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Transatlantic Perspectives

Series Editors: Christoph Irmscher, Indiana University Bloomington and Christof Mauch, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München.

While standard historical accounts are still structured around nation states, Transatlantic Perspectives provides a framework for the discussion of topics and issues such as knowledge transfer, migration, and mutual influence in politics, society, education, film, and literature. Committed to the presentation of European views on America as well as American views on Europe, Transatlantic Perspectives offers room for the publication of both primary texts and critical analyses. While the series puts the Atlantic World at center stage, it also aims to take global developments into account.

Submissions

The editors welcome completed and partial manuscripts as well as well-crafted proposals that fit the general parameters of the series. They place a high premium on readability and encourage authors toemploy a wide range of cultural and theoretical perspectives. Please visit the Info for Authors section of this web site for the submission process. All submissions should be sent to Adam Capitanio.

Volume 4

U.S. FOREIGN POLICY AND THE OTHER

Edited by Michael Patrick Cullinane and David Ryan

Volume 3

FROM FIDELITY TO HISTORY

Film Adaptations as Cultural Events in the Twentieth Century

Anne-Marie Scholz

Volume 2

WOMEN OF TWO COUNTRIES

German-American Women, Women's Rights and Nativism, 1848-1890

Michaela Bank

Volume 1

JOURNEY THROUGH AMERICA

Wolfgang Koeppen
Translated and with an Introduction by Michael Kimmage