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In this introduction to the volume, we provide a critical overview of postsecondary diversity and decolonization discourses. Our aim is to show how these discourses have come to be integrated in discussions and debates on curriculum formation and the state of the field of German Studies over the course of the discipline’s recent history.
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For more information see Garcia-Navarro and Soufan ( 2019).
For an overview of the history of German Studies in Canada, see the work of John L. Plews and Barbara Schmenk ( 2013).
For an overview of the history of one of the major journals in German Studies, The German Studies Review, see Amanda Randall ( 2016).
This volume is an intervention in the scholarly discourse, which centers diversity and decolonization in German Studies. A number of other such scholarly interventions are forthcoming. See, for example the work of Regine Criser and Suzuko Knott ( 2019).
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- Introduction: Diversity and Decolonization in German Studies
- Chapter 1