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The History of Everyday Life:
Reconstructing Historical Experiences and Ways of Life
Edited by Alf Lüdtke
Translated by William Templer

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Foreword
Ch. 1Introduction: What Is the History of Everyday Life and Who Are Its Practitioners?3
Ch. 2"Missionaries in the Rowboat"? Ethnological Ways of Knowing as a Challenge to Social History41
Ch. 3Mentalities, Ideologies, Discourses: On the "Third Level" as a Theme in Social-Historical Research72
Ch. 4Have We Come Any Closer to Alltag? Everyday Reality and Workers' Lives as an Object of Historical Research in the German Democratic Republic116
Ch. 5The History of Everyday Life and Gender Relations: On Historical and Historiographical Relationships149
Ch. 6Popular Culture and Workers' Culture as Symbolic Orders: Comments on the Debate about the History of Culture and Everyday Life169
Ch. 7What Happened to the "Fiery Red Glow"? Workers' Experiences and German Fascism198
Ch. 8Zeroing in on Change: In Search of Popular Experience in the Industrial Province in the German Democratic Republic252
Glossary of Selected Terms and Abbreviations313
Contributors317

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