Transnational Subjects 1 (2011), 1

Transnational Subjects 1 (2011), 1
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Katrina Gulliver (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich) Editorial Board Andrew D. Devenney (Grand Valley State University) Caroline Dodds Pennock (University of Sheffield) Alistair Fair (University of Cambridge) Julia Garrett (University of New England, Maine) John-Paul Ghobrial (University of Cambridge) Alexis Harley (La Trobe University) Victoria Harris (University of Cambridge) Ella Howard (Armstrong Atlantic University) Sharon Howard (Sheffield University) Julia Hudson-Richards (Penn State Altoona) Barbara Karl (Museum für angewandte Kunst, Vienna) Gaby Mahlberg (Northumbria University) Maurizio Marinelli (University of Technology, Sydney) James Moore (British University in Egypt) Brooke Newman (Virginia Commonwealth University) Lisa Nielson (Case Western Reserve University) Gabriel Paquette (Johns Hopkins University) Gregory D. Smithers (Virginia Commonwealth University) Rivka Swenson (Virginia Commonwealth University) Helena Toth (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich) Sasha Turner (Quinnipiac University) Ashley Wright (University of Toronto) Advisory Board Rainer Buschmann (California State University – Channel Islands) Larry Cebula (Eastern Washington University) Matthew Davies (Institute of Historical Research) Jonathan Dresner (Pittsburgh State University) Jonathan Hart (University of Alberta) Ann McGrath (Australian National University) Simon Schaffer (University of Cambridge) Kathleen Wilson (SUNY Stony Brook)
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Canterbury 2011: Gylphi Limited
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Transnational Subjects - History, Society and Culture
United Kingdom
Toth, Helena

Contributions by Katrina Gulliver, Gregory D. Smithers, Caroline-Isabelle Caron, Rainer F. Buschmann, Tom Neuhaus, Heléna Tóth and Niamh Cullen

Table of contents

Katrina Gulliver


The Dark Side of Anti-racism: ‘Half-Breeds’ and the Anthropology of Aleš Hrdlička
Gregory D. Smithers

On the Acadian Diaspora: A Proposal for a Renewed Debate
Caroline-Isabelle Caron

Peter Farron’s Wife: Romancing the Eighteenth-Century ‘Spanish Lake’
Rainer F. Buschmann

Civilian Intervention and Military Justice in the Eighteenth-Century British Atlantic
William P. Tatum III

‘To live with people whom one cannot understand’: Transnational History and the Moravian Mission in Ladakh, 1853–1914
Tom Neuhaus

The Media as Transnational Borderland: Notes on the Funeral of Zoltán Kodály
Heléna Tóth

Growing up in ‘Catholic Europe’: How to Dress, Socialize and Date in 1950s and 1960s Italy
Niamh Cullen

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