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Cultural Heritages and Their Transmission

Elizabeth C. Macknight

-Forbes, a Scottish gentry family, to understand the consequences of sons going abroad for periods of “sojourning.” Theodore Forbes was brought up in northeast Scotland and fathered one illegitimate son by a working-class Scottish woman, Isobel MacDonald

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Amanda H. Littauer

separatism and championed lesbians as the feminist political vanguard, while many black and other women-of-color feminists emphasized solidarity and understood sexuality as converging with race, class, and gender as forces of both oppression and liberation

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Reinhart Koselleck, Translated By Margrit Pernau, and Sébastien Tremblay

. However, not everyone had this luck—the chance of an academically educated member of the middle class ( Bildungsbürger ). Certainly not the trumpeter of the camp, my neighbor, who suddenly disappeared into the bunker of the GPU. He returned to the camp

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Voices that Matter?

Methods for Historians Attending to the Voices of the Past

Josephine Hoegaerts

E. P. Thompson … quotes [his sources] generously, providing readers with glimpses of the voices of a working class in the making. These quotations, the spelling often idiosyncratic, sometimes phonetic, are such that readers can almost hear these

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Clarifying Liquidity

Keynes and Marx, Merchants, and Poets

Rolf Hugoson

classes challenged by the capitalists. Did Marx mean the estates-like machinery were gathering energy? Of course not, they were just losing it; they were evaporating or melting into air. Sperber is permitted to picture Marx in a factory hall, in a harbor

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Tuğçe Kayaal

citizenship alongside the constitutional regime. In this “new era” free of the sultan's absolute power, the Ottoman nation was imagined as a brotherhood that espoused unity over any particular religious, ethnic, or even economic or class-based interests. 10

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Dane Kennedy

York and Boston were largely “Irish cities” and he predicted that “all great American towns will soon be Celtic.” 11 Since he regarded Irish immigrants as “a criminal and pauper class,” their growing presence was not a prospect he welcomed. 12 In

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Like a Tumbleweed in Eden

The Diasporic Lives of Concepts

Banu Subramaniam

assigned to other classes, such as hair, a four-chambered heart, a single-boned lower jaw, three middle ear bones, a diaphragm, and mammary glands, and although all mammals maintain a high body temperature, it is the feeding of the young that came to define

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Policing the French Empire

Colonial Law Enforcement and the Search for Racial-Territorial Hegemony

Samuel Kalman

, as Homi Bhabha relates, the colonized were always viewed a racially inferior, no matter what their situation. Even in their own homeland, Africans or Asians were judged by European interlocutors, and thus condemned to second-class citizenship and

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Politics, Patronage, and Diplomacy

A New Perspective on C. K. J. Bunsen (1791–1860)

Lorraine Macknight

stake for Christian Bunsen and Frances Waddington (1791–1876). 19 Bunsen was a promising, self-confident German scholar with neither firmly determined career aspirations nor a fixed income, and his fiancée was an English girl with upper-middle-class