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Johannes von Moltke

Johannes von Moltke is a Professor of German and of Film, Television, and Media at the University of Michigan. He is the author of The Curious Humanist: Siegfried Kracauer in America and a coeditor of Last Letters: The Prison Correspondence, 1944–1945, by Freya and Helmuth James von Moltke. (November 2023)

Embracing Anonymity

Embracing Anonymity

The critic and novelist Siegfried Kracauer returned repeatedly to anonymity as a theme in his work, and a new biography insists on his desire for anonymity in his life as well.

Ginster

by Siegfried Kracauer, translated from the German by Carl Skoggard, with an afterword by Johannes von Moltke

Kracauer: A Biography

by Jörg Später, translated from the German by Daniel Steuer

Selected Writings on Media, Propaganda, and Political Communication

by Siegfried Kracauer, edited by Jaeho Kang, Graeme Gilloch, and John Abromeit

Theodor W. Adorno and Siegfried Kracauer: Correspondence 1923–1966

edited by Wolfgang Schopf, translated from the German by Susan Reynolds and Michael Winkler

November 23, 2023 issue

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