- Title Pages
- 1 For a Tentative Spatial Theory of the Third Reich
- 2 Holocaust Spaces
- 3 In Service of Empire: Geographers at Berlin’s University between Colonial Studies and Ostforschung (Eastern Research)
- 4 The East as Historical Imagination and the Germanization Policies of the Third Reich
- 5 Race contra Space: The Conflict between German Geopolitik and National Socialism
- 6 Back Breeding the Aurochs: The Heck Brothers, National Socialism, and Imagined Geographies for Non-Human Lebensraum
- 7 National Socialism and the Politics of Calculation
- 8 Applied Geography and Area Research in Nazi Society: Central Place Theory and Planning, 1933–1945
- 9 A Morality Tale of Two Location Theorists in Hitler’s Germany: Walter Christaller and August Lösch
- 10 Social Engineering, National Demography, and Political Economy in Nazi Germany: Gottfried Feder and His New Town Concept
- 11 Nazi Biopolitics and the Dark Geographies of the Selva
- 12 Geographies of Ghettoization: Absences, Presences, and Boundaries
- 13 Spaces of Engagement and the Geographies of Obligation: Responses to the Holocaust
- 14 Hello Darkness: Envoi and Caveat
- 15 The Interruption of Witnessing: Relations of Distance and Proximity in Claude Lanzmann’s Shoah
- 16 A Mobile Holocaust? Rethinking Testimony with Cultural Geography
- 17 What Remains? Sites of Deportation in Contemporary European Daily Life: The Case of Drancy
- Contributor Biographies
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