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  1. The Demography of African Americans 1930-1990 by S.H. Preston, I.T. Elo, et all 2003-10-31
  2. Selling Tradition: Appalachia and the Construction of an American Folk, 1930-1940 by Jane S. Becker, 1998-06-30
  3. Crime Novels: American Noir of the 1930s and 40s: The Postman Always Rings Twice / They Shoot Horses, Don't They? / Thieves Like Us / The Big Clock / Nightmare ... a Dead Man (Library of America) (Vol 1) by Horace McCoy, Kenneth Fearing, et all 1997-09-01
  4. The 1930s by William H. Young, 2002-10-30
  5. Modern Drama by Women 1880s-1930s by Katherine E.Kelly, 2007-03-14
  6. Men and Women Writers of the 1930s by Janet Montefiore, 2007-03-20
  7. From Scottsboro to Munich: Race and Political Culture in 1930s Britain by Susan D. Pennybacker, 2009-07-06
  8. Islamic Reform and Arab Nationalism: Expanding the Crescent from the Mediterranean to the Indian Ocean (1880s-1930s) by Amal N. Ghazal, 2010-09-06
  9. American Literary Criticism since the 1930s, Second Edition by Vincent B. Leitch, 2009-09-03
  10. The Final Frontiers, 1880-1930: Settling the Southern Bottomlands by John Solomon Otto, 1999-09-30
  11. Murder in the Metro: Laetitia Toureaux and the Cagoule in 1930s France by Gayle K. Brunelle, Annette Finley-croswhite, 2010-04-30
  12. Sunset Limited: The Southern Pacific Railroad and the Development of the American West, 1850-1930 by Richard J. Orsi, 2005-05-16
  13. Problems In American Democracy- Thames Ross Williamson by Thames Ross Williamson, 2010-02-15
  14. The Fireside Chats - Franklin Delano Roosevelt by Franklin Delano Roosevelt, 2010-02-03

41. KU Women's Studies Program: Faculty & Staff
with other scholars on ReThinking Feminism in Turkey and Iran in the 1930s tobe My primary teaching within Women's studies is in us Women's History -a
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Women's Studies Home Major Requirements Courses ... B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Women's Studies Faculty Director of Women's Studies - Ann E. Cudd Women's Studies Office: 213 E Bailey Hall(864-2311) Philosophy Department Office: 3051 Wescoe (864-2326) Director of Women's Studies Program; Professor of Women's Studies and Philosophy (Ph.D. University of Pittsburgh, 1988). Faculty member at the University of Kansas since 1988. Research Area - Social and Political Philosophy, Philosophy of Social Science, Feminist and Multicultural Theory. Teaching Area - Philosophy of Science, Epistemology, History of Political Philosophy and Economic Thought. My research is currently focused on the concept of oppression as the primary kind of social injustice. I am writing a book that analyzes the material and psychological forces of oppression to provide a univocal account that encompasses the wide variety of oppressive conditions that different social groups face. I am also co-editing two books: one on the backlash to feminism in academic circles, particularly in philosophy, and the other on the "big questions" of feminist philosophy. I have interests in democratic theory and in rational choice theory, and in the feminist critiques of each. A list of my publications is available on my homepage at

42. Center For Latin American Studies At UC Berkeley
became a textile millionaire in Puebla and was appointed a us consular agent. andas such may well have been prototypical through the 1930s, national and
Andrew Paxman "William Jenkins, The Private Sector and the Mexican State, 1910-1946" Andrew Paxman, Mitla, Mexico, 7/2001 (Oaxaca Summer Institute) More specifically, Jenkins' career has never been investigated in depth or as a whole; no-one has studied either Jenkins' business trajectory or his relationship with Maximino, and most of what is known about this alliance is based on rumor and conjecture (e.g. Angeles Mastretta's novel Arráncame la vida [Tear This Heart Out]). I hope to sort out, as much as possible, fact from fiction. The thesis is tentatively titled "William Jenkins, the Private Sector and the Mexican State, 1910-1946," which covers Jenkins' key years as a businessman, but that periodization may change. At the Oaxaca Summer Insitute, I gained advice about archives and also the shaping of my thesis from the following participants: Alan Knight (Oxford), Gil Joseph (Yale), John Hart (Houston), Paul Vanderwood (San Diego State), Josefina Vázquez (Colegio de México), Wm. Beezley (Arizona). I cannot emphasize enough how useful and stimulating the seminar was, and I am surprised that no graduate students from Berkeley have previously attended. Anyone with an interest in Mexican history would find the experience beneficial, not least for the ample contact it affords with two dozen academics and a peer group of 15 students.

