Dueling students : conflict, masculinity, and politics in German universities, 1890-1914
Source:Social history, popular culture, and politics in Germany, University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, p.296 (2011)
Call Number:Cubb LA729 .Z89 2011
Keywords:College students--Germany--Societies, College students--Political activity--Germany--History--19th century, College students--Political activity--Germany--History--20th century, etc.--History--19th century, etc.--History--20th century
Contents: Students: the intellectual aristocracy of the German nation -- Performing German student life: the duel, the honor code, and the fraternities -- The Burschenschaft, fraternity traditions, and reform within German student life -- The liberal "free students" -- Segregation or integration?: Jewish students at German universities -- The limits of antisemitism at German universities -- The alternative elite: Catholic fraternities and associations -- Playing politics: the academic Kulturkampf -- Conclusion: students and politics at German universities -- Appendix: statistics on the student federations from 1913.