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Popular historiographies in the 19th and 20th centuries : cultural meanings, social practices

Author: Sylvia Paletschek
Publisher: New York : Berghahn, 2013
Series: New German historical perspectives, 4
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The authors analyze different forms of popular historiographies and popular presentations of history since 1800 and the interrelation between popular and academic historiography, exploring in  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sylvia Paletschek
ISBN: 9781845457402 1845457404 9780857458148 0857458140
OCLC Number: 828776614
Description: vi, 243 s
Contents: List of Figures Introduction: Why Analyse Popular Historiographies? Sylvia Paletschek Part I: Popular and Academic Historiographies in the 19th Century Chapter 1. Questioning the Canon: Popular Historiography by Women in Britain and Germany (1750 --
1850) Angelika Epple Chapter 2. Popular Presentations of History in the 19th Century: The Example of Die Gartenlaube Sylvia Paletschek Chapter 3. Understanding the World around 1900: Popular Universal Histories in Germany Hartmut Bergenthum Part II: Popular Presentations of History in Different Medias in the 20th Century Chapter 4. History for Readers: Popular Historiography 20th Century Germany Wolfgang Hardtwig Chapter 5. Between Political Coercion and Popular Expectations: Contemporary History in the Radio of the German Democratic Republic Christoph Classen Chapter 6. Moving History Fictional Films and the Nazi Past in Germany since the late 1970s Frank Bosch Part III: Memory Culture and Popular Historiographies: Case Studies Chapter 7 Memory History and the Standardization of History Dieter Langewiesche Chapter 8. The Second World War in the Popular Culture of Memory in Norway Claudia Len Chapter 9. Sissi: Popular Representations of an Empress Sylvia Schraut Chapter 10. Scientists as Heroes? Einstein, Curie, and the Popular Historiography of Science Beat Ceranski Chapter 11. 'Das Wunder von Bern'. The Football World Cup 1954, the German Nation and Popular Histories Franz-Josef Bruggemeier Notes on Contributors Bibliography
Series Title: New German historical perspectives, 4
Responsibility: ed. by Sylvia Paletschek

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