- Title Pages
- An Unexpected Alliance
- German Immigrants and African Americans in Charleston, South Carolina, 1850–1880
- Louis Douglas and the Weimar Reception of Harlemania
- Race in the Reich
- Field Trip into the Twilight
- Love across the Color Line
- The Erotics of African American Endurance, Or: On the Right Side of History?
- “Nazi Jim Crow”
- A Raisin in the East
- Ollie Harrington
- Exploding Hitler and Americanizing Germany
- Reconstructing “America”
- Germans and African Americans
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