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American Culture is an anthology of primary, documentary texts of American civilisation using excerpts from speeches, political addresses, articles, interviews, oral histories, autobiographies, advertisements and song lyrics. Edited by academics who are highly experienced in the study and teaching of American Studies across a wide range of institutions.
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"American Culture" is an anthology of primary, documentary texts of American civilisation using excerpts from speeches, political addresses, articles, interviews, oral histories, autobiographies, advertisements and song lyrics. Edited by academics who are highly experienced in the study and teaching of American Studies across a wide range of institutions.
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Published in 1959, Stanley Elkins' "Slavery" opened up new avenues of debate in the historiography of American slavery. Though a generation of historians would later prove him wrong, Elkins argued that there was little uncharted ground left to explore in our knowledge of slaves' material conditions, and that the debate should shift to consideration of the psychological effects of bondage upon slaves. Regarding the role of whites in the institution, Elkins cared less about their economic motivations than their philosophical views, arguing that the lack of a true intellectual class or established institutions exerting moral authority prevented the United States from settling the slavery debate in a peaceful manner.
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American Reader : a nineteenth-century / Thomas M. Inge. - Waszyngton : United States Information Agency, 1991. - XIX, 584 s. : fot., rys. ; 23 cm.
Bridging literature and history, this reader provides a richly textured pen-portrait of the nineteenth century in America. It includes more than 550 pages of essays, travels, sketches, poems, stories, autobiography, memoirs, and speeches. M. Thomas Inge, Professor of English at Randolph-Macon College, edited this fine volume in the series published by the U.S. Information Agency in 1988. The readings fit into four main headings -- "Geographic Expansion and National Character," "Transcendental Inquiry and Individual Conscience," "Internal Dissension and Sense of Union," and "Industrial Triumph and Confrontation with Reality." There's much on the frontier, progress, disunion, and industrialization, and much on their discontents. The reader will encounter many familiar names -- Irving, Twain, Emerson, Thoreau, Holmes, Hawthorne, Whitman, Melville, Dickinson, Greeley, Garrison, Lincoln, Lee, Bryan, Riis, Barnum, Carnegie, Harte, and Henry James among them -- but to develop themes, Professor Inge presented many of their less-well-known pieces.
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This book includes readings and documents from the areas of business and economics, literature, politics, the arts, intellectual and social thought, and popular culture. The readings provide an overview of the development of United States culture during the first half of the twentieth century and reflect the diversity of the American experience. The five sections are organized into themes: the progressive era, World War I, the twenties, the great depression, and World War II. It is primarily for students and scholars interested in United States literature and culture and for teachers who develop curricula on American studies.
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American Reader : an early / J. A. Lemay Lemay. - Waszyngton : United States Information Agency, 1990. - XXIII, 741 s. : fot., rys. ; 23 cm.
Bridging literature and history, this reader provides a richly textured pen-portrait of the early American nation. The reader will encounter many familiar and key terms in the history of the USA - The American Dream, Religious traditions in early America, The Indian and the Frontier, Nature in the New World, Slavery and the Black, The American Revolution.
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In this richly interdisciplinary work twenty-eight of the nation's leading critics and scholars offer a comprehensive exploration of American society and culture. Each outstanding in his or her own field, the contributors address "America" from a diversity of disciplines, personal histories, regions, and political perspectives. "Making America" is a dynamic account of the American experience, from matters of landscape, immigration, and urbanization; to manners, literature, and the arts; social organization and values; religion, science, philosophy, and law. An introduction and twenty-six skillfully written chapters combine historical developments with critical analyses in a broad portrait of the United States. Taken in sequence, the essays will provoke readers to experience the still-evolving society and complex cultures of the American people. Since the chapters are equally valuable when considered individually, the construction of this volume also encourages selective reading. Refreshingly accessible, Making America is essential for students and scholars across the field of American Studies and for general readers concerned with cultural literacy. Each chapter includes an extensive descriptive bibliography for those who wish to explore particular topics in more depth. In addition, a fine selection of maps, paintings, and photographs illustrate the intricate structure of American life.
