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Not So Plain As Black and White Afro-german Culture and History, 1890-2000 (Paperback)

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Not So Plain As Black and White Mazon, Patricia M. (EDT)/ Steingrover, Reinhild (EDT)/ Berman, Russell (FRW) 1 of 1
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1580463347
ISBN-13: 9781580463348
Sku: 211303971
Publish Date: 10/1/2009
Pages:  247
 
An exploration of the subject of Afro-Germans, which, in recent years has captured the interest of scholars across the humanities for providing insight into contemporary Germany''s transformation into a multicultural society.
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Since the Middle Ages, Africans have lived in Germany as slaves and scholars, guest workers and refugees. After Germany became a unified nation in 1871, it acquired several African colonies but lost them after World War I. Children born of German mothers and African fathers during the French occupation of Germany were persecuted by the Nazis. After World War II, many children were born to African American GIs stationed in Germany and German mothers. Today there are 500,000 Afro-Germans in Germany out of a population of 80 million. Nevertheless, German society still sees them as "foreigners," assuming they are either African or African American but never German. In recent years, the subject of Afro-Germans has captured the interest of scholars across the humanities for several reasons. Looking at Afro-Germans allows us to see another dimension of the nineteenth- and early twentieth-century ideas of race that led to the Holocaust. Furthermore, the experience of Afro-Germans provides insight into contemporary Germany's transformation, willing or not, into a multicultural society. The volume breaks new ground not only by addressing the topic of Afro-Germans but also by combining scholars from many disciplines. Patricia Mazon is associate professor in the Department of History at the State University of New York at Buffalo. Reinhild Steingrover is assistant professor in the Department of Humanities at the Eastman School of Music at the University of Rochester.
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Product attributeBook Format:   Paperback
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0247
Product attributePublisher:   University of Rochester Press
Product attributeSeries Part:   19
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