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Saxony In German History: Culture, Society, And Politics, 1830-1933
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ISBN 9780472111046
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Saxony In German History: Culture, Society, And Politics, 1830-1933

Twenty scholars explore the theory and practice of regional history in one of Germany's most under-researched but conflict-ridden territories


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  • Saxony In German History: Culture, Society, And Politics, 1830-1933 available on July 18 2015 from Indigo for 90.0
  • ISBN bar code 9780472111046 ξ1 registered September 21 2015
  • ISBN bar code 9780472111046 ξ2 registered July 18 2015
  • Product category is Book

  • # 978047211104

During the hundred years examined in this volume, ordinary Germans discovered a new and powerful attachment to the nation. But throughout this period, national loyalties competed with preexisting loyalties to the locality and the region. The resulting tension made it difficult for Germans to assign clear priorities to one kind of symbolic attachment over another. Focusing on the east German state of Saxony, the contributors to this volume refuse easy resolution of that tension, seeking instead to illustrate how local, regional, and national cultures commingled, diverged, and influenced each other over time. By considering both the erosion and the persistence of traditional identities and regional boundaries, these essays help to restore an appreciation of regional "ways of seeing," suggesting they really did matter--in their own right, and for the nation as a whole. Topics considered include the expansion of a German reading public, Jewish emancipation, the formation of socio-moral milieus, working-class leisure, the expansion of the public sphere, the rise of consumer co-operatives, gendered attempts to fashion the "new" liberal man, and degradation rituals in the 1920s. Presenting to English-reading audiences the fruits of cutting-edge research conducted in Saxon archives since 1989, the contributors offer innovative ways to reassess the larger sweep of German history. This book serves as a how-to guide for the study of any region in history. Beyond its primary appeal to European historians, it will also speak to students and scholars in comparative politics and sociology. James Retallack is Professor of History, University of Toronto.


References
    ^ (2015). Saxony in German History: Culture, Society, and Politics, 1830-1933 (revised Sep 2015)
    ^ Saxony In German History: Culture, Society, And Politics, 1830-1933 Indigo. (revised Jul 2015)

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