Your Homeland Is Our Nightmare — An Antifascist Essay Collection

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What does it mean to be asked to justify or defend your alleged ‘homeland’ or your family’s religious affiliation after every perceived crisis? After the NSU scandal, how much trust can we still place in the security apparatus of the German state? How does racism impact gender and sexuality?

This book is a manifesto against Heimat. In fourteen personal essays, contemporary authors provide insight on their daily lives, extending a mirror to German society to reflect its lived realities: a country that markets itself as a model for progressive democracy while simultaneously designating a segment of its population as Other—perpetually failing to protect or value their lives.

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English translations of the essays were originally published on Transit: A Journal of Travel, Migration, and Multiculturalism in the German-speaking World by UC Berkeley’s TRANSIT Journal. © 2019 by Ullstein Buchverlage GmbH, Berlin, published by Ullstein fünf Verlag.

Authors:

Fatma Aydemir
Simone Dede Ayivi
Max Czollek
Olga Grjasnowa
Enrico Ippolito
Sharon Dodua Otoo
Sasha Marianna Salzmann
Reyhan Şahin
Mithu Sanyal
Nadia Shehadeh
Margarete Stokowski
Deniz Utlu
Hengameh Yaghoobifarah
Vina Yun

Translators:

Jon Cho-Polizzi
Thomas Benjamin Fuhr
Allison García
Wojtek Gornicki
Adrienne Merritt
Michael Sandberg
Be Schierenberg
Lou Silhol-Macher
Elizabeth Sun
Jonas Teupert
Didem Uca

Cover:
Tandis Shoushtary

size: 14 cm x 19 cm, 208 pages
thread stitching / lacquer finish
ISBN: 978-3-949362-01-9
1. edition: 1000 copies
ET: 13.12.2022

printed in Germany

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