Britta Waldschmidt-Nelson, Marcia Chatelain, & Sharon Monteith, eds.

Staging a Dream: Untold Stories and Transatlantic Legacies of the March on Washington

Bulletin Supplement 11 (2015)



Marcia Chatelain and Britta Waldschmidt-Nelson

Prologue: Martin's Dream: The Global Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
Clayborne Carson

Music and the March

Sound of Silences: Music and the March on Washington
Brian Ward

Transatlantic Legacies

Martin Luther King Jr.'s Reception as a Theologian and Political Activist in Germany - East and West
Michael Haspel

The March on Washington and the American Civil Rights Movement as an Inspiration for Social Protest Movements in West and East Germany
Heinrich Grosse

The March on London: British-American Connections during the Civil Rights Movement
Stephen Tuck (only available in the print edition)

Different Views and Voices

Joachim Prinz, the South, and the Analogy of Nazism
Stephen J. Whitfield

In Defense of Law and Order: The March on Washington and Its Black Conservative Critics
Angela Dillard

Visual Histories and Cultural Memories 

Hollywood Activism, Daytime Verité, and the March on Washington
Allison Graham

After the Dream Died: National Memories of the King Assassination and How They Played Out in Subsequent Legislation
David L. Chappell