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         Us Studies 1930s:     more books (25)
  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

61. Social Studies Resources - Bowling Green Area Schools
England Annenberg/CPB Renaissance studies Life in Internet Legal Resource Guide USSupreme Court 1930s Popular Culture General History Channel University of School/socstd.html
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Grolier Encyclopedia-with web links (Username bgschools; password bobcats. Key in Reconstruction at bottom right of page) Trial of Andrew Johnson, 1868 History Channel-Reconstruction (Search by timeline/Select a century/ Key in Reconstruction) History Net-Reconstruction Outline of Reconstruction Era with links Reconstructing the Nation (Web links at bottom of page) World War I World War I Website First World War Website Native American Tribes Flags of the Native Peoples of the United States NativeWeb Resource Database Government Site American Indian Environmental Office ... History, Legends, and Other Info The Renaissance Renaissance (Annenberg/CPB) Elizabethan England(prepared as a school project) Elizabethan Life Shakespeare Resource Center: Elizabethan England ... Life in Elizabethan England Library of Congress Sites American Memory America's Story Exhibits Gallery Thomas - Legislative Information Supreme Court Freedom Forum.Online

62. - Black Studies: Fighting For Respect - January 21, 2002
American studies Reader. By the 1930s, it was the Temple University, African Americanstudies Note Pages us HISTORY / GOVERNMENT Holt, Rinehart and Winston



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Professor James Stewart, president of the National Council for Black Studies and a labor economist at Penn State, says professors still must defend their field of black studies. (AP) Black studies programs sprang up by the score on college campuses following the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. But more than 30 years later, professors say they still must defend their field. When Harvard's new president recently questioned the work of his celebrated Afro-American studies faculty, the dustup sounded familiar to Penn State professor James Stewart. "Everybody has a war story," says Stewart, president of the National Council for Black Studies. The field still has "a very tenuous relationship in many institutions," adds Stewart, a labor economist at Penn State and former director of the black studies department there. QUICKVOTE Do you think that university African-American studies programs have the status of other specialized studies programs?

63. The UNC Press, Mama Learned Us To Work By Lu Ann Jones
Building upon evocative oral histories, she encourages us to understand many familiesduring the 1920s and 1930s and offered Series studies in Rural Culture.

64. Welcome To American Studies @ The University Of Virginia
it does include a set of maps relating to us territorial expansion Despite its culturalrichness, the 1930s remain nearly invisible in American studies @ UVA.
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to AS@UVA, the HomePage for The American Studies Group at The University of Virginia. We've been online for just over four years now and it feels like we're actually beginning to get somewhere. Absolutely the best measure of this progress can be seen in the Sampler of Student Projects. But it can also be seen in the Review of the American Studies Master's Degree Program which was completed in the Fall of 1999. And it is also evident in these larger projects and services, all produced by students in the process of their learning and as a service to anyone interested in the study of American Culture.
The Yellow Pages Directory
A selective, annotated directory of resources for American Studies. Of particular use are selective, current and annotated set of resources in Ethnic Studies, Gender Studies, Literature, Philosophy and Religion, ... The Social Sciences, and Science and Technology. Each directory is maintained by and editor or editors whose task it is to provide you with the the most current and useful links in their particular area.
An archive of American Studies hypertext projects, all produced here at The University of Virginia. Texts which have recently come on line or which will be available shortly include works by Crevecoeur, Twain, Poe, Henry Adams, Melville, Joel Chandler Harris, Alexis de Tocqueville, Stephen Crane, Cooper, Dickens, Poe, Jefferson, Charles Brockden Brown, Harriet Wilson, Harriet Jacobs, Thorstein Veblen, D.H. Lawrence, Sinclair Lewis, Max Weber, Booker T. Washington, and Francis Parkman.

