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Interactive Digital Humanities Database

"German Refugee Rabbis in the United States, 1933-1990" (DFG funded project): http://mira.geschichte.lmu.de/

Books

Cornelia Wilhelm, Pioneers of a New Jewish Identity: The Independent Orders B’nai B’rith and True Sisters,1843-1914 Wayne State University Press, Detroit, MI, 2011.

Cornelia Wilhelm, The Last Generation of the German Rabbinate: German Refugee Rabbis in the United States, 1933-2010, Bloomington: Indiana University Press, forthcoming.

Cornelia Wilhelm, Deutsche Juden in Amerika: Bürgerliches Selbstbewusstsein und jüdische Identität in den Orden B’nai B’rith und Treue Schwestern, 1843-1914 (Transatlantische Historische Studien 30), Stuttgart: Steiner Verlag, 2007.

Cornelia Wilhelm, German Jews in the United States: A Guide to Archival Collections. Washington, DC: GHI, 2008.

Cornelia Wilhelm, "Bewegung oder Verein?" Nationalsozialistische Volkstumspolitik in den USA 1933-1945 (Transatlantische Historische Studien 9). Stuttgart: Steiner Verlag, 1998.

Translation and Edition

Terry, Jack und Alicia Nitecki, "Jakubs Welt" [a holocaust survivor's memoir, mainly dealing with the experience in the German concentration camp of Flossenbürg, Bavaria], translated, commented and edited by Cornelia Wilhelm, München: Bayerische Landeszentrale für politische Bildungsarbeit: April 2005.

Edited Volumes

Cornelia Wilhelm (guest editor), European Judaism 54 (2021): The Synagogue and the Legacies of the Holocaust: the German Refugee Rabbis and Cantors.

Cornelia Wilhelm, ed., Migration, Memory and Diversity: Germany from 1945 to the Present, New York: Berghahn Books, 2017.

Cornelia Wilhelm und Tobias Grill (guest editors): "The German Rabbinate Abroad", Leo Baeck International Yearbook 57 (2012).

Cornelia Wilhelm und Tobias Grill (guest editors): "The German Rabbinate Abroad", European Judaism 45 (2012).

Cornelia Wilhelm and Christian Wiese, eds., American Jewry: Transcending the European Experience? London: Bloomsbury, 2016.

Marc Lee Raphael and Cornelia Wilhelm, eds., America-From Near and Far: Varieties of American Experience, Williamsburg: Department of Religious Studies, College of Wm. and Mary, 2007.

Edited Volumes in Series New Perspectives on Modern Jewish History
(DeGruyter, Berlin/Boston)

Arieli, Roni, Remembering the Holocaust in Apartheid South Africa, Berlin: De Gruyter-Oldenbourg, 2022..

Schippers, Hans, The Westerweel Group: Non-conformist Resistance against Nazi-Germany, Berlin: De Gruyter-Oldenbourg, forthcoming in 2018.

Grill, Tobias, Germans and Jews in Eastern Europe, Berlin: De Gruyter-Oldenbourg, 2018.

Krah, Markus, American Jewry and the Re-Invention of the East European Jewish Past, Berlin: De Gruyter-Oldenbourg, 2017.

Goldstein, Jonathan, Jewish Identities in East and Southeast Asia, Berlin: DeGruyter, 2015.

Raim, Edith, Nazi Crimes against Jews and German Post-War Justice: The West German Judicial System During Allied Occupation (1945–1949), Berlin: De Gruyter, 2014.

Segev, Zohar, The World Jewish Congress during the Holocaust, Berlin and Boston: De Gruyter, 2014.

Tamar Lewinsky, East European Jews in Switzerland, New Perspectives on Modern Jewish History 5, Berlin: De Gruyter, 2013.

Anton Hieke, Jewish Identity in the Reconstruction South, New Perspectives on Modern Jewish History 4, Berlin: De Gruyter, 2013.

