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Enemy images in American history / edited by Ragnhild Fiebig-von Hase and Ursula Lehmkuhl.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: E179 .E56 1997

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    Format
    Book
    Published
    Providence, RI : Berghahn Books, 1997
    Locale
    United States
    Contents
    Introduction / Ragnhild Fiebig-von Hase
    Sociological and Psychological Aspects
    Some Sociobiological and Psychological Aspects of "Images of the Enemy" / Kurt R. Spillmann, Kati Spillmann
    The Sociological Anatomy of Enemy Images: The Military and Democracy After the End of the Cold War / Ulrich Beck
    The American Revolution and Its Aftermath
    The Image of an English Enemy During the American Revolution / Jurgen Heideking
    The Enemy Image As Negation of the Ideal: Baron Dietrich Heinrich von Bulow (1763-1807) / Volker Depkat
    Ethnic Issues
    German Immigrants and African-Americans in Mid-Nineteenth Century America / Hartmut Keil
    Rhythm, Riots, and Revolution: Political Paranoia, Cultural Fundamentalism, and African-American Music / Berndt Ostendorf
    The World Wars
    German-Americans in World War I / Mark Ellis
    "Our Enemies Within": Nazism, National Unity, and America's Wartime Discourse on Tolerance / Wendy L. Wall
    "Know Your Enemy": American Wartime Images of Germany, 1942-1943 / Michaela Honicke
    The Cold War
    Friends, Foes, or Reeducators? Feindbilder and Anti-Communism in the U.S. Military Government in Germany, 1946-1953 / Jessica C.E. Gienow-Hecht
    The Greek Lobby and the Reemergence of Anti-Communism in the United States After World War II / Peter A. Zervakis
    The Problem of Synthesis
    Culture Wars: The Sources and Uses of Enmity in American History / David M. Kennedy.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Fiebig-von Hase, Ragnhild.
    Lehmkuhl, Ursula.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references (pages 359-384) and index.
    Introduction / Ragnhild Fiebig-von Hase -- Sociological and Psychological Aspects -- Some Sociobiological and Psychological Aspects of "Images of the Enemy" / Kurt R. Spillmann, Kati Spillmann -- The Sociological Anatomy of Enemy Images: The Military and Democracy After the End of the Cold War / Ulrich Beck -- The American Revolution and Its Aftermath -- The Image of an English Enemy During the American Revolution / Jurgen Heideking -- The Enemy Image As Negation of the Ideal: Baron Dietrich Heinrich von Bulow (1763-1807) / Volker Depkat -- Ethnic Issues -- German Immigrants and African-Americans in Mid-Nineteenth Century America / Hartmut Keil -- Rhythm, Riots, and Revolution: Political Paranoia, Cultural Fundamentalism, and African-American Music / Berndt Ostendorf -- The World Wars -- German-Americans in World War I / Mark Ellis -- "Our Enemies Within": Nazism, National Unity, and America's Wartime Discourse on Tolerance / Wendy L. Wall -- "Know Your Enemy": American Wartime Images of Germany, 1942-1943 / Michaela Honicke -- The Cold War -- Friends, Foes, or Reeducators? Feindbilder and Anti-Communism in the U.S. Military Government in Germany, 1946-1953 / Jessica C.E. Gienow-Hecht -- The Greek Lobby and the Reemergence of Anti-Communism in the United States After World War II / Peter A. Zervakis -- The Problem of Synthesis -- Culture Wars: The Sources and Uses of Enmity in American History / David M. Kennedy.

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    Language
    English
    ISBN
    1571810315
    9781571810311
    Physical Description
    ix, 389 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm

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