65. USGCRP Seminar: Food, Agriculture, And Climate Change: The U.S. And Internationa
the hot, dry ÒDust BowlÓ years of the 1930s as an on the Agricultural Vulnerabilityand Adaptation Assessment of the us Country studies Program and a
About Site Map New Library ... Archives Food, Agriculture, and Climate Change: The US and International Outlook Search
Updated March 30, 2003 Food, Agriculture, and Climate Change: The U.S. and International Outlook
USGCRP Seminar, 7 January 1997
How will projected climate changes affect agriculture, food resources, and the availability of food in the U.S., and globally, over the next 25, 50, and 100 years? What is the outlook for food resources and agriculture for key agricultural and food-producing regions of the U.S.? How will these changes impact the rest of the U.S.? How will people and markets be affected by such changes? INTRODUCTION: Dr. Catherine E. Woteki
Acting Under Secretary for Research, Education, and Economics, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, DC SPEAKERS: Dr. Cynthia Rosenzweig
Head of the Climate Impacts Research Group, NASA/Goddard Institute for Space Studies, New York, NY
Dr. William E. Easterling

66. Latin American Studies Subject Guide
the early nineteenth century through the 1920s and 1930s. Special studies are federallycommissionedresearch papers from The us and Castro's Cuba, 1950s-1970s
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Latin American- Selected Microforms Collections
Unless otherwise noted, these collections are available in the Microforms Department, located on the Second Floor of Hillman Library. Bolivian Pamphlets in the University of Pittsburgh Libraries. Collection of 1255 pamphlets dating from 1860 to 1980 on Bolivian history, politics, government, political parties, economic conditions, social conditions, and education. Bolivian Monographs Selected for Preservation. Collection of 2500 monographs on Bolivian anthropology, history, archeology, education, ethnolinguistics, literature, political science, economics, religion, and sociology. While particularly rich in twentieth century materials, the collection has excellent research potential for any period of Bolivian history, or for Bolivian studies on the humanities or the social sciences. Brazil's Popular Groups . (PDF) A microfilm collection of materials issued by socio-political, religious, labor and minority grass-roots organizations, acquired and organized by the library of Congress Field Office, Rio de Janeiro. The main collection dates from 1966 to 1986 and annual supplements currently dates from 1987 to 1999.
CIA Research Reports, Latin America: 1946-1976

67. Global Studies Faculty
on ChineseAmerican diplomatic relations in the 1930s. School, Ms. Ericson teachesGlobal studies and 20th She has experience teaching us History and English
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Faculty Dan Brown Sarah Dwelle Brenda Ericson Mary Jane McKay ... Mrs. Sarah Dwelle received her BA from the University of Richmond with majors in history and international studies, and a concentration in Russia and Eastern Europe. She is also a graduate of the Master of Teaching program at Virginia Commonwealth University. She is a teacher fellow at the Virginia Center for the Teaching of International Studies and has studied abroad in Denmark and Russia. Mrs. Dwelle is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Alpha Theta honor societies. She teaches Global Studies and Honors U.S. and Virginia Government, and serves as the teacher sponsor for the Virginia Student/Parent Mock Election and Youth Policy Forum.
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68. History Department At Binghamton University
in Southeast Asia Conference; us Department of Association for Asian American studies,November 4 The 1930s Repatriation Program Colonialism, Gender, and Class

69. University Of Illinois - College Of Advertising
1997. Advertising and the Art of Spin in the 1930s, Qualitative studies Division,1997 Association 1996. Social Criticism of us Advertising and
Inger Stole - Assistant Professor, Dept. of Advertising Currently Teaching : ADV 487
Office Address : 322 Gregory Hall
Office Hours : By Appointment
Office Phone Number
E-mail Address EDUCATION Ph.D., School of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1998.
Advisor: James L. Baughman.
Dissertation title: Selling Advertising: the U.S. Advertising Industry and its Public Relations Activities, 1932-1945. M.A., School of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1992.
Committee Chairperson: Jack M. McLeod.
Masters thesis: Capturing the 'Ideal' Audience: the Emergence of Network Daytime Television, 1948-1954. B.A., Communications, University of Washington, 1985.
TEACHING EXPERIENCE 1999-2002. Assistant Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Classes taught:
Advertising 310 (Consumer Communication and the Public), two times Advertising 487 (Social Effects of Advertising and Commercialization), three times 1994-1996. Teaching Assistant, School of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Classes taught:

