Peer-Reviewed

Bahr, Katrin. “Between State Mission and Everyday Life: Private Photographs of East Germans in Mozambique in the 1980s.“ In Navigating Socialist Encounters:  Moorings, Exchanges and (Dis)entanglements between Africa and East Germany.Eds., Harisch, Immanuel R., Anne Dietrich, Marcia C. Schenk, and Eric Burton. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2021. (Forthcoming).

Bahr, Katrin. “Hinterlassene Spuren: DDR-Bürger im Selbst- und Aussenbild der DDR-Auslandsarbeit.“ In Der andere Blick. ‘Der Osten’ im Rahmen poststrukturalen, postkolonialen und postmigrantischen Denkens. Eds., Matthäus, Sandra. Bielefeld: transcript, 2020. (Forthcoming).

Bahr, Katrin. “Hinterlassene Spuren: Selbstbild und Weltbild. DDR-ExpertInnen in Mosambik.” In Respekt und Anerkennung – ungelöste Fragen der mosambikanischen Vertragsarbeiter 1979-2019, Tagungsband, Eds., Birgit Neumann-Becker and Hans-Joachim Döring. Halle: Mitteldeutscher Verlag GmbH, 2020, 131-144.

Bahr, Katrin and Melanie Lorek. “‘Ja, wohin gehen sie denn?’: Die „3. Generation Ostdeutscher zwischen Suchen und Finden am Beispiel des 1.5 Generationskonzeptes.” In Die Generation der Wendekinder: Elaboration eines Forschungsfeldes, Eds., Lettrari, Adriana, Christian Nestler and Nadja Troi-Boeck, Wiesbaden: Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH, 2017, 255-277.

Bahr, Katrin. “‘Wie war das damals’ – Blitzlicht.” In Wie war das für Euch?: Die Dritte Generation Ost im Gespräch mit ihren Eltern, Eds., Enders, Judith C, Mandy Schulze, and Bianca Ely, Berlin: Ch. Links Verlag, 2016, 66-67.

Other Articles

Bahr, Katrin. “Why studying the GDR still matters today – The GDR as Lived Experience.” In Diversity, Decolonization, and the German Curriculum. Blog, June 18, 2019. https://diversityingermancurriculum.weebly.com/ddgc-blog/why-studying-the-gdr-still-matters-today-the-gdr-as-lived-experience.

Bahr, Katrin. “Traveling Mozambique: Family History and Search for Traces.” In Third Generation Ost: New Perspectives on the German Democratic Republic. Blog, September 17, 2018. http://thirdgenerationost.com/travelling-mozambique-family-history-and-search-for-traces/

Bahr, Katrin. “Traveling Mozambique: Family History and Search for Traces.” In Third Generation Ost: New Perspectives on the German Democratic Republic. Blog, September 17, 2018. http://thirdgenerationost.com/travelling-mozambique-family-history-and-search-for-traces/.

Bahr, Katrin. “East Germany in Mozambique: Private Photographs of a Forgotten Time.” In Polology. Blog, April 7, 2017. https://polology.com/tag/gdr/.

Bahr, Katrin. “Das Erzählen über die DDR ist immer noch stark Westdeutsch geprägt.” In Tagesspiegel, Interview, October 23, 2014. https://www.tagesspiegel.de/themen/mauerfall/dritte-generation-ostdeutschland-das-erzaehlen-ueber-die-ddr-ist-immer-noch-stark-westdeutsch-gepraegt/10876918.html.

Editorial

Bahr, Katrin, Claudia Sandberg, Juliane Schicker, and Victoria Rizo Lenshyn (eds.). An Online Symposium 30 Years After the Fall of the Wall. November 9, 2019. http://thirdgenerationost.com/symposium-30-jahre-mauerfall/.

Bahr, Katrin, Claudia Sandberg, and Juliane Schicker (eds.). Third Generation Ost: New Perspectives on the German Democratic Republic. Blog. 2017-2020. http://thirdgenerationost.com.

Bahr, Katrin, Kevina King, and Katy McNally (eds.). EDGE – A Graduate Journal for German and Scandinavian Studies. 2013, vol. 3, no. 1. https://scholarworks.umass.edu/edge/vol1/iss1/.

Bahr, Katrin (copy editor). Anniversary Volume. Focus on German Studies Journal. 2013, vol. 20. https://journals.uc.edu/index.php/fogs/issue/view/2.