Jennifer L. Allen

Photo of Jennifer L. AllenPhoto | Annette Hornischer, American Academy in BerlinJennifer L. Allen is Associate Professor of History at Yale University. Her work, which focuses on the cultural history of modern Germany, has been supported by the American Academy in Berlin, the Volkswagen and Mellon foundations, and the Institut für Zeitgeschichte in Munich.

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Cover: Sustainable Utopias: The Art and Politics of Hope in GermanySustainable Utopias: The Art and Politics of Hope in GermanyAllen, Jennifer L.HARDCOVER03/22/2022$39.95
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