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Americanization and anti-Americanism : the German encounter with American culture after 1945 / edited by Alexander Stephan.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: E183.8.G3 A626 2005

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    Overview

    Format
    Book
    Published
    New York : Berghahn Books, 2005
    Locale
    Germany
    United States
    Contents
    Anti-Americanism and Americanization / Russell A. Berman
    Counter-Americanism and critical currents in West German reconstruction 1945-1960: the German lesson confronts the American way of life / Michael Ermarth
    Saigon, Nuremberg, and the West: German images of America in the late 1960s / Bernd Greiner
    Resisting boogie-woogie culture, abstract expressionism, and pop art: German highbrow objections to the import of 'American' forms of culture, 1945-1965 / Jost Hermand
    From nightmare to model? why German broadcasting became Americanized / Kaspar Maase
    Learning from America: reconstructing 'race' in postwar Germany / Heide Fehrenbach
    Cinematic Americanization of the Holocaust in Germany: whose memory is it? / David Bathrick
    Anti-Americanism and the Cold War: on the DEFA Berlin films / Sabine Hake
    German cinema face to face with Hollywood: looking into a two-way mirror / Thomas Elsaesser
    Double crossings: the reciprocal relationship between American and European culture in the twentieth century / Richard Pells
    Anti-Americanism and anti-modernism in Europe: old and recent versions / Rob Kroes
    California blue: Americanization as self-Americanization / Winfried Fluck
    Awkward relations: American perceptions of Europe, European perceptions of America / Volker R. Berghahn
    Crisis or coooperation? The transatlantic relationship at a watershed / Karsten D. Voight
    Germans and Americans : understanding and managing / Bowman H. Miller.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Stephan, Alexander, 1946-2009.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references (p. [263]-275) and index.
    Anti-Americanism and Americanization / Russell A. Berman -- Counter-Americanism and critical currents in West German reconstruction 1945-1960: the German lesson confronts the American way of life / Michael Ermarth -- Saigon, Nuremberg, and the West: German images of America in the late 1960s / Bernd Greiner -- Resisting boogie-woogie culture, abstract expressionism, and pop art: German highbrow objections to the import of 'American' forms of culture, 1945-1965 / Jost Hermand -- From nightmare to model? why German broadcasting became Americanized / Kaspar Maase -- Learning from America: reconstructing 'race' in postwar Germany / Heide Fehrenbach -- Cinematic Americanization of the Holocaust in Germany: whose memory is it? / David Bathrick -- Anti-Americanism and the Cold War: on the DEFA Berlin films / Sabine Hake -- German cinema face to face with Hollywood: looking into a two-way mirror / Thomas Elsaesser -- Double crossings: the reciprocal relationship between American and European culture in the twentieth century / Richard Pells -- Anti-Americanism and anti-modernism in Europe: old and recent versions / Rob Kroes -- California blue: Americanization as self-Americanization / Winfried Fluck -- Awkward relations: American perceptions of Europe, European perceptions of America / Volker R. Berghahn -- Crisis or coooperation? The transatlantic relationship at a watershed / Karsten D. Voight -- Germans and Americans : understanding and managing / Bowman H. Miller.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    1571816739
    Physical Description
    vii, 294 p. ; 24 cm.

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