JOURNAL FOR THE STUDY OF
BRITISH CULTURES
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Alphabetical Index of Articles and Reviews

Articles:
  • Achilles, Jochen / Horst W. Drescher / Christopher Harvie, ‘The Study of the British Regions from Germany’ (Vol. 2, 2/95, 201-217) 
  • Anon., ‘Filmography: Titles and Directors’ (Vol. 5, 2/98, 215-22) 
  • Bartosch, Roman, 'Scaling the City: Urban Environments and Transcultural Consciousness in Zadie Smith's NW and Ian McEwan's Saturday' (Vol. 22, 1/2015, 73-88)
  • Bassnett, Susan / Gisela Ecker, ‘Editorial: Masculinities’ (Vol. 3, No. 2/96, 99-102) 
  • Bassnett, Susan / Gisela Ecker, ‘Editorial’ (Vol. 6, 2/99, 119-21)
  • Bassnett, Susan, ‘Teaching British Cultural Studies: Reflections on the Why and the How’ (Vol. 1, 1/94, 63-74) 
  • Bassnett, Susan, ‘What Exactly Is the Everyday?’ (Vol. 6, 2/99, 185-94)
  • Bell, Bill, 'Reading between the Lines. Literature on the Western Front 1914-1918' (Vol. 14, 1/2007, 9-19)
  • Bennett, Peter, ‘Britpop and National Identity’ (Vol. 5, 1/98, 13-25) 
  • Bennett, Peter, 'Tilting at Wind Farms' (Vol. 22, 1/2015, 11-24)
  • Berg, Sebastian, 'Locating the Political in Cultural Studies' (Vol. 20, 1/2013)
  • Berg, Sebastian, 'Is Poverty the 'New Black'? The Class Dimension of 'Nation' in Contemporary British and Irish Political Discourse' (Vol. 21, 1/2014, 63-78)
  • Berg, Sebastian, & Christian Schmitt-Kilb, 'Introduction' (Vol. 22, 1/2015, 3-10)
  • Black, Jeremy, '’Documentary Culture and the Historian: A Brief Statement (Vol. 17, 1/2010, 13)
  • Bode, Christoph, ‘Putting the Lake District on the (Mental) Map: William Wordsworth’s Guide to the Lakes’ (Vol. 4, Nos. 1-2/97, 95-111) 
  • Boehm, Katharina, 'Popular Antiquities: Romantic Antiquarianism and the Historicisation of Merry England' (Vol. 23, 1/2016, 57-74)
  • Böhm-Schnitker, Nadine, ‘From Public Opinion to the Big Society: Modulations of Surveillance in the (Neo‑)Nineteenth Century’ (Vol.19, 1/2012)
  • Böhm-Schnitker, Nadine, 'There Is No Such Thing As Political Memory!?: The Iron Lady (2011) as 'Psycho-geography'' (Vol. 20, 2/2013, 125-140)
  • Bolze, Hanne, 'Climate Change and the Novel: Maggie Gee's The Ice People and Robert Edric's Salvage' (Vol. 22, 1/2015, 59-72)
  • Bort, Eberhard, ‘Staging the Troubles: Civil Conflict and Drama in Northern Ireland’ (Vol. 2, 2/95, 141-160) 
  • Bristow, Joseph, ‘“Irresolutions, Anxieties, and Contradictions”: Ambivalent Trends in the Study of Masculinity’ (Vol. 3, No. 2/96, 165-180) 
  • Broich, Ulrich, ‘British Cultural Studies as a Challenge to Eng. Lit.’ (Vol. 1, 1/94, 21-34) 
  • Brosch, Renate, 'The Conversation Piece. A Model for the Representation of the Family' (Vol. 9, 2/2002, 197-208)
  • Bruce, Steve, '"We Don't Do God": The Long Divorce of Religion and National Identity in Britain 1832-2008' (Vol. 16, 2/2009, 117-129)
  • Brusberg-Kiermeier, Stefani, 'Deprived and Frail Men in Victorian Fiction' (Vol. 21, 1/2014, 27-46)
  • Bünger, Iris, ‘“Off With Her Talking Head”: The Construction of the Subject “Princess Diana” by British Newspapers’ (Vol. 5, 1/98, 41-54) 
  • Burleigh, Peter and Andrea Ochsner, ‘British Culture and Topographies of Resistance Cross-dressing in Narrative Fiction and Photography’ (Vol. 17, 2/2010, 145)
  • Busch, Alexandra, ‘Writings on Masculinity: A Select Bibliography’ (Vol. 3, No. 2/96, 181-192) 
  • Byrne, David, ‘Dispossession and Disempowerment: Cultural Voids after the End of Industry’ (Vol. 7, 2/2000, 129-39)
  • Byrne, Eleanor, ‘See(k)ing in the Dark: Looking at White People in Black British Cinema’ (Vol. 5, 2/98, 171-80) 
  • Callahan, Kathy, 'Women, Crime and Economic Hardship in London at the End of the Long Eighteenth Century' (Vol. 21, 1/2014, 11-26)
  • Carter Wood, John, ‘Reading Spaces and Reading Violence in Nineteenth-Century Britain’ (Vol. 17, 2/2010, 133)
  • Cass, Eddie, ‘Manchester, a New City? The Role of Urban Heritage and the Arts in a City Revival’ (Vol. 3, 1/96, 45-58) 
  • Caughie, John, ‘A Culture of Adaptation: Adaptation and the Past in British Film and Television’ (Vol. 5, 1/98, 55-66) 
  • Chill, Adam, ‘Ireland Forever! Irish Boxers and Britishness in the early Nineteenth Century’ (Vol. 18, 1/2011, 15)
  • Christinidis, Georgia, 'Our Island Story. Renegotiating National History' (Vol. 22, 2/2015, 209-26)
  • Church Gibson, Pamela, 'The Deification of the Dolly Bird: Selling Swinging London, Fuelling Feminism' (Vol. 14, 2/07, 99-111) 
  • Coneskin, Becky, 'Lee Miller s WWII Reporting for British Vogue' (Vol. 14, 2/07, 151-162) 
  • Coward, Rosalind, ‘Diana Memorabilia: Gender and Taste in Contemporary Britain’ (Vol. 6, 2/99, 167-74)
  • D’Arcy, Chantal, ‘Cultural Studies or the Study of British Culture(s): The Personal, the Political and the Academic’ (Vol. 6, 1/99, 71-84) 
  • Dawson, Graham, ‘Stars of Empire: Victorian Soldier Heroes and Boyhood Masculinities’ (Vol. 3, No. 2/96, 117-131) 
  • Diller, Hans-Jürgen, ‘Thatcher in Bruges: A Study in Euro-rhetoric’ (Vol. 1, 2/94, 93-109) 
  • Döring, Tobias, ‘Discovering the Mother Country: The Empire Travels Back’ (Vol. 4, Nos. 1-2/97, 181-201) 
  • Drexler, Peter, ‘Editorial: British Cinema’ (Vol. 5, 2/98, 107-10) 
  • Drexler, Peter, 'Editorial: Work - Leisure - Identity' (Vol. 7, 2/2000, 93-4)
  • Dunst, Alexander / Elahe Haschemi Yekani / Anja Schwarz, 'The Here and Now of Cultural Studies' (Vol. 21, 2/2014, 195-222)
  • Ebel, Kerstin, ‘Everyday Life Underground: Aspects of Culture on London’s Tube’ (Vol. 6, 2/99, 123-36)
  • Ecker, Gisela, ‘Cultural Studies and Feminism: Some Notes on the Present Situation’ (Vol. 1, 1/94, 35-47) 
  • Emig, Rainer, 'The Family - a Sitcom?' (Vol. 9, 2/2002, 149-157)
  • Emig, Rainer, 'Institutionalising Violence, Destruction and Suffering. Pitfalls, Paradoxes and Possibilities of War Museums in Britain' (Vol. 14, 1/2007, 53-64)
