List of Illustrations Acknowledgements Introduction: Making, Experiencing and Managing Difference in a Changing Germany Jan-Jonathan Bock and Sharon Macdonald PART I: MAKING GERMANS AND NON-GERMANS Chapter 1. Language as Battleground: 'Speaking' the Nation, Lingual Citizenship and Diversity Management in Postunification Germany Uli Linke Chapter 2. Diversity and Unity - Political and Conceptual Answers to Experiences of Differences and Diversities in Germany Friedrich Heckmann Chapter 3. Jews, Muslims and the Ritual Male Circumcision Debate: Religious Diversity and Social Inclusion in Germany Goekce Yurdakul PART II: POTENTIAL FOR CHANGE Chapter 4. Islam, Vernacular Culture and Creativity in Stuttgart Petra Kuppinger Chapter 5. 'Neukoelln is where I live; it's now there I'm from'. Children of Migrants Navigating Belonging in a Rapidly Changing Urban Space in Berlin Carola Tize and Ria Reis Chapter 6. The Post-Migrant Paradigm Naika Foroutan PART III: REFUGEE ENCOUNTERS Chapter 7. New Year's Eve, Sexual Violence and Moral Panics: Ruptures and Continuities in Germany's Integration Regime Kira Kosnick Chapter 8. Solidarity with Refugees: Negotiations of Proximity and Memory Serhat Karakayali Chapter 9. Negotiating Cultural Difference in Dresden's Pegida Movement and Berlin's Refugee Church Jan-Jonathan Bock PART IV: NEW INITIATIVES AND DIRECTIONS Chapter 10. Interstitial Agents: Negotiating Migration and Diversity in Theatre Jonas Tinius Chapter 11. Articulating a Noncitizen Politics: Nation-State Pity versus Democratic Inclusion Damani J Partridge Chapter 12. The Refugees-Welcome Movement: A New Form of Political Action Werner Schiffauer Concluding Reflection: Refugee Futures and the Politics of Belonging Sharon Macdonald Bibliograhpy Index
Jan-Jonathan Bock is Programme Director at Cumberland Lodge, Windsor, United Kingdom. His publications include Austerity, Community Action and the Future of Citizenship in Europe (2018), co-edited with Shana Cohen and Christina Fuhr.Sharon Macdonald is Alexander von Humboldt Professor of Social Anthropology at the Institute of European Ethnology, Humboldt-Universitat Berlin. She founded and directs the Centre for Anthropological Research on Museums and Heritage (CARMAH), as well as its major project Making Differences - Transforming Museums and Heritage in the 21st Century.
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