- Verlag: John Wiley & Sons
- Seitenzahl: 480
- Erscheinungstermin: 13. Februar 2008
- Abmessung: 250mm x 175mm x 30mm
- Gewicht: 1002g
- ISBN-13: 9780631235668
- ISBN-10: 0631235663
- Artikelnr.: 22949425
Part II: The Nineteenth Century:.
Part III: The Twentieth Century:.
Part V: The Cultural Turn in Other Fields:
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"A guide for scholars and students who are interested indevelopments over the past quarter-century ... .No readershould come away from it without a good springboard to furtherstudy. It is an apitite-whetter, a conspectus and a guide."(Reference Reviews, January 2009)"The contributors to this indispensable volume have applied toscholarship in American cultural history the same keen imaginationand appreciation for complexity that has made the field so excitingin recent years."
-Joan Shelley Rubin, University of Rochester
"This important collection of original essays provides a mostuseful and accessible survey of a new approach to United Stateshistory. It is not just a companion but a text in its own right, anew survey of the American past from many culturalperspectives."
-Alan Trachtenberg, Yale University
"This volume marks a major contribution to the field of Americancultural history. Illuminating, accessible, and authoritative, itwill indeed prove a trusty companion for students and
-John Kasson, The University of North Carolina atChapel Hill
"This well wrought collection is a must-read. Its essays do morethan any other book to clarify the multiple meanings of culturalhistory and to document the thorough penetration of culturalapproaches to all the sub-fields of American historicalscholarship."
-Richard W. Fox, University of Southern California
"A comprehensive and timely overview of American culturalhistory, from its first pioneering examples to its most recentlinguistic, visual, transnational, and performative turns. Studentslooking for a lucid and lively introduction to the themes, methods,and impact of the culturalist perspective on US history will findthis volume indispensable."
-Jean-Christophe Agnew, Yale University
"This collection is a marvel of intelligent synthesis andconcise interpretation. Karen Halttunen has assembled some of thebest cultural historians in the United States and they have castunprecedented light on their contentious field from a rich varietyof chronological and conceptual perspectives. The result is anindispensable scholarly resource."
-Jackson Lears, Rutgers University