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Tuesday, June 21 2011

Will White People Go to the National Black Museum?

— Natalie Hopkinson (The Root, 20 May 2011)
Filed in: American Studies | Ethnicity & Race | Geographies

Wednesday, May 11 2011

The Public Library Manifesto

— David Morris (Yes!, 6 May 2011)
Filed in: American Studies | Education | General Culture | Humanities | Literature

Monday, April 25 2011

The Best Civil War Books

— Malcolm Jones (The Daily Beast, 15 April 2011)
Filed in: American Studies | History | Literature

Thursday, April 14 2011

How the Civil War changed American Literature

— Craig Fehrman (The Boston Globe, 10 April 2011)
Filed in: American Studies | History | Literature

Friday, November 12 2010

Signposts in a Strange Land

— Matt Robison (The Morning News, 10 November 2010)
Filed in: American Studies | Literature

Tuesday, August 3 2010

1848 Daguerreotypes Bring Middle America’s Past to Life

— Julie Rehmeyer (Wired, 9 July 2010)
Filed in: American Studies | History | Visual Arts

Tuesday, May 25 2010

New Urbanism for the Apocalypse

— Greg Lindsay (Fast Company, 24 May 2010)
Filed in: American Studies | Geographies

Wednesday, May 19 2010

Ghosts of New York

— John Freeman Gill (The Atlantic, June 2010)
Filed in: American Studies | Geographies | Visual Arts

Tuesday, May 11 2010

Immigrant Number One
— Jesse Green (New York, 9 May 2010)
Filed in: American Studies | History

Monday, April 5 2010

A Body on the Gears: On Mario Savio
— Scott Saul (The Narion, 11 March 2010)
Filed in: American Studies | History | Politics & Government

Saturday, February 27 2010

Race in the South in the Age of Obama
— Nicholas Dawidoff (The New York Times Magazine, 25 February 2010)
Filed in: American Studies | Ethnicity & Race | Politics & Government

Wednesday, February 17 2010

Masters of American Literature
— Mark Lawson (The Guardian, 6 February 2010)
Filed in: American Studies | Literature

Sunday, February 14 2010

How Christian Were the Founders?
— Russell Shorto (The New York Times Magazine, 11 February 2010)
Filed in: American Studies | History | Politics & Government

Thursday, February 11 2010

Wednesday, February 10 2010

How a New Jobless Era Will Transform America
— Don Peck (The Atlantic, March 2010)
Filed in: American Studies | Business & Economics | Consumerism

Sunday, February 7 2010

Is Democracy Killing Democracy?
— Kurt Andersen (New York, 5 February 2010)
Filed in: American Studies | Mass Media | Politics & Government

Monday, January 18 2010

How the Great Depression Remade American Culture
— Christopher Benfey (The New Republic, 18 January 2010)
Filed in: American Studies | History

Thursday, January 14 2010

The Decade We Had
— The New York Times (The New York Times, 26 December 2009)
Filed in: American Studies | Business & Economics | Cyberculture & New Media | Digital & Gaming | Food | General Culture | History | Politics & Government
America at the Bat
— Diana Schaub (National Affairs, Winter 2010)
Filed in: American Studies | Sports

Monday, January 11 2010

The Ruse of the Creative Class
— Alec MacGillis (The American Prospect, 4 January 2010)
Filed in: American Studies | Geographies
Myths of the American Revolution
— John Ferling (Smithsonian.com, January 2010)
Filed in: American Studies | History
How the Crash Will Reshape America
— Richard Florida (The Atlantic, March 2009)
Filed in: American Studies | Geographies

Tuesday, November 17 2009

Addicted to Cute
— Jim Windolf (Vanity Fair, December 2009)
Filed in: American Studies | General Culture | Lifestyle

Saturday, October 17 2009

Southern Discomfort
— Dan Halpern (The New York Times Magazine, 14 October 2009)
Filed in: American Studies | Literature

Wednesday, September 30 2009

Rich Dem, Poor Dem
— Thomas B. Edsall (The New Republic, 30 September 2009)
Filed in: American Studies | Politics & Government

Monday, September 28 2009

Has “Mad Men” Gone Mad?
— Heather Havrilesky (Salon, 28 September 2009)
Filed in: American Studies | Television

Saturday, September 26 2009

The Witchcraft of Shirley Jackson
— Joyce Carol Oates (The New York Review of Books, 8 October 2009)
Filed in: American Studies | Literature
The Right to Write About It: Literature, After Katrina
— Jordan Soyka (The Quarterly Conversation, Fall 2009)
Filed in: American Studies | Literature
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