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Offering a much-needed report on the academic study of U.S. history in Europe, this collection of essays provides a historical overview of its development in 13 European countries. It offers insight into the possible connections between governmental policies on both sides of the Atlantic, popular interest, student demand, and individual scholars' commitment to this academic pursuit. These essays also contribute towards a better understanding of the complex ways in which European historians of the United States have navigated the differentand often conflictingdemands, constraints, and opportunities that arise from their official job descriptions and various institutional affiliations.
About the Author
Cornelis A. van Minnen and Sylvia L. Hilton are the coeditors of Political Repression in U.S. History.