Index of Articles in American Studies Theory and Method
Sorted by Author:
Dorothy Ochs, It's a Small World After
All, It's a Small World After All, It's a Small World After All, It's a Small,
Exploring the Region: The Anthropologists
Howard Odum, The
Middle States and Their "Middle West."
Problems and Strategy of Regional Development Towards National
Peter Onuf, The Expanding Union, pts I and II
Miles Orvell,Whitman's Transformed
Eye, from The Real Thing
Miles Orvell, A
Hieroglyphic World: The Furnishing of Identity, from The Real
John O'Sullivan, Manifest Destiny
David Pace, Structuralism in History and
the Social Sciences
David Palumbo-Liu, Awful Patriotism: Richard Rorty and the Politics of
Michael Parenti, Class and
V.L.Parrington, Introduction and
Liberalism and Puritanism from Main Currents in American
Donald Pease, After the Tocqueville Revival; or, The Return of the Political
National Narratives, Postnational Narration
Visionary Compacts and the Cold War Consensus.
Mark Pittenger, A World of
Difference: Constructing the 'Underclass' in Progressive America
Linda Funk Place, et al., The Object as Subject: The
Role of Museums and Material Culture Collections in American Studies
Popular Memory Group, Popular Memory: Theory,
Neill Postman, The Typographic
Mind From Amusing Ourselves to Death.
Jules David Prown, Style as Evidence
David Puente, Getting Around "Blood is
Blood": Two Versions of American Identity
Ian Quimby, Material Culture and the
Study of American Life
Janice Radway, American Studies Reader
Theory and the Literary Text
Janice Radway, The Ideal Romance from Reading the Romance: Women,
Patriarchy, and Popular Literature, Pt. I and Pt. II
Janice Radway, What's in a Name?
Presidential Address to the American Studies Association
John Crowe Ransom, A Statement of
Principlesfrom I'll Take My Stand.
John Crowe Ransom,
The South --Old or New?
Robert B. Ray,
The Thematic Paradigm
John Shelton Reed, The South. Where is
it? What is it?from My Tears Spoiled My Aim.
Theory and Method in American Studies/Cultual Studies: A Bibliographical
William B. Rhoads, The Colonial Revival and
Taking Women Students Seriously.
Audiovisual Culture and Interdisciplinary Knowledge
Michael Rogin, "The
Sword Became a Flashing Vision:" D.W.Griffith's The Birth of a Nation
Laura Romero, Vanishing Americans: Gender, Empire, and Vanishing Americans.
Constance Rourke, Corn Cobs Twist Your
Hair,from American Humor: A Study of the National
Constance Rourke, The Gamecock in the
Wilderness from American Humor: A Study of the National
Stephen W. Rousseas and James Farganis, American Politics and
the End of Ideology
John Carlos Rowe,
Postnationalism, Globalism and the New American Studies
Richard Ruland, Art and a Better
Jose David Saldivar, Metahistory and
Dependencyfrom The Dialectics of Our America
Karen Sanchez-Eppler, Bodily Bonds: The Intersecting Rhetorics of
Feminism and Abolition Part Iand Part II
George Santayana, Materialism and
Idealism in American Life.
Scott Saul, American Roots, pts I II III IV V
John E. Sawyer,
The Social Basis of the American System of Manufacturing.
Alexander Saxton, Blackface Minstrelcy and Jacksonian Ideology
Wolf Schafer, The
Scott Schaffer, Disney and the
Imagineering of Histories
Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.,The New Mood in
Politics from The Politics of Hope
Thomas J. Schlereth, Mirrors of the Past:
Historical Photography and American History
Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., Liberalism in
America: A Note for Europeans
Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.,The New Mood in
Joan Scott, Gender: A Useful Category of Historical Analysis
Linda Seger, Creating the Myth
William Henry Seward, Higher Law
The More Factor.
Captain Kirk Was Never the Original.
Meyer Shapiro, The Introduction of
Modern Art in America: The Armory Show
Amy Sherr, Disney's
Animated Features and Propp's Literary Theory
David Simpson, Literary Criticism and
the Return to History
Robert Sklar, American Studies and the
Realities of America
Robert Sklar, The
Making of Cultural Myths: Walt Disney and Frank Capra
Robert Sklar, The Problem of American Studies Philosophy: A Bibliography of New Directions.
