3 edition of A Companion to American Cultural History found in the catalog.
Blackwell Companions to American History
|LC Classifications||March 31, 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 101 p. :|
|Number of Pages||97|
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" CHOICE, March 2009 "A guide for scholars and students who are interested in developments over the past quarter-century. Rather than just a powerful philosophy or ideology, the Dream is thoroughly woven into the fabric of everyday life, playing a vital role in who we are, what we do, and why we do it.
Ritchie Garrison covers academic approaches to material culture. From the Back Cover Presented in a single volume, this engaging review reflects on the scholarship and historical development of American broadcasting A Companion to the History of American Broadcasting comprehensively evaluates the vibrant history of American radio and television and reveals broadcasting's influence on American history in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
The post-slavery era has been dominated by political studies, especially of and. His idea — approved by both city and federal government — was to depict everyday life in St. Its essays do more than any other book to clarify the multiple meanings of cultural history and to document the thorough penetration of cultural approaches to all the sub-fields of American historical scholarship.
Asian Americans [ ] Asian Americans had small communities in New York City before 1860. All of the contributors along with the editor reside at US universities, which begs the question: does the work suffer from an internal, national perspective when the discipline of American cultural history certainly goes way beyond national borders?
The 1950s and 1960s 230 Daniel Belgrad 17.
- Written by scholarly experts well-versed in the questions and controversies that have activated interest in this burgeoning field.
It is an appetite-whetter, a conspectus and a guide.