Table of contents for The human tradition in modern Europe, 1750 to the present / edited by Cora Granata and Cheryl Koos.

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Cheryl A. Koos and Cora Granata
1 The French Revolution
Defining the Nation: The Abbé Grégoire and the Problem of Diversity in the French 
Alyssa Goldstein Sepinwall
2 The Age of Reaction and Revolutions in the Early Nineteenth Century
Arnold Ruge: Radicalism in a Reactionary Society
Karin Breuer
3 Industrialization and the Rise of Marxism
The World of Textile Work: French Industrial Workers and the Labor Movement
Helen Harden Chenut
4 Victorian Culture and Travel Writing
Alison Cunningham: Victorian Leisure Travel, Religious Identity, and the Grand Tour 
Journal of a Domestic Servant
Michele Strong
5 New Imperialism
Strategies of Inclusion: Lajpat Rai and the Critique of British Raj
Robert A. McLain
6 Fin de Siècle Culture and the New Woman
Colette: The New Woman Takes the Stage in Belle Époque France
Patricia Tilburg
7 World War I and Literary Responses
"All Quiet" on the Don and the Western Front: Mikhail Sholokhov and Erich Maria 
Remarque Respond to World War I
Karen Petrone
8 Russian Revolution and the Soviet Union
"Ask the Doctor!": Peasants and Medical-Sexual Advice in Riazon Province, 1925¿1928
Stephen P. Frank
9 Italian Fascism
In the Name of an Italian Widow: Nationalism, Patriotism, and Gender in Mussolini's 
Fascist Italy
Maura E. Hametz
10 Nazism and the Holocaust
The Herbert Baum Groups: Networks of Jewish, Leftist, and Youth Resistance in the 
Third Reich
John Cox
11 De-colonization and Post-colonial Memory
Imperialists without an Empire: Cercles Coloniaux and Colonial Culture in Belgium after 
Matthew G. Stanard
12 Americanization and Postwar Modernization
Adriano Olivetti: Agent of the Italian-American Exchange in the Postwar Years
Paolo Scrivano
13 1968 Youth Revolts
Ab-Normalization: The Plastic People of the Universe and the Soviet Invasion of 
Michael Kilburn
14 1989 and the Collapse of the Soviet Bloc
Why not all Germans Celebrated the Fall of the Berlin Wall: East German Jews and the 
Collapse of Communism
Cora Granata
About the Editors

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Europe -- History.
Europe -- Social conditions.
Europe -- Civilization.