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.


Once We Were Strangers: A German Immigrant Family in the Nineteenth-Century Midwest, by Roberta Reb Allen. University Press of Kansas, March 2024.


The Journals of the Moravian Mission to Georgia, 1734-1737: From Hernnhut to Savannah, edited by Achim Kopp and John Thomas Scott. Rowman & Littlefield, 2023.

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)