1. The Colossal and Grotesque: The Aesthetics of German Orientalism in Kant and Hegel Nick Germana.- .2. Goethe and Gunderrode: German Poetic Readings of Indian Fatalism Dorothy Figueira.- .3. "Rescuing" and Raising Basket Babies: Chinese Foundling Girls, Female Infantcide and German Missionary Gender Role Contestation (1850s - 1914) Julia Stone.- .4. Picturing Labor: Gender, German Ethnography and Anti-Colonial Reforms in the Philippines Marissa Petrou.- .5. From Submission to Subversion? The Aidaoyuan Boarding School for Chinese Girls in Qingdao, 1904-1914 Lydia Gerber.- .6. Indo-German Contact through the lens of Gender: Three cases of Anti-imperialist Miscegenatioan: Dr. Zahir Husein, Virendrenath "Chatto" Chattopadhyaya, and S. C. Bose Douglas T. McGetchin.- .7. The Liberating Masculinity of Goethe's Werther and Its Repercussion in Modern China Arnhilt Johanna Hoefle.- .8. German-Jewish Women in Wartime Shanghai and Their Encounters with the Chinese Joanne Miyang Cho.- .9. The Gendered Migration Experience: South Korean Nurses in West Germany" Suin Roberts.- .10. Sakuntala in the GDR: Gender Dynamics in Vijaya Mehta's Leipzig Production of Kalidasa's Play Joerg Esleben.-. 11. Woman as an East-West Constant: Patriarchal Continuities in Works by Mori Ogai and Yoko Tawada Lee M. Roberts.- .12. Victims of Traffic in Women, Marriage Migrants and Community Formation: A History of Migration of Thai Women to Germany Pataya Ruenkaew.- .13. From Contract Workers to Entrepreneurs: Gender and Work among Transnational Vietnamese in East and Reunited Germany Gertrud Huwelmeier.
Joanne Miyang Cho is Professor and chair of History at William Paterson University of New Jersey, USA. She is co-editor of Transcultural Encounters between Germany and India (2014), Germany and China (2014), and Transnational Encounters between Germany and Japan (2016). She is currently co-editing German-Korean relations. She is co-editor of Palgrave Series in Asian German Studies. Douglas T. McGetchin is Associate Professor of History at Florida Atlantic University, USA where he studies transnational connections between Modern Germany and South Asia. His publications include Indology, Indomania, and Orientalism (2009) and several edited volumes (2004, 2014) on German-Indian connections. He is a recipient of Nehru-Fulbright and German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) grants.