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Title:
Identity and intolerance : nationalism, racism, and xenophobia in Germany and the United States
Author:
Finzsch, Norbert.
Publication Information:
Washington, D.C. : German Historical Institute ; Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1998.
Physical Description:
xxxix, 422 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Language:
English
Contents:
National identity and the conditions of tolerance / Historical invention and modern reinvention of two national identities / Segmented politics : xenophobia, citizenship, and political loyalty in Germany / Discoursive construction of national stereotypes : collective imagination and racist concepts in Germany before World War I / Integration and fragmentation discourses : demanding and supplying "identity" in diverse societies / Race, class, and southern racial violence / Racism and empire : a perspective on a new era of American History / Police, African Americans, and Irish immigrants in the nation's capital : a history of everyday racism in Civil War Washington / Politics of boycotting : experiences in Germany and the United States since 1880 / Jews and the German language : the concept of Kulturnation and anti-Semetic propaganda / Ambiguous roles : the racial factor in American womanhood / Citizenship embodied : racialized gender and the construction of nationhood in the United States / Body matters : race, gender, and perceptions of physical ability from Goethe to Weininger / Horse breeder's perspective : scientific racism in Germany, 1870-1933 / Thin line between eugenics and preventive medicine
ISBN:
9780521591584
Format :
Book