"A solid, engaging history of the experience of Afro-Germans from the 1920s through the Third Reich. Campt's critical work is enhanced by her extensive interviews and by her wide-ranging critical intelligence. Other Germons illustrates the creation of Afro-Germans as a 20th-century undertaking with ramifications in today's Germany." - Sander I., Gilman, University of Illinois, Chicago "..,a winning social and political history of black Germans, offering both fieldwork and political analysis to consider the politics of race and gender in the Third Reich. Accounts of black German lives are almost nonexistent in studies of German history and culture, making Campt's Other Germans an exceptional and unusual treatment." - Wisconsin Bookwatch"
About the Author
Tina Campt is Assistant Professor of Women's Studies at the University of California at Santa Cruz.