The Racial Imaginary of the Cold War Kitchen : From Sokolâniki Park to Chicagoâs South Side /
"Race, domesticity, and consumerism in the Cold War era. This book demonstrates the ways in which the kitchen--the centerpiece of domesticity and consumerism--was deployed as a recurring motif in the ideological and propaganda battles of the Cold War. Beginning with the famous Nixon-Khrushchev...
Hanover, New Hampshire :
Dartmouth College Press,
|Series:||Re-mapping the transnational : a Dartmouth series in American studies
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