Rogers M. Smith,
Beyond Tocqueville, Myrdahl, and Hartz.
Vivian Sobchack, "Surge and Splendor:" A
Phenomenology of the Hollywood Historical Epic
Werner Sollors, A
Critique of Pure Pluralism
Susan Sontag, from Against Interpretation
Peter Stanfield, An Octaroon in the Kindling: American Vernacular and
Blackface Minstrelsy in 1930s Hollywood
Roger B. Stein,
Packaging the Great Plains: The Role of the Visual Arts
deTocqueville and the Idea of an American Literature.
Henry Nash Smith,
Can American Studies Develop a Method?
Susan Strasser, New Products, New
Habits from Satisfaction Guaranteed: The Making of the American Mass
Susan Strasser, The New Retailing
from Satisfaction Guaranteed: The Making of the American Mass Market.
Joe Stratton and Lan Eng, On the Impossibility of a Global Cultural
Studies: 'British' Cultural Studies in an 'International' FramePart Iand Part II
Josiah Strong, Anglo Saxon
William Graham Sumner, On a New Philosophy:
That Poverty is the Best Policy.
Warren Susman, Culture and Commitment
Warren Susman, Culture Heroes: Ford, Barton, Ruth
Warren Susman, History and the American
Intellectual: Uses of a Usable Past
Warren Susman, Soapland
Richard E. Sykes,
American Studies and the Concept of Culture: A Theory and Method.
Frederick W. Taylor, The Principles of
Willard Thorpe, Prologue to Socialism
and American Life.
James Thurber, The Soap Opera
Cecelia Tichi, from Shifting Gears
Robert Toll, Social Commentary in Late
Nineteenth-Century White Minstelsy from Blacking Up: The Minstrel Show
in 19th C. America.
Robert Toll, The Vaudeville Show, Pt 1 and Pt. 2, Plays for
the People Pt. 1
and Pt. 2, and
The Evolution of Musical Comedy Pt. 1 and Pt. 2 from On with the
Show: The First Century of Show Business in America
Robert Toll, The Evolution of Musical Comedy
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Masterpiece Theatre: The Politics of Hawthorne's Literary Reputation.
Jane Tompkins,West of
ELizabeth Toon and Janet Golden, Rethinking Charles Atlas.
Alan Trachtenberg, Mechanization Takes
Command from The Incorporation of America: Culture and Society
in the Gilded Age.
Alan Trachtenberg, Albums of War: On
Reading Civil War Photographs
Lionel Trilling, Reality in
Lionel Trilling, A Novel of the
Frederick Jackson Turner, The Significance of
the Frontier in American History.
Dell Upton, White and Black Landscapes in 18th C. Virginia
Thorstein Veblen, Industrial Exemption
and Conservatism, from The Theory of the Leisure
Terms of Assimilation: Legislating Subjectivity in the Emerging Nation
Anthony F. C. Wallace, Paradigmatic Process
in Culture Change.
Michael Walker, "King's Row"
Wendy W. Walters, Limited Options: Strategic
Maneuverings in Himes's Harlem
Kenneth W. Warren, Appeals for
(Mis)recognition: Theorizing the Diaspora
Kenneth Warren, Terms of (Mis)recognition
Mary Helen Washington, What Happens to
American Studies If You Put African American Studies at the Center?
Barbara Welter, The Cult of True Womanhood, 1820-1860
Vehicles for Myth: The Shifting Image of the Modern Car.
Laura Wexler, Tender Violence: Domestic Visons in an Age of Imperialism.
Walt Whitman, Democratic Vistas
Walt Whitman, The Eighteenth Presidency
American Antomies: Theorizing Race and Gender
Robyn Wiegman, What Ails Feminist
Criticism? A Second Opinion
Robyn Wiegman. Whiteness Studies and the Paradox of Particularity
Raymond Williams, Advertising: The Magic
Christopher P. Wilson, Containing Multitudes:
Realism, Historicism, American Studies.
Richard Guy Wilson, et al, The American Renaissance Chapters 1 and
Richard Guy Wilson, Contemporary American Folk Art: Charming Junk or Art with a Capital A? and Bibliography
Richard Guy Wilson, et al, The Presence of the
Past from The Architecture of Virginia
Woodrow Wilson, Americanism and the
Gene Wise, An American Studies Calendar
Gene Wise, From
'American Studies' to 'American Culture Studies.'
