In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content:

283 Bib­ liog­ ra­ phy­ Allan-Olney, Mary. The Pri­ vate Life of Gal­ i­ leo. Lon­ don: Mac­ mil­ lan, 1870. An­ der­ son, James Doug­ lass. “Wash­ ing­ ton and Lin­ coln: Two Ill Mated Spir­ its of the ‘Freedom’ Train.” ­ Tyler’s Quar­ terly His­ tor­ i­ cal and Ge­ ne­ a­ log­ ical Mag­ a­ zine 30, no. 1 (1948): 5–19. An­ der­ son, Steve. “His­ tory TV and Pop­ u­ lar Mem­ ory.” In Tele­ vi­ sion His­ to­ ries: Shap­ ing Col­ lec­ tive Mem­ ory in the Media Age, ed­ ited by Gary R. Ed­ ger­ ton and Peter C. Rol­ lins, 19–36. Lex­ ing­ ton: Uni­ ver­ sity Press of Ken­ tucky, 2001. An­ drews, ­ Charles ­ McLean. The Co­ lo­ nial Back­ ground of the ­ American Rev­ o­ lu­ tion. 1924. Rev. ed., New Haven, CT: Yale Uni­ ver­ sity Press, 1961. Antze, Paul, and Mi­ chael Lam­ bek, eds. Tense Past: Cul­ tural Es­ says in ­ Trauma and Mem­ ory. New York: Rout­ ledge, 1996. Ap­ theker, Her­ bert. ­ American Negro Slave Re­ volts. New York: Co­ lum­ bia Uni­ ver­ sity Press, 1943. . His­ tory and Re­ al­ ity. New York: Came­ ron As­ so­ ciates, 1955. . The Negro in the Civil War. New York: Inter­ na­ tional, 1938. Ar­ nold, Ken. “Time Heals: Mak­ ing His­ tory in Med­ i­ cal Mu­ seums.” In Mak­ ing His­ to­ ries in Mu­ seums, ed­ ited by ­ Gaynor Kav­ a­ naugh, 15–29. New York: Lei­ cester Uni­ ver­ sity Press, 1996. Ar­ nold, Thur­ man. The Folk­ lore of Cap­ i­ tal­ ism. New Haven, CT: Yale Uni­ ver­ sity Press, 1937. Auden, W. H. The Age of Anx­ iety: A Ba­ roque ­ Eclogue. Ed­ ited by Alan Ja­ cobs. Prince­ ton, NJ: Prince­ ton Uni­ ver­ sity Press, 2011. Bahr, Eh­ rhard. Wei­ mar on the Pa­ cific: Ger­ man Exile Cul­ ture in Los An­ geles and the Cri­ sis of Mod­ ern­ ism. Berke­ ley: Uni­ ver­ sity of Cal­ i­ for­ nia Press, 2007. Ball, Ter­ rence. “The Pol­ i­ tics of So­ cial Sci­ ence in Post­ war Amer­ ica.” In Re­ cast­ ing Amer­ ica: Cul­ ture and Pol­ i­ tics in the Age of Cold War, ed­ ited by Lary May, 76–92. Chi­ cago: Uni­ ver­ sity of Chi­ cago Press, 1989. Bar­ nouw, Erik. A His­ tory of Broad­ cast­ ing in the ­ United ­ States. Vol. 2, The ­ Golden Web— 1933–1953. New York: Ox­ ford Uni­ ver­ sity Press, 1968. 284 E Bibliography Baugh­ man, James L. The Re­ pub­ lic of Mass Cul­ ture: Jour­ nal­ ism, Film­ mak­ ing, and Broad­ cast­ ing in Amer­ ica since 1941. Bal­ ti­ more: Johns Hop­ kins Uni­ ver­ sity Press, 1992. Bax­ ter, Mau­ rice G., Rob­ ert H. Fer­ rell, and John E. Wiltz. The Teach­ ing of ­ American His­ tory in High ­ Schools. Bloom­ ing­ ton: In­ di­ ana Uni­ ver­ sity Press, 1964. Beard, ­ Charles, and Mary Beard. The Rise of ­ American Civ­ il­ iza­ tion. New York: Mac­ mil­ lan, 1930.­ Becker, Carl Lotus. Free­ dom and Re­ spon­ sibil­ ity in the ­ American Way of Life: Five Lec­ tures De­ livered at the Uni­ ver­ sity of Mich­ i­ gan, De­ cem­ ber 1944. New York: Al­ fred A. Knopf, 1945. Ben­ nett, Tony. The Birth of the Mu­ seum: His­ tory, The­ ory, Pol­ i­ tics. Lon­ don: Rout­ ledge, 1995. Ben­ ja­ min, Wal­ ter. “Un­ pack­ ing My Li­ brary: A Talk about Book Col­ lect­ ing” (1931). In Il­ lu­ mi­ na­ tions: Es­ says and Re­ flec­ tions, ed­ ited by Han­ nah ­ Arendt, 59–68. Trans­ lated by Harry Zohn. New York: ­ Schocken, 1968. Bern­ stein, Wal­ ter. In­ side Out: A Me­ moir of the Black­ list. New York: Da Capo Press, 2000. . Keep Your Head Down. New York: Book Find Club, 1945. Bird, ­ William L., Jr. “Bet­ ter Liv­ ing”: Ad­ ver­ tis­ ing, Media, and the New Vo­ cab­ u­ lary of Busi­ ness Lead­ er­ ship, 1935–1955. Ed­ ited by James ­ Schwoch and Mimi White. Media To­ pog­ ra­ phies. Evans­ ton, IL: North­ west­ ern Uni­ ver­ sity Press, 1999. Black, Jer­ emy. Using His­ tory. Lon­ don: Hod­ der Ar­ nold, 2005.­ Blight, David. Race and Re­ un­ ion: The Civil War in ­ American Mem­ ory. Cam­ bridge, MA: Bel...

pdf

Additional Information

ISBN
9780299289034
Related ISBN
9780299289041
MARC Record
OCLC
859687319
Pages
264
Launched on MUSE
2013-05-20
Language
English
Open Access
No
Back To Top

This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Without cookies your experience may not be seamless.