  • Emig, Rainer, ‘Lost PIaces – Productive Spaces?’ (Vol. 17, 2/2010, 173)
  • Emig, Rainer, 'Cultural Studies and Literary Studies: A Troubled Relation' (Vol. 20, 1/2013)
  • Emig, Rainer, 'Introduction' (Vol. 22, 2/2015, 141-6)
  • Enkemann, Jürgen, ‘Globalization, Sense of Place and Questions of Identity: British Film in the 1990s’ (Vol. 5, 2/98, 111-27) 
  • Erll, Astrid, 'The Great War Remembered. The Rhetoric of Collective Memory in Ford Madox Ford's Parade's End and Arnold Zweig's Der Streit um den Sergeanten Grischa' (Vol. 10, 1/2003, 49-75)
  • Falkenhayner, Nicole, 'CCTV Beyond Surveillance. The Cultural Relevance of the Surveillance Camera and Its Images in Contemporary Britain' (Vol. 23, 2/2016, 157-168)
  • Feldmann, Doris, ‘Economic and/as Aesthetic Constructions of Britishness in Eighteenth-Century Domestic Travel Writing’ (Vol. 4, Nos. 1-2/97, 31-45) 
  • Feldmann, Doris & Christian Krug, 'The ‘Popular’ and the Past: Popular Cultures of the Nineteenth Century' (Vol. 23, 1/2016, 3-10)
  • Fink, Janet, 'Private Lives, Public Issues. Moral Panics and 'the Family' in 20th-Century Britain' (Vol. 9, 2/2002, 135-148)
  • Fink, Janet, & Helen Loman, 'Challenging Images? Dominant, Residual and Emergent Meanings in On-Line Media Representations of Child Poverty' (Vol. 21, 1/2014, 79-96)
  • Finlay, Richard J., 'The Scottish National Party: A Party Trapped by the Past?' (Vol. 7, 1/2000, 19-28)
  • Frank, Michael C., ‘It Could Happen Here: The What-If Logic of Counterterrorism and the Literary Imagination’ (Vol.19, 2/2012)
  • Frank, Sybille, ‘From England to the World: Ethnic, National and Gender-Based Stereotyping in Professional Football’ (Vol. 18, 1/2011, 69)
  • Frankel, M.A., ‘Editorial: European Perspectives’ (Vol. 6, 1/99, 3-7)
  • Frenk, Joachim, 'Freedom Filtered: On Internet Censorship in the UK' (Vol. 15, 2/2008, 171-182)
  • Frenk, Joachim, 'Punch’s (and Judy’s) Material Performances' (Vol. 23, 1/2016, 25-40)
  • Frenk, Joachim, 'Smashing Crockery. Undisciplined Tableware in Alice-Books' (Vol. 8, 2/2001, 193-218)
  • Frenzel, Sonja, '"Overall, this is a massive organism": Discovering London at the Intersections of Nature and (Urban) Culture' (Vol. 22, 1/2015, 89-104)
  • Friedl, Bettina, 'Appearances. The Cultural Significance of Clothes in Henry James s Early Short Fiction' (Vol. 14, 2/07, 125-137) 
  • Funk, Wolfgang, ‘A Time to Die: Debates on Euthanasia in British Culture’ (Vol. 18, 2/2011, 121)
  • Funk, Wolfgang, 'Chips from a German Workshop. Friedrich Max Müller’s Translation of Ideas between Germany and Britain' (Vol. 22, 2/2015, 177-88)
  • Gardiner, Michael, 'The British Reliance on Identity' (Vol. 20, 2/2013, 99-114)
  • Ghose, Indira / Manfred Pfister, ‘Still Going Strong: The Loneliness of the Long-Distance Traveller in Victorian and Modern Travel Writing’ (Vol. 3, No. 2/96, 149-164) 
  • Ghose, Indira, ‘The Fictive Stranger: Oliver Goldsmith’s The Citizen of the World and Robert Southey’s Letters From England’ (Vol. 4, Nos. 1-2/97, 47-61) 
  • Glazzard, Andrew, ‘"That Horrid Science": Fictional Representations of Terrorism in an Age of Scientific Anxiety’ (Vol.19, 2/2012)
  • Godiwala, Dimple, 'Invention/Hybridity/Identity: British Asian Culture and Its Post-colonial Theatres' (Vol. 8, 1/2001, 41-55)
  • Goetsch, Paul, ‘North and South in Victorian Fiction’ (Vol. 3, 1/96, 15-29) 
  • Gohrisch, Jana & Gesa Stedman, 'Editorial' (Vol. 9, 2/2002, 131-133)
  • Gohrisch, Jana, ‘"Indifferent Differences": Everyday Life in Jane Austen’s Emma’ (Vol. 6, 2/99, 153-66)
  • Gohrisch, Jana, 'The Cultural Construction of Happiness and Contentment in Mid-19th-Century Non-Fiction' (Vol. 9, 2/2002, 173-184)
  • Göttlich, Udo, 'Media and Communication Science in Germany and its (Inter)relations with Media and Cultural Studies' (Vol. 20, 1/2013)
  • Grabes, Herbert, 'Canon Making and Cultural Memory. The Creation of 'English Literature' through the Writing of Literary Histories' (Vol. 10, 1/2003, 11-25)
  • Green, Michael, ‘De-centred Britain: Regional Imaginaries’ (Vol. 3, 1/96, 5-14) 
  • Grünkemeier, Ellen, 'Accommodating the Poor: Poverty and Housing in Britain in the 1930s' (Vol. 21, 1/2014, 47-62)
  • Grünkemeier, Ellen, 'The Cultural Practice of Saint Monday: A Self-Made Holiday for the Working Classes in Industrial England' (Vol. 21, 2/2014, 139-156)
  • Gunzel, Stephan, ‘On Reading Space’ (Vol. 17, 2/2010, 107)
  • Habermann, Ina, ‘Imagining Otherness in the 16th and 17th Centuries: A Conference Report’ (Vol. 6, 1/99, 95-6) 
  • Habermann, Ina, 'Introduction' (Vol. 20, 2/2013, 91-98)
  • Harbisher, Ben, ‘The Bureaucratization of Dissent: Public Order and Protest in Modern Britain’ (Vol.19, 1/2012)
  • Harvie, Christopher, ‘A Letter to the Scottish Minister of State’ (Vol. 2, 2/95, 107-114) 
  • Harvie, Christopher, 'Scotland Goes to the Polls: Election Campaigning and Cabinet-Making' (Vol. 7, 1/2000, 9-18)
  • Henke, Christoph, 'Remembering Selves, Constructing Selves. Memory and Identity in Contemporary British Fiction' (Vol. 10, 1/2003, 77-100)
  • Hoerder, Dirk, ‘Cultural Studies: Problems and Approaches’ (Vol. 2, 1/95, 75-80) 
  • Hofmeister, Frauke, ‘Forgetting the Disturbance? Places Commemorating Terrorist Attacks in Contemporary Britain’ (Vol.19, 2/2012)
  • Hofmeister, Frauke, 'A Fatal Attraction? Europe and the Failure of the English Regions' (Vol. 20, 2/2013, 141-154)
  • Huck, Christian, ‘Football Documentaries: Creativity v Actuality/Liveness (Vol. 18, 1/2011, 41)
  • Huck, Christian, 'Fashioning Society' (Vol. 14, 2/07, 89-98) 
  • Huck, Christian, 'Postmaterial Britishness: Playing Football Like a Gentleman' (Vol. 15, 1/2008, 25-41)
  • Huggan, Graham, 'Is the "Post-" in "Postsecular" the "Post-" in "Postcolonial"?' (Vol. 16, 2/2009, 165-177)
