About the Author
Dr. Marion E.P. de Ras is a Faculty member in the Education Department at the University of Applied Sciences Amsterdam and an affiliated member of the Cornelia Goethe Center at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University Frankfurt am Main. She is also a freelance academic and writer. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and at http://hva.academia.edu/MarionEPdeRas.
Table of Contents
Introduction: Wanderlust, Femininity and Germanness 1. Mobility, Emancipation and Ideology 2. Gender and Sexuality, Engendering the German Nation 3. Gender and Body, Embodying the German Nation 4. Girls in the Alt Wandervogel (AWV), the EV leagues and the Deutsche Freischar 5. The Deutsche Mädchen Wanderbund (DMWB) 6. The Jung Wandervogel (JWV) and the Female Settlements Schwarzerden and Loheland 7. Girls in the Jungnationaler Bund (Junabu) 8. Conclusions: Wanderlust, Femininity and Germanness