6 edition of Aspects of German-American Relations in the 19th Century found in the catalog.
October 15, 1983
by East European Monographs
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||204|
The Icecutter's Daughter book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Merrill Krause is a feisty only daughter in a household of German-American men in Minnesota. Rurik is of Swedish descent and Peterson does a lovely job of interweaving that information. Smooth and gentle writing flows for an easy read in this /5. edited by E. Allen McCormick, containing the proceedings of a colloquium on "Aspects of German-American Relations in the Nineteenth Century" held at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York in the spring of To those scholars already conversant with the field the names of many of the contributors are familiar enough indeed.
by Robert Segal and Ninian Smart. The study of religion is an attempt to understand the various aspects of religion, especially through the use of other intellectual disciplines. The study of religion emerged as a formal discipline during the 19th century, when the methods and approaches of history, philology, literary criticism, psychology, anthropology, sociology, economics, and other fields. Not wholly satisfying is the exclusive focus of this chapter on Anglo-German relations: as it was France that was by many seen as the ‘hereditary enemy’ of Germany in the late 19th century some discussion of how prevalent anti-French sentiment was in pre-war Heidelberg would have been useful.
About German Immigrants in Britain during the 19th Century, The first comprehensive study of the German immigrant community in Britain during the 19th thoroughly researched study examines the condition of Germans, Britain's largest continental immigrant population for most of the 19th century. Turner societies in the United States were first organized during the midth century so German American immigrants could visit with one another and become involved in social and sports activities. The National Turnerbund, the head organization of the Turnvereine, started drilling members as in .
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[Edward Allen McCormick;]. Overview. Beforethe main factors in German-American relations were very large movements of immigrants from Germany to American states (especially Pennsylvania, the Midwest, and central Texas) throughout the 18th and the 19th centuries.
There also was a significant movement of philosophical ideas that influenced American ador Emily Haber: Ambassador Richard Grenell. Recognizing the importance of the German-American economic relationship, during Germany ’s six-month presidency of the European Union inChancellor Merkel initiated the Transatlantic Economic Initiative to reduce and remove these barriers.
Over the long term, the deep and mutually beneficial trade and investment relations between U.S. Germans in America: aspects of German-American relations in the nineteenth century / Published: () Workers on arrival: black labor in the making of America / by: Trotter, Joe William, Published: ().
Foreign Relations Relations between the United States and Germany in the 19th century focused chiefly on immigration and commerce.
On the whole, the main interest of the United States was to maintain the continental equilibrium of power -- political relations were of secondary importance. The subsequent four parts capture the various aspects in which cultural transfer may be studied most successfully.
GERMAN QUARTERLY In all the contributions original or little-known circumstances and constellations are presented that problematize the presence of German cultural products in the USA as well as the process of German-American Format: Hardcover.
Faculty – Race, Ethnicity and Migration Armando Alonzo, a native of the Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas, is a Borderlands historian who studies the 18th to the 20th century. He is the author of Tejano Legacy: Rancheros and Settlers in Texas, (), and scholarly articles on social, economic, and cultural aspects of Tejanos and.
Subjects: Colonialism 18th/19th Century History; February Alien Policy in Belgium, The Creation of Guest Workers, Refugees and Illegal Aliens Caestecker, F. Belgium has a unique place in the history of migration in that it was the first among industrialized nations in Continental Europe to develop into an immigrant society.
Building on recent trends in the humanities and especially on scholarship done under the rubric of cultural transfer, this volume emphasizes the processes by which Americans took up, responded to, and transformed German cultural material for their own purposes.
The fourteen essays by scholars from the US and Germany treat such topics as translation, the reading of German literature in America. Similar Items. Germans in America: aspects of German-American relations in the nineteenth century / Published: () Traveling between worlds German-American encounters / Published: () The spirit of German immigrants, labor conflict, and the coming of the Civil War / by: Levine, Bruce C., Published: ().
“Dr Panayi is a leading scholar on the study of German immigration to Britain and [this book] is highly informative and comprehensive.” ―Lucio Sponza, University of Westminster “Panayi's fine work can be characterized as an introductory history, not mainly primary source-based, but resting on a wide range of secondary sources, and drawing heavily on the field of German-American Studies Price: $ The first anthropological definition of culture comes from 19th-century British anthropologist Edward Tylor: Culture is that complex whole which includes knowledge, belief, art, law, morals, custom, and any other capabilities and habits acquired by man as a member of society (Tylor : 1).
Read this book on Questia. In Traveling between Worlds, six authors explore the connectedness between Germans and Americans in the nineteenth century and their mutual impact on transatlantic history. Despite the ocean between them, these two groups of people were linked not only by the emigration from one to the other but also by ongoing interactions, especially among their intellectuals.
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Contents List of Illustrations Acknowledgments Introduction Lynne Tatlock and Matt Erlin 1: Cultural Politics at the Turn of the Twentieth Century Cultural History: An American Refuge for a German Idea Hinrich C. Seeba The Image of Culture - Or, What Münsterberg Saw in the Movies Eric Ames Tacitus Redivivus or Taking Stock: A.
Faust's Assessment of the German Element in America Claudia. Der deutsche Michel —which means, approximately, "Mike the German," named after the archangel Michael, the protector of Germany—was a simpleton with knee breeches and a sleeping cap, who had represented Germany in caricatures even before the nineteenth century.
The national and democratic movement of the first half of the nineteenth century. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Oceans apart?: paradigms in German-American history and historiography / Christof Mauch --"Saxony is a prosperous and happy country": American views of the kingdom of Saxony in the nineteenth century / Eberhard Brüning --John Lothrop Motley: Boston Brahmin and.
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