"Paradigm Dramas" in American Studies: A Cultural and Institutional History of
Political "Reality" in RecentAmerican Scholarship: Progressives versus
Janet Wolff, Cultural Studies and the
Sociology of Culture
K. Scott Wong, The
Transformation of Culture: Three Chinese Views of America
Ideology, Genre, Auteur: "Shadow of a Doubt."
C. Vann Woodward, The Irony of
Southern History from The Burden of Southern History.
The National Museum of Science an Industry: An Overview.
- Bluford Adams, "A Stupendous Mirror of
Departed Empires:" The Barnum Hippodromes and Circuses and"A Transient
Disease:" Barnumism at the World's Columbian Exposition
- McCrea Adams,
Advertising Characters: The Pantheon of Consumerism.
- John Logan Allen, Imagining the West: The View from Monticello
- Molefi Kete Asante, African American Studies: The Future of the Discipline
- Brian Attebery, American Studies: A Not
So Unscientific Method
- Edward Ayers,
- Edward Ayers,
What We Talk About When We Talk About the South.
- Irving Babbitt, The Choice We Must
Face: Democracy and Imperialism, or Democracy and Standards?
- Irving Babbitt, What is
- Houston A. Baker, Jr., Figurations for a New
American Literary History.
- Irving Babbitt,
The Choice We Must Face: Democracy and Imperialism, Or Democracy and
- Irving Babbitt,
What is Humanism?
- Marua Balshaw, "Black Was White": Urbanity, Passing and the Spectacle of Harlem
- Diane Barthel,
A Gentleman and a Consumer.
- Roland Barthes,
- Nina Baym,
Melodramas of Beset Manhood: How Theories of American Fiction Exclude Women
- Silvio A. Bedini, The Role of Automata
in the History of Technology.
- Warren J. Belasco, Toward a Culinary Common
Denomiator: The Rise of Howard Johnsons, 1925-1940
- Daniel Bell,
The Once-Born, the Twice-Born, and the After-Bornfrom The End
- Daniel Bell,
Excerpts from the Conclusion, from: The End of
- Clarisa Bencomo and Elliott Colla, Area Studies,
Multiculturalism, and the Problems of Expert Knowledge.
- Klaus Benesch,
Technology and American Culture: An Introduction
- Sacvan Bercovitch, The Problem of Ideology
in American Literature.
- Peter Berger,
Society as Drama
- Robert F. Berkhofer, Jr., A New Context for a New
- Lauren Berlant, Notes on Diva Citizenshipfrom The Queen of
America Goes to WashingtonPart I,Part II,part IIIandPart IV
- Ronald Berman, How Television Sees its Audience: A Look at the Looking Glass
- Ronald Berman, Soaps Day and
Night from How Television Sees its Audience.
- Albert Beveridge, The March of the
- Mark Bevir, The Logic of the History of Ideas.
- John G. Blair, Structuralism, American
Studies, and the Humanities
- William Boelhower, Inventing
America: a model of cartographic semiosis
- Allan C. Bogue, An Agricultural Empire from The Oxford History of the American West, pts I, II and III
- Randolph Bourne, Trans-National America
- Bernard b, Leo Marx, & Arnold Rose, Literature and Covert
- David Branham Of Thee I Sing":
- Marcela Breton, An
Annotated Bibliography of Selected Jazz Stories
- Collin Gifford Brooke, The Fate of Rhetoric
in an Electronic Age.
- Bill Brown, American Childhood and Stephen Crane's Toys, Part I and Part II
- Bill Brown, Introduction to The
- Tine Bruland,
Industrial Conflict as a Source of Technical Innovation: Three Cases.
- Laurence Buell,
American Pastoral Ideology Reappraised.
- Laurence Buell,
Are We Post-American Studies?
- Lawrence Buell,
It's Good, But is it History?
- Peter Burke,
The New History, its Past and Future
- Kathleen Burnett, Toward a Theory of
- Robert Cantwell, Feasts of Unnaming:
Folk Festivals and the Representation of Folklife.
- Jane Caputi, IBM's Charlie Chaplin: A Case Study.
- John G. Cawelti, Literary Formulas, Hammett, Chandler and Spillane, and The Western: A Look at the Evolution of a Formula from Murder, Mystery and Romance.
