4 edition of The Columbia History of Eastern Europe in the 20th Century found in the catalog.
The Columbia History of Eastern Europe in the 20th Century
by Rourke Publishing
Written in English
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At the turn of the 20th century, as an influx of Europeans entered the United States, many politicians and native-born Americans worried that they would depress wages and take the jobs of citizens. The issue roiled American politics, and anti-immigrant . This volume attempts to go beyond the frantic list-making that has characterized many end-of-the-century books and delves into the ways the twentieth century has changed the fabric of human life. The 24 thematic chapters focus primarily on everyday life rather than events or personalities. Culture, religion, gender, race, and athletics get their due, as do money, industry, war, and diplomacy.
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THE COLUMBIA HISTORY OF EASTERN EUROPE IN THE TWENTIETH CenturyPROVIDES THE HISTORICAL AND POLITICAL BACKGROUND THAT EXPLAINS RECENT HAPPENINGS CLEARLY, CONCISELY, AND zed by region, chapters by highly regarded specialists provide an interpretive overview of each country's history, particularly political developments, and Cited by: Columbia University Press, - History - pages 1 Review This illustrated historical reference work provides an interpretive overview of each of the countries of Eastern Europe, focusing particularly on political developments and including references to significant social, cultural and economic events.5/5(1).
The Columbia History of the 20th Century, however, is much more than a chronicle of the previous century's front-page news. Instead, the book is a series of twenty-three linked interpretive essays on the most significant developments in modern times--ranging from athletics to 4/5(1).
HIST GU Monuments and Memories in 20th Century Europe. 4 points. In this course we will revisit the history of Europe in the 20th Century as it was remembered. We will also uncover some stories that have been mostly forgotten. Modern Greece; 20th-century Europe; international history.
Małgorzata Mazurek Associate Professor Polish Studies, 19thth century East Central Europe, history of social sciences, social history of communism/state socialism. Susan Pedersen Professor British history; the British Empire; comparative European history; international history.
Eastern Europe is the eastern part of the European is no consistent definition of the precise area it covers, partly because the term has a wide range of geopolitical, geographical, cultural, and socioeconomic connotations. There are "almost as many definitions of Eastern Europe as there are scholars of the region".
By comparison with past centuries, the twentieth has produced extremes. Its earliest part was a benign continuation of the pax of the 19 th century. But this calm before the storm was followed by World War I, communism, hyperinflation, fascism, depression, genocide, World War II, the atom bomb, and the Soviet occupation of Eastern Europe.
ABOUT THE BOOK The European home: representations of 20th centur y Europe in history text-booksis a study carried out by the Georg Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research in the context of the Council of Europe’s project “Lear ning and teaching about the histor y of Eur ope in the 20th centur y” (see Appendix 3).
BA in Modern European History - Columbia University Research interests: fascism, Nazi Germany and Hitler Youth indoctrination. Lauren Ashley Bradford BA in History and German Studies - Gettysburg College Research interests: 20th century Germany and Eastern Europe, the Holocaust, the Second World War, German-Jewish history.
Alexandra Cain. 16th- and 17th-Century Book History and Women’s Cultural Production in Europe, the Mediterranean, and the Americas History of Print Technologies Early Modern Gender and sexuality. HIS The Other Europe – A History of Eastern Europe in the Twentieth Century Professor Steven Kreis Department of History and Politics Meredith College Spring COURSE OBJECTIVE Eastern Europe has been called "the lands between," meaning between the "West,” represented by the German and Italian speaking countries, and the real "East," the former Russian/Soviet empire.
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Tanja Zimmermann (Junior Professor; PhD in art history and Slavic studies) teaches East-European literature and art history at the University of Constance (Germany).
Her research interests include literature, art and the media in Russia, South-Eastern Europe and Poland in the 19th and 20th century. When completed, the Archive will include the complete run of the newspaper from to the present. The goals of the Archive are to provide a public resource for Columbia University history and to preserve the Spectator's past work.
It is the result of a partnership between. Adam Tooze is featured in Talking Politics’ latest podcast, “Europe Blows Up”, to speak about European economics and the pandemic. Adam Tooze is featured in Talking Politics’ latest episode “Europe Blows Up” to speak about European economics and the pandemic.
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Harold B. Segel is the author of a dozen books, including The Columbia Guide to the Literatures of Eastern Europe (CUP, ), Renaissance Culture in Poland: The Rise of Humanism, - (Cornell UP, ) and Body Ascendant: Modernism and the Physical Imperative (Johns Hopkins UP, ). He is Professor Emeritus of Slavic Literature at 5/5(1).
History of Europe - History of Europe - The new century: In George Bernard Shaw said: “France is certainly decadent if she thinks she is.” The remark is characteristic of Shaw, but it is also indicative of a new wave of energy. From under the despair and decadence, the scattered retreats and the violent nihilism, the same human strength that produced Symbolist and Naturalist art was.
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Blood-Dimmed Tide: Central Europe's Long Great War,under contract with Harvard University Press. Film runtime: 95 minutes. Estonian with English subtitles.
This event is part of the Spring East Central Europe Film Series: Through the Lens of History. East Central Europe Film Series: Through the Lens of History This Spring film series showcases films from East Central Europe with preth century historical settings.