43. Urban Studies
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45. National Park Service: Expansion Of The NPS In The 1930s (Preface)
National Park Service in the 1930s Administrative History history program will resultin studies that will C. Bearss initiated the program, gave us the project
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The following study, which examines one of the most significant decades in the development of the National Park Service, is one of the first in what will be a series of administrative histories of the National Park Service. Initiated by NPS Chief Historian Edwin C. Bearss, the administrative history program will result in studies that will not only be of importance to managers in the Service, but will be of interest to the general student as well. Any study is the result of the combined efforts of a number of people, and this one is no exception. Edwin C. Bearss initiated the program, gave us the project, and was a source of encouragement throughout preparation of the project. Barry Mackintosh, NPS Bureau Historian, provided general administrative oversight of the project. Harry Butowsky, Historian, WASO, supplied us with his study on nomenclature and the supporting documentation for it. Ben Levy, senior historian in the Washington office, helped us to find material on the NPS Advisory Board and shared his insights into the Historic Sites Act of 1935. Gerald Patten, Assistant Manager, and Nan V. Rickey, Chief, Branch of Cultural Resources, Mid-Atlantic/North Atlantic Team, Denver Service Center, provided encouragement for the project and released us from team-related work so that we could work on it.

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50. Past, Current, And Upcoming Courses
Spring 1999. Ethnic American Literature; studies in us Intellectual and CulturalHistory The 1930s. Autumn 1999. Introduction to Interdisciplinary studies (Humor).
David Goldstein-Shirley, Ph.D.
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University of Washington, Bothell
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Winter 1998
  • Topics in Cinema Studies: History of American Documentary Films
Spring 1998
  • Topics in American Culture: Asian American Culture Topics in American Literature: Postmodernism, Postcolonialism (Multiculturalism)
Summer 1998
  • Issues in American Political History: Race and Race Relations
Autumn 1998
  • Topics in Cinema Studies: History of American Documentary Films Topics in American Studies: The 1960s
Winter 1999
  • Topics in Advanced Cinema Studies: Black Images in American Film Topics in American Studies: Toni Morrison and American Culture
Spring 1999
  • Ethnic American Literature Studies in U.S. Intellectual and Cultural History: The 1930s
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  • Introduction to Interdisciplinary Studies (Humor)
Winter 2000
  • Introduction to Interdisciplinary Studies (Humor)
Spring 2000
  • Twentieth-Century American Literature
Summer 2000
  • Ethnic American Literature
Autumn 2000
  • BLS 300F: Introduction to Interdisciplinary Studies (Humor) BLS 365: Exploring American Culture: Popular and Consumer Culture
Winter 2001
  • BLS 371: Twentieth-Century American Literature BLS 382: Words of Deliverance: Literature from the "Third World"
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  • BLS 300C: Introduction to Interdisciplinary Studies (Race) BLS 300D: Introduction to Interdisciplinary Studies (Race)

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1) Since I am a contributor to New studies, yet one over how to interpret the historyof the us Left. of the radical student movement of the 1930s is addressed
Book Review from RHR "Search for a Method: Recent Histories of American Communism" By Alan Wald
Book Reviewed: When the Old Left Was Young: Student Radicals and America's First Mass Student Movement, 1929-41.
New York: Oxford University Press, 1993. 432 pp. Cloth $55.00. Theodore Draper, the closest approximation we have to a founding father of scholarly studies in U.S. Communism, and more recently the mainstream arbiter of kosher products in the field, declared recently in the New York Review that Robert Cohen's When the Old Left Was Young responsibly advances the history of the Left. This judgment is made in dramatic contrast to another volume, New Studies in the Politics and Culture of U.S. Communism, edited by Michael E. Brown, Randy Martin, Frank Rosengarten, and George Snedeker-which Draper denounces as a "politically sick" fraud. Its eleven essays, he argues, express the outlook of a lost generation of graying 1960s New Leftists seeking to hustle academic careers while still feigning radical commitment. Their stratagem is to "reconstruct the old Communist Party in their own image."(1) Since I am a contributor to New Studies , yet one who was inspired in the late 1960s to conduct research on U.S. Communism after reading Draper's own two-volume history of Communism in the 1920s,(2) I turned to Cohen's work to explore the critical methodological issues in this increasingly nasty debate over how to interpret the history of the U.S. Left.

53. Masters In American Studies Courses
in us Society; Cultural History and New York City; The Civil War Myth and Reality;America in the 1930s Decade of Change; Issues in Contemporary American studies;
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To earn the M.A. degree in American Studies, students must complete 33 credits with a minimum Quality Point Average of 3.00. The curriculum has three major components: I. Required Courses: 9 Credits
  • Introduction to American Studies: The Interdisciplinary Method American Historiography: A Survey of Seminal American Historical Texts Topics in Contemporary American Studies
II. Elective Courses: 21 Credits
    In consultation with a faculty advisor, each student will design an individualized program of study, usually seven courses from a list of 53 offered over a three-year cycle.
III. Independent Capstone Project: 3 Credits
    In collaboration with a faculty advisor, each student will choose a topic and provide a prospectus and bibliography which must then be approved by a faculty committee. The student will then write an independent research paper under the supervision of an appropriate faculty member. While this is the normal mode of fulfilling the capstone requirement, alternative proposals will be considered.
Courses Available As Electives Include: American Studies
  • Women of Color in U.S. Society

