Ethnic Cultures in the 1920's in North America PDF ePub eBook

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Ethnic Cultures in the 1920's in North America free pdf This volume contains the fourteen papers that were given at the Third Franco-German Colloquium at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg. Leading French and German scholars in American Studies address issues of ethic cultures in the U.S. and Canada during the Twenties. The volume presents contributions by historians, anthropologists, and literary historians and has thus an interdisciplinary dimension. The groups and cultures dealt with are Jews, WASPs, Scandinavians, Africans and Italians in North America.

About Wolfgang Binder

The Author: Wolfgang Binder, born in 1941, is a tenured member at the Chair of American Studies at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg. After completion of his doctoral thesis, 1974, his scholarly interests focused on the ethic literatures of the U.S. particularly on African-Americans and Hispanics, and the Caribbean literatures. In addition to numerous articles, he has edited Entwicklungen im karibischen raum 1960-1985 (1985), Contemporary Chicano Poetry (1986), Westward Expansion in America (1803-1860) (1987), Slavery in the Americas (1993). He has also translated several books from Jamaican and Puerto Rican literature.

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Author : Wolfgang Binder
Publisher : Peter Lang GmbH
Data Published : 01 June 1993
ISBN : 3631453450
EAN : 9783631453452
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 238 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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