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  • 1
    Language: German
    Pages: TIFF, 300 dpi, Farbe; Digitalisierungsvorlage: Primärausgabe
    Edition: Online-Ausgabe Greifswald Universitätsbibliothek 2021 Digitalisierte Drucke der Universitätsbibliothek Greifswald
    Parallel Title: Elektronische Reproduktion von Lutz, Hartmut, 1945 - "Indianer" und "Native Americans"
    Dissertation note: Habilitationsschrift Universität Osnabrück 1982
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    Keywords: Hochschulschrift ; USA ; Literatur ; Indianer ; Indianer ; Literatur ; Deutsch ; USA ; Indianer ; Indianer ; Literatur ; Indianer ; USA ; Kultur ; Geschichte 1500-1985 ; USA ; Literatur ; Indianer ; Geschichte 1700-1985 ; Indianer ; USA ; Sozialgeschichte 1500-1985 ; Indianer ; USA ; Stereotyp ; Indianer ; Geschichte ; Deutschland ; Stereotyp ; Indianer ; Geschichte
    Note: Erscheinungsjahr aus dem Vorwort ermittelt , UB Greifswald , Maschinenschrift
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  • 2
    Language: German
    Parallel Title: Elektronische Reproduktion Lutz, Hartmut, 1945 - "Indianer" und "Native Americans"
    Dissertation note: Habilitationsschrift Universität Osnabrück 1982
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    Keywords: Hochschulschrift ; USA ; Literatur ; Indianer ; Indianer ; Literatur ; Deutsch ; USA ; Indianer ; Indianer ; Literatur ; Indianer ; USA ; Kultur ; Geschichte 1500-1985 ; USA ; Literatur ; Indianer ; Geschichte 1700-1985 ; Indianer ; USA ; Sozialgeschichte 1500-1985 ; Indianer ; USA ; Stereotyp ; Indianer ; Geschichte ; Deutschland ; Stereotyp ; Indianer ; Geschichte
    Note: Erscheinungsjahr aus dem Vorwort ermittelt , Maschinenschrift
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  • 3
    Language: Undetermined
    DDC: 305.896073
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    Keywords: Black persons Social conditions ; History ; United States ; Anthologie ; Du Bois, William E. B. 1868-1963 ; Rede
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  • 4
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    Heidelberg : Universitätsverlag Winter | München : Fink ; 55.1983 -
    ISSN: 0178-1987
    Language: English
    Dates of Publication: 55.1983 -
    Additional Information: 62=2 von Charles-Sealsfield-Gesellschaft Schriftenreihe der Charles-Sealsfield-Gesellschaft Stuttgart : Verl. d. Charles-Sealsfield-Ges., 1986 0932-5069
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als American studies
    Former Title: Vorg. Amerikastudien / Eine Schriftenreihe
    DDC: 050
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    Keywords: Monografische Reihe ; Nordamerika ; Zeitschrift
    Note: Unter diesem Titel ersch. auch spätere Aufl. einzelner Bd. d. Vorg.
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  • 5
    ISBN: 9783837663464 , 3837663469
    Language: English
    Pages: 268 Seiten , 22.5 cm x 14.8 cm, 468 g
    Series Statement: Lettre
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Lieber, Marlon, 1986 - Reading race relationally
    Dissertation note: Dissertation Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main 2018
    DDC: 813.54
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    Keywords: Hochschulschrift ; Hochschulschrift ; Whitehead, Colson 1969- ; Roman ; Ethnische Identität ; Rassismus ; Whitehead, Colson 1969- ; Roman ; Ethnische Identität
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  • 6
    ISBN: 9783869712789
    Language: German
    Pages: 252 Seiten, 16 ungezählte Seiten Tafeln , Illustrationen, Karten , 22 cm
    Edition: 1. Auflage
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
    DDC: 919.5043
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    Keywords: Cook, James 1728-1779 ; Ozeanien ; Entdeckungsreise ; Tupaia 1725-1770 ; Maheine ; Omai 1751-1779 ; Lokales Wissen ; Cook, James 1728-1779 ; Ozeanien ; Entdeckungsreise ; Tupaia 1725-1770 ; Lokales Wissen
    Note: Quellen- und Literaturverzeichnis: Seite 184-189 , Galiani Berlin ist ein Imprint vom Verlag Kiepenheuer & Witsch, Köln. - © 2023, Verlag Kiepenheuer & Witsch, Köln
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  • 7
    ISBN: 9783770567416 , 3770567412
    Language: German
    Pages: XXIII, 288 Seiten , Illustrationen , 24 cm, 705 g
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    DDC: 303.301
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    Keywords: Žižek, Slavoj ; Legendre, Pierre ; Nabokov, Vladimir Vladimirovič ; Ideologie ; Populismus ; Glaube ; Psychoanalyse ; Volk ; Interpretation ; Psychoanalyse ; Narratologie ; Unzuverlässiger Erzähler ; Populismus ; Putinismus ; Exzeptionalismus ; Demokratie ; Ideologie ; Kulturkritik ; Legendre, Pierre 1930-2023 ; Žižek, Slavoj 1949- ; Nabokov, Vladimir Vladimirovič 1899-1977 ; Ideologie ; Populismus ; Psychoanalyse ; Legendre, Pierre 1930-2023 ; Glaube ; Volk
    URL: Inhaltsverzeichnis  (lizenzpflichtig)
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  • 8
    ISBN: 9783749902361
    Language: German
    Pages: 302 Seiten , 20.5 cm x 12.5 cm
    Edition: 6. Auflage
    Uniform Title: All about love
    DDC: 306.7
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    Keywords: Liebe ; Feminismus
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  • 9
    ISBN: 9780374609900
    Language: English
    Pages: 244 Seiten , Illustrationen , 22 cm
    Edition: First edition
    DDC: 305.868073
