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Index Page numbers in italics refer to illustrations. Academic and popular geography: American geography and national identity, 2, 27, 28, 30–31; cosmological versus environmentalist geography, 16, 22–23, 147; Countries of the World, 48–51, 49–51; environmental determinism in academic geography, 21, 22, 29–42; environmental determinism in American poetry, 21–22, 29–42; European geography in America, 22, 24–29; Semple’s American History and, 33, 37–38, 39, 98, 107–10; Semple’s Influences and, 42. See also National Geographic Magazine Adams, Harriet Chalmers, 47–48 Addams, Charles, 44 Adorno, Theodor, 4 Adverbial action of “geographically” (Stein), 104–5 Aesthetic autonomy of modernist poetics, 6 “Africa, Its Past and Future” (Hubbard), 87 “African American–based poetic syncretism ,” 76 African American periodicals, 33 African diasporic geography: “Magula,” 88–89; “The Negro Speaks of Rivers,” 76, 77–79, 80, 92–95 American Association for Geographers, 33 American History and Its Geographic Conditions (Semple), 33, 37–38, 39, 98, 107–10 American poetry, environmental determinism in, 21–22, 29–42 American ways of thinking, Semple’s national poetry canon, 38–42 Anachoristic elements in modernist poetic experimentation, 4, 5, 159n3 Anachronistic elements of modernist poetic experimentation, 4 Anderson, Benedict, 24 “The Anglo-Saxons of the Kentucky Mountains ” (Semple), 38 Anthropogeographie (Ratzel), 32 Anthropometrics and racial classification, 82–85 Archibald, Ann, 111 Association of American Geographers, 45–46 Atlantic Monthly, 58 Authorial agency and environmental determinism , 17–18, 34–35 Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas (Stein), 97, 98–99, 113 Baikie, James, 92 Beach, Sylvia, 44–45, 75 Benton, Thomas Hart, 24 194 | Index Berman, Jessica, 98, 109 The Big Sea (Hughes), 77, 81 Bingham, Millicent Todd, 122–23 Bishop, Elizabeth, 13–14 Black Nature (Dungy), 77 Blanchard, Raoul, 122–23 Boas, Franz, 81–82, 155 Bonheur, Rosa, 58 “Bottled” (Johnson), 78 Bowman, Isaiah, 9, 16, 152, 163n18, 173n12 Braudel, Ferdinand, 12 Breasted, James Henry, 132, 134 Brewster, David, 58 Brigham, Albert Perry, 31 Brooker, Peter, 8 Browning, Elizabeth Barrett, 58 Bryant, Marsha, 132, 134 Bryant, William Cullen, 39 Bryher: Kenwin library, 125–26; National Geographic Magazine and, 43, 45; Picture Geography for Little Children, 128–29; travel to Egypt, 136 Burns, Edward, 111–12 Butterfly image, Leaves of Grass, 61, 64 California in Stein’s Geographical History, 102–4 “Calls Whitman Negroes’ First Great Poetic Friend, Lincoln of Letters” (Hughes column), 76 Carter, Howard, 136 Celestial Mechanics (Laplace, Trans. Mary Somerville), 26 Character of Races (Huntington), 83 Chicago Defender, 76 Civil War: postwar mapping of the American landscape, 24; pre-war concerns over geographic expansion, 55 Clark University, 32–33, 37 Clifford, James, 6 Climate and Civilization (Huntington), 35 Cognitive mapping and Stein’s dislocation and unease with American homecoming, 101–4 Conrad, Joseph, 43, 50, 84 Cosmological geography: described, 16, 22–23, 147; in “Passage to India,” 17, 54–55, 56–57, 59–60, 71–74 Cosmos (Humboldt), 25, 26, 27 “Costa Rica, Land of the Banana” essay, 48 Countries of the Pointed Firs (Jewett), 37 Countries of the World, 12, 48–51 “The Cradle of Civilization” (Baikie), 92 Crevel, René, 110 Crisis, 33, 82, 89 “The Cyclists,” 39 Davis, Bob, 103, 119 Davis, William Morris: National Geographic Society lectures, 45–46, 47; ontography concept, 31 Dial magazine: essay on American poetry, 21; review of Semple’s Influences, 33–34 Diamond, Jared, 11–12 “The Difference between Inhabitants of France and Inhabitants of the United States” (Stein), 105 A Dome of Many Coloured Glass (Lowell), 39 Doolittle, Hilda. See H.D.; Trilogy (H.D.) Driver, Felix, 161n22 DuPlessis, Rachel Blau, 160n11 Dydo, Ulla, on Stein’s economic conservatism , 111–12 “Earth description” (Erdbeschreibung), 25 Eaverly, Mary Ann, 132, 134 Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, 26 “Egypto-modernism,” 132 Einstein, Albert, 25 Eliot, T. S., 74, 151–52 Emerson, Ralph Waldo: on “the Age of Humboldt,” 25; praise for Somerville and Humboldt, 26; and Semple’s national poetry canon, 39 “Emphasis upon Anthropo-Geography in Schools” (Semple article), 84 Environmental determinism: and academic geography in America, 30–31; American Index | 195 nationalism and, 29–30, 41–42, 51–53; anthropometrics and racial classification, 82–85; authorial agency and, 17–18, 34–35; in British publications, 48–51; Franz Boas’s critique of, 81–82; Guns, Germs, and Steel (Diamond), 11–12; James Oppenheim on environmental determinism in American poetry, 21–22; in National Geographic Magazine, 12, 13–14, 15–16, 46–48, 48, 51–53; in Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, 1–2, 6–7; in...

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ISBN
9780813055145
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9780813060514
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OCLC
900158401
Pages
208
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2015-02-13
Language
English
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