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Traversea – Journal of Transatlantic History 1 (2011)

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Traversea – Journal of Transatlantic History 1 (2011)
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Herausgeber
Transatlantic History Student Organization (THSO) [aktuelle Herausgeber: Isabelle Rispler und Kristen D. Burton]
Erschienen
Arlington, Texas 2011: Selbstverlag des Herausgebers
Erscheint 
jährlich
Preis
open-access

 

Kontakt

Institution
Traversea
Land
United States
c/o
Isabelle Rispler Department of History The University of Texas at Arlington Box 19529 Arlington, TX, 76019-0529 E-Mail: <Isabelle.rispler@mavs.uta.edu>
Von
Rispler, Isabelle

The editors of Traversea – a peer-reviewed, online, open-access journal of Transatlantic History, published by the Transatlantic History Student Organization (THSO) at the University of Texas at Arlington – are pleased to announce the publication of the journal's first volume, initiating an annual publication schedule.

Traversea Vol. I is accessible at:
<http://traversea.uta.edu>.

New readers and authors may register accounts within the journal website. Interested authors are welcome to register and submit articles in English, French, Spanish, German or Portuguese at any time. The deadline for submissions considered for publication in the next volume is April 1.

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Kristen D. Burton and Isabelle Rispler
Editors, Traversea – Journal of Transatlantic History
Kristen.burton@mavs.uta.edu
Isabelle.rispler@mavs.uta.edu
<http://traversea.uta.edu>

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Traversea - Journal of Transatlantic History Vol 1. (2011)

Table of Contents

<http://www.uta.edu/history/traversea/ojs/index.php/traversea/issue/view/4>

“Introduction: What is Transatlantic History?
Kristen D. Burton, Isabelle Rispler

“Crossing Conventional Borders: Introducing the Legacy of Hemp into the Atlantic World”
Bradley J. Borougerdi

“Imagining North America: Nineteenth Century German Travel Writing and Cultural Transfer”
Jefferson Dillman

“The Discovery of Germany in America: Hans Staden, Ulrich Schmidel, and the Construction of a German Identity”
Gene Rhea Tucker

“Intercultural Transfer and Comparative History: The Benefits and Limits of Two Approaches”
Gabriele Lingelbach

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