Cultural Turn in U. S. History Past, Present, and Future
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Description: A definitive account of one of the most dominant trends in recent historical writing,The Cultural Turn in U.S. Historytakes stock of the field at the same time as it showcases exemplars of its practice. The first of this volume's three distinct sections offers a comprehensive genealogy of American cultural history, tracing its multifaceted origins, defining debates, and intersections with adjacent fields. The second section comprises previously unpublished essays by a distinguished roster of contributors who illuminate the discipline's rich potential by plumbing topics that range from nineteenth-century anxieties about greenback dollars to confidence games in 1920s Harlem, from Shirley Temple's career to the story of a Chicano community in San Diego that created a public park under a local freeway. Featuring an equally wide ranging selection of pieces that meditate on the future of the field, the final section explores such subjects as the different strains of cultural history, its relationships with arenas from mass entertainment to public policy, and the ways it has been shaped by catastrophe. Taken together, these essays represent a watershed moment in the life of a discipline, harnessing its vitality to offer a glimpse of the shape it will take in years to come.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
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Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Publication date: 2/1/2009
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Michael O'Malley is associate professor of history at George Mason University.
|Twelve Propositions for a History of U.S. Cultural History|
|Practicing Cultural History|
|A Native among the Headhunters|
|Rags, Blacking, and Paper Soldiers: Money and Race in the Civil War|
|The Envelope, Please|
|Re-membering John Dillinger|
|Behind Shirley Temple's Smile: Children, Emotional Labor, and the Great Depression|
|Gimme Shelter: Do-It-Yourself Defense and the Politics of Fear|
|"Be Real Black for Me": Representation, Authenticity, and the Cultural Politics of Black Power|
|Turning Structure into Culture: Reclaiming the Freeway in San Diego's Chicano Park|
|Agendas for Cultural History|
|The Return of the Culture Industry|
|On Grif and Complicity: Notes toward a Visionary Cultural History|
|From Nation to Neighborhood: Land, Policy, Culture, Colonialism, and Empire in U.S.-Indian Relations|
|Capitalism, Culture, and Catastrophe|
|The Art of Listening|
|Notes on Contributors|