4 edition of Representing the German nation found in the catalog.
Representing the German nation
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||edited by Mary Fulbrook and Martin Swales|
|Contributions||Fulbrook, Mary, 1951-, Swales, Martin|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 199 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||199|
Addresses to the German nation by Fichte, Johann Gottlieb, ; Jones, Reginald Foy, b. , tr; Turnbull, George Henry, b. , joint tr. Publication date Topics Education and state, National characteristics, German Publisher Chicago and . Judith Butler is one of the world’s most influential academics and public intellectuals and a leading supporter of the BDS movement. In this essay, Russell Berman of Stanford University critiques Butler’s (ab)use of Hannah Arendt’s controversial book Eichmann in Jerusalem to support her own emphatically anti-Zionist conclusions. Russell shows how Arendt’s reservations about a single.
Keynes, horrified by the terms of the emerging treaty, presented a plan to the Allied leaders in which the German government be given a substantial loan, thus allowing it to buy food and materials. Of the separate and special means of once more raising the German spirit a very powerful one would be in our hands if we had a soul-stirring history of the Germans in that period—one that would become a book for the nation and for the people, just as the Bible and the hymn-book are now, until the time came when we ourselves had again achieved.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: v, pages ; 22 cm: Contents: Introduction: representation in literature and history / Mary Fulbrook and Martin Swales --'Nation' und 'Nationalismus': representation and national identity in Imperial Germany / Mark Hewitson --New Berlins and new Germanies: history, myth and the German capital in the s and s /.
For his work on the BBC Radio 4 series, British Museum exhibition and book Germany: Memories of a Nation, he was awarded (in Germany) the Friedrich Gundolf Prize, the Goethe Medal and the German National Prize and (in the UK) the British Academy's Representing the German nation book Al-Radhan Prize for Transcultural Understanding.
He is now Chair of the Steering Committee /5(). ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: v, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm.
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In his new and excellent book, The German War, Oxford University historian Nicholas Stargardt exhumes the letters and diaries of German soldiers and others. He details how a cultured nation went insane, how ordinary soldiers became mass killers, and how the churches of Germany looked the other way as the innocent were murdered."―/5().
This wonderful book is the end result of an exhibition held in the British Museum under Neil MacGregor's directorship. The research that went into the exhibition appeared as 12 programs on BBC 4 and finally emerged in book form, which I've had to /5.
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Recently I read Germany, Memories of a Nation, by Neil Mac Gregor, a book that does not rely on the territorial configuration of the German lands, instead it describes facets of the German experience such as the lives and influences of Martin Luther, Goethe and Albrecht Duerer—and many other features of German culture (e.g.
evolutio/5. By the early s, the biological view of race was gaining legitimacy in the minds of many Europeans and Americans. As a result, it shaped the way many people defined the word nation. According to their definition, the members of a nation not only shared a common history, culture, and language but also common ancestors, character traits, and physical characteristics.
Günter Grass, the German novelist, As the book unfolds, the Nazi army invades Poland, and later is pushed out by the Soviets. Oskar was viewed. of often results in an uneasy conflation of German. guilt and victimhood. When the events of are presented. as one long authoritarian period, war and tyranny can easily be construed.
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Within a seven-year period Denmark, the Habsburg monarchy, and France were vanquished in short, decisive conflicts. The empire was forged not as the result of the outpouring of nationalist feeling from the masses but.
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This study examines the multiple and conflicting ways in which German national identity is spatially expressed through the material and metaphor of the human body. In particular, it describes the various gendered, sexed, and raced constructions of Germany, as they emerged in the capital city of Berlin since Based on two ethnographic case studies situated in neighboring urban environments Cited by: 3.
The beginnings of German national identity were not political but rather cultural. Already in the eighteenth century, Germans had begun to react against the intellectual domination of the French Enlightenment and against the idea of a purely rational and universal definition of human nature.
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