Anglo-German scholarly networks in the long nineteenth century

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  • Anglo-German Scholarly Networks explores a wide range of scholarly and scientific connections between Britain and Germany from the late eighteenth century to the interwar years.


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  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • English


  • Introduction / Ulrike Kirchberger -- Part 1. Institutional infrastructures -- Enlightened networks : Anglo-German collaboration in classical scholarship / Heather Ellis -- Higher education reform and the German model : a Victorian discourse / John Davis -- Part 2. Science and society -- Intersecting Anglo-German networks in popular science and their functions in the late nineteenth century / Angela Schwarz -- German methods, English morals : physiological networks and the question of callousness, c. 1870-81 / Rob Boddice -- Part 3. Colonial contexts -- Anglo-German networks of Antarctic exploration around 1900 / Pascal Schillings -- Anglo-German anthropology in the Malay Archipelago, 1869-1910 : Adolf Bernhard Meyer, Alfred Russel Wallace and A.C. Haddon / Hilary Howes -- Part 4. Institutions and identities -- Wissenschaft des Judentums and Jewish cultural transfer in nineteenth-century Anglo-German networks / Gregor Pelger -- "Intercourse with foreign philosophers" : Anglo-German collaboration and the British Association for the Advancement of Science, 1870-1914 / Heather Ellis -- Part 5. War and peace -- Idealism as transnational war philosophy, 1914-1918 / Peter Hoeres -- Rekindling contact : Anglo-German academic exchange after the First world war / Tara Windsor
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