The colonial u-turn: Why Poland is not Germany’s India
History and Philosophy
American, Polish, and German authors take up the notion of “cultural landscapes” to examine the areas of Eastern Europe where Germans lived up to the end of the Second World War. They explore “landscape” as the projection surface of human imagination and remembrance with reference to commemoration studies, “spatial research” in cultural studies, and postcolonial studies. [Publisher's description]
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Kauffman, J. (2015). The colonial u-turn: Why Poland is not Germany’s India. In A. Demshuk & T. Weger (Eds.), Cultural landscapes: Transatlantische Perspektiven auf Wirkungen und Auswirkungen Deutscher Kultur und Geschichteim östlichen Europa (pp. 49–68). München, Germany: De Gruyter Oldenbourg.
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