American studies in transition. Edited by Marshall W. Fishwick.

Philadelphia, University of Pennsyslvania Press [1964] .

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E169.1 .F543 1964 Available Request
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Subjects Study skills.
United States -- Civilization -- Study and teaching.
United States -- Study and teaching.
United States.
Description 329 pages 22 cm
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents 1. On understanding America: American studies: words or things? / John A. Kouwenhoven -- An "eye" for America / Warren French -- America as an underdeveloped nation / Patrick D. Hazard -- "Don't nobody move!" / John Ashmead -- Do good fences make good scholars? / Sigmund Diamond -- Change and new perspectives / Ralph H. Gabriel -- 2. On teaching American studies: A bridge for science and technology / Brooke Hindle -- The problem of synthesis / John A. Hague -- The culture concept as keystone / Richard E. Sykes -- The historical fallacy / Robert J. Cooke -- Principled opportunism and American studies / Henry Wasser -- "ATL" at Michigan State: a case study / John J. Appel -- 3. On confronting the world: Anglophobia and Anglophilia / Harry C. Allen -- American studies in Germany / Hans Galinsky -- The American scholar and the world / Ludwig Borinski -- American literature in the world today / Richard Beale Davis -- Cosmotopian possibilities / Lawrence W. Chisolm -- Why so much pessimism? / Roy F. Nichols.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm00299263
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat


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