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From Migrant Knowledge to Fugitive Knowledge? German Migrants and Knowledge Production in Guatemala, 1880s – 1945

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Authors and Corporations: Penny, H. Glenn
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abstract <p>German migration to Guatemala was closely tied to the rise of coffee capitalism. Yet German migrants also built businesses, established families, founded schools, interacted with other Guatemalans, and produced a great deal of local knowledge that fed German, Guatemalan, and international science. That knowledge also shaped businesses, helped transform Guatemalan landscapes, and affected children's worldviews. This essay highlights those contributions and underscores the interconnections between the fates of migrants and the knowledge they produced. It also engages current debates about German migrants, who have become ciphers for the best and worst aspects of Guatemalan modernity.</p>
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description <p>German migration to Guatemala was closely tied to the rise of coffee capitalism. Yet German migrants also built businesses, established families, founded schools, interacted with other Guatemalans, and produced a great deal of local knowledge that fed German, Guatemalan, and international science. That knowledge also shaped businesses, helped transform Guatemalan landscapes, and affected children's worldviews. This essay highlights those contributions and underscores the interconnections between the fates of migrants and the knowledge they produced. It also engages current debates about German migrants, who have become ciphers for the best and worst aspects of Guatemalan modernity.</p>
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spelling Penny, H. Glenn 0340-613X Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht GmbH & Co. KG https://www.jstor.org/stable/26381962 <p>German migration to Guatemala was closely tied to the rise of coffee capitalism. Yet German migrants also built businesses, established families, founded schools, interacted with other Guatemalans, and produced a great deal of local knowledge that fed German, Guatemalan, and international science. That knowledge also shaped businesses, helped transform Guatemalan landscapes, and affected children's worldviews. This essay highlights those contributions and underscores the interconnections between the fates of migrants and the knowledge they produced. It also engages current debates about German migrants, who have become ciphers for the best and worst aspects of Guatemalan modernity.</p> From Migrant Knowledge to Fugitive Knowledge? German Migrants and Knowledge Production in Guatemala, 1880s – 1945 Geschichte und Gesellschaft
spellingShingle Penny, H. Glenn, Geschichte und Gesellschaft, From Migrant Knowledge to Fugitive Knowledge? German Migrants and Knowledge Production in Guatemala, 1880s – 1945
title From Migrant Knowledge to Fugitive Knowledge? German Migrants and Knowledge Production in Guatemala, 1880s – 1945
title_full From Migrant Knowledge to Fugitive Knowledge? German Migrants and Knowledge Production in Guatemala, 1880s – 1945
title_fullStr From Migrant Knowledge to Fugitive Knowledge? German Migrants and Knowledge Production in Guatemala, 1880s – 1945
title_full_unstemmed From Migrant Knowledge to Fugitive Knowledge? German Migrants and Knowledge Production in Guatemala, 1880s – 1945
title_short From Migrant Knowledge to Fugitive Knowledge? German Migrants and Knowledge Production in Guatemala, 1880s – 1945
title_sort from migrant knowledge to fugitive knowledge? german migrants and knowledge production in guatemala, 1880s – 1945
url https://www.jstor.org/stable/26381962