SAHS REVIEW

CONTENTS - 2017

VOLUME 53


ISSUE 1 (February)

Herman, Bryan K. & Axel Fair-Schulz, "A Chasm Between Two Vanguards: Near Encounters of Russian Émigré Marxists and Dadaism in Switzerland."

Swiss American Historical Society Review. Feb2017, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p1-16. 

[Article]

Fair-Schulz, Laura L. M. & William E. Herman, "Privilege as Blind Spot: Carl Jung, The Red Book, and the 'Collective Unconscious.'"

Swiss American Historical Society Review. Feb2017, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p17-35. 

[Article]

Page, Dwight, "Zurich and the Birth of French Surrealism."

Swiss American Historical Society Review. Feb2017, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p36-57. 

[Article]

Purtschert, Patricia and Harald Fischer-Tiné, eds., Colonial Switzerland: Rethinking Colonialism from the Margins.

[Book Review by Katie Bruton]

Swiss American Historical Society Review. Feb2017, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p58-60. 

Schelbert, Leo, Historical Dictionary of Switzerland, 2nd Edition. 

[Book Review by Rob Sherwood

Swiss American Historical Society Review. Feb2017, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p61-62. 

"Fifty Third SAHS Annual Meeting." 

Swiss American Historical Society Review. Feb2017, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p63-83. 

[Minutes and Reports] 

Abstract: The article includes changes to the by-laws of the Swiss American Historical Society (SAHS) in 2017. These changes include officers of the Society being elected to three-year terms, one or several Publications Editors being appointed by the President in consultation with other officers, and the publicity manager being appointed by the President in consultation with other officers.

ISSUE 2 (June) 

Ahmad, C. Naseer, "The Gotthard Base Tunnel in a Historical Perspective."

Swiss American Historical Society Review. Jun2017, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p1-30. 

[Article] 

Winkler, Albert, "'The Clamor of the People:' Popular Support for the Persecution of Jews in Switzerland and Germany at the Approach of the Black Death, 1348-50."

Swiss American Historical Society Review. Jun2017, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p31-61. 

[Article]

Page, Dwight, "From the Swiss Protestant Reformation to the Golden Age of Political Theory in the Geneva of Voltaire: The Birth of Modern Democracy."

Swiss American Historical Society Review. Jun2017, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p63-97. 

[Article] 

King, Steven and Anne Winter, Migration, Settlement and Belonging in Europe 1500-1930s.

[Book Review by William P. Kladky]

Swiss American Historical Society Review. Jun2017, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p98-101. 

Maag, Karin, Lifting Hearts to the Lord: Worship with John Calvin in Sixteenth-Century Geneva.

[Book Review by Chris Shively]

Swiss American Historical Society Review. Jun2017, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p102-103. 

ISSUE 3 (November)

Vogelsanger, David, "A Swiss Artist, an Iconic American General and an Ambitious Federal Councilor."

Swiss American Historical Society Review. Nov2017, Vol. 53 Issue 3, p1-26. 

[Article]
Abstract (from author):

The Swiss Confederation owns two great paintings of American history. And Federal Councilor Jakob Dubs saw a future for his country as a European central power with its own fleet. The two stories are linked. David Vogelsanger tells how. 

Brändle, Fabian, "Gottfried Egger and Johann Rütschi: Two Reports of Swiss Emigrants Returning From the United States."

Swiss American Historical Society Review. Nov2017, Vol. 53 Issue 3, p27-44. 

[Article] 

Abstract: An introduction is presented in which the author talks about the topics including transatlantic migrations of Europeans, Swiss transoceanic migration, and relationship between poverty and social mobility.

Steinach, Adelrich, "Swiss in Washington, D.C. to Late 1887: A Report."

Swiss American Historical Society Review. Nov2017, Vol. 53 Issue 3, p45-71. 27p.

[Historical Report]

Abstract by the author:

Washington in the District of Columbia, the seat of the Government of the United States, is not yet 100 years old and, according to the census, counts 215,000 inhabitants. On 18 September 1793 President Washington himself laid the cornerstone of the Capitol, and in the year 1800 the seat of government was moved from Philadelphia to there. Most of the some 150 Swiss living here [in 1887] are either officials of the United States or the Swiss Embassy, and but a few are engaged in business. 

Wells, Robert, "An 1880s Invitation to Buy Land in East Missouri and in Arkansas: Zur Beachtung für Landbauer … Ankauf von Land."

Swiss American Historical Society Review. Nov2017, Vol. 53 Issue 3, p72-86. 

[Historical Report] 

Church, Clive. Political Change in Switzerland: From Stability to Uncertainty. 

[Book Review by Kevin Cronin

Swiss American Historical Society Review. Nov2017, Vol. 53 Issue 3, p87-90. 

 

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