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In this richly interdisciplinary work twenty-eight of the nation's leading critics and scholars offer a comprehensive exploration of American society and culture. Each outstanding in his or her own field, the contributors address "America" from a diversity of disciplines, personal histories, regions, and political perspectives. "Making America" is a dynamic account of the American experience, from matters of landscape, immigration, and urbanization; to manners, literature, and the arts; social organization and values; religion, science, philosophy, and law. An introduction and twenty-six skillfully written chapters combine historical developments with critical analyses in a broad portrait of the United States. Taken in sequence, the essays will provoke readers to experience the still-evolving society and complex cultures of the American people. Since the chapters are equally valuable when considered individually, the construction of this volume also encourages selective reading. Refreshingly accessible, "Making America" is essential for students and scholars across the field of American Studies and for general readers concerned with cultural literacy. Each chapter includes an extensive descriptive bibliography for those who wish to explore particular topics in more depth. In addition, a fine selection of maps, paintings, and photographs illustrate the intricate structure of American life.
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In this richly interdisciplinary work twenty-eight of the nation's leading critics and scholars offer a comprehensive exploration of American society and culture. Each outstanding in his or her own field, the contributors address "America" from a diversity of disciplines, personal histories, regions, and political perspectives. "Making America" is a dynamic account of the American experience, from matters of landscape, immigration, and urbanization; to manners, literature, and the arts; social organization and values; religion, science, philosophy, and law. An introduction and twenty-six skillfully written chapters combine historical developments with critical analyses in a broad portrait of the United States. Taken in sequence, the essays will provoke readers to experience the still-evolving society and complex cultures of the American people. Since the chapters are equally valuable when considered individually, the construction of this volume also encourages selective reading. Refreshingly accessible, "Making America" is essential for students and scholars across the field of American Studies and for general readers concerned with cultural literacy. Each chapter includes an extensive descriptive bibliography for those who wish to explore particular topics in more depth. In addition, a fine selection of maps, paintings, and photographs illustrate the intricate structure of American life.
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In this richly interdisciplinary work twenty-eight of the nation's leading critics and scholars offer a comprehensive exploration of American society and culture. Each outstanding in his or her own field, the contributors address "America" from a diversity of disciplines, personal histories, regions, and political perspectives. "Making America" is a dynamic account of the American experience, from matters of landscape, immigration, and urbanization; to manners, literature, and the arts; social organization and values; religion, science, philosophy, and law. An introduction and twenty-six skillfully written chapters combine historical developments with critical analyses in a broad portrait of the United States. Taken in sequence, the essays will provoke readers to experience the still-evolving society and complex cultures of the American people. Since the chapters are equally valuable when considered individually, the construction of this volume also encourages selective reading. Refreshingly accessible, "Making America" is essential for students and scholars across the field of American Studies and for general readers concerned with cultural literacy. Each chapter includes an extensive descriptive bibliography for those who wish to explore particular topics in more depth. In addition, a fine selection of maps, paintings, and photographs illustrate the intricate structure of American life.
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"Essential McLuhan" brings together in one concise volume key writings by Marshall McLuhan, the hugely influential guru of the mass media. Today, in a communications environment transformed by the rapid spread of electronic media, McLuhan's insights are fresher and more applicable today than when he first announced them to a startled world in the 1960s. A whole new generation is turning to his work to understand a global village made real by the coming of the information superhighway. This comprehensive collection includes extracts from McLuhan's famous books Understanding Media and The Gutenberg Galaxy, as well as selections from his other books, articles, correspondence, interviews and published speeches. There is also a 'sourcebook' of key quotations drawn from the whole body of McLuhan's work, and a full bibliography of writings by and about McLuhan.
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Life in Modern America / Peter Bromhead. - New Ed. - Harlow : Longman, 1996. - XI, 180 s. : fot., tab., wykr. ; 23 cm.
This is a study of the political and social life in the United States for advanced students of English. It examines the many factors influencing American life, including the geography of the country, the structure and workings of government and the origins of the American people. This edition has been revised to include a portrayal of the social, political and economic changes which have taken place in the late 1980s. Statistics and surveys have been included as the basis for questions which encourage students to think about and discuss aspects of American life for themselves. Professor Bromhead is also author of a companion volume "Life in Modern Britain".
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Life in Modern America / Peter Bromhead. - Ed. 3, 5 im. - Harlow : Longman, 1992. - XI, 180 s. : il. ; 23 cm.
