Reconstruction in a globalizing world / David Prior, editor.

As one of the most complexly divisive periods in American history, Reconstruction has been the subject of a rich scholarship. Historians have studied the period's racial views, political maneuverings, divisions between labor and capital, debates about woman suffrage, and of course its struggle...

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Prior, David (College teacher), (Editor)
Format: Book
Published: New York : Fordham University Press, 2018.
Edition:First edition.
Series:Reconstructing America (Series)
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Foreword / Ian Tyrrell
  • Introduction / David Prior
  • 1. Our South American cousin : Domingo F. Sarmiento and education in Argentina and the United States / Evan C. Rothera
  • 2. Liberia College and transatlantic ideologies of race and education, 1860-1880 / Matthew J. Hetrick
  • 3. Transatlantic liberalism : radical Republicans and the British Reform Act of 1867 / Mitchell Snay
  • 4. The arms scandal of 1870-1872 : immigrant liberal Republicans and America's place in the world / Alison Clark Efford
  • 5. "The failure of the men to come up" : the reinvention of Irish-American nationalism / Caleb Richardson
  • 6. Incorporating German Texas : immigrant nation-building in the Southwest / Julia Brookins
  • 7. Reconstruction, from transatlantic polyseme to historiographical quandary / David Prior
  • Afterword : the possibilities of Reconstruction's global history / Frank Towers.