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    Keywords: Soziale Situation ; Ethnische Identität ; Einwanderung ; Lateinamerikaner ; USA ; Hispanic Americans / Ethnic identity ; Hispanic Americans / Social conditions ; Immigrants / United States / Social conditions ; United States / Race relations ; HISTORY / United States / General ; Hispanic Americans / Ethnic identity ; Hispanic Americans / Social conditions ; Immigrants / Social conditions ; Race relations ; United States ; Lateinamerikaner ; Soziale Situation ; USA ; Einwanderung ; Ethnische Identität
    Abstract: "A new book by the Pulitzer Prize-winning writer about the twenty-first-century Latino experience and identity"--
    Abstract: "Latino" is the most open-ended and loosely defined of the major race categories in the United States. Our Migrant Souls: A Meditation on Race and the Meanings and Myths of "Latino" assembles the Pulitzer Prize winner Héctor Tobar's personal experiences as the son of Guatemalan immigrants and the stories told to him by his Latinx students to offer a spirited rebuke to racist ideas about Latino people. Our Migrant Souls decodes the meaning of "Latino" as a racial and ethnic identity in the modern United States, and seeks to give voice to the angst and anger of young Latino people who have seen Latinidad transformed into hateful tropes about "illegals" and have faced insults, harassment, and division based on white insecurities and economic exploitation
    Description / Table of Contents: Prologue: Our migrant souls -- Part I: Our country -- Empires ; Walls ; Beginnings ; Cities ; Race ; Intimacies ; Secrets ; Ashes ; Lies ; Part II: Our journey's home -- Light ; Home ; Conclusion: Utopias
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  • 10
    ISBN: 9780252044960 , 9780252087103
    Language: English
    Pages: xiii, 252 Seiten , Illustrationen
    Series Statement: The new Black studies series
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Freeman Marshall, Jennifer L., 1968- Ain't I an anthropologist
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    Keywords: Hurston, Zora Neale Criticism and interpretation ; Hurston, Zora Neale Knowledge and learning ; Anthropology ; Anthropologie ; SOCIAL SCIENCE / Ethnic Studies / American / African American & Black Studies ; LITERARY CRITICISM / American / African American & Black ; Hurston, Zora Neale 1891-1960
    Abstract: "Iconic as a novelist and popular cultural figure, Zora Neale Hurston remains underappreciated as an anthropologist. Is it inevitable that Hurston's literary authority should eclipse her anthropological authority? If not, what sociocultural and institutional values and processes shape the different ways we read her work? Jennifer L. Freeman Marshall considers the polar receptions to two of Hurston's areas of achievement by examining the critical response to her work across both fields. Drawing on a wide range of readings, Freeman Marshall explores Hurston's popular appeal as iconography, her elevation into the literary canon, her concurrent marginalization in anthropology despite her significant contributions, and her place within constructions of Black feminist literary traditions. Perceptive and original, Ain't I an Anthropologist is a long-awaited reassessment of Zora Neale Hurston's place in American cultural and intellectual life"--
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
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  • 11
    ISBN: 9783111060590
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (X, 286 p.)
    Edition: Issued also in print
    Series Statement: Buchreihe der Anglia / Anglia Book Series 82
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
    DDC: 302.4
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    Keywords: American literary history ; network model ; relational epistemology ; USA ; Literatur ; Netzwerk ; Geschichte 1800-2023 ; USA ; Literatur ; Vernetzung ; Netzwerktheorie
    Abstract: Spider Web, Labyrinth, Tightrope Walk explores the shifting functions of the network as a metaphor, model, and as an epistemological framework in US American literature and culture from the 19th century until today. The book critically inquires into the literary, cultural, philosophical, and scientific rhetoric, values, and ideological underpinnings that have given rise to the network concept. Literature and culture play a major role in the ways in which networks have been imagined and how they have evolved as conceptual models. This study regards networks as historically emergent and culturally constructed formations closely tied with the development of knowledge technologies in the process of modernization as well as with an increasingly critical awareness of network technologies and infrastructures. While the rise of the network in scientific, philosophical, political and sociological discourses has received wide attention, this book contributes an important cultural and historical perspective to network theory by demonstrating how US American literature and culture have been key sites for thinking in and about networks in the past two centuries
    Note: Frontmatter , Contents , Acknowledgements , Permissions Spider Web, Labyrinth, Tightrope Walk , 1 Introduction: The Network in US American Literature and Culture , 2 Project(ing an) Interconnected America: Nineteenth Century Visions of Material Networks, Transcendental Links, and Alternative Communities , 3 “A Movement Toward Expanded Connectedness” – Networks of Evolution in Pragmatist and Naturalist Literature , 4 Mapping Alternatives: Postwar Networks and the Forking Paths of Knowledge , 5 Recentering the Human: Contemporary Fiction and the Popularization of the Network , 6 Conclusion , Works Cited , Index , Issued also in print , In English
