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policies in early 210 Family in Crisis? Cold War America, and the transatlantic circulation of the blues. Forthcoming is a monograph on the US South-West. Sonia Di Loreto is Associate Professor of American Literature at the Università di Torino. She has published widely in journals on topics from archives and the Dig- ital Humanities, to epistolarity and transatlantic relations. Her most recent pub- lications are “Margaret Fuller’s Archive: Absence, Erasure and Critical Work” in 19. Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century; and “Kinship, Affiliation and


Studies Center from 2005 till 2012. Duccio Basosi is FIRB researcher in History of International Relations at the Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, where he also teaches at the Ca’ Fos- cari Harvard Summer School. He specializes in international relations from the 1960s to the 1990s, with a focus on transatlantic relations, US foreign policy, European integration, and international political economy. He is the author of various articles and two monographs, Il governo del dollaro (2006) and Finanza e Petrolio (2012). 314 | CONTRIBUTORS Andrea Carosso teaches

Professor of North American History at Ruhr-University Bochum. His main research focus is on transatlantic relations in the nineteenth and twentieth century, foreign relations of the United States, the period of the Early Republic, and questions of identity construction, security studies and intelligence history.

. (eds.) The Network Society from Knowledge to Policy. Washington, DC: Center for Transatlantic Relations. Organizing Networks — An Actor-Network Theor y of Organizations256 Castells, M. (2009): Communication Power. New York: Oxford University Press. Castells, M. (2011): “A Network Theory of Power,” in: International Journal of Communication 5, 773-787. Castells, M. (2015): Networks of Outrage and Hope, 2nd ed. Cambridge, UK: Polity Press. Castells, M./Cardoso, G. (eds.) (2005): The Network Society from Knowl- edge to Policy. Washington, DC: Center for

ein Berliner” and “civis romanus sum,” and Kennedy’s claim to be a proud citizen of Berlin, left little autonomy to Eu- rope, squeezed at it was in a new version of the ancient opposition between romanitas (the Atlantic community) and barbaritas (the communist world). CONCLUSION While so far historians of transatlantic relations have mainly identified Kennedy’s Europe in that depicted for the purpose of pushing forward his design for a transatlantic partnership, by 1963 an alternative vision also be- gan to emerge in the President’s rhetoric. Both

jazz music during the Third Reich or the reception of the Black Power movement. This strategy is not so much revealing about African Americans as it is about German dis- courses; in all cases examined in this study it is evident that discourses which at the surface revolve around the African American Other mainly use it as a projection screen to (indirectly) reflect on, negotiate, or affirm German constructions of gender, culture, literature, race, national identity, transatlantic relations, and not the least America. The African American women and their works


and Knowing: How Pragmatism Can Advance International Relations Research and Methodology, in: International Organization 63, S. 701-731. Fritsch, Stefan (201 1): Technology and Global Affairs, in: International Studies Perspectives 12 (1), S. 27-45. Fröhlich, Stefan (2012): Future Perspectives for Transatlantic Relations. Towards a New Pragmatism, S-Washington-Froehlich.pdf (Stand: 20.05.2014 ). Fromm, Erich (1981): Es geht um den Menschen: eine Untersuchrmg der Tatsachen rmd Illusionen in der

. Towards an Integrative Theory of the Mediated Mind. London and New York: Routledge. Brunton, F., Nissenbaum, H. (2015): Obfuscation: A User’s Guide for Privacy and Protest. Boston: MIT Press. Carucci, M. (ed.) (2012): Revealing Privacy. Debating the Understandings of Privacy. Frankfurt a.M.: Peter Lang. Castells, M. (2006): The Network Society. From Knowledge to Policy. New York: Center for Transatlantic Relations. Castells, M. (2010): The Information Age: Economy, Society and Culture, 3 Volumes. 2nd ed. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell. Literature 157 Cavanillas, J. M

unsere Landsleute in der Fremde. In: Schweizer Radiozeitung 28 (1956), S. 4 f. Geschichte und Gegenwart von Schweizer Radio International. In: Schweizer Radio International (Hg.): 1935–1985. 50 Jahre Schweizer Radio International. Bern 1985, S. 35–64. Gienow-Hecht, Jessica C. E.: Culture and the Cold War in Europe. In: Melvyn P. Leffler/ Arne Odd: The Cambridge History of the Cold War. Cambridge 2010, S. 398–419. Gienow-Hecht, Jessica C. E.: Sound Diplomacy. Music and Emotions in Transatlantic Relations, 1850–1920. Chicago 2009. Gienow-Hecht, Jessica C. E.: What Are