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Discourses in America


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Discourses in America

Mapping Carnivalistic Discourse in Japanese−American Writing

Japanese Americans in Academia and Political Discourse in Japan

The Bible in the Political Discourse of the American Founding

A New Frontier: Emerging Theories in American Sign Language Discourse

Amorous Discourse and ‘Bolts of Annihilation’ in the American Poems

A Return to Civility: Roger Williams and Public Discourse in America

Miracles in the Desert: Literature, Water, and Public Discourse in the American West

Katharine S. Bullard. Civilizing the Child: Discourses of Race, Nation, and Child Welfare in America.

Beyond Freedom and Slavery: Autonomy, Virtue, and Resistance in Early American Political Discourse

The silencing of radical democracy in American community development: the struggle of identities, discourses and practices

The Populist Style in American Politics: Presidential Campaign Discourse, 1952–1996

Calvin and Calvinism within Congregational and Unitarian Discourse in Nineteenth-Century America

‘Good to Think’: The American Reference in French Discourses of Immigration and Ethnicity

“I’ve Got Some Antique in Me”: The Discourse of Authenticity and Identity in the African American Blues Community in Austin, Texas

Defining Landscape Painting in Nineteenth-Century American Critical Discourse. Or, Should Art ‘Deal in Wares the Age Has Need of’?

Caballeros and Indians: Mexican American Whiteness, Hegemonic Mestizaje, and Ambivalent Indigeneity in Proto-Chicana/o Autobiographical Discourse, 1858–2008

Kathleen S. Sullivan. Constitutional Context: Women and Rights Discourse in Nineteenth-Century America. (Johns Hopkins Series in Constitutional Thought.) Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. 2007. Pp. x, 181. $45.00.

Obedient Sons: The Discourse of Youth and Generations in American Culture, 1630–1860. By Glenn Wallach (Amherst, Massachusetts: University of Massachusetts Press, 1997. ix plus 265pp. $29.95)

 

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Three lectures by Matthew Arnold, delivered during a tour of the Eastern states in 1883 and published in 1885.

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Matthew Arnold (1822—1888) poet, writer, and inspector of schools


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