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Fri Mar 21 17:08:10 2014 UTClccn-n800573760.00Sturbridge, Mass.,0.551.00Cathy Davidson papers,261164343n 80057376439113A.S.A.ASA.ASA AbkuerzungStudies AssociationStudies Association United Stateslccn-n78078971University of MinnesotaProgram in American Studieslccn-n78078972University of PennsylvaniaCommittee on American Civilizationlccn-n79106200Spiller, Robert Ernest1896-1988edtlccn-n50036029Larrabee, Ericedtlccn-n80106767Kurian, George Thomaslccn-n79112395Browne, Ray B.(Ray Broadus)1922-2009edtlccn-n50015281Salzman, Jackedtlccn-n93121744Ambrosetti, Ronald J.edtlccn-n79113047Landrum, Larry N.edtlccn-n94036997Bottorff, William K.1931-2007edtAmerican Studies AssociationPeriodicalsEncyclopediasBibliographyHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcConference proceedingsDirectoriesInteractive multimediaUnited StatesStudy skillsCivilizationIntellectual lifeCivilization--Study and teachingNational characteristics, AmericanEconomic policyAmerican literaturePopular cultureEducation--CurriculaRelationsImmigrants--Cultural assimilationSocial aspectsEmigration and immigration--Government policyCitizenshipTransnationalismImmigrants--Social conditionsEmigration and immigration--Social aspectsCivilization--Study and teaching (Higher)College teachingEducational technologyAmerican Studies AssociationInstructional systems--DesignWorld Wide WebUniversity of Minnesota.--Program in American StudiesComputer-assisted instructionEthnicitySocial historyHispanic AmericansCalifornia--Los AngelesAmericanizationEmigration and immigrationAssimilation (Sociology)EuropeCultureCulture--Study and teaching (Higher)College teachersUniversities and colleges--CurriculaAuthors, AmericanSouthern StatesFeministsHowe, FlorencePopular culture--Study and teachingPublishers and publishingWomen's studiesUniversities and colleges--FacultyWomen authorsHistoriansWomenTate, Allen,1957195919611965197019721975197619771978197919801981198219851986198719881989199019921993199419961997199819992001200320042008200920102011201220136185108196051E169.1234732ocn001480637serial0.53American Studies AssociationAmerican quarterlyHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcPeriodicalsIncludes bibliographies in American studies, American studies dissertations, and list of American studies programs9515ocn000424238book19610.53American Studies AssociationAmerican perspectives; the national self-image in the twentieth century7133ocn046343385book20010.28Encyclopedia of American studiesEncyclopediasContains about 660 alphabetically arranged articles in which specialists and scholars examine topics related to American studies, providing diverse perspectives on American history, culture, and society, and includes a comprehensive index+-+877747262553812ocn013823755file19860.63Salzman, JackAmerican studies : an annotated bibliographyBibliography+-+62311767053243464ocn000659932book19700.70Browne, Ray BPopular culture and curriculaPapers presented in this volume were read at the second national meeting of the American Studies Association, Toledo, Ohio, Oct. 30-Nov. 1,1969. The nature of the study of Popular Culture and a guide for teachers beginning courses in this subject3304ocn000106175book19700.73Browne, Ray BChallenges in American cultureCriticism, interpretation, etc2644ocn006357605book19810.81Smithsonian Institution. Washington, D.C. Conference. 1976. Washinton, D.CFor better or worse : the American influence in the worldConference proceedings+-+17987786853242575ocn710016705file20100.53Encyclopedia of American studiesHistoryEncyclopedias"The Encyclopedia of American Studies brings together a wide range of disciplines related to the history and cultures of the United States, from pre-colonial days to the present. It features broad, synthetic articles covering areas such as history, literature, art, photography, film, architecture, urban studies, ethnicity, race, gender, economics, politics, wars, consumer culture, and global America"--Publisher description673ocn002082124serial0.81American studies: an international newsletterHistoryPeriodicals445ocn030954192serial0.84Guide to American studies resourcesDirectories242ocn039330003book19970.81Engines of inquiry : a practical guide for using technology to teach American cultureInteractive multimedia201ocn008541578serial0.93American studies : a publication of the American Studies AssociationPeriodicalsVols. 1-2, 6 (1955-56, 1963) include directory of American Studies Association members173ocn609896296serial0.59American Studies AssociationAmerican studies internationalPeriodicals"Ceased. Articles and book notes on the range of topics that fall under the heading American studies: history, literature and language, material culture, folklore, philosophy and religion and government and politics"154ocn830740128book19860.33American studies141ocn041113070com0.59American Studies Crossroads Project"ASEC contains pedagogical, scholarly, and institutional information for the international American Studies Community, along with full information about the American Studies Association."133ocn830740144book19860.37American studies : an annotated bibliography+-+6231176705324131ocn057209518book20040.47Los Angeles and the future of urban cultures92ocn643302494book19900.33American studies : an annotated bibliography+-+340018670532481ocn263182651book20080.70Nation and migration : past and futureHistory81ocn054671130book20030.56Engines of inquiry : approaches to teaching learning, and technology in American culture studiesHistory11ocn036162441com1.00American