As an historical introduction to the field of German-American studies, this book describes the role of the University of Cincinnati, its German-American Studies Program, and its German-Americana Collection.
New York, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt/M., Oxford, Wien, 2001. VII, 168 pp.
The Author: Don Heinrich Tolzmann, Curator of the German-Americana Collection and Director of the German-American Studies
Program at the University of Cincinnati, has played a leading role in creating national and international awareness of the
important – but long neglected – role played by German-Americans in the development of the American way of life.