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dc.contributor.authorPATEL, Kiran Klaus
dc.description.abstractComparing the rise of transnational history in the United States and Germany is difficult, mainly because of the many connections between these historiographies. Still, the article argues that the paths into a transnational historiography were quite different on both sides of the Atlantic. Apart from similarities and connections, the text therefore highlights the intellectual as well as institutional differences of the debates in the U.S.A. and Germany.en
dc.relation.ispartofseriesHarvard University Center for European Studies Working Paper Seriesen
dc.title"Transnations" among "Transnations"? The Debate on Transnational History in the US and Germanyen
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