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3. Culture
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Overview: Forging an Empire: Bismarckian Germany, 1866-1890   |   1. Demographic and Economic Development   |   2. Society   |   3. Culture   |   4. Religion, Education, Social Welfare   |   5. Politics I: Forging an Empire   |   6. Military and International Relations   |   7. Politics II: Parties and Political Mobilization

Further Reading: Culture

Joachim Köhler, Richard Wagner: The Last of the Titans, trans. Stewart Spencer, New Haven, Conn., 2004.

Clayton Koelb and Eric Downing, eds., German Literature of the Nineteenth Century, 1832-1899, Rochester, NY, 2005 (Camden House History of Germany, vol. 9).

Robin J. Lenman, Artists and Society in Germany, 1850-1914, Manchester, 1997; orig. German ed. as Die Kunst, die Macht und das Geld. Zur Kulturgeschichte des kaiserlichen Deutschland 1871-1918, Frankfurt a.M. and New York, 1994.

Beth Irwin Lewis, Art for All? The Collision of Modern Art and the Public in Late Nineteenth-Century Germany, Princeton, 2003.

Vernon Lidtke, The Alternative Culture: Socialist Labor in Imperial Germany, Oxford and New York, 1985.

Walter Pape, ed., 1870/71-1989/90: German Unifications and the Change of Literary Discourse, Berlin and New York, 1993.

Peter Paret, Art as History: Episodes in the Culture and Politics of Nineteenth-Century Germany, Princeton, 1988.

Joachim Remak, The Gentle Critic: Theodor Fontane and German Politics, 1848-1898, Syracuse, 1964.

Katherine Roper, German Encounters with Modernity: Novels of Imperial Berlin, Atlantic Highlands, N.J., 1991.

Ronald Speirs and John Breuilly, eds., Germany’s Two Unifications: Anticipations, Experiences, Responses, Basingstoke, 2005.

George S. Williamson, The Longing for Myth in Germany: Religion and Aesthetic Culture from Romanticism to Nietzsche, Chicago, 2004.

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