1. Competing concepts
Entangled history/ Histoire croissé
2. Types of transnational history
a. Transnational spaces
b. Transnational production of the nation
3. Time/space – consider how changing spatial relationships change time
a. as interpretation of particular events – time change and the emotional/sensory attachment to different concepts of space/time – the acceleration of time in the late 19th century cf. today. How is time experienced?
b. as periodization (and re-periodization) of U.S. history.
4. Place and different spatial levels
a. Mental spaces (e.g., diasporas)
b. Mental maps
The social production of space (including mental maps)
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