Studies in American culture; dominant ideas and images. Edited by Joseph J. Kwiat and Mary C. Turpie.

; Turpie, Mary C., editor
Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press [1960] .

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Other Authors Turpie, Mary C.,
Subjects Civilization.
McDowell, Tremaine, 1893-1959.
United States -- Civilization.
United States.
Description viii, 233 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date [1960]
Notes "Initiated when Professor Tremaine McDowell announced his premature retirement ... from the post ... as chairman of the Program in American Studies at the University of Minnesota."
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Can "American studies" develop a method? By H.N. Smith.--How Americans see themselves, by R. Denney.--The meaning of Lindbergh's flight, by J.W. Ward.--Oneida's challenge to American culture, by M.Q. Sibley.--The man with the hoe and the good machine, by D.R. Weimer.--The novel and the "truth" about America, by W. van O'Connor.--Literature and covert culture, by B. Bowron, L. Marx, and A. Rose.--A southern mode of the imagination, by A. Tate.--The vernacular tradition in American literature, by L. Marx.--Henry Adams and the culture of science, by J.C. Levenson.--Dreiser and Veblen and the literature of cultural change, by D.W. Noble.--Robert Henri and the Emerson-Whitman tradition, by J.J. Kwiat.--Singing immigrants and pioneers, by T.C. Blegen.--The "theonomous analysis" of American culture, by C.H. Foster.--American studies, past, present, and future, by R.E. Spiller.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)419112
(OCoLC)ocm00419112
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