- Hazel Carby, The Souls of Black MenPart IandPart II
- Andrew Carnegie, Wealth
- Gary Carson, Material Culture: The Scholarship Nobody Knows
- Santa Casciani, (Re)creating Italian American Hisoriography: Astoria and the Truth of Narrative.
- Jeffrey Cass, Cyberspace,
Capitalism, and Encoded Criminality: The Iconography of the Theme Park
- Russ Castronovo, Fathering the Nation: American Geneologies of Race and
- Rey Chow, Digging an Old Well: The Labor of Social FantasyPart Iand Part II
- Christopher Claussen, National Literatures
in English: Toward a New Paradigm.
- G. N. G. Clarke, Taking
possession: the cartouche as cultural text in eighteenth-century American
- Anthony Cohen,
Culture as Identity: An Anthropologists Perspective.
- Lizabeth Cohen, Encountering Mass Culture
at the Grassroots: The Experience of Chicago Workers in the 1920s
- Terry Cooney, Challenge and
Deals and Old, and Popular Culture and the
Dance of Values from Balancing Acts: American Thought and Character in
- Ruth Schwartz Cowan, The “Industrial
Revolution” in the Home: Household Technology and Social Change in the 20th
- Malcolm Cowley, A
Farewell to the 1930s
- Malcolm Cowley,
What the Revolutionary Movement can do for a Writer
- Kathleen Neils Cozzen, A Saga of Families pts I, II and III
- William Cronon, Landscapes of Abundance and Scarcity, parts I , II and III
- Frederick Crews,
The New Americanists.
- Frederick Crews,
Whose American Renaissance?
- The Critical Art Ensemble, The
Technology of Uselessness.
- Paul Cutright, Prologue to Discovery from Lewis and Clark: Pioneering Naturalists
- Daniel Czitrom, The Ethereal
Hearth from Media and the American Mind
- Robert Darnton,
Workers Revolt: The Great Cat Massacre in the Rue Severain.
- Cathy N. Davidson, Loose Change American Studies
Association Presidential Address.
- Cathy N. Davidson, Texts as
Histories from Revolution and the Word.
- Allen F. Davis,
The Politics of American Studies.
- James Deetz, I
would Have the Howse Stronge in Timber, from In Small Things
Forgotten: The Archeology of Early American Life.
- Frederick Lewis Dekker, Disassembling the
Machine in the Garden: Anti-humanism and the New American Studies.
- Michael Denning, "The Special American
Conditions:" Marxism and American Studies
- Michael Denning, Arthurian Knights in
Connecticut Factores from Mechanic Accents: Dime Novels and Working
Class Culture in America.
- Only a
Mechanic's Daughter from Mechanic Accents: Dime Novels and Working
Class Culture in America.
- Jane C. Desmond and Virginia R. Domínguez, Resituating American
Studies in a Critical Internationalism
- Elizabeth Maddox Dillon, Fear of Formalism: Kant,
Twain, and Cultural Studies in American Literature
- Paul Dimaggio, Cultural
Entrepreneurship in 19th C. Boston: the creation of an organizational base for
high culture in America
- Mary Douglas, Deciphering a
- J. Yellowlees Douglas, Gaps, Maps, and
Perception: What Hypertext Readers (Don't) Do
- Peter F. Drucker, The First
Technological Revolution and Its Lessons.
- Ann duCille, The
Occult of True Black Womanhood: Critical Demeanor and Black Feminist
- Umberto Eco,
Casablanca, or, the Cliches Are Having a Ball.
- Umberto Eco, The Fortress of Solitude from Travels in Hyperreality.
- Umberto Eco, Narrative Structures in
- Jonathan Elmer, The
Archive, The Native American, and Jefferson's Convulsions
- Gary Engle, What
Makes Superman So Darned American?
- Francis T. Evans, Roads, Railways,
and Canals: Technical Choices in 19th century Britain, from Technology
and Culture, Vol.22, 1981
- Stuart Ewen, Goods
and Surfaces from Captains of Consciousness: Advertising and the Social
Roots of the Consumer Culture.
- Susan Faludi,
Teen Angels and Tart-Tongued Witches
- Grant Farred,
First Stop, Port-au-Prince: Mapping Postcolonial Africa through Toussaint
L'Ouverture and his Black Jacobins
- Paula Fass, Making
and Remaking an Event: The Leopold and Loeb Case in American Culture
- Eugene S. Ferguson, Technical Museums
and International Exhibitions.
