Dark Powers: Conspiracies and Conspiracy Theory in History and Literature

An issue of: New German Critique

Dark Powers
Journal Issue Pages: 200 Volume 35, Number 1 Number: 103 Published: 2008 An issue of New German Critique
Special Issue Editor: Eva Horn


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1. Contributors

2. Introduction—Eva Horn and Anson Rabinbach

3. Evidence and Narrative in Mérimée's Catilinarian Conspiracy—Michèle Lowrie

4. Toward a Model of Conspiracy Theory for Ancient Rome—Victoria E. Pagán

5. The Conspiracy of the Invisible Hand: Anonymous Market Mechanisms and Dark Powers—Jakob Tanner

6. Occult Conspiracies: Spirits and Secret Societies in Schiller's Ghost Seer—Stefan Andriopoulos

7. The Protocols of the Elders of Zion: Between History and Fiction—Michael Hagemeister

8. Staging Antifascism: The Brown Book of the Reichstag Fire and Hitler Terror—Anson Rabinbach

9.Media of Conspiracy: Love and Surveillance in Fritz Lang and Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck—Eva Horn

10. Brainwashed! Conspiracy Theory and Ideology in the Postwar United States—Timothy Melley

11. Outrageous Conspiracy Theories: Popular and Official Responses to 9/11 in Germany and the United States—Peter Knight

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