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  • 12
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    New Brunswick ; Camden ; Newark ; London ; Oxford : Rutgers University Press
    ISBN: 9781978824652 , 9781978824669
    Language: English
    Pages: xv, 161 Seiten
    Uniform Title: The souls of black folk
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
    DDC: 305.8960730207
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    Keywords: Soziale Situation ; Rassendiskriminierung ; Schwarze ; USA ; Comic ; Comic ; Comic ; Comic ; Comic ; USA ; Rassendiskriminierung ; Schwarze ; Soziale Situation
    Abstract: With Souls of Black Folk (first published in 1903), W.E.B. Du Bois famously set forth his analysis of the folk culture, including religious folk culture, that would be the basis for future progress. In doing so, he pleaded for education and a new sensibility. But he made clear that the promise of these would not come from the outside
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  • 13
    ISBN: 9783458682905 , 3458682902
    Language: German
    Pages: 608 Seiten, 16 ungezählte Seiten , Illustrationen
    Edition: Erste Auflage
    Series Statement: Insel-Taschenbuch 4990
    Uniform Title: Flappers
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
    DDC: 305.42097309042
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    Keywords: Cooper, Diana ; Cunard, Nancy ; Baker, Josephine ; Bankhead, Tallulah ; Fitzgerald, Zelda ; De Lempicka, Tamara ; Flapper ; Biografie ; Biografie 20230821
    Note: Literaturverzeichnis Seite 593-596
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  • 14
    ISBN: 9783930041350 , 3930041359
    Language: German
    Pages: 466 Seiten , 19 cm
    Edition: 10. Auflage
    Series Statement: K & S classic
    DDC: 305.3
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    Keywords: Buffalo, NY ; Transsexueller ; Geschlechtsidentität ; Geschichte 1960-1970
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  • 15
    ISBN: 9783406791543 , 3406791549
    Language: German
    Pages: 164 Seiten , 5 Illustrationen , 21 cm
    Series Statement: C.H. Beck textura
    Series Statement: textura
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Bois, W. E. B. Du 'Along the color line'
    DDC: 943
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    Keywords: Du Bois, W. E. B Travel ; 1900-1999 ; Racism History 20th century ; Antisemitismus ; Nationalsozialismus ; Diskriminierung ; Sozialgeschichte ; Rassismus ; Deutschland ; Reisebericht ; Drittes Reich ; Racisme - Allemagne - Histoire - 20e siècle ; Civilization ; Social conditions ; Travel ; Germany Race relations 20th century ; Political aspects ; History ; Germany Politics and government 1933-1945 ; Germany Description and travel ; Germany Social conditions 1933-1945 ; Germany Civilization 20th century ; Allemagne - Relations raciales - Aspect politique - Histoire - 20e siècle ; Allemagne - Politique et gouvernement - 1933-1945 ; Allemagne - Descriptions et voyages ; Allemagne - Conditions sociales - 1933-1945 ; Allemagne - Civilisation - 20e siècle ; Germany ; Reisebericht ; Reisebericht ; Afrikaner ; Schwarze ; Person of Color ; Nationalsozialismus ; Diskriminierung ; Sozialgeschichte ; Rassendiskriminierung ; Rassismus ; Deutschland ; Reisebericht ; Drittes Reich ; Antisemitismus ; Geschichte 1936
    Abstract: 1936 reist der afroamerikanische Bürgerrechtler W.E.B. Du Bois nach Deutschland. Als Kritiker des Rassismus in den USA beobachtet er das Leben in der totalitären Diktatur und die Entrechtung der Juden. Seine Reportagen aus diesen Monaten erscheinen hier erstmals auf Deutsch
    Abstract: 1936 reist der afroamerikanische Bürgerrechtler W. E. B. Du Bois nach Deutschland. Als Kritiker des Rassismus in den USA beobachtet er das Leben in der totalitären Diktatur und die Entrechtung der Juden. Seine Reportagen aus diesen Monaten erscheinen hier erstmals auf Deutsch. 1936 reist der afroamerikanische Soziologe W. E. B. Du Bois zu einem mehrmonatigen Forschungsaufenthalt ins nationalsozialistische Deutschland. Als scharfer Kritiker des Rassismus in seinem eigenen Land beobachtet er den Antisemitismus und die Entrechtung der Juden im "Dritten Reich". Seine wöchentlichen Reportagen aus diesen Monaten erscheinen hier zum ersten Mal in deutscher Sprache. Du Bois berichtet über die Wagner-Festspiele in Bayreuth und das Deutsche Museum in München, über deutsche Bierlokale und die Olympischen Spiele in Berlin, bei denen auch schwarze Sportler antreten. Mit der Vertrautheit des Deutschlandkenners und dem fremden Blick des schwarzen Amerikaners betrachtet er die totalitäre Diktatur. Du Bois beobachtet entlang der "Farbenlinie", "along the color line", und stellt überrascht fest, dass er persönlich kaum Diskriminierung erfährt. Umso mehr erschüttert ihn die Verfolgung der Juden: «Sie übertrifft an rachsüchtiger Grausamkeit und öffentlicher Herabwürdigung alles, was ich je erlebt habe», fasst er seine Eindrücke zusammen, «und ich habe einiges erlebt»
    Description / Table of Contents: Intro -- Titel -- Frontispiz -- Zum Buch -- Über die Autoren -- Inhalt -- Vorbemerkung zur historischen Begrifflichkeit -- W. E. B. Du Bois: «Forum für Fakten und Meinungen». Kolumnen aus dem «Pittsburgh Courier» -- 13. Juni 1936 -- 27. Juni 1936 -- Schadenfreude -- 29. August 1936 -- Kontakte -- Belgien -- Der Kongo -- 5. September 1936 -- England -- Die Rassengrenze -- Die gegenwärtige Krise -- 19. September 1936 -- Sport -- Gesundheit -- Die Olympischen Spiele -- Künftige Amateure -- Einkommen -- 26. September 1936 -- Europa -- Warum Europa? -- Zivilisation -- Rasse und Austausch