  • Humphrey, Richard, 'Museumizing the Museum. The Museum Culture of Postmodern Britain in Historico-Cultural Perspective' (Vol. 10, 1/2003, 101-124)
  • Kamm, Jürgen and Richard Kilborn, ‘Editorial’ (Vol. 17, 1/2010, 3)
  • Kamm, Jürgen, ‘The City and the Country: A Conference Report’ (Vol. 3, 1/96, 73-78) 
  • Kamm, Jürgen, 'Architectural Readings. Victorian Controversies on Building, Meaning, and the Nation' (Vol. 9, 1/2002, 5-25)
  • Kastendiek, Hans, ‘British and American Studies, Proposals for a Comparative Landeskunde Approach’ (Vol. 1, 1/94, 9-19) 
  • Kastendiek, Hans, and Richard Stinshoff, 'Editorial' (Vol. 7, 1/2000, 3-7)
  • Keown, Michelle, 'The Cultural Politics of English as a World Language. A Conference Report' (Vol. 8, 2/2001, 219-220)
  • Kilian, Eveline, ‘Culture, the Politics of Inclusion and their Spatial Dimensions: London's South Bank’ (Vol. 17, 2/2010, 117)
  • Kirchhofer, Anton & Richard Stinshoff, 'Introduction' (Vol. 16, 2/2009, 107-116)
  • Kläger, Florian, 'Insularity, Invasion and Identity. ‘European’ National Genesis in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-century English Historiography' (Vol. 22, 2/2015, 159-76)
  • Klaus, Gustav H. & Christian Schmitt-Kilb, 'Editorial' (Vol. 14, 1/2007, 3-7)
  • Klaus, Gustav H., ‘Foregrounding the Kitchen: Everyday Domestic Life in Painting and Drama’ (Vol. 6, 2/99, 137-51)
  • Klaus, H. Gustav, 'Remembering Stuart Hall (1932-2014) or, How Cultural Studies Came to Germany: A Personal Memoir' (Vol. 22, 1/2015, 105-114)
  • Klein, Bernhard, ‘Constructing the Space of the Nation: Geography, Maps, and the Discovery of Britain in the Early Modern Period’ (Vol. 4, Nos. 1-2/97, 11-29) 
  • Klein, Bernhard, ‘English Cartographers and the Mapping of Ireland in the Early Modern Period’ (Vol. 2, 2/95, 115-139) 
  • Klippel, Friederike, ‘Cultural Aspects in Foreign Language Teaching’ (Vol. 1, 1/94, 49-61) 
  • Kneale, James, ‘Surveying Pubs, Cities and Unfit Lives: Governmentality, Drink and Space in Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century Britain’ (Vol.19, 1/2012)
  • Koch, Gertrud, ‘National Identity in the Age of Global Media’ (Vol. 5, 1/98, 5-12) 
  • Kohl, Stephan, ‘Imagining the Country as “The Country” in the 1830s: William Cobbett, William Howitt, William Turner’ (Vol. 4, Nos. 1-2/97, 113-127) 
  • Kohl, Stephan, ‘Thatcher’s London in Contemporary English Novels’ (Vol. 1, 2/94, 123-132) 
  • Korf, Elena / Irina Romanova, ‘British Studies in Russia: Making Waves?’ (Vol. 6, 1/99, 61-69) 
  • Korte, Barbara and Jochen Petzold, 'Censorship in Britain: Then and Now' (Vol. 15, 2/2008, 97-108)
  • Korte, Barbara, 'Blacks and Asians at War for Britain. Reconceptualisations in the Filmic and Literary Field?' (Vol. 14, 1/2007, 29-39)
  • Kramer, Jürgen & Bernd Lenz, ‘Introduction: Representing Terrorism’ (Vol.19, 2/2012)
  • Kramer, Jürgen / Bernd Lenz, ‘Editorial: German Perspectives of the Study of British Cultures’ (Vol. 1, 1/94, 3-7) 
  • Kramer, Jürgen / Bernd Lenz, ‘Editorial: Positions, Polemics, Proposals’ (Vol. 2, 1/95, 3-4) 
  • Kramer, Jürgen, ‘Editorial: Thatcherism’ (Vol. 1, 2/94, 89-92) 
  • Kramer, Jürgen, ‘Lying as Surviving in Heart of Darkness: Colonial Masculinity in Conrad’s Novella’ (Vol. 3, No. 2/96, 133-147) 
  • Kramer, Jürgen, 'Editorial' (Vol. 9, 1/2002, 3-4)
  • Kramer, Jürgen, 'The 'Long' Nineteenth Century (1789-1914). A Sample Chapter of A Very Short History of the British Isles' (Vol. 9, 1/2002, 27-50)
  • Kramer, Jürgen, 'Finding Common Ground, Making Common Cause: Proposals for the Advancement of Anglophone Cultural Studies in Germany' (Vol. 21, 2/2014, 123-133)
  • Krämer, Lucia, ‘Faultlines of Cinematic Voyeurism: CCTV in Andrea Arnold’s Red Road (2006)’ (Vol.19, 1/2012)
  • Krause, Michael, ‘Beyond Nineteen Eighty-Four:Contemporary Surveillance Narratives in England’ (Vol.19, 1/2012)
  • Krause, Michael, ‘The Public Death of James Bulger: Images as Evidence in a Popular Tale of Good and Evil’ (Vol. 18, 2/2011, 133)
  • Krewani, Angela, ‘Soapy Desire: The Housewife in Television and Media Studies’ (Vol. 6, 2/99, 175-84)
  • Kuczynski, Ingrid, ‘A Discourse of Patriots: The Penetration of the Scottish Highlands’ (Vol. 4, Nos. 1-2/97, 73-93) 
  • Kushner, Tony, Anglo-Jewish Museology and Heritage, 1887 to the Present’ (Vol. 16, 1/09, 11-25) 
  • Lahme, Rainer, ‘Consensus and Conflict: Margaret Thatcher and the Trade Unions’ (Vol. 1, 2/94, 111-122) 
  • Lange, Bernd Peter / Dirk Wiemann, 'Transcultural Britain: An Introduction' (Vol. 15, 1/2008, 3-10)
  • Lange, Bernd-Peter, 'Babus, Brown Sahibs, Migrants: Avatars of British Asian Culture' (Vol. 8, 1/2001, 7-18)
  • Lange, Bernd-Peter, 'Editorial' (Vol. 8, 1/2001, 5-6)
  • Lenz, Bernd, ' "This Scept'red Isle". Britain's Insular Mentality, Interculture and the Channel Tunnel' (Vol. 9, 1/2002, 51-67)
  • Lenz, Bernd / Gesa Stedman, 'Introduction: Cultural Studies and Its Discontents: Polemics, Perspectives and Proposals' (Vol. 21, 2/2014, 115-122)
  • Lenz, Christian, ‘Excuse Me, Has This Life Been Taken? Zombies, Hoodies and Permissible Killing in Contemporary British Horror Cinema’ (Vol. 18, 2/2011, 163)
  • Lewis, Jane, 'Family Change and Family Politics in the UK' (Vol. 9, 2/2002, 209-222)
  • Lindner, Oliver, 'Introduction' (Vol. 23, 2/2016, 95-99)
  • Lindsay, Isobel, 'Anglo-Scottish Stereotypes: Popular Perceptions of National Identity' (Vol. 7, 1/2000, 51-60)
  • Ling, Weesie, 'Chinese Dress in The World of Suzie Wong. How the Cheongsam Became Sexy, Exotic, Servile' (Vol. 14, 2/07, 139-149) 
  • Löffler, Marion, ‘The Welsh Language in Wales: Public Gain and Private Grief?’ (Vol. 2, 2/95, 187-200) 
  • Lohmeier, Christine, ‘Whose Queen Is She Anyway`: Documenting the British Royal Family for a German Audience’ (Vol. 17, 1/2010, 59)
  • Maassen, Irmgard, 'Whoring, Scolding, Gadding About. Threats to Family Order in Early Modern Conduct Literature' (Vol. 9, 2/2002, 159-171)
