John R. Davis, Ph.D. Glasgow, is Professor of History and International Relations at Kingston University, London. Publications include The Victorians and Germany (Lang, 2007).
Stefan Manz, Ph.D. Durham, is Senior Lecturer in German at Aston University, Birmingham, and a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society. Publications include Migranten und Internierte. Deutsche in Glasgow, 1864-1918 (Steiner, 2003).
Margrit Schulte Beerbüh, Ph.D. Düsseldorf, is Senior Lecturer (Privatdozent) in Modern History at Düsseldorf University. Publications include Deutsche Kaufleute in London. Welthandel und Einbürgerung 1660-1818 (Oldenbourg, 2007).
Both specialist and general readers interested in migration studies, imperial history, network and transfer theories, Anglo-German relations, and global history.
Table of contents
Notes on Contributors
Introduction: Germans in the British Empire, John R. Davis, Margrit Schulte Beerbühl, and Stefan Manz
Migration and Business Ventures: German-speaking Migrants and Commercial Networks in the Eighteenth-Century British Atlantic World, Mark Häberlein
German Merchants and the British Empire during the Eighteenth Century, Margrit Schulte Beerbühl
German Overseas Interests in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Britain, Ulrike Kirchberger
Friedrich Max Müller and the British Empire: A German Philologer and Imperial Culture in the Nineteenth Century, John R. Davis
Sugarbakers, Farmers, Goldminers: From Hanover via London to New Zealand, Horst Rössler
Agents of Transnationalism: German-Canadian Immigration Agents in the Second Half of the the Nineteenth Century, Angelika Sauer
‘The Core of This Dark Continent’: Ludwig Leichhardt’s Australian Explorations, Angus Nicholls
Promoting the German Navy in the British Empire: The Central League for German Navy Clubs Abroad, 1898-1918, Stefan Manz