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Zu einer Literatur der offenen Gesellschaft in der Moderne mit Studien zu Goethe, Emerson, Whitman und Thomas Mann

Chica- na fiction and demonstrates how the portrayal of female characters shifted from decoration to representation, from women as embellishment of men and their causes toward giving voice to the female (lesbian) self and body. The third section, “Art”, is concerned with painting and photography from the modern period to postmodern and postcolonial practices. It comprises three contri- butions: Robert Crunden’s “Alfred Stieglitz, Georgia O’Keeffe, and the Personal Context of German-American Cultural Relations in the 1920s” traces the German impact on American

. Forthcoming: "Die Zerstörung Dresdens: Symbol und Ereignis in Publizistik und Historiographie" in Die Zerstörung Dresdens am 13./14. Februar 1945. Antworten der Künste. FRANK TROMMLER is Professor of German and Comparative Literature at the University of Pennsylvania. Publications in the fields of modern German literary and cultu- ral history, on theater, technology, and German-American cultural relations. Among his works are Die Kultur der Weimarer Republik (1978, repr. 1996), Amema and the Germans (coed. 1985). JEFFREY VERHEY studied history at UC Berkeley, Ph. D. thesis

mid-1947, as the Cold War materialized, did General Lucius D. Clay recognize the worth of programs of cultural assistance, exchange of persons, and the like. This change marked a major turning-point in German-American cultural relations. Niemand bezweifelt, daß die amerikanische Besatzungspolitik in Deutschland nach 1945 nicht konsistent war. Der Morgenthau- (1944) bzw. der Marshall-Plan (1947) kennzeichnen — als Pole — den Wandel von einer bestrafenden Besatzungspolitik hin zu einer Politik des Wieder- aufbaus. Diesen Wechsel der Besatzungsziele der

erste im Austausch zwischen der Columbia University, New York und Berlin 1906/07 der Historiker John W. Burgess. 54 BRECHTKEN, Scharnierzeit (wie Anm. 4), S. 364 ff. 55 Frank TROMMLER, Inventing the Enemy: German-American Cultural Relations, 1900-1917, in: Schröder (Ed.), Confrontation and Cooperation (wie Anm. 6), S. 99-125, hier S. 105 ff. Wilhelm II. - Kaiser zwischen Modernität und Nervosität 435 Modell und deutscher „Exportartikel" vor allem gegenüber China und dem Osmanischen Reich dienen konnten. So wären hier nicht nur, wie schon erwähnt, die

dieser Seite. Graz. Luschin-Ebengreuth. The Life of Karl Folien. A Study in German-American cultural relations. By George Spindler. (= Historical Mono- graphs published under the auspices of the German-Ameri- can historical Society of Illinois. Edited by Julius Goebel. Nr. I.) Chicago, The University of Chicago Press. 1917. 234 S. Die im Auftrage der „Deutsch-amerikanischen historischen Gesellschaft von Illinois" von Joh. G o e b e l geplante Sammlung von Quellenschriften zur Geschichte des Deutschtums in den Vereinigten Staaten wird mit dem vorliegenden Buche

E , John N . Woodhull Professor of Modern Languages Emeritus at Princeton, is the author of numerous studies in German-American cultural relations and in German and com- parative literature. He has written extensively on Goethe and eighteenth-century intellectual history. His most recent book is The Classical Age of German Literature (1982). C H A R L E S S. M A I E R I S Professor of History at Harvard University. Among his publications on twentieth-century European political and eco- nomic history and recent United States diplomacy are Recasting Bourgeois

Price of The Puhlication of English Literature in Germany in the Eigb- teenth Century (Berkeley: University of California Press 1934). Of the between-wars generation, one would single out Harold S. Jantz, who embarked simultaneously into Baroque and early American studies and German-American cultural relations with such pioneering works äs The First Century of New England Verse (Worcester, Mass.: Ame- rican Antiquarian Society 1944; New York: Russell and Russell 1962). And one would certainly think of Bayard Q. Morgan, whose Bibliography of German Literature in

as symbol of political situation in, 34; unification of German Empire, 10, 28, 34; universal- ity attributed to culture of, 9–10, 36, 47, 95, 107; World War I as not watershed in German-American cultural relations, 207, 219. See also Bayreuth; Berlin; Ger- man music; Kultur; Leipzig German Youth Orchestra, 215 Gershwin, George, 159, 161 Gewandhaus (Leipzig), 63, 101, 144 Gewandhausorchester (Leipzig), 215 Gilbert, Henry, 168 Glackens, William, 24 Glessner, Frances, 116, 131 Glessner, John Jacob, 116, 131 Gloggner-Castelli, Carl, 125 Godowski, Leopold, 178