Bulletin of the German Historical Institute Washington 43 (2008)

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Bulletin of the German Historical Institute Washington 43 (2008)
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Washington DC. 2008: Selbstverlag des Herausgebers
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zweimal im Jahr; ausserdem jährlich ein Beiheft (Supplement)
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Bulletin of the German Historical Institute (Washington DC)
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Inhaltsverzeichnis

FEATURES

Booker T. Washington, Tuskegee Institute, and the German Empire: Race and Cotton in the Black Atlantic
Andrew Zimmerman

Refusing to be “Good Germans”: New Left Violence as a Global Phenomenon
Jeremy Varon

Terrorism in Germany: The Baader-Meinhof Phenomenon
Stefan Aust

Putting German Terrorism in Perspective: An American Response
Bruce Hoffman

GHI RESEARCH

Proto-Eugenic Thought and Breeding Utopias in the United States before 1870
Maren Lorenz

The African-American Civil Rights Struggle and Germany, 1945-1989
Martin Klimke

CONFERENCE REPORTS

Connecting Atlantic, Indian Ocean, China Seas, and Pacific Migrations from the 1830s to the 1930s
Gisela Mettele

Transregional and Transnational Families
David Sabean

Managing the Unknown: Natural Reserves in Historical Perspective
Frank Uekötter

Modernization as a Global Project: American, Soviet, and European Approaches
David C. Engermann and Corinna R. Unger

1968 – Forty Years Later
Martin Klimke

Perspectives on National Socialism, Global War, and the Holocaust: A Symposium in Honor of Gerhard L. Weinberg
Philipp Gassert

Flammable Cities: Fire, Urban Environment, and Culture in History
Greg Bankoff, Uwe Lübken, Jordan Sand

Public Eating, Public Drinking: Places of Consumption from Early Modern to Postmodern Times
Maren Möhring and Marc Forster

Early Modern German History, 1500-1790: Fourteenth Transatlantic Doctoral Seminar
Richard F. Wetzell

Gender and the Long Postwar: Reconsiderations of the United States and the Two Germanys, 1945-1989
Michael Grutchfield, Reid Gustafson, Melissa Kravetz, Christina Larocco, Amy Rutenberg

Why Do Terrorists Stop?
Carola Dietze

Civilizing Nature: National Parks in Transnational Historical Perspective
Sabine Höhler

Archival Summer Seminar in Germany, 2008
Corinna R. Unger

GHI Research Seminar, Spring 2008

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Lecture Series, Fall 2008
Events Sponsored by the GHI, Fall 2008 - 2009

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