The Yearbook of Transnational History is dedicated to disseminating pioneering research in the field of transnational history. This second volume includes articles on such topics as transnational marriages, exile, soccer, and missionaries as well as on the campaigns in communist countries for freeing the American civil-rights activist Angela Davis. These articles highlight the movement of ideas, people,policies, and practices across various cultures and societies and explore the relations, connections, and spaces created by these movements. The articles in this volume explore interconnected historical phenomena in Asia, North and South America, and Europe from the late seventeenth to late twentieth centuries. These articles make clear that historical phenomena, such as soccer and exile, cannot be contained and explained within just one national setting. This book also offers a theoretical article that provides insights into the concept of intercultural transfer studies and its relationship to comparative and global history and an article that surveys the state of research in the field of transnational crime.
TABLE OF CONTENT
Comparative History, Intercultural Transfer Studies, and Global History: Three Modes of Conceptualizing History beyond the Nation StateGabriele Lingelbach
A Comparative Spatial Analysis of Transnational Coupling during the Nineteenth and Twentieth CenturiesNicole Léopoldie
“Carrying the Green Bough” - The Transnational Exile of the United Irishmen, 1791-1806Muiris MacGiollabhui
The Life and Death of a Network: Mapping Fin-de-Siècle Czech Social Democracy between Chicago and PragueAlexander Langstaff
Making a Foreign Idea Your Own: The Transnational Transfer of Soccer into ArgentinaBrandon Blakeslee
The Life of Marie Munk (1885–1978): Working Across and Within National Borders as a Women’s Rights ActivistSusanne Quitmann
Nazi Europeanism as Transnational Collaboration and Transnational MemoryJosh Klein
“No Propaganda Story”: The Prehistory of American Holocaust Consciousness in Textbooks, 1940-1962Ryan Abt
Pioneers in Exile: Missionary Mobility as Containment and Integration in East and Southeast Asia, 1951-1969Anthony Miller
“Free Angela Davis!”: Soviet Citizens Embrace America’s Most Controversial Civil Rights ActivistLiana Kirillova
Transnational Crime: History in the MakingMarion Pluskota
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