Germany and America
Essays in Honor of Gerald R. Kleinfeld
Edited by Wolfgang-Uwe Friedrich
324 pages, 8 illus.
ISBN 978-1-57181-274-2 $120.00/£85.00 Hb Published (October 2001)
"The contributors excel in explaining the cmplex relations between Germany and the United States and in examining the multifaceted mindset of Germans themselves ... impressively researched and well-presented." · German Studies Review
Leading experts on German-American relations, German politics and German Studies from both sides of the Atlantic are contributing to this volume in honor of Gerry Kleinfeld, founder and executive director of the German Studies Association, founder and long-time editor of the German Studies Review. The essays cover a broad spectrum of German-American political, economic, and cultural relations, offering an up-to-date survey of recent developments in this highly topical field.
Wolfgang-Uwe Friedrich is Vice-President of the University of Hildesheim and Chair of the German-American Research Group (DAAD).
Subject: General History
Area: Germany North America
LC: E183.8.G3 G478 2001
BISAC: POL011000 POLITICAL SCIENCE/International Relations/General; HIS014000 HISTORY/Europe/Germany; HIS036000 HISTORY/United States/General
BIC: JPS International relations; HB History