    Description / Table of Contents: Planungen und Kosten -- 3. Oktober 1936 -- Die Aufteilung des Lebens -- Das Deutsche Museum für Wissenschaft und Technik -- Bergbau -- Verkehr -- 10. Oktober 1936 -- Ruhm -- Mathematik und Elektrizität -- Klang und Musik -- Chemie -- Bau -- Astronomie -- Bekleidung und Lebensmittel -- 17. Oktober 1936 -- Pilgerstätten -- Wahnfried -- Bayreuth -- 24. Oktober 1936 -- Die Olympischen Spiele -- Spanien -- Der Balkan -- 31. Oktober 1936 -- Die Oper und die Schwarzen -- Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg -- «Parsifal» -- «Lohengrin» -- Der Ring -- 7. November 1936 -- Ausbildung in der Industrie -- Siemens
    Description / Table of Contents: Siemensstadt -- Ausbildende Industrie -- Die Schule -- Kontrolle -- 14. November 1936 -- München -- Rasse und Arbeiterklasse -- 21. November 1936 -- Rasse und Lebensumstände -- Einkommen -- 28. November 1936 -- Ägypten -- Landwirtschaft -- 5. Dezember 1936 -- Deutschland -- Deutschland und Hitler -- Der Hintergrund -- Depression und Revolution -- 12. Dezember 1936 -- Der Hitler-Staat -- Nationalsozialismus -- Die neue Philosophie -- Propaganda -- 19. Dezember 1936 -- Rassenvorurteile in Deutschland -- Antisemitismus -- Die gegenwärtige Not des deutschen Juden -- 26. Dezember 1936
    Description / Table of Contents: Weihnachten 1936 -- Wie lange wird Hitler sich halten? -- Gefahren für Hitler -- Profit -- 2. Januar 1937 -- Was die Deutschen denken -- Industrieprofit -- Die Nebelwand des Kommunismus -- Nationale oder internationale Wirtschaft -- Die deutschen Vorwürfe gegenüber den Juden -- 9. Januar 1937 -- Musik -- Wien -- Ostwärts -- 10. April 1937 -- Ausblick -- «Entlang der Farbenlinie». W. E. B. Du Bois in Nazi-Deutschland -- Der «schwarze Bismarck» -- Eine Zwischenzeit -- Von Berlin nach Hawaii -- Gleichstellung und Gleichschaltung -- Reisen ins Reich - aus der Ferne -- Afrikanische Blicke
    Description / Table of Contents: «Was ist mit der Farbenlinie?» -- Rassismus und Antisemitismus -- Editorische Anmerkungen -- Du Bois' Welt -- Dank -- Zeittafel -- Literaturverzeichnis -- W. E. B. Du Bois (chronologisch) -- Weitere Primärquellen -- Forschung zu W. E. B. Du Bois und Deutschland -- Weitere Forschung -- Filme -- Rechtenachweise -- Impressum
    Note: Hier auch später erschienene, unveränderte Nachdrucke , Literaturverzeichnis: Seite 157-165 , German translation of columns originally appearing in the Pittsburgh courier, 1936-37 , Includes bibliographical references (pages 157-165) , Description based upon print version of record
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  • 16
    ISBN: 9781032037479 , 9781032037509
    Language: English
    Pages: 175 Seiten , 1 Illustration , 24 cm
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Zanghellini, Aleardo Imaginative Resistance, Queer Fiction and the Law
    DDC: 306.76
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    Keywords: Sexual minorities Social conditions ; Heterosexism in literature ; Heterosexism in motion pictures ; Sexual orientation in literature ; Sexual orientation in motion pictures ; American fiction History and criticism 20th century ; Motion pictures History 20th century ; English fiction History and criticism 20th century ; Motion pictures History 20th century ; Heterosexism Philosophy ; Queer theory ; Englisch ; Literatur ; Homosexualität ; Queer-Theorie ; Geschichte 1946-1961
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  • 17
    ISBN: 9781032157863 , 1032157860 , 9781032157832 , 1032157836
    Language: English
    Pages: xxix, 392, xliv Seiten , 23 cm
    Edition: 30th anniversary edition
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
    DDC: 305.48896073001
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    Keywords: Feminism ; African American women ; United States Race relations ; United States ; African American women ; Feminism
    Note: First edition published by Routledge 1990
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  • 18
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    New York : New York University Press
    ISBN: 9781479893782
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 online resource (449 pages)
    Edition: 1st ed.
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
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    Abstract: No detailed description available for "Queer Forms".
    Abstract: Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Introduction: Queer Forms -- 1. Stepford Wives and Female Men: The Radical Equality of Female Replicants -- 2. Entering the Vortex: Breaching the Boundaries of the Lesbian Separatist Frontier in Avant-Garde Science Fiction Film -- 3. "Beware the Hostile Fag": Acidic Intimacies and the Gay Male Consciousness-Raising Circle in The Boys in the Band -- 4. Queer Love on Barbary Lane: The Serial Experience of Coming Out of the Closet with Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City -- 5. Stripped to the Bone: Sequencing Sexual Pluralism in the Comic Strip Work of Joe Brainard and David Wojnarowicz -- 6. "I Cherish My Bile Duct as Much as Any Other Organ": Political Disgust and the Digestive Life of AIDS in Tony Kushner's Angels in America -- Conclusion: "Something Else to Be": On Friendship's Queer Forms -- Acknowledgments -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index -- About the Author.