  • Mackay, Hugh, 'Obituary Stuart Hall' (Vol. 21, 1/2014, 9-10)
  • Mackay, Hugh, 'Uses of Cultural Studies: Stuart Hall's Project and Cultural Politics' (Vol. 21. 2/2014, 177-194)
  • MacLeod, Douglas, ‘Germany Calling Scotland: The Buro Concordia and Scottish Nationalism in World War II’ (Vol. 2, 2/95, 173-185) 
  • Mahnke, Iris, 'Indian Artists in London - the New Crown Jewels?' (Vol. 8, 1/2001, 31-39)
  • McArthur, Colin, ‘Artists and Philistines: The Irish and Scottish Film Milieux’ (Vol. 5, 2/98, 143-53) 
  • McArthur, Colin, ‘Scotland and the Braveheart Effect’ (Vol. 5, 1/98, 27-39) 
  • McCrone, David, 'Being British: Changing National and State Identities in Scotland and Wales' (Vol. 7, 1/2000, 39-49)
  • Mentese, Oya Batum, ‘The Experience of British Cultural Studies in Turkey’ (Vol. 6, 1/99, 85-94)
  • Mersmann, Arndt, ' "Diamonds Are Forever" - Appropriations of the Koh-i-Noor. An Object Biography' (Vol. 8, 2/2001, 175- 191)
  • Modood, Tariq, 'Multicultural Equality, Liberal Citizenship and Secularism' (Vol. 16, 2/2009, 131-150) 
  • Mooney, Gerry, 'Introduction' (Vol. 21, 1/2014, 3-8)
  • Moss, Sarah, 'Sea Changes: A Conference Report' (Vol. 7, 2/2000, 169-70)
  • Müller, Klaus-Peter, ‘Facts and Fictions in Cultural Studies: The Cohesive Paradoxical Agency of Value and Meaning’ (Vol. 2, 1/95, 43-59) 
  • Müller, Sabine, 'Questioning the "insuperable line": Strategies of Non-Differentiation in Animal Rights Philosophy and Advocacy in Britain's Past and Present' (Vol. 22, 1/2015, 41-58)
  • Müller-Wood, Anja, ‘Introduction: How Powerful is Big Brother?’ (Vol.19, 1/2012)
  • Neumann, Birgit, ‘Screening Terrorism, the IRA and the “Troubles”: Gender Politics and the Politics of Terrorism in Neil Jordan's The Crying Game’ (Vol.19, 2/2012)
  • Noetzel, Thomas, ‘Political Decadence? Aspects of Thatcherite Englishness’ (Vol. 1, 2/94, 133-147) 
  • Nováková, Sona / Judith Elliott, ‘The Prague-matic Approach: Teaching British Studies at Charles University’ (Vol. 6, 1/99, 9-17) 
  • Nünning, Ansgar, 'Editorial. New Directions in the Study of Individual and Cultural Memory and Memorial Cultures' (Vol. 10, 1/2003, 3-9)
  • Nünning, Ansgar, 'Historicizing British Cultural Studies. Patriotic Xenophobia and the Rhetoric of National Character in Eighteenth-century British Literature' (Vol. 9, 1/2002, 69-93)
  • Nünning, Vera, ‘From “Honour” to “Honest”: The Inventions of the (Superiority of the) Middling Ranks in Eighteenth-Century England’ (Vol. 2, 1/95, 19-41)
  • Nünning, Vera, 'A 'Usable Past'. Fictions of Memory and British National Identity' (Vol. 10, 1/2003, 27-48)
  • O'Sullivan, Emer, 'Jenny and Abigail on the Rocks: Censorship and Children's Literature in Britain' (Vol. 15, 2/2008, 109-120)
  • Pagetti, Carlo, ‘British Cultural Studies in Italy’ (Vol. 6, 1/99, 39-47)
  • Pandurang, Mala, 'Self-discovery and Re-assertion: Post-immigrant Issues in the Novels of British Asian Women Writers' (Vol. 8, 1/2001, 19-30)
  • Pankratz, Anette and Claus-Ulrich Viol, ‘Introduction: Birth, Death and Culture’ (Vol. 18, 2/2011, 99)
  • Petzold, Jochen, ’"Play up! play up! and play the game!" The Militarization of Cricket in Victorian Boys' Magazines’ (Vol. 18, 1/2011, 27)
  • Pfister, Manfred, ‘“Writing the Obituaries”: An Interview With Patrick Wright’ (Vol. 4, Nos. 1-2/97, 203-228) 
  • Pfister, Manfred, ‘Editorial: The Discovery of Britain’ (Vol. 4, Nos. 1-2/97, 5-9)
  • Pirker, Eva Ulrike, 'A Discourse Oppressed? The Representation of Deaths in British Police Custody' (Vol. 15, 2/2008, 147-158) 
  • Piskurek, Cyprian, ‘Sing When You're Standing: Football Chants and the State of Fan Culture’ (Vol. 18, 1/2011, 57)
  • Pleßke, Nora, 'HMY Britannia: The Spatial Semantics of the Royal Yacht' (Vol. 20, 2/2013, 171-188)
  • Quadflieg, Helga, ‘Across Borders, Beyond Borders: Perspectives of a Multicultural Society’ (Vol. 1, 2/94, 149-172)
  • Rasmussen, Jan Rahbek, ‘In Defence of Society: An Historian Reflects on British Studies’ (Vol. 6, 1/99, 19-27)
  • Révauger, Jean-Paul, ‘Broadening the Scope of British Studies: The French Experience’ (Vol. 6, 1/99, 29-37) 
  • Richter, Eliza, 'Early Modern Definitions of Englishness and Continental Other  in William Haughton’s Englishmen for My Money (1598)' (Vol. 22, 2/2015, 147-58)
  • Riedel, Wolfgang, ‘Cultural Studies: Positions and Oppositions’ (Vol. 2, 1/95, 61-73) 
  • Riedel, Wolfgang, ‘Nature - Landscape - Environment: A Conference Report’ (Vol. 5, 2/98, 223-5) 
  • Rodenberg, Hans Peter, ‘Bridging the Abyss: Neil Jordan, the Irishman in British Hollywood’ (Vol. 5, 2/98, 155-70) 
  • Rolinson, Dave, 'A Documentary of Last Resort: The Case of Shoot to Kill' (Vol. 17, 1/2010, 47)
  • Rosador, Kurt Tetzeli von, 'Editorial' (Vol. 8, 2/2001, 115-120)
  • Rosenberg, Ingrid von, 'Changing Attitudes to Unemployment: The 19980s and 1990s in Contrast to the 1930s' (Vol. 7, 2/2000, 111-27)
  • Rosenberg, Ingrid von, 'Transformations of Western Icons in Black British Art' (Vol. 15, 1/2008, 59-74)
  • Rosenberg, Ingrid von, 'Speaking for Themselves: Documents of Working-Class Women’s Lives from the Twentieth Century' (Vol. 17, 1/2010, 17)
  • Rosenberg, Ingrid von, 'Uneven Flows. Relations between Central European and British Architecture in the 1930s and since the 1980s' (Vol. 22, 2/2015, 189-208)
  • Ross, Frances, 'Unpicking the Cultural Threads of Change in England. The African and the West Indian Migrant Design Influence on Tailoring' (Vol. 14, 2/07, 113-123) 
  • Rossow, Holger, 'Doing Cultural Studies and the Need for Interdisciplinarity: Towards an Interaction-Oriented Model of Cultural Studies' (Vol. 21, 2/2014, 157-176)
  • Schabert, Ina, 'Bourgeois Counter-Art. Dolls in Victorian Culture' (Vol. 8, 2/2001, 121-135)
