Hannah Arendt and the Uses of History: Imperialism, Nation, Race, and Genocide

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Berghahn Books, 2007 - Всего страниц: 282
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Hannah Arendt (1906-1975) first argued that there were continuities between the age of European imperialism and the age of fascism in Europe in The Origins of Totalitarianism (1951). She claimed that theories of race, notions of racial and cultural superiority, and the right of 'superior races' to expand territorially were themes that connected the white settler colonies, the other imperial possessions, and the fascist ideologies of post-Great War Europe. These claims have rarely been taken up by historians. Only in recent years has the work of scholars such as Jürgen Zimmerer and A. Dirk Moses begun to show in some detail that Arendt was correct.

This collection does not seek merely to expound Arendt's opinions on these subjects; rather, it seeks to use her insights as the jumping-off point for further investigations - including ones critical of Arendt - into the ways in which race, imperialism, slavery and genocide are linked, and the ways in which these terms have affected the United States, Europe, and the colonised world.

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Introduction
1
CHAPTER I
21
CHAPTER 2
38
CHAPTER 3
54
CHAPTER 4
68
CHAPTER 5
87
CHAPTER 6
109
AntiSemitism the Bourgeoisie and the SelfDestruction of
130
CHAPTER 10
191
CHAPTER 11
205
CHAPTER 12
217
CHAPTER 13
232
CONCLUSION
242
Arendt between Past and Future
250
Select Bibliography
262
Contributors
271

CHAPTER 8
147
CHAPTER 9
173

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Richard H. King has taught in the School of American and Canadian Studies at the University of Nottingham since 1983. He is the author of The Party of Eros (1972), A Southern Renaissance (1980), Civil Rights and the Idea of Freedom (1992), Race, Culture and the Intellectuals, 1940-1970 (2004), and has co-edited Dixie Debates (1995) with Helen Taylor.

Dan Stone is Professor of Modern History at Royal Holloway, University of London. He is the author of Breeding Superman: Nietzsche, Race and Eugenics in Edwardian and Interwar Britain (2002), Constructing the Holocaust: A Study in Historiography (2003), and Responses to Nazism in Britain, 1933-39: Before the War and Holocaust (2003).

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