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  • 19
    ISBN: 9783458642909 , 3458642900
    Language: German
    Pages: 608 Seiten, 16 ungezählte Seiten , Illustrationen , 21 cm x 12.5 cm
    Edition: Erste Auflage, Deutsche Erstausgabe
    Uniform Title: Flappers
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    DDC: 305.42097309042
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    Keywords: Biografie ; Flapper ; Cooper, Diana 1892-1986 ; Cunard, Nancy 1896-1965 ; Baker, Josephine 1906-1975 ; Bankhead, Tallulah 1902-1968 ; Fitzgerald, Zelda 1900-1948 ; De Lempicka, Tamara 1898-1980 ; Bankhead, Tallulah 1902-1968 ; Fitzgerald, Zelda 1900-1948 ; Baker, Josephine 1906-1975 ; Cooper, Diana 1892-1986 ; Cunard, Nancy 1896-1965 ; De Lempicka, Tamara 1898-1980 ; USA ; Jazz ; Junge Frau ; Sexuelle Revolution ; Geschichte 1920-1929
    Abstract: Die britische Autorin und Kritikerin Judith Mackrell erzählt in diesem reich bebilderten und spannend geschriebenen Buch von sechs Frauen, die zu Ikonen der ?Roaring Twenties? wurden: der Tänzerin und Sängerin Josephine Baker, der Schriftstellerin und Tänzerin Zelda Fitzgerald, den Schauspielerinnen Tallulah Bankhead und Lady Diana Cooper, der Publizistin und Verlegerin Nancy Cunard und der Malerin Tamara de Lempicka. (Verlagsinformation)
    Note: Literaturverzeichnis: Seite 593-596
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  • 20
    ISBN: 9783446272354 , 3446272356
    Language: German
    Pages: 399 Seiten
    Edition: 1. Auflage
    Uniform Title: On Freedom. Four songs of care and constraint
    DDC: 323.44
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    Keywords: Freiheit
    Abstract: Was es heissen könnte, frei zu sein, beschäftigt Maggie Nelson fast ihr ganzes Leben. Kaum ein anderer Wert ist so eng mit unserer Vorstellung vom Menschsein verbunden. Doch seine Bedeutung entgleitet ihr immer wieder. Handelt es sich um einen andauernden Lebenszustand oder um einen einmaligen Moment, der uns befreien wird? Ist Freiheit unerlässlich für Gerechtigkeit und Wohlergehen? Maggie Nelson erkundet kontroverse Debatten in der Kunstwelt, das Erbe der sexuellen Befreiung, die schmerzhaften Paradoxien der Sucht und die Unabwendbarkeit der Klimakrise und vollzieht damit selbst eine Praxis der Freiheit. Sie bietet keine einfachen Antworten, sondern wirft Fragen auf, die uns dazu auffordern, neu über Freiheit nachzudenken. (Verlagstext)
    Note: Literaturverzeichnis: Seite 375-400
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  • 21
    ISBN: 9780231205023 , 9780231205030
    Language: English
    Pages: xi, 287 Seiten , Illustrationen
    Series Statement: Literature now
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Brooks, John, - 1989- The racial unfamiliar
    DDC: 810.9/896073
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    Keywords: American literature African American authors ; History and criticism ; African American art 21st century ; African Americans Race identity ; Race in literature ; Race in art ; African Americans in literature ; African Americans in art ; African Americans Intellectual life 21st century ; Literary criticism ; USA ; Literatur ; Kunst ; Schwarze ; Ästhetik ; Abstraktion
    Abstract: "Through what strategies might contemporary artists confront cultural assumptions about race? In what ways can the devices that make race feel familiar-such as stereotypes or strategic essentialism-be used to make race feel unfamiliar? What new perspectives might emerge out of such disorienting confrontations? In The Racial Unfamiliar, John Brooks argues that twenty-first-century African American artists have turned to abstractionist aesthetics to complicate and illuminate how we think and see race. Brooks shows that established categories of cultural production-such as "African American art" or "Black history"-reproduce familiar but confining ideas about race, and that some audiences assume such ideas reflect a "truth" about Black identity or Black experience in the United States. Instead of countering representations of race with "authentic" portrayals of African American identity and experience, recent artists have begun exaggerating and overemphasizing them. By inflating and abstracting clichéd representations and stereotypes, these artists expose the incongruities that underlie racist attitudes and refute the idea that any single African American experience exists to be represented. Through the production of illegible misrepresentations of a multitude of black experiences, the literary and visual works considered in this book insist that blackness exceeds categorical representation. Brooks traces the disorienting effects of this experimental aesthetic through a broad array of recent artworks, from novels and plays by Percival Everett and Suzan-Lori Parks to photography by Roy DeCarava and installation art by Kara Walker, to show how contemporary African American cultural production can be understood as an operation in abstracting and upending the cultural determinants that make racial Blackness intelligible"--
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    London : Rock the boat | Oxford, UK : Oneworld Publications
    ISBN: 9781786079060
    Language: English
    Pages: 494 Seiten
    Edition: Mass market paperback edition
    Series Statement: Fiction
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    Keywords: Witnesses Juvenile fiction ; Murder Juvenile fiction ; Undercover operations Juvenile fiction ; Deception Juvenile fiction ; Ojibwa Indians Juvenile fiction ; Young adult fiction ; Drugs Juvenile fiction ; Families Juvenile fiction ; Caregivers Juvenile fiction Family relationships ; Racially mixed people Juvenile fiction ; Indians of North America Juvenile fiction ; Detective and mystery stories
    Abstract: Strong Ojibwe women are like the ride, reminding us of forces too powerful to control. Weak people fear that strength. Eighteen-year-old Daunis's mixed heritage has always made her feel like an outsider, both in her hometown and on the nearby Ojibwe reservation. When she witnesses a shocking murder, she reluctantly agrees to be part of a covert FBI operation into a series of drug related deaths. But the deceptions - and deaths - keep piling up and soon the threat strikes too close to home. Now Daunis must decide what it means to be a strong Anishinaabe kwe (Ojibwe woman) and how far she'll go to protect her community, even if it tears apart the only world she's ever known.
