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Fri Mar 21 17:06:19 2014 UTClccn-n500498830.35Gender, ethnicity and sexuality in contemporary American film0.520.96West Indies records of the United Society for the Propagation of the Gospel, c. 1710-1908, in the U.S.P.G., London /139006158n 5004988384909Association for American StudiesAssociation for American Studies Great BritainBAASBAAS AbkuerzungBAAS (British Association for American Studies ; GB)British association of American studieslccn-n2001031083Davies, Jude1965-lccn-no98128134Smith, Carol R.lccn-n99836104Folly, Martin H.1957-lccn-n98039798Hulsether, Marklccn-n2008019353Bernier, Celeste-Marielccn-no2004100350Alman, Miriamedtlccn-n50018845Crick, Bernard1929-2008edtlccn-n78020136Raimo, John1946-edtlccn-no2011191455Saxon, Theresalccn-nb2004023492Taylor, Mark(Mark J.)British Association for American StudiesHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcPeriodicalsBibliographyCatalogsUnion lists (Library catalogs)BiographyManuscriptsUnited StatesAmerican literatureMotion picturesSexHomosexualityMinoritiesSex roleAfrican American artReligionWorld War (1939-1945)History--SourcesGreat BritainNorth AmericaIrelandVietnam War (1961-1975)ArchivesArchival resourcesReligion and cultureReligion and politicsManuscriptsTheaterUnion catalogsCivilizationCivilization--Study and teachingEthnic artHistoriographyAmerican Revolution (1775-1783)PhotographyPhotography, ArtisticKing, Martin Luther,--Jr.,Cold War (1945-1989)World politicsInternational relationsWomen--Social conditionsWomenWomen--EmploymentHawthorne, Nathaniel,Novelists, AmericanDetective and mystery stories, AmericanBritish Association for American StudiesLibrary resourcesStudy skillsRap (Music)Paley, GraceWest Indies--British West IndiesMinorities in motion picturesSex role in motion picturesHomosexuality in motion picturesSex in motion picturesSociety for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts (Great Britain)1959196119621963196419651966196719681970197119751977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719891990199119921993199419961997199819992001200220032005200720082009201020118745156245791.43650973E151ocn185435651ocn46242441316813ocn043475886file19970.35Davies, JudeGender, ethnicity and sexuality in contemporary American filmFirst published in 2000+-+K926688036166717ocn001799967serial0.56British Association for American StudiesJournal of American studiesHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcPeriodicals11113ocn052273724file20020.39Folly, Martin HThe United States and World War II the awakening giantHistory+-+61706139259004ocn166267090file20020.53Hulsether, MarkReligion, culture and politics in the twentieth-century United StatesHistoryKey players and themes in US religion before the twentieth century -- Changes in the religious landscape in the early twentieth century -- Religion and social conflict in the early twentieth century -- Shifts in the religious landscape from World War II to the present -- Religion and evolving social conflicts from World War II to the present -- Cultural aspects of religion from World War II to the present -- Conclusion: consensus, pluralism, and hegemony in US religion+-+29737139253247463ocn303581819file20080.50Bernier, Celeste-MarieAfrican American visual artsHistory"This book examines the quilts, ceramics, paintings, sculpture, installations, assemblages, daguerrotypes, photography and performance art produced by African American artists over a 200-year period. The author draws on archaeological discoveries and unpublished archival materials to recover the lost legacies of artists living and working in the United States." "The first critical study to provide in-depth case studies of 20 artists, this book introduces readers to works created in response to the Middle Passage, Atlantic slavery, lynching, racism, segregation and the fight for civil rights. Celeste-Marie Bernier examines little-discussed panoramas, murals, portraits, textile designs, collages and mixed-media installations to get to grips with key motifs and formal issues within African American art history." "Working within this tradition, artists experiment with cutting-edge techniques and alternative subject-matter to undermine racist iconography and endorse a new visual language. They push thematic and formal boundaries to create powerful narratives and epic histories of creativity, labour, discrimination, suffering and resistance. By providing close readings of works by artists such as Elizabeth Catlett, Jacob Lawrence, William Edmonson, Howardena Pindell, Charles Alston, Romare Bearden, Norman Lewis, Betye Saar, Horace Pippin and Kara Walker, this book sheds new light on the thematic and formal complexities of an African American art tradition which still remains largely shrouded in mystery."--BOOK JACKET+-+11087139254574ocn001371336book19610.66Crick, BernardA guide to manuscripts relating to America in Great Britain and IrelandHistoryCatalogsBibliographyThe Guide is a product of two years' work by the Survey of Sources for American Studies in the United Kingdom,a sub-committee of the British Association for American Studies4319ocn004194860book19780.70Raimo, JohnA Guide to manuscripts relating to America in Great Britain and Ireland : a revision of the guide edited in 1961 by B. R. 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JWomen in American society, 1820-1920History441ocn028186826book19930.90Walsh, RichardRadical theatre in the Sixties and SeventiesHistory421ocn019984129book19890.84Timms, DavidNathaniel HawthorneBiography422ocn027139001book19920.88Willett, RalphHard-boiled detective fictionCriticism, interpretation, etc273ocn003829116serial0.81British Association for American StudiesNewsletterPeriodicals121ocn055484160com20020.47European journal of American culture11ocn505753034book19840.96United Society for the Propagation of the GospelWest Indies records of the United Society for the Propagation of the Gospel, c. 1710-1908, in the U.S.P.G., LondonHistoryChurch historyArchivesSources+-+2973713925324+-+2973713925324Fri Mar 21 15:23:35 EDT 2014batch18585