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Exploring German-American Business Biographies through www.immigrantentrepreneurship.org

Exploring German-American Business Biographies through www.immigrantentrepreneurship.org

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Female Entrepreneurship in the United States

Female Entrepreneurship in the United States: German-American Businesswomen from the Nineteenth to the Twenty-First Century

Suggested framework for a short unit consisting of four sessions in an upper-level undergraduate/ graduate course in German-American Studies, Gender Studies, German-American History, Business and Entrepreneurship Studies Continue »

German-Jewish Immigrant Entrepreneurship in the United States
From the Beginning of the Nineteenth Century to the Post-World War II Era

German-Jewish Immigrant Entrepreneurship in the United States From the Beginning of the Nineteenth Century to the Post-World War II Era

Sample teaching plan for a multi-theme unit in an upper-level undergraduate course in American history, German history, Jewish history, ethnic studies, the history of migration, or immigrant entrepreneurship Continue »

Migration to America and German-Immigrant Entrepreneurship During the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries

Migration to America and German-Immigrant Entrepreneurship During the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries

Suggested framework for an intensive, five-session extra unit (45-minute class periods) for an advanced English class (Gymnasium) on the themes of Migration / Immigration to the U.S. / German Immigrants / Immigrant Biographies / The American Dream Continue »