Resources on Germany
- The New Berlin: Memory, Politics, Place
Karen Till. Copyright 2005.
- The Bells in Their Silence: Travels Through Germany
Michael Edward Gorra. Copyright 2004.
- Germany: Lonely Planet
Andrea Schulte-Peevers. Copyright 2004.
- Frommer's Portable Berlin (electronic resource)
Darwin Porter. Copyright 2004. 3rd ed.
- Germany: A New History
Hagen Schulze. Copyright 1998.
- Travel the World: Germany (videorecording)
Rick Steves. Copyright 1997.
- Berlitz Basic German (sound recording)
Berlitz Publishing Company. Copyright 1996.
- German: Level One (sound recording)
Henry Raymond. Copyright 1990.
- The Brothers Grimm: From Enchanted Forests to the Modern World
Jack David Zipes. Copyright 2003.
- Reminiscences and Reflections: A Youth in Germany
Golo Mann. Copyright 1990.
- The Queen's Mirror: Fairy Tales by German Women, 1780-1900
Shawn C. Jarvis. Copyright 2001.
- Media and the Making of Modern Germany: Mass Communications, Society, and Politics From the Empire to the Third Reich
Corey Ross. Copyright 2008
- Protest Politics in Germany: Movements of the Left and Right since the 1960's
Roger Karapin. Copyright 2007
- Being Jewish in New Germany
Jeffery Peck. Copyright 2006.
- Pop Culture Germany! Media, Arts, and Lifestyle
Catherine C. Frasier. Copyrigth 2006.
- Listenning Awry: Music and Alterity in German Culture
David Schwartz. Copyright 2006.
- Spirit and System: Media, Intelectuals and the Dialectic in Modern German Culture
Dominic Boyer. Copyright 2005.
All resources can be found in the Warren Wilson Library.
Students in the WorldWide course LIB 377: Rediscovering Fairy Tales compiled a list of the following websites dealing with German language and culture.