Different Germans, many Germanies : new transatlantic perspectives / edited by Konrad H. Jarausch, Harald Wenzel, and Karin Goihl
As much as any other nation, Germany has long been understood in terms of totalizing narratives. For Anglo-American observers in particular, the legacies of two world wars still powerfully define twentieth-century German history, whether through the lens of Nazi-era militarism and racial hatred or the nation's emergence as a "model" postwar industrial democracy. This volume transcends such common categories, bringing together transatlantic studies that are unburdened by the ideological and methodological constraints of previous generations of scholarship. From American perceptions of the Kaiserreich to the challenges posed by a multicultural Europe, it argues for-and exemplifies-an approach to German Studies that is nuanced, self-reflective, and holistic.-- Provided by Publisher.
- New York ; Oxford : Berghahn, 2017
Includes bibliographical references and index
- First edition
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