In an effort to assist your institution in making decisions in this area, we have, at your request, surveyed the secondary historical literature on the Americanization movement of the early years of the 20th century, as well as some published accounts of the Americanizers themselves, and offer here an assessment and analysis of that historical experience and its implications for contemporary policymaking on immigrants and their assimilation. Such massive immigration has not been experienced in the United States since the three decades prior to World War I, a situation almost no one alive today can remember.
The Masses Romanticism and Revolution This political cartoon by James Gillray illustrates the difference between opposing political views of the French Revolution by contrasting a dignified British freedom with the events of the Reign of Terror, or the rule of fear masquerading as liberty.
The French Revolution is widely recognized as one of the most influential events of late eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century Europe, with far reaching consequences in political, cultural, social, and literary arenas.
It is in this resistance to monarchy, religion, and social difference that Enlightenment ideals of equality, citizenship, and human rights were manifested.
These beliefs had profound influence on the Romantic poets. The Revolution affected first- and second-generation Romantics in different ways.
Wordsworth famously chronicled his response to the war in his Preludealthough the relevant passages were not published in full until after his death in Shelley, for instance, portrays rebellious events in poems such as Prometheus UnboundSwellfoot the Tyrantand Hellasyet he avoids direct representation of revolutionary action through a mythological framework.
This framework, according to Jeffrey Cox, serves a two-fold purpose: Shelley, above all, sought to promote the ideals of liberty and equality through non-violent revolution.Muslim Secularisms in the European Context nation-states in- the-making.¹⁰ Attempts by post-Ottoman political entrepreneurs to agitate for national unity and to ‘secure the state’ were the liveliest in compo- site areas, where religious, ethnic and national belonging remained the most fluid.
And ten years later, in the essay on "The Poet" he cast his belief into the form of a challenge which has become a landmark in our cultural history: Time and nature yield us many gifts, but not yet the timely man, the new religion, the reconciler, whom all things await.
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Werner Kamppeter. Lessons of European Integration.
April European history is an almost incessant stream of blood, misery and destruction – within Europe itself and elsewhere in the world.
The birth of Syed Ahmad Khan occurred in the well-known city of Delhi on 17th October Born as the son of Muttaqi and the grandson of an emigrant from Afghanistan, this renowned personage was a ‘Syed’, the word suggesting that he was Prophet Mohamed’s descendant in the 36th generation.
European literature had borrowed from the “ancient literatures of the Orient, of Greece, and of Rome,” it was imperative for the “his- In an influen- tial text tellingly titled “La littérature européenne,” the great In an early essay, “The Comparative Study of Literature,” Arthur Richmond Marsh attempted to .