- Benjamin Filene, Setting the Stage: Identifying an American Folk Musical Heritage, 1900-1930 from Romancing the Folk: Public Memory and American Roots Music.
- David Hackett Fischer, Four British Folkways in America: The Origin and Persistence of Regioinal Cultures in the United States from Albion's Seed.
- Phillip Fisher,
The New American Studies: From Myths to Rhetorics.
- William Fisher,
Of Living Machines and Living-Machines: Blade Runner and the Terminal
- John Fiske, The
Jeaning of America and Commodities and Culture from Understanding Popular Culture.
from Understanding Culture.
- George Fitzhugh,
Selection fromSociology for the South.
- Stephen Fjellman, Theses
- Dan Flores, A Very Different Story: Exploring the Southwest from Monticello with the Freeman and Custis Expedition, pts I and II
- Elizabeth Fox-Genovese, Between Individualism
and Fragmentation: American Culture and the New Literary Studies of Race and
Waldo Frank, Land of the Wop, Home of the Kike, from Our America.
- Ted Friedman, The World of 'The World
- John Frow, Class and
- Vivien Green Fryd, "Political Compromise in Public Art: Thomas Crawford's Statue of Freedom"
- Helen Galkina, Theoretical Approaches
to Ethnic Identity
- David Gebhard,
The Moderne in the U.S., 1920-1941
- Clifford Geertz,
Ideology As a Cultural System.
- Clifford Geertz,
- Peter Gibian, The
Art of Being Off-Center:Shopping Center Spaces and Spectacles.
- Henry Giroux, David Shumway, Paul Smith, and James Sosnoski, The Need for Cultural
Studies: Resisting Intellectuals and Oppositional Public Spheres
- Susan A. Glenn, "Give an Imitation of Me": Vaudeville Mimics and the Play of the Self
- Gregor Goethals, Sacred and Secular
- Mike Gold, Towards
- Avery Gordon and Christopher Newfield, White Philosophy
- Ian Gordon, From Caricature to Comic
Strips: The Shaping of Comic Art as Commodity, Comic Strips, National
Culture, and Marketing, and The Comic Book: Comics
as an Independent Commodity 1936-1945
- Ian Gordon,Envisioning Consumer
Culture: 'Gasoline Alley' and 'Winnie Winkle'
- Linda Gordon,
What's New in Womens' Studies?
- Henry Giroux, et al, The Need for Cultural
Studies: Resisting Intellectuals and Oppositional Public Spheres.
- Norman Graebner, The NOrthwest Coast in World Diplomacy, 1790-1846
- Gerald Graff, The
Promise of American Studies.
- Clement Greenburg, Avant-Garde and
- Susan Gubar,
Notations 'in Media Res'
- Susan Gubar, from Racechanges, Part I, Part II, and Part III.
- Susan Gubar, What
Ails Feminist Criticism?
- James Guimond, Signs of Hard Times from American Photography and
the American Dream, Pt. 1 and Pt. 2
- Ramon A. Guitierrez, Community, Patriarchy and Individualism: The Politics of Chicano History and the Dream of Equality
- Jay Gurlan,
American Studies and the Creative Present.
- Jurgen Habermas, The Public
Sphere from On Society and Politics.
- Sheldon Hackney, Roundtable: The National
Conversation on American Pluralism and Identity
- Grace Hale,
Producing the Ground of Differencefrom Making Whiteness
- H. Lark Hall, Styles of Mind 1927 from V. L. Parrington: Through the Avenue of Art.
- Stuart Hall, Cultural Studies: Two Paradigms Part Iand Part II
- Stuart Hall, What
is this "Black" in Black Popular Culture?
- Ben Halpern, Myth and Ideology in Modern Usage
- Kendra Hamilton, Thoughts on the
Reconstruction of the Laboring Community at University of Virginia.
- Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri, from Empire: Preface, The Political Constitution
of the Present, Bipolitical
Production, and Alternatives within
- Harper, Eloquence
and Epitaph: Aids, Homophobia, and the Problematics of Black Masculinity
- Katherine Hayles,
Chaos as Disorderly Order
- Earl W. Hayter,
Barbed Wire Fencing - A Prairie Invention.
