Friday, November 18 / 10:00 AM - 11:45 AM Dearborn 3 (Floor 7)

Session 71
Perspectives on German and U.S. Imperialism

Chair: Tim Gill, University of North Carolina Wilmington

1. A Nation Forged by Empire: The Hidden Legacy of German ColonialismMatthias Leanza, University of Basel.

2. A Flagship of Democracy: U.S. Deracialization of Empire in the Philippines and the Making of International Affairs, 1945-1947Katrina Quisumbing King, Northwestern University.

3. Love as Revolution, Murder as Praxis? Theorising Marxist Feminism in Pakistan through Akhtar Baloch’s Prison NarrativesUmaima Miraj, University of Toronto.

4. Austrian Military Border and the Romanians of Transylvania in 18th- 20th-CenturiesIoan Bolovan, Romanian Academy and Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca; Ioan Marius Eppel, Babes-Bolyai University, Romanian Academy.

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