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Book/Printed Material The Cold War : historiography, memory, representation

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Title

  • The Cold War : historiography, memory, representation

Summary

  • "This volume describes and analyzes the cultural history and representation of the Cold War from an international perspective. That innovative approach focuses on master narratives of the Cold War, places of memory, public and private memorialization, popular culture, and schoolbooks. These general themes are illustrated through a case study of Cold War memory in Berlin, which was a unique former center of Cold War confrontation and competition"--Provided by publisher.

Names

  • Etges, Andreas, editor of compilation.
  • Jarausch, Konrad Hugo, editor of compilation.
  • Ostermann, Christian F., editor of compilation.

Created / Published

  • Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter/Oldenbourg, [2017]

Contents

  • Konrad H. Jarausch, Christian F. Ostermann and Andreas Etges: Rethinking, representing, and remembering the Cold War : some cultural perspectives -- Siegfried Weichlein: Representation and recoding : interdisciplinary perspectives on Cold War cultures -- David Reynolds: Probing the Cold War narrative since 1945 : the case of Western Europe -- Vladimir O. Pechatnov: Changing Cold War interpretations in post-Soviet Russia -- Christopher R. Moran: Company confessions : the CIA, whistleblowers and Cold War revisionism -- Falk Pingel: The Cold War in history textbooks : a German-German, French and British comparison -- Paul Bleton: Machiavelli's angels hiding in plain sight : media culture and French spy fiction of the Cold War -- Christoph Classen: Enemies, spies, and the bomb : Cold War cinema in comparison : Germany and the US, 1948-1970 -- Jennifer Dickey: Remembering the American war in Vietnam -- Muriel Blaive: "The Cold War? I have it at home with my family" : memories of the 1948-1989 period beyond the Iron Curtain -- Wayne D. Cocroft: Protect and survive : Preserving and presenting the built Cold War heritage -- Hope M. Harrison: Berlin's Gesamtkonzept for remembering the Wall -- Sybille Frank: Competing for the best Wall memorial : The rise of a Cold War heritage industry in Berlin -- Hanno Hochmuth: Contested legacies : Cold War memory sites in Berlin.

Headings

  • -  Cold War in literature
  • -  Cold War in motion pictures
  • -  Cold War in popular culture
  • -  Cold War--Historiography
  • -  Cold War--Social aspects--Europe
  • -  Cold War--Social aspects--United States
  • -  Memory--Social aspects--Europe
  • -  Memory--Social aspects--Germany--Berlin
  • -  Memory--Social aspects--United States

Notes

  • -  Includes bibliographical references (page 300-301) and index.
  • -  Description based on print version record; resource not viewed.

Medium

  • 1 electronic resource (viii, 309 pages )

Call Number/Physical Location

  • D840

Digital Id

Library of Congress Control Number

  • 2019667919

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  • Unrestricted online access

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  • epub
  • pdf

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Chicago citation style:

Etges, Andreas Of Compilation, Konrad Hugo Of Compilation Jarausch, and Christian F. Of Compilation Ostermann, editor. The Cold War: historiography, memory, representation. [Berlin ; Boston: De Gruyter/Oldenbourg, 2017] Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/2019667919/.

APA citation style:

Etges, A. O. C., Jarausch, K. H. O. C. & Ostermann, C. F. O. C., editor. (2017) The Cold War: historiography, memory, representation. [Berlin ; Boston: De Gruyter/Oldenbourg] [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2019667919/.

MLA citation style:

Etges, Andreas Of Compilation, Konrad Hugo Of Compilation Jarausch, and Christian F. Of Compilation Ostermann, editor. The Cold War: historiography, memory, representation. [Berlin ; Boston: De Gruyter/Oldenbourg, 2017] Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2019667919/>.