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Robert J. Fouser - Cold War Cosmopolitanism and Theorization of “Culture” and of the “Native Speaker” in Foreign Language Education in the United States from 1945-1970

In this paper, I will explore the relationship between Cold War cosmopolitanism and theorization of the role of culture and of the “native speaker” in foreign language education from 1945 to 1970. The term “Cold War cosmopolitanism” comes from the research by Klein (2003, 2020) on cultural exchanges between the US and Asian countries during the immediate postwar period. Klein argued that to exert its influence in Asia amid competition with the Soviet Union, the US government promoted cultural exchange, both overtly and covertly, between the US and Asia to strengthen its ...
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