Recreates from interviews the life stories of thirty-seven early twentieth century Eastern European Jewish immigrants to Montreal, Toronto, and Winnipeg. A gem of a book. A more consistent use of women's own writings, in the forms of letters, diaries, and family photographs, would have strengthened the author's goal of presenting everyday activities of everyday women, but this is a minor point. Louis World's Fair was a major event in early-twentieth-century America. Rydell revisits several fairs, highlighting the 1926 Philadelphia Sesquicentennial, the 1931 Paris Colonial Exposition, the 1933-34 Chicago Century of Progress Exposition, the 1935-36 San Diego California Pacific Exposition, the 1936 Dallas Texas Centennial Exposition, the 1937 Cleveland Great Lakes and International Exposition, the 1939-40 San Francisco Golden Gate International Exposition, the 1939-40 New York World's Fair, and the 1958 Brussels Universal Exposition.
James Gilbert asks: what can we learn about the lived experience of fairgoers when we compare historical accounts, individual and collective memories, and artifacts from the event? The 1984 book used a combination of an analytical technique and a specific food contaminant problem area per chapter each written by a specialist wh. Louis; diaries, oral histories, and other personal accounts; and a collection of striking photographs. The Fair has long served as a touchstone for historians interested in American culture prior to World War I and has endured in the memories of generations of St. This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations. In this elegant and sensitive look at the milieu of the World's Columbian Exposition of 1893, James Gilbert examines the three utopias that were designed to bring order to the chaos of urban life: The World's Fair itself, George Pullman's community for his workers, and Dwight Moody's evangelical crusade. It suggests that this emergence was bound up with the problem of classifying anthropological knowledge in material form in European and North American museums. A landmark work by a leading Weber scholar, Max Weber in America will fundamentally transform our understanding of this influential thinker and his place in the history of sociology and the social sciences.
Hoganson's book makes the home of the American of the post—Civil War era into a global product. Attracting millions of tourists, it exemplified the Victorian predilection for public spectacle. It has been the endeavour of its writer to compress into the space allotted to him an account of the cause, the origin, the history, and the constituents of those important means of transit, and though he has not been able. Attracting millions of tourists, it exemplified the Victorian predilection for public spectacle. The standardschange annually, and failure to stay up to date can affect businessstrategy and outcomes, especially when working internationally. Publishing for the first time a drawing made by Augustus Pitt-Rivers in England in 1882, this paper rethinks this proposition by making two arguments. This title asks: what can we learn about the lived experience of fairgoers when we compare historical accounts, individual and collective memories, and artifacts from the event? Gilbert attempts to raise broad theoretical issues about scholars' categories of analysis, such as historical recollection, experience, memory, and identity formation, to address how historians ascribe meaning to history.
Of course, there was the ominous shadow cast by the Cold War, but if anything, that just intensified the local focus and inwardness of life. Surprisingly little has really changed in a decade in terms of the public interest in food safety and the continued vigilance of Government in monitoring the food supply for contaminants. Author: James Burkhart Gilbert Publisher: Chicago ; London : University of Chicago Press, 2009. Louis; diaries, oral histories, and other personal accounts; and a collection of striking photographs. Embodying a manly empire of global dimensions, the canal was depicted in statues and a gigantic working replica, as well as on commemorative stamps, maps, murals, postcards, medals, and advertisements. Category: Political Science Author : Robert W. Max Weber in America carefully reconstructs this important episode in Weber's career, and shows how the subsequent critical reception of Weber's work was as American a story as the trip itself.
Exploring these differing, at times competing, versions of history and memory prompts Gilbert to dig through a trove of archival material. From this dazzling array of sources, Gilbert paints a lively picture of how fairgoers spent their time, while also probing the ways history and memory can complement each other. His famous detective character Eugéne Valmont, fashioned after Sherlock Holmes, is said to be the inspiration behind Agatha Christie's Hercule Poirot. Hoganson's analysis of how global consumerist practices defined boundaries while being culturally promoted as expanding or even eliminating boundaries, is well done. We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections, have elected to bring it back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide. From this dazzling array of sources, Gilbert paints a lively picture of how fairgoers spent their time, while also probing the ways history and memory can complement each other.
Cases are used extensively throughout the book, simulating a specific hedging strategy from its inception to maturity following a common pattern. The Fair has long served as a touchstone for historians interested in American culture prior to World War I and has endured in the memories of generations of St. Contents: Fair itineraries: experience, memory, and the history of the fair -- Making history -- Making memories -- Making images -- Mrs -- Wilkins dances -- The beholder's eye: making experience -- Making identities. Factual, archival scholarship intersects with Gilbert's analytic and interpretive powers. In this respect, the anthropological problem of organizing knowledge in material form is still with us, but with a new challenge: How adequate are our current forms of disciplinary historiography for the use of material evidence? Louis World Fair meant to its diverse groups of visitors, and, finally, a profound meditation on the intersection of experience, memory, and history.
Offering a fresh perspective on the networks of governing institutions, political groups, and political actors that influence the structure of American racial politics, King and Smith identify three distinct periods of opposing racial policy coalitions in American history. This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible. Wilkins, the expressions on their faces in the photo, what a good missionary should and should not teach a recently-conquered people, and the fact that the photo title gives her a name but him a categorization. I suspect 'they' and you know who I mean, of course will take care of this lone writer any day now. Topics addressed at the conference include the issue of nationality of physical and legal persons, the requirements for substantive and continuous nationality, as well as the issue of nationality in derivative actions and indirect claims. Attracting millions of tourists, it exemplified the Victorian predilection for public spectacle. An enlarging imperial power meant that the styles and materials of the world's dress were available to the consuming American woman.