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American South Homepage

American Studies at The University of Virginia
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Colonial Period/The Revolutionary War: Archiving Early America
From Revolution to Reconstruction: an HTML-hypertext on American History

Scanned Originals of Early American Documents

Special Collections in the Library of Congress: Eighteenth Century

Early National Period, 1787-1828: Archiving Early America
The Federalist and Anti-federalist Papers
Alexander Hamilton Thomas Jefferson ... The Lewis and Clark Expedition The Antebellum Era, 1828-1860: Frederick Douglass Godey's Lady's Book (1850) Nathaniel Hawthorne Washington Irving ... The South: History and Documents The Civil War and Reconstruction: The American Civil War or the Conflict Between the States The Battle of Chickamauga: An Alabama Infantry Regiment's Perspective Civil War Information, Documents, and Archive Civil War in the Southeast ... WPA Slave Narratives (from Valley of the Shadow Project) The Gilded Age William Jennings Bryan 1896 - The Cross of Gold A Tour of Andrew Carnegie's Steel Mill Willa Cather The Democratic Party in Politics ... Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center and Archives

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56. American Studies: Colloquium
the uses of us slavery in two very different epochs, the 1930s and the present.Readings will be available on library reserve under American studies by the
FML The Colloquium The American Studies Colloquium is an informal discussion group comprised of members of the American Studies Committee , American Studies Majors, and other interested students and faculty. Readings are chosen ahead of time by faculty members and/or students. Copies of the readings are on reserve in the library. The Colloquium meets about once a month, and attendance is required of majors. No course credit is given, but pizza and beverages are usually served. The Fall 2000 Colloquium will examine the multiple ways "America" has been invented - from Race in the early nineteenth century, to Ethnic Studies in higher education in the 1960's. Previous colloquium topics have included the Spring 2000 sessions on Popular Culture and the Fall 1999 discussions on Multiculturalism. See the below schedule of upcoming events and topics; the Fall 200 syllabus is also available as a pdf file The Colloquium: Fall 2002 Wednesday, September 11

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58. Internet Resources For Central Asian Studies
us Foreign Assistance Programs in Central Asia by ICARP. Sea region - FAO; TED CaseStudies - Aral Sea Turkistan National Liberation Movement 1916-1930s - by HB
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59. New Day Films-Subject Index-Political Studies
Political studies. It Happens to us (32 min.) The classic film plea for legal abortion. UnionMaids (48 min.) A vivid history of women organizing in the 1930s.
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A Day's Work, A Day's Pay (57 min.)
Three welfare recipients transform their lives through their fight against workfare Battle for the Minds (52 min.)
Becoming American
(30 min.)
A Hmong refugee family from highland Laos resettling in the U.S. Children of the Left (57 min.)
Red diaper babies describe growing up communist in 1950s America. Current Events (56 min.)
How we respondor don't respondto the news Dawn's Early Light (57 min.)
Ralph McGill and the Segregated South 57 min.
Exposing CIA complicity in Guatemalan human rights violations Do Not Enter: The Visa War Against Ideas (58 min.)
A powerful examination of the limits of free speech. Father Roy: Inside the School of the Assassins (57 min.)
The struggle to find and expose the truth about the U.S. Army School of the Americas (SOA) Gaza Ghetto: Portrait of a Palestinian Family 82 min.
The impact of war on a Palestinian family The Global Assembly Line (58 min.) The human story behind the new global workplace Golub (56 min.)

60. New Day Films-Subject Index-Women's Studies
Women's studies. It Happens to us (32 min.) The classic film plea for legal abortion. UnionMaids (48 min.) A vivid history of women organizing in the 1930s.
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An Acquired Taste (26 min.)
The American obsession with success Barbie Nation: An Unauthorized Tour 53 min.
Everybody has a Barbie story. The stories are about us. Battle for the Minds (52 min.)
Beauty in the Bricks
(29 min.)
Black teenage girls growing up in a housing project. Bionic Beauty Salon (22 min.)
A chronicle of fact and fiction about the female body
(56 min.)
The true story of a filmmaker and her very own miracle Breaking Silence (58 min.)
Surviving incest and child sexual abuse Breaking Silence: The Story of the Sisters at Desales Heights (58 min.)
A unique community in transition 35 min.
Family, Identity and Aging with Chutzpah The Chicago Maternity Story (60 min.) Women fight for the survival of a home-birth center Chris and Bernie (25 min.) Two single mothers share the responsibilities of family and career Dear Diary (24 min.) The film on puberty for girls Dear Lisa: A Letter to My Sister (45 min.) Women's dreams, women's stories 57 min. Exposing CIA complicity in Guatemalan human rights violations Embracing Our Sexuality (45 min.)

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