This is a study of the political and social life in the United States for advanced students of English. It examines the many factors influencing American life, including the geography of the country, the structure and workings of government and the origins of the American people. This edition has been revised to include a portrayal of the social, political and economic changes which have taken place in the late 1980s. Statistics and surveys have been included as the basis for questions which encourage students to think about and discuss aspects of American life for themselves. Professor Bromhead is also author of a companion volume "Life in Modern Britain".
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Life in Modern America / Peter Bromhead. - Ed. 3. - Harlow : Longman, 1995. - 180 s. : il. ; 24 cm.
This is a study of the political and social life in the United States for advanced students of English. It examines the many factors influencing American life, including the geography of the country, the structure and workings of government and the origins of the American people. This edition has been revised to include a portrayal of the social, political and economic changes which have taken place in the late 1980s. Statistics and surveys have been included as the basis for questions which encourage students to think about and discuss aspects of American life for themselves. Professor Bromhead is also author of a companion volume "Life in Modern Britain".
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Life in Modern America / Peter Bromhead. - Ed. 3, 3 imp. - Longman, 1990. - 180 s. : il. ; 24 cm.
This is a study of the political and social life in the United States for advanced students of English. It examines the many factors influencing American life, including the geography of the country, the structure and workings of government and the origins of the American people. This edition has been revised to include a portrayal of the social, political and economic changes which have taken place in the late 1980s. Statistics and surveys have been included as the basis for questions which encourage students to think about and discuss aspects of American life for themselves. Professor Bromhead is also author of a companion volume "Life in Modern Britain".
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Drawing on literature, art, film theatre, music and much more, American Cultural Studies is an interdisciplinary introduction to American culture for those taking American Studies. This textbook: introduces the full range and variety of American culture including issues of race, gender and youth, provides a truly interdisciplinary methodology, suggests and discusses a variety of approaches to study, highlights American distinctiveness, draws on literature, art, film, theatre, architecture, music. It also challenges orthodox paradigms of American Studies. This is a fast-expanding subject area, and Campbell and Kean's book will certainly be a staple part of any cultural studies student's reading diet.
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American Cultural Studies : An introduction to American culture / Neil Campbell, Alasdair Kean. - Ed. 2, reprint. - London, New York : Routledge, 2008. - VIII, 328 s. : il. ; 23 cm.
Drawing on literature, art, film theatre, music and much more, American Cultural Studies is an interdisciplinary introduction to American culture for those taking American Studies. This textbook: introduces the full range and variety of American culture including issues of race, gender and youth, provides a truly interdisciplinary methodology, suggests and discusses a variety of approaches to study, highlights American distinctiveness, draws on literature, art, film, theatre, architecture, music. It also challenges orthodox paradigms of American Studies. This is a fast-expanding subject area, and Campbell and Kean's book will certainly be a staple part of any cultural studies student's reading diet.
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Drawing on literature, art, film theatre, music and much more, American Cultural Studies is an interdisciplinary introduction to American culture for those taking American Studies. This textbook: introduces the full range and variety of American culture including issues of race, gender and youth, provides a truly interdisciplinary methodology, suggests and discusses a variety of approaches to study, highlights American distinctiveness, draws on literature, art, film, theatre, architecture, music. It also challenges orthodox paradigms of American Studies. This is a fast-expanding subject area, and Campbell and Kean's book will certainly be a staple part of any cultural studies student's reading diet.
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The book contains a crown of eagles: the life-stories of the famous American indians: Powhatan & Pocahontas, Pope, Pontiac, Sacagawea, Tecumseh, Sequya, Cochise, Sitting Bull, Wovoka, Joseph.
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Spotlight on the USA / Randee Falk. - Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1993. - 172 s. : fot., mapy ; 25 cm.
(Oxford American English)
It touches upon the U.S. political and educational systems, the economy, the family, culture and leisure activities, and U.S. holidays. Each of the nine chapters of the book cover a different part of the U.S.: New England; New York City; The Mid-Atlantic Region; The South; The Midwest; The Southwest; The Rocky Mountain Region; The Pacific Northwest and Alaska; and California and Hawaii. The entire book is profusely illustrated with maps, charts, photographs, drawings. Each section includes multiple types of quizzes including crosswords, word search, true and false, matching and ideas for discussion and role play. Glossaries follow each section, and an answer key for the whole book is at the back. Though intended for those studying the U.S., ideally in a class situation but also for independent learners.
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