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Travelling Goods, Travelling Moods

Varieties of Cultural Appropriation (1850-1950)

Looking at cultural appropriation from around the world, this volume uses the field of cultural studies—heavily influenced by both economics and sociology—as a lens through which to view the paradigm of transcultural consumption. The editors present a variety of consumptive phenomena including: the introduction of Chinese foods to the United States, Ford cars in Germany, and American schoolbooks in the Philippines. Rejecting the idea that these interactions were simply forms of “Americanization,” Travelling Goods, Travelling Moods fills a gap in consumer studies and enriches the debate about cultural transfer.


261 pages | 5 1/2 x 8 3/8 | © 2012

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Table of Contents

Preface

Theory
Cultural Appropriation: Power, Transformation, and Tradition
      Hans Peter Hahn
Appropriating Food
Introduction
      Doris Feldmann
Cook at Home in Chinese: Mediating Chinese Food for American Kitchens
      Sonja Weishaupt
How the Germans did not Appropriate Fish and Chips: the Case of the Fischbratküche in the 1920s and 1930s
      Ole Sparenberg
German Sausage for the British Cuisine: Migration and Cultural Appropriation
      Margrit Schulte Beerbühl
Appropriating Books
Introduction
      Susanne Scholz
American Dime Novels on the German Market: the Role of Gatekeepers
      Christian Huck
Appropriating America? American Schoolbooks in Philippine Classrooms, 1900–1912
      Olivia Anne M. Habana
Network of Texts: H. C. Andersen and the Transnationalization of Literature
      Frederike Felcht
Appropriating Machines
Introduction
      Carsten Schinko
Ford in Interwar Berlin: Perception and Appropriation
      Stefan Bauernschmidt
The Dual Nature of Technology: Automotive Ignition Systems and the Evolution of the Car
      Gijs Mom
Ghost in the Machine: Mechanization in a Philippine Frontier, 1898–1941
      Patricia Irene Dacudao
Theory Revisited
Trans-Cultural Appropriation
      Christian Huck and Stefan Bauernschmidt

Authors
Index

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