  • Schaff, Barabara, 'Killing Fields and Poppy Fields: Towards a Topography of the Western Front in the British Cultural Memory' (Vol. 20, 2/2013, 155-170)
  • Schenkel, Elmar, ‘Editorial: Regional Cultures: The Difference Within’ (Vol. 3, 1/96, 3-4) 
  • Schenkel, Elmar, ‘Essaying the Region: W.H. Hudson and the Regional Essay’ (Vol. 3, 1/96, 59-72) 
  • Schlaeger, Jürgen, ‘Literature and National Identity’ (Vol. 5, 1/98, 67-80) 
  • Schlaeger, Jürgen, 'Cultures and Value' (Vol. 9, 1/2002, 95-107)
  • Schmid, Susanne, ‘Exploring Multiculturalism: Bradford Jews and Bradford Pakistanis’ (Vol. 4, Nos. 1-2/97, 163-179)
  • Schmitt-Kilb, Christian, ‘Introduction’ (Vol. 18, 1/2011, 3)
  • Schnierer, Peter Paul, 'The Uses of Censorship: Coward, Orton, Ravenhill and the Decline of the Unsayable' (Vol. 15, 2/2008, 121-134) 
  • Scholz, Susanne & Martina Stange, 'Framed Subjects - Displaced Objects. Mantelpiece Decoration in Nineteenth-Century English Literature' (Vol. 8, 2/2001, 157-174)
  • Scholz, Susanne, ‘Questing for the Self: The Constitution of Masculinity in Early Modern Discourses of Discovery’ (Vol. 3, No. 2/96, 103-116) 
  • Scholz, Susanne, ‘Tales of Origins and Destination: The Uses of History in the Narrative of the Nation’ (Vol. 2, 1/95, 5-17) 
  • Schülting, Sabine, ' "Pray, Did You Ever Hear of Pears' Soap?" Soap, Dirt, and the Commodity in Victorian England' (Vol. 8, 2/2001, 137-156)
  • Schülting, Sabine, '“The O. K. thing on Sunday is walking in the Zoo”: Zoological Gardens, the Music Hall, and Popular Recreation in Victorian London (Vol. 23, 1/2016, 11-24)
  • Schüren, Rainer, ‘Teaching Different Cultures through Film: Educating Rita and My Beautiful Laundrette’ (Vol. 5, 2/98, 195-214) 
  • Schwanebeck, Wieland, 'The Womb as a Battlefield. Debating Medical Authority in the Renaissance Midwife Manual' (Vol. 23, 2/2016, 101-114)
  • Schwarzkopf, Jutta, 'Remebering Victory Without Discomfort. The Obliteration of British Women's Involvement in the Military in Official Commemorations of the Second World War' (Vol. 14, 1/2007, 41-52)
  • Schwarzkopf, Jutta, 'The Relationship of History to Cultural Studies' (Vol. 20, 1/2013)
  • Schwend, Joachim, ‘The Past as a Burden: History in the Anglo-Irish Relationship’ (Vol. 2, 2/95, 161-172) 
  • Schwend, Joachim, 'Scottishness: The Representation of a Frame of Mind' (Vol. 7, 1/2000, 29-38)
  • Sedlmayr, Gerold, '"Yeahbutnobutyeahbut": The Dismantling of Britishness in Little Britain' (Vol. 15, 1/2008, 11-24)
  • Seeber, Hans Ulrich, ‘Edward Thomas and the Discovery of England’ (Vol. 4, Nos. 1-2/97, 145-162)
  • Seidl, Monika, '"Merely a Place in Which to Eat and Sleep"? Bringing the War Home in Michael Powell's and Emeric Pressburger's Second World War Films' (Vol. 14, 1/2007, 21-28)
  • Singer, Christoph, ‘Surveillance and the Web 2.0: Re-Presentation of the British Self in the Panoptic Gaze (Vol. 17, 2/2010, 159)
  • Singer, Christoph, 'The Temporalities of Waiting in Paul Graham’s Photo Series Beyond Caring' (Vol. 23, 2/2016, 129-142)
  • Slawek, Tadeusz, ‘A Culture of Permanence and a Culture of Season: British Cultural Studies - University Curriculum - Politics’ (Vol. 6, 1/99, 49-59)
  • Stähler, Axel, ‘Metonymies of Jewish Postcoloniality: The British Mandate for Palestine and Israel in Contemporary British Jewish Fiction’ (Vol. 16, 1/09, 27-40)
  • Stedman, Gesa, 'Editorial: Cultural Studies. State of the Art' (Vol. 20, 1/2013)
  • Steel, John, 'Press Censorship in Britain: Blurring the Boundaries of Formal Censorship' (Vol. 15, 2/2008, 159-170) 
  • Stein, Mark, 'Undoing the Empire: Work and Leisure in the Gallery of Trade and Empire' (Vol. 7, 2/2000, 153-67)
  • Steller, Jonatan Jalle, 'Reading Conflicted Heroism. The Doctor as Maker in Steven Moffat’s Doctor Who' (Vol. 23, 2/2016, 143-156)
  • Sternberg, Claudia, 'British Jewish Cinema and the Diasporic Imagination: Crosscultural Encounters in the Films of Paul Morrison' (Vol. 16, 1/2009, 57-72)
  • Sternberg, Claudia, 'Introduction' (Vol. 16, 1/2009, 3-10)
  • Stinshoff, Richard, ‘British OR Cultural Studies - British AND Cultural Studies?: A Conference Report’ (Vol. 2, 1/95, 81-87) 
  • Stolz, Klaus, 'The European Myth in Scotland and the Scottish Model in Europe' (Vol. 7, 1/2000, 61-73)
  • Stratmann, Gerd / Kirsten Wächter, ‘Representations of British National Identities in the Media: A Conference Report’ (Vol. 5, 1/98, 81-82) 
  • Stratmann, Gerd, ‘Editorial: National Identities’ (Vol. 5, 1/98, 3) 
  • Stratmann, Gerd, ‘Life, Death, and the City: The Discovery of London in the Early Eighteenth Century’ (Vol. 4, Nos. 1-2/97, 63-72) 
  • Stratmann, Gerd, ‘Nobody's Child, Everybody's Child: Discourses of Illegitimacy in Eighteenth-Century England’ (Vol. 18, 2/2011, 109)
  • Tegethoff, Dorothea, ‘Pregnancy and Childbirth on TV in Germany and Britain’ (Vol. 18, 2/2011, 149)
  • Tetzeli von Rosador, Kurt, ‘Into Darkest England: Discovering the Victorian Urban Poor’ (Vol. 4, Nos. 1-2/97, 129-144) 
  • Tönnies, Merle and Ina Grimm, ‘Introduction: Mapping the Field’ (Vol. 17, 2/2010, 99)
  • Tönnies, Merle, 'Consuming Pleasure: Postmodern Forms of Leisure in Contemporary Britain' (Vol. 7, 2/2000, 141-51)
  • Tönnies, Merle, 'Emulating the Empire, Demonstrating Difference or Expressing Equality? Selling and Consuming Indian Food in Britain' (Vol. 8, 1/2001, 57-71)
  • Tönnies, Merle, 'Good/Bad Girls and Their Fathers. Female Sexuality, Patriarchal Power and the Direction of the Audience's Sympathy in 19th-Century British Melodrama' (Vol. 9, 2/2002, 185-195)
  • Tönnies, Merle, 'Northern Landscapes and Anti-Thatcherite Positioning: British Colour Photography of the 1980s' (Vol. 20, 2/2013, 115-124)
  • Tucker, Judith, 'Belated Landscapes: A Second-Generation Aesthetic Practice in a British Context' (Vol. 16, 1/2009, 41-55)
  • Versteegen, Heinrich, ‘Dying with Laughter The Inherent Joke Structure of Death and Bereavement’ (Vol. 18, 2/2011, 175)
