CONTENTS: Dix in Uniform: The First World War and the Front Experience – Dix and Dada: War Cripples and Neurasthenics, Soldier’s Slang, and the Humor of Grotesque Realism – Dix in Dusseldorf: the Scandal of The Trench and Business with Karl Nierendorf During the Inflation Years – Dix and Other Veterans: The Print Portfolio The War, the Reichsbanner, and Social Democratic Memories of the War Experience – Dix in the Late Weimar Era: The Triptych The War, All Quiet on the Western Front, and the Contest over the Memory of the War – Dix in Nazi Germany and «Inner Emigration»: Flanders and the End of the Contest Over the Memory of the War.
Michael Mackenzie is Professor of Modern Art History at DePauw University. He holds a PhD from the University of Chicago. Significant publications include «From Athens to Berlin: The 1936 Olympics and Leni Riefenstahl’s Olympia» (Critical Inquiry, Vol. 29) and, most recently, «Painters, Planners, and Bricklayers: Making the Social Circulate in Otto Nagel’s Young Bricklayer from the Stalinallee» (Centropa, Vol. 15, No. 2).