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David Diephouse, selected publications

Books

In progress: Between Fatherland and Kingdom of God: Theophil Wurm and German Identity, 1868-1953.

Edited and Translated. Wilhelm Heinrich Riehl, The Natural History of the German People. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 1990.

Pastors and Pluralism in Württemberg, 1918-1933.
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1987.

Articles and book chapters

“Selbsbehauptung und Selbsterneuerung: Der Evangelische Volksbund für Württemberg und die ‘Krise der Moderne,’ (1919-1933).” In Württembergs Protestantismus in der Weimarer Republik, edited by Rainer Lächele and Jörg Thierfelder, 199-212, 252-54. Stuttgart: Calwer Verlag, 2003.

“Theophil Wurm (1868-1953).” In Wir konnten uns nicht entziehen: 30 Porträts zu Kirche und Nationalsozialismus in Württemberg, edited by Rainer Lächele and Jörg Thierfelder. Stuttgart: Quell Verlag, 1998.

“Kirchliche Zeitgeschichte und Sozialgeschichte: (Rand) bemerkungen aus US-amerikanerischer Perspektive.” In Kirchliche Zeitgeschichte: Urteilsbildung und Methoden, edited by Anselm Doering-Manteuffel and Kurt Nowak, 230-47. Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 1996.

“Wanderer zwischen zwei Welten? Theophil Wurm und die Konstruktion eines protestantischen Gesellschaftsbildes nach 1945.” In Das evangelische Württemberg zwischen Weltkrieg und Wiederaufbau, edited by Rainer Lächele and Jörg Thierfelder, 48-70. Stuttgart: Calwer Verlag, 1995.

“Between Mobilization and Marginality: The Württemberg Evangelical Volksbund and the Quest for a ‘Living Parish,’ 1919-1934.” Fides et Historia 21:3 (Fall 1989): 49-67.

“The Triumph of Hitler’s Will.” In The Cult of Power: Dictators in the Twentieth Century, edited by Joseph Held, 51-76. New York: Columbia University Press, 1983.

“Science, Industry and Art: Gottfried Semper’s Search for the Juste Mileu.”Journal of the Rutgers University Library 40 (June 1978): 14-31.

“The ‘German Catastrophe’ Revisited: Civil Religion in the Third Reich.” Fides et Historia 7:2 (Spring 1975): 54-74.

Translation

with John C. Decker. Early American Railroads: Franz Anton Ritter von Gerstner's "Die Innern Communicationen" (1842-1843), edited by Frederick C. Gamst. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 1997.

Contributor to

Lift Up Your Hearts: Resources for Worship.Grand Rapids, MI: CRC Publications, 1995.
Complete Library of Christian Worship. Nashville: Morningstar, 1992-1994.
Authentic Worship in a Changing Culture. Grand Rapids, MI: CRC Publications, 1997.
Psalter Hymnal Handbook. Grand Rapids, MI: CRC Publications, 1998.
The Worship Sourcebook. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books, 2004.

Other essays and reviews in

American Historical Review, The Banner, Calvin Theological Journal, Christian Educator Journal, Christian Scholar's Review, Church History, Computers and the Humanities, Francia, German Studies Review, Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Journal of Church and State, Journal of Modern History, Perspectives, Reformed Journal, Reformed Worship, Theologische Literaturzeitung, Theology Today.