The Resource Culture and international history, edited by Jessica C.E. Gienow-Hecht and Frank Schumacher
- Culture and international history, edited by Jessica C.E. Gienow-Hecht and Frank Schumacher
- Statement of responsibility
- edited by Jessica C.E. Gienow-Hecht and Frank Schumacher
- Bibliography note
- Includes bibliographical references and index
- On the diversity of knowledge and the community of thought: culture and international history / Jessica C. E. Gienow-Hecht -- The power of culture in international relations / Beate Jahn -- The great derby race: strategies of cultural representation at nineteenth-century world exhibitions / Wolfram Kaiser -- Manliness and "realism": the use of gendered tropes in the debates on the Philippine-American and Vietnam wars / Fabian Hilfrich -- A family affair?: gender, the U. S. information agency, and cold war ideology, 1945-1960 / Laura A. Belmonte -- France and Germany after the great war: businessmen, intellectuals and artists in non-governmental European networks / Guido Mèuller -- Small Atlantic world: U. S. philanthropy and the expanding international exchange of scholars after 1945 / Oliver Schmidt -- Atlantic alliances: cross-cultural communication and the 1960s student revolution / Philipp Gassert
- Forecasting the future: future studies as international networks of social analysis in the 1960s and 1970s in Western Europe and the United States / Alexander Schmidt-Gernig -- Cultural approaches to international relations: a challenge? / Volker Depkat -- States, international systems, and intercultural transfer: a commentary / Eckart Conze -- "Total culture" and the state-private network: a commentary / Scott Lucas -- Gender, tropes, and images: a commentary / Marc Frey -- Internationalizing ideologies: a commentary / Seth Fein -- The invention of state and diplomacy: the first political testament of Frederick III, elector of Brandenburg (1698) / Volker Depkat -- The rat race for progress: a Punch cartoon of the opening of the 1851 Crystal Palace exhibition / Wolfram Kaiser -- Race and imperialism: an essay from the Chicago Broad ax / Fabian Hilfrich -- A document from the Harvard international summer school / Scott Lucas
- Max Lerner's "Germany has a foreign policy" / Thomas Reuther -- Excerpt from Johan Galtung's "On the future of the international system" / Alexander Schmidt-Gernig -- The "children and war" virtual forum: voices of youth and international relations / Marie Thorsten
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- 24 cm
- xiii, 304 p.
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