  • Versteegen, Heinrich, ‘Turbans and Balaclavas: Images of Terrorism in British Political Cartoons’ (Vol.19, 2/2012)
  • Viol, Claus-Ulrich, 'Br-Asian Overground: Marginal Mainstream, Mixing, and the Role of Memory in British Asian Popular Music' (Vol. 8, 1/2001, 73-90)
  • Voigts-Virchow, Eckart, ‘Anglian Antics: British Film Comedies of the Eighties and Nineties’ (Vol. 5, 2/98, 129-41)
  • Voigts-Virchow, Eckart, 'Gestures towards Authenticity: Michael Winterbottom’s Documentary Fiction' (Vol. 17, 1/2010, 33)
  • Voigts-Virchow, Eckart, 'Therapeutic Rape? From Censoring Plays to Censoring Display in Film and Television. The Case of Dennis Potter's Brimstone and Treacle' (Vol. 15, 2/2008, 135-146)
  • Waal, Ariane de, 'Performing the ‘Ultimate Private Act’ in Public. The Biopolitics of Breastfeeding in London' (Vol. 23, 2/2016, 169-181)
  • Wächter, Cornelia, 'Imagining the Prison Officer. The Quare Fellow' (Vol. 23, 2/2016, 115-128)
  • Wächter, Kirsten, ‘Derek Jarman - the Last Renaissance Artist’ (Vol. 5, 2/98, 181-94) 
  • Wald, Christina, 'Screening Austen's Pride and Prejudice in Transcultural Britain: Joe Wright's Little England and Gurinder Chadha's Gobal Village' (Vol. 15, 1/2008, 43-58)
  • Walter, Martin, '"At the Price of a Cappuccino"? Contemporary British Discourses of Eco-Consumerism' (Vol. 22, 1/2015, 25-40)
  • Weinmann, Georg, ‘The Death of a King: Domestic Coal in the English Regions’ (Vol. 3, 1/96, 31-43)
  • Wiemann, Dirk, 'Bashing the Bishop, The Rowan Williams Row and the Unfinished Secularisation of Britain' (Vol 16, 2/2009, 151-163)
  • Wiemann, Dirk, 'Britain at War with Itself. The Civil War Re-Enacted, Re-Appropriated and Re-Visited' (Vol. 14, 1/2007, 65-76)
  • Williamson, Bill, 'Learning the Language of the Job: Jobs and Identity in Twentieth Century Britain' (Vol. 7, 2/2000, 95-110)
  • Wise, Yaakov, 'The Rise of Strict Orthodoxy in Contemporary Anglo-Jewry and the Haredim of Manchester' (Vol. 16, 1/2009, 73-88)
  • Zoellner, Anne, ‘The Changing Face of UK Documentary Production: Commerce, Reflexivity and Professionalism (Vol. 17, 1/2010, 69)
  • Zwierlein, Anne-Julia, 'The Lecturer as Revenant(e): Sensation and Conversion in Late-Victorian Popular Lecturing and Mass Print' (Vol. 23, 1/2016, 41-56)



Books Reviewed:

  • Alibhai-Brown, Yasmin (2000), Who Do We Think We Are? Imagining the New Britain (Gerry Smyth, Vol. 8, 1/2001)
  • Ambrosini, Richard & Richard Dury (2006), Robert Louis Stevenson. Writer of Boundaries. (Jürgen Kramer, Vol. 14, 1/2007)
  • Aravamudan, Srinivas (1999), Tropicopolitans. Colonialism and Agency, 1688-1804 (Mark Stein, Vol. 9, 1/2002)
  • Assmann, Aleida (2006), Einführung in die Kulturwissenschaft. Grundbegriffe, Themen, Fragestellungen (Beate Rudlof, Vol. 15, 1/2008)
  • Attwooll, Elspeth (1997), The Tapestry of the Law. Scotland, Legal Culture and Legal Theory (Helmut Weber, Vol. 7, 1/2000)
  • Auerbach, Jeffrey A. and Peter H. Hoffenberg (2008), Britain, the Empire, and the World at the Great Exhibition of 1851 (H. Gustav Klaus, Vol. 16, 1/2009)
  • Avery, Todd (2007), Radio Modernism: Literature, Ethics, and the BBC, 1922-1938 (Peter Drexler, Vol. 14, 2/07)
  • Baird, Nicola (1998), The Estate We’re In. Who’s Driving Car Culture? (Elmar Schenkel, Vol. 6, 2/99)
  • Bal, Mieke, ed. (1999), The Practice of Cultural Analysis. Exposing Interdisciplinary Interpretation (Ina Habermann, Vol. 9, 2/2002)
  • Bannet, Eve Tavor (1993), Postcultural Theory. Critical Theory After the Marxist Paradigm (Wolfgang Riedel, Vol. 2, 1/95) 
  • Barker, Martin / Anne Breezer, eds. (1992), Reading into Cultural Studies (Gerd Stratmann, Vol. 1, 1/94) 
  • Barnard, Malcolm (1996), Fashion as Communication (Julika Griem, Vol. 5, 1/98) 
  • Barnard-Wills, David (2012), Surveillance and Identity. Discourse,Subjectivity and the State (Vol. 19, 1/2012)
  • Barnes, Julian (1995), Letters from London 1990-1995 (John Poziemski, Vol. 4, Nos. 1-2/97) 
  • Barringer, Tim & Tom Flynn, eds. (1998), Colonialism and the Object. Empire, Material Culture and the Museum (Tobias Döring)(Vol. 8, 2/2001)
  • Bassnett, Susan, ed. (1997), Studying British Cultures (Susanne Scholz, Vol. 5, 1/98) 
  • Beck, Rudolf & Konrad Schröder (2006), Handbuch der britischen Kulturgeschichte. Daten, Fakten, Hintergründe von der römischen Eroberung bis zur Gegenwart (Jürgen Kramer, Vol. 14, 2/07)
  • Berberich, Christine, ed. (2015), The Bloomsbury Introduction to Popular Fiction (Vol. 23, 2/2016)
  • Bettinger, Elfie / Julika Funk, eds. (1995), Maskeraden. Geschlechterdifferenz in der literarischen Inszenierung (Angelika Schlimmer, Vol. 3, No. 2/96) 
  • Bode, Christoph / Ulrich Broich, eds. (1998), Die Zwanziger Jahre in Großbritannien. Literatur und Gesellschaft einer spannungsreichen Dekade (Vera Nünning, Vol. 7, 2/2000)
  • Bode, Christoph, ed. (1997), West Meets East. Klassiker der britischen Orient-Reiseliteratur (Reinhold Schiffer, Vol. 5, 1/98) 
  • Boehmer, Elleke & Stephen Morton (2010), Terror and the Postcolonial (Vol. 19, 2/2012)
  • Böhm, Nadine Christina (2009), Sakrales Sehen. Strategien der Sakralisierung im Kino der Jahrtausendwende (Vol. 19, 1/2012)
  • Böhnke, Dietmar, Stefanie Brusberg·Kiermeier and Peter Drexler, eds. (2010), Victorian (Vol. 18, 1/2011)
  • Bordwell, David / Noël Carroll, eds. (1996), Post Theory. Reconstructing Film Studies (Jörg Schweinitz, Vol. 5, 2/98) 
  • Bosch, Renate, & Kylie Crane, eds. (2014), Visualising Australia: Images, Icons, Imaginations (Vol. 22, 1/2015)
  • Bramham, Peter and Stephen Wagg, eds. (2009), Sport, Leisure and Culture in the Postmodern City (Vol. 18, 1/2011)
  • Brantlinger, Patrick (1990), Crusoe’s Footprints. Cultural Studies in Britain and America (Gerd Stratmann, Vol. 1, 1/94)
  • Bredella, Lothar and Wolfgang Hallet, eds. (2007), Literaturunterricht, Kompetenzen und Bildung (Jürgen Kramer, Vol. 15, 2/2008) 