- James A. Henretta, Social History as Lived
- Amanda J. Higgins, Photo/Modern: Theks of Alfred Stieglitz and Henning Svenson
- John Highham, The
Reorientation of American Culture in the 1990s
- Brooke Hindle, A
Retrospective View of Science, Technology, and Material Culture in Early
- Darlene Clark Hine, The Black Studies
Movement: Afrocentric-Traditionalist-Feminist Paradigms for the Next
- Richard Hofstadter, Vernon L. Parrington from The Progressive Historians.
- W. D. Howells,
The Man of Letters as a Man of Business.
- W. D. Howells, Mr. Charles W. Chesnutt's Stories
- Bell Hooks,
Madonna: Plantation Mistress or Soul Sister?
- Neil Howe & William Strauss, The New Generation
- Irving Howe,
Black Boys and Native Sons
- Martyn Hudson, The Clerk of the Foresters Record: John Berger, the Dead, and the Writing of History.
- Louis C. Hunter, The Heroic
Theory of Invention
- T. H. Huxley, On
the Hypothesis that Animals are Automota and Its History
- Joseph Irrante,
The Road to Autopia: The Automobile and the Spatial Transformation of American
- Russell Jacoby, A
New Intellectual History?
- Kenneth Jackson, The Transportation
Revolution and the Erosion of the City, from: Crabgrass
- John A. Jakle,
The American Gasoline Station: 1920-1970
- Henry James, Introduction from
- Frederick Jameson, Class and Allegory in
Contemporary Mass Culture: "Dog Day Afternoon" as a Political Film
- Frederick Jameson,
Postmodernism: or the Logic of Late Industrial Capitolism.
- Dolores E. Janiewski, 'Confusion of Mind:'
Colonial and Post-Colonial Discourses about Frontier Encounters
- Rosemary Jann, Sherlock Holmes Codes the
- Myra Jehlen,
Archimedes and the Paradox of Feminist Criticism.
- David E. Johnson and Scott Michaelson, Border Secrets: An
- Alfred Haworth Jones, The Search for a Usable
Past in the New Deal Era
- Joyce Joyce, The
- Michael Kammen, The
Problem of American Exceptionalism: A Reconsideration
- Amy Kaplan, Left
Alone America: The Absence of Empire in the Study of American Culture
- James Kavanaugh,
The Artifact in American Culture: The Development of an Undergraduate
- R. Gordon Kelly, The Social Construction
of Reality: Implications for the Future Direction in American Studies
- Linda Kerber,
Diversity and the Transformation of American Studies.
- Linda Kerber, The Republican Mother: Women and the Enlightenment -- an American Perspective.
- Judith B. Kerman,
Technology and Politics in the "Blade Runner" Dystopia
- Judith B. Kerman, Retrofitting "Blade
- Alice Kessler-Harris, Positioning American
Studies in the Great Debate.
- Marge Kibby, Cyberorgasm: Machines
and Male Hysteria in Films of the Eighties
- James Kissane and John M. Kissane, Sherlock Holmes and the
Ritual of Reason
- Michael J. Klarman, Rethinking the History of American Freedom
- Deborah Knight, Making sense of
- Annette Kolodny, The Integrity of
Memory: Creating a New Literary History of the United States.
- James Koolhaus, Whatever Happened to Urbanism?
- John Kouwenhoven,
Stone, Steel, and Jazz,fromMade in America
- John Kouwenhoven, What is
- Arthur Kroker, Digital Humanism: The Processed World of Marshall McLuhan
- Joan Kron, The
Semiotics of Home Decor.
- Bruce Kucklich,
Myth and Symbol in American Studies.
- Peter J. Kuznick, Losing the World of
Tomorrow: The Battle over the Presentation of Science at the 1939 New York
- Earle Labor, Jack
London's Symbolic Wilderness: Four Versions
- Jacques Lacan, Seminar on "The Purloined
- Dominick LaCapra, Intellectual History and
- Christopher Lane, The Poverty of Context: Historicism and Nonmimetic Fiction.
- Richard Lanham,
The Electronic Word: Literary Study and the Digital Revolution.
- Paul Lauter, The
Literatures of America: A Comparative Discipline.
- Paul Lauter, Visons of Nashville, Visions of America ASA Presidential Address, 1994
- Robert H. Lavenda, Festivals and the
Creation of Public Culture: Whose Voice(s)?
