German colonialism in a global age / Bradley Naranch and Geoff Eley, editors.
This collection provides a comprehensive treatment of the German colonial empire and its significance. Leading scholars show not only how the colonies influenced metropolitan life and the character of German politics during the Bismarckian and Wilhelmine eras (1871-1918), but also how colonial mentalities and practices shaped later histories during the Nazi era. In introductory essays, editors Geoff Eley and Bradley Naranch survey the historiography and broad developments in the imperial imaginary of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Contributors then examine a range of topics, from science and the colonial state to the disciplinary constructions of Africans as colonial subjects for German administrative control. They consider the influence of imperialism on German society and culture via the mass-marketing of imperial imagery; conceptions of racial superiority in German pedagogy; and the influence of colonialism on German anti-Semitism. The collection concludes with several essays that address geopolitics and the broader impact of the German imperial experience. About The Editor(s): Bradley Naranch is Visiting Assistant Professor of History at the University of Montana. Geoff Eley is the Karl Pohrt Distinguished University Professor of Contemporary History at the University of Michigan. Publisher's note.
- Politics, history, and culture
Politics, history, and culture.
- Manuscript language material
- Durham : Duke University Press, 
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