Eber, Irene, Wartime Shanghai and the Jewish Refugees from Central Europe, (New Perspectives on Modern Jewish History 1), Berlin and Boston: De Gruyter, 2012.

Fine, David, Jewish Integration in the German Army in the First World War, (New Perspectives on Modern Jewish History 2), Berlin and Boston: De Gruyter, 2012.

Articles in Academic Journals or Anthologies

Cornelia Wilhelm, "Saved by the Seminary: German Refugee Rabbis' Careers during and after the Holocaust - a Transnational Perspective", Scholars at Risk: History and Politics of the Protection of Endangered Scholars, edited by Leyla Dakhli (Centre March Bloch, Berlin), Pascale Laborier (Université Paris Nanterre), Frank Wolff, (IMIS, Osnabrück University), Osnabrück: Springer VS, forthcoming 2022.

Cornelia Wilhelm, "German Refugee Rabbis in the United States and the Formation of “the Last Generation of the German Rabbinate" European Judaism 54 (2021): 6-26.

Cornelia Wilhelm, "Introduction," European Judaism 54 (2021): 1-5.

Cornelia Wilhelm, "From Community and Place to Network and Space: The Transnational Dimension of Immigration in American Jewish History", American Jewish History 101 (2017): 545-551.

Cornelia Wilhelm, "Introduction", Migration, Memory and Diversity in Germany, in: Contemporary European History, New York: Berghahn Books: New York, 2017, 1-11.

Cornelia Wilhelm, "Unequal Opportunities: The Independent Order B'nai B'rith in 19th century Germany and in the United States," American Jewry: Transcending the European Experience? London: Bloomsbury, 2016, 125-135.

Cornelia Wilhelm, "Diversity in Germany: A historical perspective" German Politics and Society 31 (2013), 13-29.

Cornelia Wilhelm and Tobias Grill: "German Rabbis Abroad as Cultural Agents?" European Judaism 45 (2012): 2-7.

Cornelia Wilhelm and Tobias Grill, "The German Rabbinate Abroad", Leo Baeck Institute Yearbook 57 (2012):1-6.

Cornelia Wilhelm, "German Refugee Rabbis in the United States", European Judaism 45 (2012): 78-89.

Cornelia Wilhelm, "'Der entschiedenste Reformer unter Bayerns Rabbinern'", Bernd Mayer und Frank Piontek, (Hg.), Jüdisches Bayreuth, Bayreuth: Ellwanger 2010, 91-96.

Cornelia Wilhelm, "An Ambivalent Relationship: Isaac M. Wise and the B'nai B'rith" Jonathan Sarna, Pamela Nadell and Lance Sussman (eds.), New Essays in American Jewish History,
Festschrift for the American Jewish Archives at 60, Cincinnati, 155–173, Cincinnati: American Jewish Archives/KTAV, 2010, 155-173.

Cornelia Wilhelm, "Die Emigration der fränkischen Juden im 19. Jahrhundert nach Amerika", Michael Brenner und Daniela Eisenstein (ed.), Juden in Franken, München: Oldenbourg 2012, 169-180.

Cornelia Wilhelm, "America as 'the West'", Marc L. Raphael and Cornelia Wilhelm, eds., America-From Near and Far: Varieties of American Experience, Department of Religious Studies, College of William and Mary: Williamsburg,VA, 2007, 89-98.

Simone Lässig und Cornelia Wilhelm, "German Jews in the United States: A Guide to Research Resources", Bulletin of the GHI 39, Fall 2006, 101-105.

Cornelia Wilhelm, "Gemeinschaft in der Moderne – Jüdische Solidarität im Unabhängigen Orden B'nai B'rith", C.v.Braun/W.Gräb/J. Zachhuber (Hrsg.), Säkularisierung. Bilanz und Perspektiven, Münster: LIT 2006, 129-138.

