How were efforts to secure US and Polish-Lithuanian independence linked in the Age of Atlantic revolution? And in what ways were attempts to free slaves and emancipate peasants connected? Richard Butterwick-Pawlikowski takes us on a transatlantic journey with Tadeusz Kościuszko at the helm
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https://frictions.europeamerica.de/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/imago0101906841h-scaled.jpg 1707 2560 Richard Butterwick-Pawlikowski https://frictions.europeamerica.de/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/LogoSCREA-RGB_engl-1030x229.png Richard Butterwick-Pawlikowski2022-08-10 10:17:482022-12-09 15:43:16Tadeusz Kościuszko, Poland-Lithuania and the Age of Atlantic Revolutions
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Was a kosher butcher with a US passport in small-town Croatia part of an international human trafficking ring? Or was he really enjoying the healthy waters? Ulf Brunnbauer explores a life story to consider migration, border and identity regimes in modern Europe and the Americas.
https://frictions.europeamerica.de/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/imago0111090274m.jpg 666 1000 Chloé Chaudet https://frictions.europeamerica.de/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/LogoSCREA-RGB_engl-1030x229.png Chloé Chaudet2021-07-28 14:24:132021-09-21 20:29:30Transatlantic Circulations of Conspiracy Fiction: From Europe to the United States
Conspiracy theories are often in the (fake) news today. Although they are closer to fiction than reality, Chloé Chaudet, a recent visiting researcher at the ScienceCampus, shows that cultural and literary studies lack the tools to develop a transmedial narratology of conspiracy discourses which could investigate them in their historical and transatlantic dimensions.