Hillel at Michigan 1926/27 - 1945
Struggles of Jewish Identity in a Pivotal Era

Andy's Published Papers

Thirty Years of Bundestag Presence
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Obamamania
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Human-Animal Relationships
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Andy Markovits: A Brief Profile

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Areas of Research and Publication

Markovits's research interests and areas of publication include: German and European labor; German and European social democracy, as well as social movements; German-Jewish relations; Germany's role in the new Europe; Anti-Americanism in Europe; the comparative sociology of modern sports cultures and most recently the new dimensions of the human-animal bond, particularly its deeply feminized features. A specialist on the politics of Western and Central Europe -- Germany and Austria in particular -- Markovits has published nineteen authored and co-authored books as well as edited and co-edited volumes; well over 100 scholarly articles; more than 50 review essays; and many articles and interviews in the American and European press. His publications have appeared in English, German, Spanish, Italian, French, Dutch, Swedish, Hungarian, Hebrew, Chinese, and Farsi (Persian).

Please also visit Andy Markovits' official University of Michigan website.