Cornelia Wilhelm, "Der amerikanische Cowboy, 1840-1900: Die sozialgeschichtliche Realität und Bedeutung eines amerikanischen Helden", in Reinhard Jakob (Hrsg.), Cowboy und Hirtamadl. Hirten zwischen Texas und Dünzelbach (Jexhof Hefte 22), Fürstenfeldbruck 2006, 11-21.

Cornelia Wilhelm, "Durch die Liebe zur neuen Weiblichkeit? Jüdische Freimaurerinnen in Chicago" Tales of Two Cities, Münster: Lit, 2006, 139-150.

Cornelia Wilhelm, "Juden und Freimaurer? – Wesen, Genese und Selbstverständnis des Unabhängigen Orden B’nai B’rith als erster jüdischer Orden, 1843 – 1914", Internationale Zeitschrift für Freimaurerforschung 13 (2005): 49-77.

Cornelia Wilhelm, "Auswanderung aus Bayern und Einwanderung in Nordamerika im Spiegel der Gesetze, 1683-2003", in: Hamm, Margot, Michael Henker, Evamaria Brockhoff (Hrsg.), Good Bye Bayern, Grüß Gott America, Auswanderung aus Bayern nach Amerika seit 1683, Augsburg: Haus der Bayerischen Geschichte, 37- 42.

Cornelia Wilhelm, "Die alliierte Entnazifizierungspolitik als Modell?" in: H. Möller, M. Kittel, J. Pesek, und O. Tuma (Hrsg.), Deutschsprachige Minderheiten 1945. Ein europäischer Vergleich, in German and Czech language, München/Prag: Oldenbourg, 2006, 347-371.

Cornelia Wilhelm, "Nazi Propaganda and the Uses of the Past: Heinz Kloss and the Making of a German America", Amerikastudien 47 (2002): 55-83 .

Cornelia Wilhelm, "Community in Modernity: Finding Jewish Solidarity within the Independent Order B'nai B'rith" Jahrbuch des Simon-Dubnow-Institut für jüdische Geschichte und Kultur 1 (2001): 297-319.

Cornelia Wilhelm, "Shaping American Jewish Identity: The Independent Order B'nai B'rith", Christof Mauch and Joe Salmons, eds., German-Jewish Identities in America: From the Civil War to the Present, Madison: Max Kade Institute, 2003: 64-87.

Cornelia Wilhelm, "The Independent Order of True Sisters: Friendship, Fraternity and a Model of Modernity for 19thcentury American-Jewish Womanhood", American Jewish Archives 54 (2002): 37-63.

Cornelia Wilhelm, "Ethnic Germans as Instruments of German Intelligence Services in the USA, 1933-1945", in: Heike Bungert, Jan G. Heitmann and Michael Wala, eds., Secret Intelligence in the Twentieth Century, London, Portland OR: Frank Cass, 2003, 35-57.

Cornelia Wilhelm, "Von der Volksgeschichte zur Volkstumspolitik: Heinz Kloss und die volkspolitische Mobilisation des Deutschamerikanertums 1933-1945", in: Michael Wala (Hrsg.), Gesellschaft und Diplomatie im transatlantischen Kontext, Festschrift für Reinhard R. Doerries zum 65. Geburtstag, (USA-Studien 11), Stuttgart: Steiner, 1999, 181-204.

Cornelia Wilhelm, "Deutschamerikaner zwischen Nationalsozialismus und 'Amerikanismus'" in: Horst Möller, Walther Ziegler und Andreas Wirsching (Hrsg.), Nationalsozialismus in der Region (Schriftenreihe der Vierteljahrshefte für Zeitgeschichte) München: Oldenbourg, 1996, 287-302.

TV-Documentary

Documentary "Nazi America: A Secret History", American History Channel by Termite Arts Productions, 2000, 93 minutes.

Documentary "The American Führer", by Annette Baumeister, Tangram Dokumentarfilm München, 2022, 45 min.