Studies AssociationAmerican Studies Association home pageHistoryDirectories11ocn031069821mix1.00Rubin, Louis DLouis Decimus Rubin papersHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcCorrespondence with poets, novelists, critics, colleagues, friends, family, and students, including John Barth, Cleanth Brooks, Allen Tate, Howard Nemerov, Lee Smith, and C. Vann Woodward; correspondence with or about various publishers, universities, books, boats, and periodicals; and material concerning Rubin's involvement with the American Studies Association, the Modern Library Association, and the Society for the Study of Southern Literature. There are also items relating to "A Bibliographical Guide to the Study of Southern Literature" and "A History of Southern Literature"; drafts of Rubin's writing, including "The Golden Weather," "Thomas Wolfe: The Weather of His Youth," "Surfaces of a Diamond," "The Edge of the Swamp," and copies of poetic, journalistic, and essay productions; items relating to Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill; materials about youth and college baseball; drafts of writings by others, including Clyde Edgerton, Howard Nemerov, Sylvia Wilkinson, and Lee Smith; and miscellaneous material. There is also material relating to the 1956 Fugitives Reunion in Nashville. Note that Series 1.1.1. Selected author correspondence is cataloged separately according to correspondents' last names (3899 Series 1.1.1 A-C; 3899 Series 1.1.1 D-H; 3899 Series 1.1.1 I-N; 3899 Series 1.1.1 O-T; 3899 Series 1.1.1 V-W)11ocn122521330mix1.00Lerner, GerdaHistoryTrials, litigation, etcCollection includes biographical information; correspondence with colleagues; lectures; writings, including reviews, articles, and drafts of books; correspondence with her publishers and from her work in professional organizations; proposals, correspondence, etc., from Documenting the Midwestern Origins of the Twentieth Century Women's Movement, an oral history project; clippings; and research material from her work on the Grimkeśisters and patriarchy11ocn033198637mix1.00Arlin, TurnerPapersRecords and correspondenceOther items include: a stencil of the stamp used by Nathaniel Hawthorne in the Customs House; a facsimile of a manuscript poem by Stephane Mallarme;̀ and a facsimile of a bookplate depicting Poe's raven, by Edouard Manet11ocn778704150mix1.00Davidson, Cathy NCathy Davidson papersCriticism, interpretation, etcThe Cathy Davidson Papers encompass Davidson's various writings, organizational work, and materials related to Fred Hampton. Within the Writings Series, her research and assemblage of famous authors' love letters make up the Book of Love Subseries, and the Assorted Writings Subseries includes drafts of various books, short stories, writing workshops, and publication matters. The Organizations Series includes the American Studies Association Subseries with items related to ASA history, aritcles, and Davidson's committee participation. Under Other Organizations, her role within the American Literature Association is documented. The final series, the Fred Hampton Materials, pertains to the assassination of Fred Hampton in 1969 and Davidson's related photography projects. This series is closed until 201711ocn806467210mix1.00Hedges, ElaineElaine Hedges papersHistoryArchivesSourcesA wide array of materials, including correspondence, bibliographies, research, manuscripts, ephemera, photographs, and printed materials, the bulk of which dates from the early 1970s to the late 1990s, from the papers of Elaine Hedges, who was a stellar educator and scholar in the field of women's studies. It thoroughly documents Hedges pioneering contributions to the body of feminist literary criticism--especially her contributions to the study of Charlotte Perkins Gilman--and her advocacy of curriculum reform and a more multicultural canon of American literature so as to ensure the inclusion of works by women, ethnic minorities, and the gay and lesbian community. This collection also highlights her research on the history of 19th century women and their needlework, particularly in regard to her ground breaking studies of quilts as encoded texts, from which she gathered important historical information about women and their social, political and artistic endeavors often unrecognized or overlooked by mainstream scholars11ocn401754690mix1.00Boatright, Mody CogginBoatright, Mody Coggin, papersArchivesPapers of Mody Boatright (1896-1970), folklorist and professor of English at The University of Texas (1926-1969), include personal papers; items related to the Boatright and Reck families; and materials related to his professional career as teacher, chairman of the English Department, secretary-editor of the Texas Folklore Society, Fellow of the American Folklore Society, and member of numerous organizations01ocn122405405mixFennelly, Catherine MSturbridge, MassThe first series concerns the membership publication The New England Galaxy. These include correspondence with authors and advisors, drafts of articles and original art work. Records of contributing authors include Robert Frost, Nina Fletcher Little, William Carlos Williams and Eric Sloane. The second series concerns the research library, costume, research, education, public information, hostess and publications. Administrative materials contain information about admissions, budget, fund raising, development and staff training. Many Old Sturbridge Village buildings are illustrated in the series+-+8777472625+-+8777472625Fri Mar 21 15:52:17 EDT 2014batch21396