  • Brosch, Renate (2008), Victorian Visual Culture (Stephan Karschay, Vol. 16, 2/2009)
  • Bryden, Inga & Janet Floyd, eds. (1999), Domestic Space. Reading the Nineteenth-Century Interior (Ingrid von Rosenberg)(Vol. 8, 2/2001)
  • Budde, Gunilla-Friederike (1994), Auf dem Weg ins Bürgerleben. Kindheit und Erziehung in deutschen und englischen Bürgerfamilien, 1840-1914 (Peter Jelavich, Vol. 3, No. 2/96) 
  • Bundesministerium für Wissenschaft und Verkehr / Internationales Forschungszentrum Kulturwissenschaft, Wien (1999), The Contemporary Study of Culture (Reinhold Schiffer, Vol. 7, 2/2000)
  • Burden, Robert & Stephan Kohl (2006), Landscape and Englishness. (Marion Gibson, Vol. 14, 1/2007)
  • Byram, Michael, ed. (1994), Culture and Language Learning in Higher Education (Hein Versteegen, Vol. 2, 1/95) 
  • Calder, Angus (1994), Revolving Culture. Notes from the Scottish Republic (H. Gustav Klaus, Vol. 2, 2/95)
  • Carrington, Ben (2010), Race, Sport and Polities: The Sporting Black Diaspora (Vol. 18, 1/2011)
  • Chalcraft, Anna and Judith Viscardi (2007), Strawberry Hill. Horace Walpole's Gothic Castle (Christoph Heyl, Vol. 15, 2/2008)
  • Chanan, Michael (2007), The Politics of Documentary (Vol. 17, 1/2010)
  • Chapman, James (1998), The British at War. Cinema, State and Propaganda, 1939-1945 (Gerd Stratmann, Vol. 5, 2/98) 
  • Childs, Peter / Mike Storry, eds. (1997), British Cultural Identities (Gerd Stratmann, Vol. 5, 1/98) 
  • Childs, Peter / Mike Storry, eds. (1999), Encyclopedia of Contemporary British Culture (Gerd Stratmann, Vol. 7, 2/2000)
  • Christopher, David (1999), British Culture. An Introduction (Claus-Ulrich Viol, Vol. 7, 2/2000)
  • Ciglar-Zanic, Jana, et al., eds. (1998), British Cultural Studies. Cross-Cultural Challenges (Bernhard Klein, Vol. 6, 1/99) 
  • Cinque, Toija, Christopher Moore & Sean Redman, eds. (2015), Enchanting David Bowie: Space/Time/Body/Memory (Vol. 23, 2/2016)
  • Civardi, Christian (1997), Le Mouvement ouvrier écossais 1900-1931. Travail, culture, politique (H. Gustav Klaus, Vol. 7, 1/2000)
  • Clark, Robert / Piero Boitani, eds. (1993), English Studies in Transition. Essays from the ESSE Inaugural Conference (Gerd Stratmann, Vol. 2, 1/95) 
  • Collier, Patrick (2006), Modernism on Fleet Street (Jürgen Enkemann, Vol. 14, 2/07)
  • Connell, Robert (1995), Masculinities (Ilse Lenz, Vol. 3, No. 2/96) 
  • Connolly, Claire, ed. (2002), Theorizing Ireland (Bernhard Klein)(Vol. 9, 2/2002)
  • Cook, Pam (1996), Fashioning the Nation. Costume and Identity in British Cinema (Annette Kuhn, Vol. 5, 2/98) 
  • Cornwall, Andrea / Nancy Lindisfarne, eds. (1994), Dislocating Masculinity. Comparative Ethnographies (Martin Middeke, Vol. 3, No. 2/96) 
  • Crane, Ralph & Radhika Mohanram, eds. (2000), Shifting Continents / Colliding Cultures. Diaspora Writing of the Indian Continent (Cross / Cultures 42) (Gerd Stratmann)(Vol. 9, 1/2002)
  • Crinson, Mark (1996), Empire Building. Orientalism and Victorian Architecture (Reinhold Schiffer, Vol. 4, Nos. 1-2/97)
  • Cuevas, Susanne (2008), Babylon and Golden City: Representations of London in Black and Asian British Novels Since the 1990s (John Clement Ball, Vol. 15, 2/2008) 
  • Currie, C.R.J. / C.P. Lewis, eds. (1994), English County Histories. A Guide (Gerd Stratmann, Vol. 3, 1/96) 
  • Daly, Nicholas (2015),The Demographic Imagination and the Nineteenth-Century City: Paris, London, New York (Vol. 23, 1/2016)
  • Davids, Jens Ulrich / Richard Stinshoff, eds. (1996), The Past in the Present. Proceedings of the 5th Annual British and Cultural Studies Conference, Oldenburg 1994 (Ingrid von Rosenberg, Vol. 4, Nos. 1-2/97) 
  • Davies, Alistair & Alan Sinfield, eds. (2000), British Culture of the Postwar. An Introduction to Literature and Society, 1945-1999 (Bernhard Klein)(Vol. 9, 1/2002)
  • Dawson, Graham (1994), Soldier Heroes. British Adventure, Empire and the Imagining of Masculinities (Ansgar Nünning, Vol. 3, No. 2/96) 
  • Dening, Greg (2004), Beach Crossings. Voyaging Across Times, Cultures and Self. (Peter Hulme, Vol. 14, 1/2007)
  • Detmers, Ines / Birte Heidemann, eds. (2013), From Popular Goethe to Global Pop. The Idea of the West between Memory and (Dis) Empowerment (Vol. 21, 2/2014)
  • D'haen, Theo, general ed. (2002), Proceedings of the XVth Congress of the International Comparative Literature Association "Literature as Cultural Memory", Leiden 16-22 August 1997 (Astrid Erll) (Vol. 10, 1/2003)
  • Dickson, Tony, / James H. Treble, eds. (1992), People and Society in Scotland, III, 1914-1990 (Horst W. Drescher, Vol. 2, 2/95) 
  • Dohmen, Doris (1994), Das deutsche Irlandbild. Imagologische Untersuchungen zur Darstellung Irlands und der Iren in der deutschsprachigen Literatur (Eoin Burke, Vol. 2, 2/95) 
  • Döring, Tobias (2002), Caribbean-English Passages. Intertextuality in a Postcolonial Tradition (Vol. 9, 2/2002)
  • Douglas, Mary (1996), Thought Styles. Critical Essays on Good Taste (Susanne Scholz, Vol. 6, 2/99)
  • Driscoll, Lawrence (2009), Evading Class in Contemporary British Literature (Vol. 18, 2/2011)
  • During, Simon, ed. (1993), The Cultural Studies Reader (Gerd Stratmann, Vol. 1, 1/94) 
  • Dyson, Anne (1994), Britain in View (John Poziemski, Vol. 3, 1/96) 
  • Easthope, Anthony (1991), Literary into Cultural Studies (Gerd Stratmann, Vol. 1, 1/94) 
  • Easthope, Anthony (1999), Englishness and National Culture (Ingrid von Rosenberg, Vol. 7, 1/2000)
  • Ehland, Christoph (2007), Thinking Northern: Textures of Identity in the North of England (Vol. 17, 2/2010)
  • Emberley, Julia V. (1998), Venus and Furs. The Cultural Politics of Fur (Gesa Stedman)(Vol. 8, 2/2001)
  • Emig, Rainer and Antony Rowland, eds. (2010), Performing Masculinity (Vol. 18, 2/2011)
