Global, Colonial, and Non-European History

Global Photographies
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Global Photographies

Memory – History – Archives

This compilation connects photography to global practices in historic perspective. Colonial and postcolonial photography is presented as an entangled and contested site.
The Nile: Natural and Cultural Landscape in Egypt
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The Nile: Natural and Cultural Landscape in Egypt
Ancient Egypt as we know it with all its wonders like pyramids and temples wouldn't have existed without the Nile. The first recent attempt to explain the importance of this natural phenomenon for the culture of pharaonic Egypt.
Regime der Anerkennung
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Regime der Anerkennung

Kämpfe um Wahrheit und Recht in der Aufarbeitung der argentinischen Militärdiktatur

Welche Bedeutung hat die Anerkennung im Rahmen der Aufarbeitung von Gewaltherrschaft? Dieser Band gibt Antworten.
The Transatlantic Sixties
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The Transatlantic Sixties

Europe and the United States in the Counterculture Decade

The 1960s from a transatlantic perspective: The book comprises critical essays on transatlantic and globalized American studies, focused on politics and culture.
Reconciliation, Civil Society, and the Politics of Memory
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Reconciliation, Civil Society, and the Politics of Memory

Transnational Initiatives in the 20th and 21st Century

This volume examines the role of civil society in local and transnational reconciliation initiatives in 20th-century Europe, challenging the conventional view of reconciliation as a benign state-driven process.
Schwarze deutsche Kolonialsoldaten
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Schwarze deutsche Kolonialsoldaten

Mehrdeutige Repräsentationsräume und früher Kosmopolitismus in Afrika

Die »schwarzen« deutschen Kolonialsoldaten sind seit der Niederlage im Ersten Weltkrieg als »treue Askari« bekannt. Stefanie Michaels geht ihrer zentralen Funktion in der Repräsentation (aber auch: Bedrohung) kolonialer Ordnung nach.

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