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    ISBN: 9783985680399 , 3985680396
    Language: German
    Pages: 222 Seiten , 21.5 cm x 13.5 cm
    Edition: 1. Auflage
    Uniform Title: Corregidora
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    DDC: 810
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    Abstract: Kentucky 1947: Jeden Abend singt Ursa in Happy’s Café den Blues. Die Männer hängen an ihren Lippen. Denn Ursas Gesang handelt vom Schmerz und vom Bösen. Er gilt Corregidora, einem Sklavenhalter des vergangenen Jahrhunderts, der gleichzeitig ihr Großvater und Urgroßvater ist. Diesen Fluch muss Ursa überwinden. Nur wenn sie in ihrem Takt singt, wenn sie auf ihre Art liebt, wenn sie endlich zu sich kommt, kann sie Corregidora bannen. – Ein zutiefst ergreifender Roman über die Schmach des amerikanischen Erbes und die Sehnsucht nach Selbstbehauptung. Gayl Jones‘ Roman »Corregidora« ist ein Klassiker der afroamerikanischen Literatur. Am Beispiel der Blues-Sängerin Ursa erzählt er von den generationsübergreifenden Traumatisierungen des Gewaltsystems der Versklavung. Entdeckt und veröffentlicht wurde dieser bahnbrechende Roman in den USA von Toni Morrison im Jahr 1975. Danach könne kein Roman über eine Schwarze Frau mehr sein wie vorher, sagte die spätere Nobelpreisträgerin. Denn Gayl Jones hat das Unfassbare in Worte gefasst.
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    ISBN: 9781541647176
    Language: English
    Pages: vii, 405 Seiten , Illustrationen , 25 cm
    Edition: First edition
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    DDC: 305.420907471
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    Keywords: Glaspell, Susan ; Heterodoxy ; Geschichte 1912 ; Feminismus ; Künstlerinnenvereinigung ; New York- Greenwich Village ; Heterodoxy (Club) / History ; Feminism / New York (State) / New York / History / 20th century ; Greenwich Village (New York, N.Y.) / History / 20th century ; Féminisme / New York (État) / New York / Histoire / 20e siècle ; Heterodoxy (Club) ; Feminism ; New York (State) / New York ; New York (State) / New York / Greenwich Village ; SOCIAL SCIENCE / Sociology / General ; 1900-1999 ; History ; Glaspell, Susan 1876-1948 ; New York- Greenwich Village ; Heterodoxy ; Feminismus ; Künstlerinnenvereinigung ; Geschichte 1912
    Abstract: "On a Saturday afternoon in New York in late 1912, around the plain wooden tables of Polly's Restaurant in Greenwich Village, a group of women gathered, all of them convinced that they were going to change the world. It was the first meeting of "Heterodoxy," a secret supper club. The goals of the group were simple: They would meet to talk about their lives, their politics, and the still-not widely recognized idea that women were fundamentally equal to men. In a move of liberation, they kept no records of their meetings, leaving them free to discuss a new term borrowed from the French: feminism. Together, the women of Heterodoxy fostered not only a community, but a movement. The club became a defining agent within the Greenwich Village radical scene in the 1910s. Its members were passionate advocates of free love, equal marriage, and easier divorce; several lived openly in same-sex relationships.
    Abstract: The friendships of Heterodoxy made their unconventional lives possible, through its reassurance that other women felt differently about the world and wanted more from it than they had been raised to expect. Wealthy hostess Mabel Dodge invited artists to mingle with socialites and socialists at her apartment near Washington Square Park. Feminist rabble-rouser Henrietta Rodman turned the Liberal Club's headquarters into a home for plays, parties, and politics. Playwright Susan Glaspell launched the groundbreaking theater collective the Provincetown Players out of the summer home of her Heterodoxy friend Mary Heaton Vorse. For these women, everything from the way they dressed to the causes they championed was self-consciously new, and the daily pursuit of a future they were trying to imagine into being was exhausting. They needed each other; as inspiration and support, as friends and lovers.
    Abstract: Perfect for readers of The Barbizon and At The Existentialist Café, Hotbed is the never-before-told story of the bold women whose radical ideas, unruly lives, and extraordinary friendships blazed the trail for female ambition"--
    Description / Table of Contents: Introduction: a little world for us -- Way down south in Greenwich Village -- The type has changed -- The rebel girls and the mink brigade -- The new abolitionists -- What we want is a revolution -- To dynamite New York -- Femi-what? -- "That Mr. Freud, does he live in Greenwich Village?" -- Suppressed desires -- "The baby is the great problem" -- How long must we wait? -- A woman's war against war -- Pacifism versus patriotism -- Red scare, red summer -- The future of feminism
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
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    Book
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    New York : New York University Press
    ISBN: 9781479829828 , 9781479820733
    Language: English
    Pages: xii, 435 Seiten, 16 ungezählte Seiten , Illustrationen , Breite 152 mm, Hoehe 229 mm
    DDC: 306.76
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    Keywords: Geschichte 1970-1991 ; Frauenbewegung ; Geschlechtsidentität ; Homosexuellenbewegung ; LGBT ; Massenmedien ; USA
    Abstract: In this book, Ramzi Fawaz explores how the central values of 1970s movements for women's and gay liberation-including consciousness-raising, separatism, and coming out of the closet-were translated into a range of American popular culture forms. Throughout this period, feminist and gay activists fought social and political battles to expand, transform, or wholly explode definitions of so-called "normal" gender and sexuality. In doing so, they inspired artists, writers, and filmmakers to invent new ways of formally representing, or giving shape to, non-normative genders and sexualities. This included placing women, queers, and gender outlaws of all stripes into exhilarating new environments-from the streets of an increasingly gay San Francisco to a post-apocalyptic commune, from an upper-East Side New York City apartment to an all-female version of Earth-and finding new ways to formally render queer genders and sexualities by articulating them to figures, outlines, or icons that could be imagined in the mind's eye and interpreted by diverse publics. Surprisingly, such creative attempts to represent queer gender and sexuality often appeared in a range of traditional, or seemingly generic, popular forms including the sequential format of comic strip serials, the token figures of science fiction genre, the narrative conventions of film melodrama, and the serialized rhythm of installment fiction. Through studies of queer and feminist cultural productions including Mart Crowley's The Boys in the Band (1970), Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City (1976-1983), Lizzy Borden's Born in Flames (1983), and Tony Kushner's Angels in America (1989-1991), Fawaz show how artists innovated in many popular mediums and genres to make the experience of gender and sexual non-conformity recognizable to mass audiences in the modern US. Ultimately, Queer Forms tells the pre-history of the contemporary renaissance in feminist and LGBTQ political cultures by developing a genealogy of late twentieth-century artifacts that projected images of gender and sexual rebellion, which came to infuse the American popular imagination in the 1970s and after.
