The Nazification of an academic discipline : folklore in the Third Reich /
edited and translated by James R. Dow and Hannjost Lixfeld.
Bloomington : Indiana University Press, c1994.
xx, 354 p. : ill.
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Bloomington : Indiana University Press, c1994.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Table of Contents
Folklore and National Socialism: Questions for Further Investigationp. 1
Nazi Folk Ideology and Folk Researchp. 11
The Mythos of Germanic Continuityp. 34
". . . but when does the prewar begin?": Folklore and Fascism before and around 1933p. 55
Nazi Conceptions of Culture and the Erasure of Jewish Folklorep. 69
Folk-National Work during the Third Reichp. 87
The Weigel Symbol Archive and the Ideology of National Socialist Folklorep. 97
Eugen Fehrle and "The Mythos of Our Folk"p. 112
The Battle for the "Ostmark": Nazi Folklore in Austriap. 135
Folklore at the Universities of Graz and Salzburg at the Time of the Nazi Takeoverp. 156
The Office of Ancestral Inheritance and Folklore Scholarshipp. 189
Confronting National Socialism in the Folklore of the German Democratic Republicp. 247
Epilogue: Overcoming the Past of National Socialistic Folklorep. 264
Translations, Terminology, and Abbreviationsp. 297
Bibliographyp. 308
Contributorsp. 346
Name Indexp. 348
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