The U.S. South and Europe : transatlantic relations in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries / edited by Cornelis A. van Minnen and Manfred Berg.

Lexington, Kentucky : University Press of Kentucky, [2013]
307 pages ; 24 cm


New directions in southern history
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Southerners abroad: Europe and the cultural encounter, 1830-1895 / William A. Link
  • Alexis de Tocqueville and three German travel accounts on the antebellum South and New Orleans / Thomas Clark
  • The German forty-eighters' critique of the U.S. South, 1850-1861 / Daniel Nagel
  • "In the days of her power and glory": visions of Venice in antebellum Charleston / Kathleen Hilliard
  • Elizabethan dreams, Victorian nightmares: antebellum South Carolina's future through an English looking glass / Lawrence T. McDonnell
  • Slavery or independence: the Confederate dilemma in Europe / Don H. Doyle
  • The lynching of Southern Europeans in the Southern United States: the plight of Italian immigrants in Dixie / Stefano Luconi
  • Southern politicians, British reformers, and Ida B. Wells's 1893-1894 transatlantic antilynching campaign / Sarah L. Silkey
  • Transatlantic fundamentalism: southern preachers in London's pulpits during World War I / William R. Glass
  • Europeans interpret the American South of the Civil War era: how British and French critics received The Birth of a Nation (1915) and Gone with the Wind (1939) / Melvyn Stokes
  • Gunnar Myrdal and Arthur Raper in the Jim Crow South / Louis Mazzari
  • Explaining Jim Crow to German prisoners of war: the impact of the South on the World War II reeducation program / Matthias Reiss
  • Britain, the American South, and the wide civil rights movement / Clive Webb
  • Resisting the wind of change: the citizens' councils and European decolonization / Daniel Geary and Jennifer Sutton.
Other title(s)
United States South and Europe
  • 9780813143088 (hardcover : alk. paper)
  • 081314308X (hardcover : alk. paper)
  • 9780813143194 (pdf)
  • 0813143195 (pdf)
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