Hoerder, Dirk

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HOERDER, Dirk. German, b. 1943. Genres: History. Career: Free University of Berlin, Germany, assistant at John F. Kennedy Institute for North American Studies, 1969-75, part-time teacher, 1975-77; University of Bremen, Germany, part-time teacher, 1975-77, professor of the social history of North America, 1977-, director of Labor Migration Project, 1978-93. Visiting fellow, professor, and lecturer at universities and institutions worldwide. Publications: Protest, Direct Action, Repression: Dissent in American Society from Colonial Times to the Present, 1977; Creating Societies: Immigrant Lives in Canada, 1999; Cultures in Contact, 2002. EDITOR: Plutokraten und Sozialisten (title means: Plutocrats and Socialists), 1981; American Labor and Immigration History, 1877-1920s, 1982; (with C. Harzig) The Press of Labor Migrants in Europe and North America, 1880s-1930s, 1985; (and author of intro.) Struggle a Hard Battle (essays), 1986; (assoc. with others) The Settling of North America, 1995; J.N. Jodlbauer, Dreizehn Jahre in Amerika, 1910-1923, 1996. EDITOR & CONTRIBUTOR: Labor Migration in the Atlantic Economies, 1985; (with C. Harzig) The Immigrant Labor Press in North America, 1840s-1970s: An Annotated Bibliography, Vol. 1: Migrants from Northern Europe, Vol. 2: Migrants from Eastern and Southeastern Europe, Vol. 3: Migrants from Southern and Western Europe, 1987; (with D. Knauf) Fame, Fortune, and Sweet Liberty, 1992; (with H. Rossler) Distant Magnets, 1993; (with I. Blank and H. Rossler) Roots of the Transplanted, Vol. 1: Late 19th-Century East Central and Southeastern Europe, Vol. 2: Plebeian Culture, Class, and Politics in the Life of Labor Migrants, 1994; (with J. Nagler) People in Transit, 1995; (with L.P. Moch) European Migrants, 1996; (with R.-O. Schultze) Socio-Cultural Developments in the Metropolis, 2000; (with C. Harzig and A. Shubert) The Historical Practice of Diversity, 2003. Contributor to books. Contributor of articles and reviews to scholarly journals. Address: Dept of History, FB8, University of Bremen, Postfach 330440, D-28334 Bremen, Germany. Online address: [email protected]