- Kathernine Lawrie, Cookie-Cutter Or
Genre Theory and John Ford's 'Stagecoach'
- Maurizio Lazzarato, Immaterial Labor
- Edwin Layton,
Mirror-Image Twins: The Communities of Science and Technology in 19th-century
- T.J.Jackson Lears,
Beyond Veblen: Rethinking American Consumer Culture.
- T.J. Jackson Lears, The Concept of Cultural
Hegemony: Problems and Possibilities
- Richard Lehan, The
Theoretical Limits of the New Historicism.
- David Levin,
American Historicism Old and New.
- David Levin, How
Uniform Were the Old American Studies?
- Lawrence Levine, The Folklore of
Industrial Socity: Popular Culture and Its Audiences
- Lawrence Levine, Jazz and American
- Lawrence Levine, The Historian and the
Icon: Photography and the History of the American People in the 1930s and
- Lawrence Levine American Culture and the
- Lawrence Levine,
William Shakespeare in America.
- Lawrence Levine, Hollywood's Washington:
Film Images of National Politics During the Great Deparession
- Lawrence Levine, Progress and Nostalgia:
The Self-Image of the 1920s
- David L. Lewis,
Sex and the Automobile: From Rumble Seats to Rockin' Vans.
- George H. Lewis,
From Common Dullness to Fleeting Wonder: The Manipulation of Cultural Meaning
in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Saga.
- Lisa A. Lewis,
- Patricia Nelson Limerick, Insiders and Outsiders:
The Borders of the USA and the Limits of the ASA:
Presidential Address to the American Studies Association, 31 October 1996
- Walter Lippman, from Drift and Mastery
- George Lipsitz, Listening to Learn and
Learning to Listen: Popular Culture, Cultural Theory, and American Studies
- George Lipsitz, Popular Culture: This
Ain't No Sideshow
- Alan Liu, Local Transcendence: Cultural Criticism, Postmodernism, and the
Romanticism of Detail,
Part Iand Part
- Henry Demarest LLoyd, The Lords of
- Henry Demarest Lloyd, The Story of a Great
- Alain Locke, Enter the New Negro
- Alain Locke,
- Christopher Looby, George Thompson's "Romance
of the Real:" Transgression and Taboo in American Sensation Fiction
- Eric Lott, The
Blackening of America: Popular Culture and National Cultures
- Eric Lott, Boomer Liberalism: When the New Left was Old Part I and Part II
- Eric Lott,
"Genuine Negro Fun:" Racial Pleasure and Class Formation in the 1840s
- Eric Lott, Love and Theft: The
Racial Unconscious of Black Minstrelcy
- Eric Lott, from
Love and Theft;Notes
- Eric Lott, White
Like Me: Racial Cross Dressing and the Construction of American
- Lisa Lowe, Immigration, Citizenship, Racialization: Asian American
Critique from Immigrant Acts Part Iand Part II
- James Russell Lowell, Introduction from The
- James Russell Lowell, On Democracy (1868)
- David Lowenthal,
Changing the Past,from The Past is a Foreign Country.
- Robert S. Lynd, Getting a Living, The Historical Setting,
of Spending Leisure, Inventions Remaking
Organization of Leisure, and The Dominance of Getting a
Livingfrom Middletown: A Study in American Culture.
- Kenneth Lynn, The
- Dwight Macdonald, Masscult and
Midcult from Against the American Grain
- Norman Mailer, The White Negro
- Jerry Mander, Four Arguments for the
Elimination of Television
- Roland Marchand, Visions of
Classlessness, Quests for Dominion: American Popular Culture,
- Roland Marchand, The Parable of the
Democracy of Goods.
- Robin Markowitz, Canonizing the Popular
- Leo Marx, American
Studies A Defense of an Unscientific Method,
- Leo Marx, Sleepy Hollow
1844 from The Machine in the Garden
- Leo Marx, Bernard Bowron, & Arnold Rose, Literature and Covert
- Cotton Mather,
General Introduction,Magnalia Christi Americana
- Cotton Mather,
Life of Winthrop,Magnalia Christi Americana.
- Elaine Tyler May, "The Radical Roots of
- Henry F. May,
Shifting Perspectives on the 1920s.
- Bruce Mazlish, The
Man-machine and Artificial Intelligence
- Thomas C. McClintock, The Turner
Thesis: After Ninethy Years it Still Lives On.'
- Pamela McCorduck, Brass for Brain
from Machines Who Think
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