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Institutions, Elites, and the Origins of AmericanNationality (NewYork, 1984); KathleenD.McCarthy, American Creed: Philanthropy and the Rise of Civil Society, 1700-1865 (Chicago, 2005); Martin Bruegel, Farm, Shop, Landing: The Rise of aMarket Society in theHudson Valley, 1780-1860 (Durhamu. London, 2002); Alan Taylor, »›The Art ofHook and Snivey‹: Political Culture in UpstateNewYorkDuring the 1790s«, The Journal of American History, 79:4 (1993), 1371-96. 57 Die einzige vorliegende Arbeit, die sich explizit mit einem Angehörigen der Van Rensselaer- Dynastie befasst, ist Janny

Kilbride, Being American in Europe, 1750-1860 (Baltimore, 2013); Richard L. Bush- man, The Refinement of America: Persons, Houses, Cities (New York, 1992); Stephen Hague, The Gentleman’s House in the British Atlantic World, 1680-1780 (Basingstoke, 2015); Nigel Everett, The Tory View of Landscape (New Haven u. London, 1994); Peter Dobkin Hall, The Organization of American Culture, 1700-1900: Private Institutions, Elites, and the Origins of AmericanNationality (NewYork, 1984); KathleenD.McCarthy, American Creed: Philanthropy and the Rise of Civil Society, 1700

. Silencing Civil Society. New York 2007, 58. 18 ÜBERSETZUNG: »Zwischen Schwert undWand«MarkusÖsterlund, Politics in theMidst of Terror. Religious Beliefs and Political Action in the Peruvian Andes. Helsinki 2001, 187. 19 Dies entspricht der Opfersicht und ist eine Verkürzung, da sich viele amKampf beteiligten, eine der Seiten unterstützten oder die Seiten wechselten. Nichtsdestotrotz spiegelt es die Haltung vieler wider und verdeutlicht zudem die meist negative Sicht auf Militär und Polizei. Auch ein Kunstwerk im Erinnerungsort in Huamanga illustriert dies. 20 Diese

veränderte auch die generelle Gestalt der Wohltätigkeit und des öffentli- chen Lebens. So führte Tocqueville weiter aus: Les Américains s’associent pour donner des fêtes, fonder des séminaires, bâtir des auberges, élever des églises, répandre des livres, envoyer des missionnaires aux 2 Vgl. Kathleen D. McCarthy, American Creed: Philanthropy and the Rise of Civil Society, 1700- 1865 (Chicago, 2005), 14-21; Robert A. Gross, »Giving in America: From Charity to Philan- thropy«, in: Charity, Philanthropy, and Civility in American History, hg. v. Lawrence J. Fried- man u. Marc D

Conflicts in Colonial New York: 1711-1775 (New York, 1940). McCarthy, Kathleen D. American Creed: Philanthropy and the Rise of Civil Society, 1700- 1865 (Chicago, 2005). McClure Zeller, Nancy Anne (Hg.). A Beautiful and Fruitful Place: Selected Rensselaer- swijck Seminar Papers (Albany, 1991). McCormick, Charles H. Leisler’s Rebellion (New York u. London, 1989). McCurdy, Charles W.The Anti-Rent Era in New York Law and Politics: 1839-1865 (Chapel Hill u. London, 2001). McManus, Edgar J. Black Bondage in the North (Syracuse, 1973). Middlekauff, Robert. The Glorious Cause

an: »Evidently, military men still demand from civil society not only recognition of their successful per formance during the re- pression years but overt affirmation and eternal gratitude. […] They define civil society as a divided world, dominated by self interest and disorder, and lacking in shared values. In the officers‹ opinion, the consummate embodiments of the- se features are politicians, who are incapable of developing an ›authentic natio- nal sentiment‹ regarding La Patria. One officer questioned how people who are divided by parties, internal

, 28.02.2005, http://squartey.blog spot.com/2005/02/africa-in-german-literature-1880-and.html, zuletzt ab- gerufen am: 27.03.2014 Rancière, Jacques. 2002. Das Unvernehmen. Politik und Philosophie, Frank- furt/M.: Suhrkamp Randeria, Shalini. 2002. „Entangled Histories of Uneven Modernities. Civil Society, Caste Solidarities and the Post-Colonial State in India.“ In: Yehuda Elkana, et al. (Hg.), Unraveling Ties, Frankfurt/M., New York: Campus/St. Martin’s Press: 284-311 Reed-Anderson, Paulette. 2000. Rewriting the Footnotes. Berlin und die afrikani- sche Diaspora

Andes. Identity, Conflict, Reform. Pittsburgh 2004 Dies. StateMaking against Democracy.The Case of Fujimori´s Peru, in: Dies. (Hg.), Politics in the Andes. Identity, Conflict, Reform. Pittsburgh 2004, 247-268 Dies. Jugando con la Política del Terror: El Caso del Perú de Fujimori, in: Debate en Sociología 31, 2006 Dies. »Quien Habla Es Terrorista«: The Political Use of Fear in Fujimori’s Peru, in: Latin American Research Review 41, 2006, 32-62. Dies. Political Violence and the Authorian State in Peru. Silencing Civil Society. New York 2007 Dies. Guilty as Charged. The

- acy. Power, Distance, and the Promise of Civil Society”, in: ibid. (eds.), Sear- ching for a Cultural Diplomacy (=Explorations in Culture and International History, Volume 6) New York: Berghahn, p. 13-32. Gienow-Hecht, Jessica (ed.) (2008): Decentering America (=Explorations in Cul- ture and International History, Volume 4), New York: Berghahn. Goedde, Petra (1999): “From Villains to Victims. Fraternization and the Feminiza- tion of Germany 1945-1947”, in: Diplomatic History 23.1, p. 1-20. -----. (2003): GIs and Germans. Culture, Gender, and Foreign Relations, 1945

of Global Telegraph Networks. New York: Columbia University Press, 2016. Müller-Pohl, Simone. “Geographien der Globalisierung: Die Kabelstation von Heart’s Content, Neufundland zwischen globaler Integration, lokaler Fragmentierung und sozialer Differenzierung.” Technikgeschichte 80, no. 1 (2013): 51–70. Neem, Johann N. “Civil Society and American Nationalism, 1776–1865.” In Politics and Partnerships: The Role of Voluntary Associations in America’s Political Past and Present, edited by Elisabeth S. Clemens and Doug Guthrie. 29–53. Chicago: University of