    Note: Literaturverzeichnis Seite 407-421
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    ISBN: 9783596230228
    Language: German
    Pages: 201 Seiten
    Edition: 24. Auflage
    Series Statement: Fischer 3022
    Uniform Title: On photography
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    Keywords: Aufsatzsammlung ; Fotografie
    Note: Lizenz des Verl. Hanser, München [u.a.]
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    ISBN: 9783423290098 , 3423290099
    Language: German
    Pages: 238 Seiten , 21 cm x 13.5 cm
    Uniform Title: Notes of a native son
    DDC: 305.896073
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    Keywords: Autobiografie ; USA ; Schwarze ; Kultur ; Alltag ; Rassismus ; Geschichte 1943-1963
    Abstract: J. Baldwin gilt als einer der bedeutendsten US-amerikanischen Schriftsteller des 20. Jahrhunderts. Seine grossen Themen sind der Rassismus sowie die Fragen nach Identität und Gleichstellung unterschiedlicher ethnischer, sozialer, religiöser oder sexuell orientierter Gruppen. Der Essayband vereint Texte aus den Jahren 1948-1955. Fast immer wählt Baldwin einen persönlichen Zugang zu seinen Themen, egal, ob es um Alltagsphänomene, Kunst, Politik oder Geschichte geht. Dies macht die sprachlich sehr eleganten und geschliffenen Aufsätze sehr authentisch. Besonders eindringlich sind die Essays, die sich mit seiner eigenen Herkunft, Harlem und seinem Stiefvater beschäftigen; ebenso aber die Beschreibungen der Anfeindung und Ausgrenzung, die ihm in einem Dorf in der Schweiz widerfahren sind. Baldwins Texte sind nach über 60 Jahren von bemerkenswerter und erschreckender Aktualität. Die vorliegende Neuübersetzung durch M. Mandelkow ist die erste vollständige deutschsprachige Ausgabe von "Notes of a Native Son" (Original erstmals 1955 erschienen). Die Lektüre ist inspirierend, bereichernd - breit einsetzbar. (2)
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    ISBN: 9781000421170
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 online resource (237 pages)
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Zanghellini, Aleardo Imaginative resistance, queer fiction and the law
    DDC: 306.76
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    Keywords: English fiction-20th century-History and criticism ; American fiction-20th century-History and criticism ; Homosexuality and literature ; Electronic books ; Geschichte 1946-1961 ; Geschichte 1946-1961 ; Englisch ; Literatur ; Homosexualität ; Queer-Theorie
    Abstract: Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Table of Contents -- List of figures -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- 1. Imaginative resistance in and beyond fiction -- 2. Same sex desire in Britain and the United States in the postwar years -- 3. Charles Jackson's The Fall of Valor (1946) -- 4. Gillian Freeman's The Leather Boys (1961) -- 5. Patricia Highsmith's The Price of Salt (1952) and The Talented Mr Ripley (1955) -- Conclusions -- Index.
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    ISBN: 9783825349271
    Language: English
    Pages: 563 Seiten , Illustrationen , 21 cm x 13.5 cm
    Series Statement: American Studies - a monograph series volume 318
    Series Statement: American Studies - a monograph series
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    DDC: 306.0973
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    Keywords: Popular culture studies ; Popkultur ; Massenkultur ; USA ; Konferenzschrift 13.06.2019-15.06.2019 ; Konferenzschrift 2019 ; Konferenzschrift 13.06.2019-15.06.2019 ; Konferenzschrift 2019 ; Konferenzschrift 2019 ; Konferenzschrift 2019 ; Konferenzschrift 13.06.2019-15.06.2019 ; Konferenzschrift 2019 ; USA ; Massenkultur ; Popkultur ; USA ; Popkultur
    Note: S.20: "This volume would not exist without the conference 'U.S.-American Culture as Popular Culture' (...) took place from June 13-15,2019 at the University of Hamburg."
    URL: Inhaltsverzeichnis  (lizenzpflichtig)
    URL: Inhaltsverzeichnis  (lizenzpflichtig)
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    ISBN: 9781839766121
    Language: English
    Pages: xi, 261 Seiten
    Edition: Paperback edition
    DDC: 305.89604
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    Keywords: Geistesgeschichte ; Geschichte 1900-1950 ; Geistesleben ; Kultur ; Schwarze ; USA ; USA ; Geistesleben ; Schwarze ; USA ; Schwarze ; Kultur ; Geschichte 1900-1950 ; Schwarze ; Geistesgeschichte
    Note: First published in the United Kingdom by Verso 1993
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    Online Resource
    Albany : State University of New York Press | Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest
    ISBN: 9781438488448
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (344 pages)
    DDC: 305.420945
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    Keywords: Electronic books
    Abstract: Traces literary and social connections among three American women navigating the changing political landscape of 1860s and '70s Italy.
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    ISBN: 9781496840448 , 9781496840455
    Language: English
    Pages: X, 175 Seiten
    Series Statement: Margaret Walker Alexander series in African American studies
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Abdul-Ghani, Casarae Lavada Start a riot!
