Table of contents for An Interrupted past : German-speaking refugee historians in the United States after 1933 / edited by Hartmut Lehmann and James J. Sheehan.

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Preface Hartmut Lehmann
Introduction James J. Sheehan
Part I: 1. German and American historiography in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries Ernst Schulin
2. German historiography during the Weimar Republic and the Emigre historians Wolfgang J. Mommsen
3. The historical seminar of the University of Berlin in the 1920s Felix Gilbert
Part II: 4. Refugee historians in America: pre-emigration Germany to 1939 Michael H. Kater
5. The German refugee historians and American institutions of higher learning Karen J. Greenberg
6. Everyday life and emigration: the role of women Sibylle Quack
7. The special case of Austrian refugee historians M. Fellner
8. Refugee historians in the United States Catherine Epstein
9. German historians in the Office of Strategic Services Barry Katz
10. The refugee scholar as intellectual educator: a student's recollections Carl E. Schorske
Part III: 11. German emigre historians in America: the fifties, sixties, and seventies Kenneth Barkin
12. The Americanisation of Hajo Holborn Otto Pflanze
13. Explaining history: Hans Rosenberg Hanna Schissler
14. Ernst Kantorowicz and Theodor E. Mommsen Ralph E. Lerner
15. Refugee historians and the German historical profession between 1950 and 1970 Winfried Schulze.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Historians United States Congresses, Historians Germany Congresses, Historians Austria Congresses, Political refugees United States Congresses, Political refugees Germany Congresses, Political refugees Austria Congresses, Historiography United States History 20th century Congresses, German Americans Congresses