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Question 1-What are the benefits of learning about non-US opinion about and influence upon the United States? What are the challenges? Reference this week’s lecture and at least two other sources in your post. Texts: American Identities: An Introductory Textbook, Lois P. Rudnick (Editor), Judith E. Smith (Editor), Rachel Lee Rubin (Editor) .Wiley-Blackwell (2005 ISBN-10: 0631234322 Dissent in America, Concise Edition, Ralph Young, Prentice Hall, Concise edition (2008) ? ISBN-10: 0205625894 Lecture: How Other See Us, and what we can learn: Global Agenda 2011 http://udcapture.udel.edu/podcast/watch?c=432 At the University of Delaware’s Global Agenda program on February 23, 2011, publisher of The Globalist Stephan Richter toured the world, offering Americans a view of how differently they are perceived abroad in political, cultural and economic terms. Question 2- The Cold War is often presented as a two-sided world view lasting from 1945-1991. Does that binary explanation and periodization hold up in a post-modern world? What are the advantages and limitations of the traditional narrative?

Question 1-What are the benefits of learning about non-US opinion about and influence upon the United States? What are the challenges?
Reference this week’s lecture and at least two other sources in your post.

Texts:

American Identities: An Introductory Textbook, Lois P. Rudnick (Editor), Judith E. Smith (Editor), Rachel Lee Rubin (Editor) .Wiley-Blackwell (2005 ISBN-10: 0631234322

Dissent in America, Concise Edition, Ralph Young, Prentice Hall, Concise edition (2008) ? ISBN-10: 0205625894

Lecture:
How Other See Us, and what we can learn: Global Agenda 2011 http://udcapture.udel.edu/podcast/watch?c=432

At the University of Delaware’s Global Agenda program on February 23, 2011, publisher of The Globalist Stephan Richter toured the world, offering Americans a view of how differently they are perceived abroad in political, cultural and economic terms.

 

Question 2-
The Cold War is often presented as a two-sided world view lasting from 1945-1991. Does that binary explanation and periodization hold up in a post-modern world? What are the advantages and limitations of the traditional narrative?

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