• Citizenship, National Identity, Race, and Diaspora in Contemporary Europe

    An issue of: Radical History Review
    Number: 83
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  • 1. Editor's Introduction—Ian Christopher Fletcher

    2. The Madonna of Stalingrad: Mastering the (Christmas) Past and West German National Identity after World War II—Joseph B. Perry

    3. Algeria as a lieu de mémoire: Ethnic Minority Memory and National Identity in Contemporary France—Richard L. Derderian

    4. Imagining a German Multiculturalism: Aras Ören and the Contested Meanings of the "Guest Worker," 1955–1980—Rita C.-K. Chin

    5. The Sexual and Racial Politics of Civil Unions in France—Catherine Raissiguier

    6. The Crowded Space of Diaspora: Intercultural Address and the Tensions of Diasporic Relation—Tina Campt

    7. Empty Space and the City: The Reoccupation of Berlin—John Grech

    8. Introduction to "A Correspondence on Provincializing Europe"—Duane Corpis

    9. A Correspondence on Provincializing Europe—Amitav Ghosh and Dipesh Chakrabarty

    10. Film and History—Ian Christopher Fletcher

    11. Models of Identity Exploration in Film: A Letter without Words and How Tasty Was My Little Frenchman—Rachel T. Greenwald

    12. Germinal: Teaching about Class and Industrial Capitalism through Film—Mona L. Siegel

    13. The Colonial Casbah on the Silver Screen: Using Pépé le Moko and The Battle of Algiers to Teach Colonialism, Race, and Globalization in French History—Michael G. Vann

    14. Teaching British Cinema History as Cultural History—Laura E. Nym Mayhall

    15. New York before Chinatown: John Kuo Wei Tchen, New York before Chinatown: Orientalism and the Shaping of American Culture, 1776–1882 —Matthew Frye Jacobson

    16. The CIO in Black and White:Bruce Nelson, Divided We Stand: American Workers and the Struggle for Black Equality—Alex Lichtenstein

    17. The Abusable Past—R. J. Lambrose

    18. NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS

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