  • Falk, Pasi, and Colin Campbell, eds (1997), The Shopping Experience (Merle Tönnies, Vol. 6, 2/99)
  • Feder, Helena (2014), Ecocriticism and the Idea of Culture: Biology and the Bildungsroman (Vol. 22, 1/2015)
  • Feldmann, Doris / Christian Krug, eds. (2013), Viktorianismus.Eine literatur- und kulturwissenschaftliche Einführung (Vol. 21, 2/2014)
  • Fitter, Chris (1995), Poetry, Space, Landscape. Towards a New Theory (Wolfgang Riedel, Vol. 5, 1/98) 
  • Fleming, Dan, ed. (2001), Formations. A 21st Century Media Studies Textbook (Ellen Risholm)(Vol. 9, 2/2002)
  • Flotow, Dorothea (2006), Told in Gallant Stories. Erinnerungsbilder des Krieges in britischen Kinder- und Jugendromanen 1870-1939 (Wiebke Logemann, Vol. 15, 1/2008)
  • Fludernik, Monika, ed. (1998), Hybridity and Postcolonialism. Twentieth-Century Indian Literature (Klaus Börner, Vol. 8, 1/2001)
  • Forbes, Jill / Michael Kelly, eds. (1995), French Cultural Studies. An Introduction (Hans-Jürgen Lüsebrink, Vol. 6, 1/99)
  • Forgacs, David / Robert Lumley, eds. (1996), Italian Cultural Studies. An Introduction (Ernst Ulrich Große, Vol. 6, 1/99)
  • Fox, Broderick (2009), Documentary Media: History, Theory, Practice (Vol. 17, 1/2010)
  • Frey, Walter, ed. (1996), Land and Freedom. Ken Loachs ‘Geschichte aus der spanischen Revolution’ (H. Gustav Klaus, Vol. 5, 2/98) 
  • Friedmann, Lester, ed. (1993), British Cinema and Thatcherism. Fires Were Started (David Rankin, Vol. 1, 2/94) 
  • Gamble, Andrew (1994), The Free Economy and the Strong State. The Politics of Thatcherism (Gerd Stratmann, Vol. 1, 2/94)
  • Garner, Ross P., Melissa Beattie and Una McCormack, eds. (2010), Impossible Worlds, Impossible Things: Cultural Perspeetives on Doctor Who, Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures (Vol. 18, 1/2011)
  • Garrard, Greg, ed. (2014), The Oxford Handbook of Ecocriticism (Vol. 22, 1/2015)
  • Gavriliu, Eugenia (1996), English Culture in the Romanian Countries, 1790-1850 (Florin Manolescu, Vol. 6, 1/99)
  • Geelhoed, E. Bruce, with the assistance of James F. Hobbs (1992), Margaret Thatcher. In Victory and Downfall, 1987 and 1990 (Günther Lottes, Vol. 1, 2/94) 
  • Gelder, Ken / Sarah Thornton, eds. (1997), The Subcultures Reader (Bernd-Peter Lange, Vol. 5, 1/98) 
  • Gervais, David (1993), Literary Englands. Versions of ‘Englishness’ in Modern Writing (Ute Berns, Vol. 4, Nos. 1-2/97) 
  • Ghuman, Paul A. Singh (1999), Asian Adolescents in the West (Sabine Hornberg, Vol. 8, 1/2001)
  • Gittings, Christopher E., ed. (1996), Imperialism and Gender. Constructions of Masculinity (Willy Maley, Vol. 3, No. 2/96) 
  • Gohrisch, Jana & Ellen Grünkemeier, eds. (2012), Listening to Africa: Anglophone African Literatures and Cultures (Vol 20, 1/2013)
  • Gold, John R. / Stephen V. Ward, eds. (1994), Place Promotion. The Use of Publicity and Marketing to Sell Towns and Regions (Peter M. Townroe, Vol. 3, 1/96)
  • González, Rosa, ed. (1996), Culture and Power. Institutions (H. Gustav Klaus, Vol. 6, 1/99)
  • Graham, Helen / Jo Labanyi, eds. (1995), Spanish Cultural Studies. An Introduction. The Struggle for Modernity (Hugh O’Donnell, Vol. 6, 1/99) 
  • Gray, Anne / Jim McGuigan, eds. (1993), Studying Culture. An Introductory Reader (Gerd Stratmann, Vol. 2, 1/95) 
  • Greiner, Norbert & Felix Sprang (2011), Lesarten des Terrorismus (Vol. 19, 2/2012)
  • Griffiths, Sian, and Jennifer Wallace, eds (1998), Consuming Passions. Food in the Age of Anxiety (Hein Versteegen, Vol. 6, 2/99)
  • Grossberg, Lawrence / Cary Nelson / Paula A. Treichler, eds. (1992), Cultural Studies (Gerd Stratmann, Vol. 1, 1/94)
  • Grünkemeier, Ellen (2013), Breaking the Silence. South African Representations of HIV/AIDS (Vol. 21, 1/2014)
  • Gruss, Susanne (2009), The Pleasure of the Feminist Text: Reading Michèle Roberts and Angela Carter (Vol. 19, 1/2012)
  • Habermann, Ina (2010), Myth, Memory and the Middlebrow: Priestley, du Maurier and the Symbolic Form of Englishness (Vol. 17, 2/2010)
  • Hallet, Wolfgang and Ansgar Nünning (2007), Neue Ansätze und Konzepte der Literatur- und Kulturdidaktik (Jürgen Kramer, Vol. 15, 2/2008) 
  • Hallet, Wolfgang and Birgit Neumann (2009), Raum und Bewegung in der Literatur: Die Literaturwissenschaften und der Spatial Turn (Vol. 17, 2/2010)
  • Hand, Felicity / Chantal Cornut-Gentille D’Arcy, eds. (1995), Culture and Power (H. Gustav Klaus, Vol. 6, 1/99)
  • Hansen, Klaus P. (1995), Kultur und Kulturwissenschaft. Eine Einführung (Kurt Tetzeli von Rosador, Vol. 4, Nos. 1-2/97) 
  • Hardt, Michael, and Antonio Negri (2000), Empire (Dirk Wiemann) (Vol. 8, 1/2001)
  • Harrison, Richard T. / Mark Hart, eds. (1993), Spatial Policy in a Divided Nation (Heinz Zielinski, Vol. 2, 2/95) 
  • Harvie, Christopher (1994), The Rise of Regional Europe (Roland Sturm, Vol. 2, 2/95) 
  • Haughton, Graham / David Whitney, eds. (1994), Reinventing a Region. Restructuring in West Yorkshire (Anne E. Green, Vol. 3, 1/96) 
  • Hertel, Ralf (2014), Staging England in the Elizabethan History Play. Performing National Identity (Vol. 21, 2/2014)
  • Highways, Victorian Byways: New Approaches to Nineteenth-Century British Literature and Culture (Vol. 18, 1/2011)
  • Higson, Andrew, ed. (1996), Dissolving Views. Key Writings on British Cinema (Paul Davies, Vol. 5, 2/98) 
  • Hili, Jeffrey (2010), Sport in History: An Introduction (Vol. 18, 1/2011)
  • Hoesterey, Ingeborg (2001), Pastiche. Cultural Memory in Art, Film, Literature (Birgit Neumann) (Vol. 10, 1/2003)
  • Hoggart, Richard (1994), Townscape With Figures. Farnham - Portrait of an English Town (H. Gustav Klaus, Vol. 3, 1/96) 
  • Hollows, Joanne (2000), Feminism, Femininity and Popular Culture (Anna Maria Stuby, Vol. 7, 2/2000)
  • Horrocks, Roger (1994), Masculinity in Crisis. Myths, Fantasies, & Realities (Franc Donohoe, Vol. 3, 2/96) 
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