Raising Germans in the Age of Empire: Youth and Colonial Culture, 1871-1914

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Bowersox has produced an excellent study of the colonial aspects of youth history. His book shows the surprising ways in which, already around 1900, German children's rooms and schools were globalised, indeed under the sign of colonialism. ( Dr. Joachim Zeller, freiburg-postkolonial.de)

The discussion of the production and texts of a new genre of colonial literature for the young provides a fresh perspective and a persuasive thesis. ( Marjorie Lamberti, German History)

employs an impressive array of textual, visual and material sources. ( Jan Broeker, European Review of History)

a thoroughly researched and well-structured study ( John David Smith, Canadian Journal of History)

This book provides a great deal of material... and provides stimulating suggestions for interpreting the colonial culture of Imperial Germany. ( Winfried Speitkamp, Recensio.net)

Raising Germans is an important contribution to the literature on the relationship between the colonial world and European society and offers a new perspective on the interplay between mass culture, modern pedagogy, and national and colonial interests. By viewing youth both as recipients of a new modern pedagogy and as agents in their own lives and education, Raising Germans contributes to discussions about youth agency. Raising Germans will be important to those interested in German colonial history, comparative colonial youth, and youth and gender. ( Michelle Mouton, The Journal of the History of Childhood and Youth)

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Bowersox has produced an excellent study of the colonial aspects of youth history. His book shows the surprising ways in which, already around 1900, German children's rooms and schools were globalised, indeed under the sign of colonialism. ( Dr. Joachim Zeller, freiburg-postkolonial.de)

The discussion of the production and texts of a new genre of colonial literature for the young provides a fresh perspective and a persuasive thesis. ( Marjorie Lamberti, German History)

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Bowersox, Jeff
Verlag: Oxford University Press, Oxford University Press (2013)
ISBN 10: 0199641099 ISBN 13: 9780199641093
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Buchbeschreibung Oxford University Press, Oxford University Press, 2013. Buchzustand: As New. xv 239p hardback, black dustjacket in excellent condition, a clean and bright copy, firm, like new. Artikel-Nr. PAB 184030

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