The following are recent books on German-American topics by members of the SGAS. If you have written, edited, or translated such a monograph in the last three years, let us know.
Deutsche und weitere germanische Sprachminderheiten in Lateinamerika: Grundlagen, Methoden, Fallstudien, edited by Patrick Wolf-Farré, Lucas Löff Machado, Angélica Prediger, and Sebastian Kürschner. Peter Lang, 2023.
Radikale Beziehungen: Die Briefkorrespondenz der Mathilde Franziska Anneke zur Zeit des amerikanischen Bürgerkriegs, edited by Viktorija Bilic and Alison Clark Efford. Franz Steiner, 2023.
The Missouri Home Guard: Protecting the Home Front during the Great War, by Petra DeWitt. University of Missouri Press, December 2022.
The Verticalization Model of Language Shift: The Great Change in American Communities, edited by Joshua R. Brown. Oxford University Press, October 2022.
Hessians: German Soldiers in the American Revolutionary War, by Friederike Baer. Oxford University Press, May 2022.
Comanches, Captives, and Germans: Wilhelm Friedrich’s Drawings from the Texas Frontier, by Daniel J. Gelo, C.B. “Hoppy” Hopkins, Christopher J. Wickham, and Bryden E. Moon. State House Press (Kerrville, TX), 2022.
Germans in America: A Concise History, by Walter D. Kamphoefner. Rowman & Littlefield, November 2021.
En apoyo de Darwin, by Fritz Müller. Introduction and edited by Sandra Rebok. Editorial Universidad de Granada, March 2021. (in Spanish)
Das Arkansas Echo: A Year in the Life of Germans in the Nineteenth-Century South, by Kathleen Condray. The University of Arkansas Press, November 2020.
Gustav Struve: Turner, Demokrat, Emigrant, by Clemens Rehm and Annette R. Hofmann, Verlag Regionalliteratur, October 2020.
The Word in the Wilderness: Popular Piety and the Manuscript Arts in Early Pennsylvania, by Alexander Ames. Pennsylvania State University Press, June, 2020.
Cincinnati, Ohio: “The El Dorado of the German Emigrant” Writings about the Queen of the West, by Friedrich Gerstäcker, translation and forward by Don Heinrich Tolzmann. NCSA Literatur, January 2020.
Stopping the Trains to Auschwitz: Budapest, 1944, by Frank Baron. Kansas Jayhawk Ink, 2020. A documentary film Stopping the Trains to Auschwitz is is available on Youtube. Producer Frank Baron. 2020.