    DDC: 700.89/96073
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    Keywords: Black Arts movement ; African American arts Political aspects 20th century ; History ; Arts Political aspects 20th century ; History ; Black nationalism History 20th century ; United States Race relations 20th century ; History ; Black arts movement ; Literatur ; Aufruhr
    Abstract: Acknowledgments --Introduction: "I'm gonna start a riot!" --Chapter 1: The inability to compromise: examining Black rage and revolt in the revolutionary theatre of Amiri Baraka and Ben Caldwell --Chapter 2: "Blackblues": The BAM aesthetic and Black rage in Gwendolyn Brooks's "Riot" --Chapter 3: The crisis of Black revolutionary politics in Sonia Sanchez's "The Bronx Is next" (and "Sister Son/ji") --Chapter 4: Black politics and the neoliberal dilemma in Henry Dumas's "Riot or revolt?" --Epilogue --Notes --Bibliography --Index.
    Abstract: "While the legacy of Black urban rebellions during the turbulent 1960s continues to permeate throughout US histories and discourses, scholars seldom explore within scholarship examining Black Cultural Production, artist-writers of the Black Arts Movement (BAM) that addressed civil unrest, specifically riots, in their artistic writings. Start a Riot! Civil Unrest in Black Arts Movement Drama, Fiction, and Poetry analyzes riot iconography and its usefulness as a political strategy of protestation. Through a mixed-methods approach of literary close-reading, historical, and sociological analysis, Casarae Lavada Abdul-Ghani considers how BAM artist-writers like Amiri Baraka (LeRoi Jones), Ben Caldwell, Gwendolyn Brooks, Sonia Sanchez, and Henry Dumas challenge misconceptions regarding Black protest through experimental explorations in their writings. Representations of riots became more pronounced in the 1960s as pivotal leaders shaping Black consciousness, such as Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr., were assassinated. BAM artist-writers sought to override the public's interpretation in their literary expose̹s that a riot's disjointed and disorderly methods led to more chaos than reparative justice. Start a Riot! uncovers how BAM artist-writers expose anti-Black racism and, by extension, the United States' inability to compromise with Black America on matters related to citizenship rights, housing (in)security, economic inequality, and education-tenets emphasized during the Black Power Movement. Abdul-Ghani argues that BAM artist-writers did not merely write literature that reflected a spirit of protest; in many cases, they understood their texts, themselves, as acts of protest"--
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index , Hier auch später erschienene, unveränderte Nachdrucke
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    ISBN: 9783030999438
    Language: English
    Pages: xiv, 224 Seiten , 21 cm
    Series Statement: African American philosophy and the African diaspora
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    DDC: 305.8
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    Keywords: Racism ; USA ; Literatur ; Antirassismus ; Philosophie
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    Book
    New York : Penguin Press
    ISBN: 9780735217959
    Language: English
    Pages: 370 Seiten
    DDC: 306.0973/09049
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    Keywords: Popular culture History 20th century ; United States Civilization 1970- ; United States Social life and customs 1971- ; United States Intellectual life 20th century ; USA ; Alltagskultur ; Pop-Kultur ; Geschichte 1990-2000
    Abstract: It was long ago, but not as long as it seems: The Berlin Wall fell and the Twin Towers collapsed. In between, one presidential election was allegedly decided by Ross Perot while another was plausibly decided by Ralph Nader. In the beginning, almost every name and address was listed in a phone book, and everyone answered their landlines because you didn’t know who it was. By the end, exposing someone’s address was an act of emotional violence, and nobody picked up their new cell phone if they didn’t know who it was. The 90s brought about a revolution in the human condition we’re still groping to understand. Happily, Chuck Klosterman is more than up to the job. Beyond epiphenomena like "Cop Killer" and Titanic and Zima, there were wholesale shifts in how society was perceived: the rise of the internet, pre-9/11 politics, and the paradoxical belief that nothing was more humiliating than trying too hard. Pop culture accelerated without the aid of a machine that remembered everything, generating an odd comfort in never being certain about anything. On a 90’s Thursday night, more people watched any random episode of Seinfeld than the finale of Game of Thrones. But nobody thought that was important; if you missed it, you simply missed it. It was the last era that held to the idea of a true, hegemonic mainstream before it all began to fracture, whether you found a home in it or defined yourself against it. In The Nineties, Chuck Klosterman makes a home in all of it: the film, the music, the sports, the TV, the politics, the changes regarding race and class and sexuality, the yin/yang of Oprah and Alan Greenspan. In perhaps no other book ever written would a sentence like, “The video for ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’ was not more consequential than the reunification of Germany” make complete sense. Chuck Klosterman has written a multi-dimensional masterpiece, a work of synthesis so smart and delightful that future historians might well refer to this entire period as Klostermanian.
    Note: Hier auch später erschienene, unveränderte Nachdrucke , Enthält Literaturangaben und ein Register
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    ISBN: 978-3-7518-0344-1 , 3-7518-0344-0
    Language: German
    Pages: 145 Seiten.
    Edition: Erste Auflage
    DDC: 305.800973
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    Keywords: Arendt, Hannah ; Ellison, Ralph ; Schwarze. ; Juden. ; Rassismus. ; Antirassismus. ; USA. ; Black lives matter ; Rassismus ; Judentum ; Amerika ; Heidegger ; Ellison ; New York ; Holocaust ; Shoah ; Antirassismus ; Emigration ; 1906-1975 Arendt, Hannah ; 1913-1994 Ellison, Ralph ; Schwarze ; Juden ; Rassismus ; Antirassismus
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    ISBN: 9781438488424 , 9781438488431
    Language: English
    Pages: xv, 326 Seite , Illustrationen , 23 cm
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Madden, Etta M., 1962- Engaging Italy
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Madden, Etta M., 1962 - Engaging Italy
    DDC: 305.420945
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    Keywords: Women History 19th century ; Americans History 19th century ; Italy Politics and government 1849-1870 ; Italien ; Amerikanerin ; Zeithintergrund ; Geschichte 1860-1880
    Abstract: "Traces literary and social connections among three American women navigating the changing political landscape of 1860s and '70s Italy"--
    Note: Literaturverzeichnis: Seite 291-310
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