Collaborative Public Diplomacy

Collaborative Public Diplomacy

How Transnational Networks Influenced American Studies in Europe

Book - 2013
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"During the early Cold War, the complex relationship between communities in Europe and the United States was of concern to those on both sides of the Atlantic. Using archival research and recorded interviews, this book charts the development of American Studies in Europe during that period. It demonstrates how negotiations took place through a network of relationships among state bureaucracy, philanthropic foundations, and European scholars. Each interaction within this network had the potential to change the odds of a particular outcome occurring. Through analysis of these interactions, the book identifies factors which are influential in the conduct of successful collaborative public diplomacy and draws lessons for public diplomacy in an age when communities are connected through multi-hub, multi-directional networks"--
Publisher: New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 2013
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780230338968
Branch Call Number: D1065.U5 F57 2013
Characteristics: xi, 260 pages ; 23 cm


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