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  1. C. Koonz, Agency, Gender, and Race in Nazi Germany, in Gender Politics and Mass Dictatorships: Between Mobilization and Liberation, Korean edition (I can't read the name of the Press), edited by Jie-Hyun Lim and Karen Petrone (Fall, 2010), pp. 61-91, Blackwell will release English ed on Jan 11, 2011, http://bookshop.blackwell.co.uk/jsp/id/Gender_Politics_and_Mass_Dictatorship/9780230242043#synopsis, ISBN 9788958623052  [abs]
  2. C. Koonz, What Can a Document Tell Us?, edited by David Scrace (2010), Center for Holocaust Studies, University of Vermont (..)
  3. C. Koonz, Hijab: A Word in Motion, in Words in Motion: Toward a Global Lexicon, edited by Anna Tsing and Carol Gluck (2009), Duke University Press, ISBN [ISBN13 978-0-8223-4536-7] [books.php3]
  4. C. Koonz, NEBENSTRANG UND HAUPTSTRÖMUNG:, in Geschlecht in moderner deutschen Geschichte, edited by Karen Hagemann and Jean H. Quataert (2008), Campus, Frankfurt a.M., ISBN 3 593 38 3829
  5. C. Koonz, A Tributary and a Mainstream: Gender, Public Memory, and the Historiography of Nazi Germany, in Gendering Modern German History, edited by Karen Hagemann and Jean H. Quataert (2008), pp. 147-168, Berghahn, Oxford and New York, ISBN 9 781845 45 2070 (www.berghahnbooks.com.)
  6. C. Koonz, THE QUEST FOR A RESPECTABLE RACISM:, edited by Dan Diner, Simon Dubnow Jahrbuch (Winter, 2007), ISBN 9783525369333
  7. Claudia Koonz,, Unmasking Multiculturalism: Muslim Memoirs Probe the Limits of Tolerance, Berlin Journal, vol. 12 no. spring, 2006 (Spring, 2006), pp. 5-8 [pdf]  [abs]
  8. The Nazi Conscience (2003), Belknap: Harvard University Press [catalog.php]  [abs] [author's comments]
  9. More Masculine Man. More Feminine Women: the Iconography of Racial Hatred in Nazi Popular Culture, in Landscaping the Human Garden, edited by Amir Wiener and Norman Naimark (2003), Stanford University Press
  10. Claudia Koonz,, More Masculine Men. More Feminine Women. Gender and Race in Nazi Popular Culture, Idea (Japanese Language) (2003)
  11. The Facist Answer to the Women Question, in Germany, Italy, France and Spain, in Becoming Visible Women in European History, 3rd Edition, edited by Bridenthal, Wiesener, Stuard (1998), Boston: Houghton-Mifflin
  12. War and Remembrance [sound recording] (1994), R.T.P. [i.e. Research Triangle Park], NC : National Humanities Center
  13. Becoming Visible : Women in European History, edited by C. Koonz with Renate Bridenthal and Susan Stuard (1987), Boston : Houghton Mifflin
  14. Mothers in the Fatherland : Women, the Family, and Nazi Politics (1987), New York : St. Martin's Press (translated into French, German, and Japanese.)

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