70. Cold War, CIA Assessment Of Soviet Military & Economy - Johnson's Russia List 2-
Thus in one of his early studies of Soviet national consumption had risen again inthe mid1930s the question Soviet economy after emigrating to the us in 1974

Iraq War: RW 2003
Feb. 19, 2003: JRL Home #14 - JRL 7069 - RAS 16
HISTORY OF THE COLD WAR: THE CIA ESTIMATES OF SOVIET ECONOMIC STRENGTH SOURCE. John Howard Wilhelm, "The Failure of the American Sovietological Economics Profession," Europe-Asia Studies, Vol. 55 No. 1, January 2003, pp. 59-74 In 1991 a committee of academic specialists submitted to the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence of the House of Representatives of the US Congress a report evaluating the works on Soviet economic performance that the CIA had published annually during the 1970s and 1980s. Why did the CIA experts fail to predict the collapse of the Soviet economy? The committee argued that the collapse had been a low probability outcome: the CIA had failed to predict it, but so had American academic specialists. Nobody had anticipated the political developments that triggered the collapse. And it was too much to expect that anyone should have predicted what happened. So nobody was to blame. John Wilhelm regards this position as dishonest because it obscures the fact that there WERE some specialists who defied the complacent consensus and argued that collapse was a real possibility. Above all, this was the view taken by émigré economists with direct personal experience of the object of their study. Yet far from trying to learn as much as they could from the experience of these émigrés (as the author himself did), established US academics resented their criticism and tried to exclude them from the debate. As a result, they were unable to publish much of their work in the US. Instead it was published in Britain, (1) where the climate in academia was more open and tolerant.

71. Library Of Congress / Federal Research Division / Country Studies / Area Handboo
Informative introduction to the country and its people; includes sections on government, history, Category Kids and Teens School Time Europe Bulgaria...... INTERWAR PERIOD Stamboliiski and Agrarian Reform; The Fall of Stamboliiski;The Tsankov and Liapchev Governments; The Crises of the 1930s
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72. H-Holocaust Discussion Network
HNet discussion group devoted to the study of the Holocaust, anti-semitism, and Jewish history in the 1930s and 1940s. Features archive, essays, reviews, links to related resources, course syllabi, and subscription information.
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    Comprehensive guide to Austria, including information on its culture, economy, geography, social and Category Regional Europe Austria Guides and Directories...... Political Life of the 1920s and Early 1930s; The End of ConstitutionalRule; Growing German Pressure on Austria. THE ANSCHLUSS AND
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    74. 1930's On Film
    Views the decade through the lens of its films, radio programs, literature, journalism, art, architecture, and other cultural expressions. 1930s America was a decade of unparalleled its cultural richness, the 1930s remain nearly invisible in in the 1930s was created in June 1998 for the American studies Program at

    75. American Studies: Guides To The Collections: The United States And The 1930s:
    The Eccles Centre for American studies. Guides to the collections. The United Statesand the 1930s a Selective Guide to Materials in the British Library Anne
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    Bibliographical guides Eccles Centre Annual Lectures Guide to American Studies programmes Other activities ... Further information
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    The United States and the 1930s: a Selective Guide to Materials in the British Library
    Anne Sharp Wells The British Library holds a wealth of items, both contemporary and retrospective, about this important phase of United States history. This guide includes selected publications arranged by subject, geographical location or personal name. It does not contain journal articles. Each citation ends with the shelfmark in parentheses. The designation 'DSC' means that the work is held by the Document Supply Collections at Boston Spa but can be ordered for use at St. Pancras.
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    76. American Studies
    on Americanist topics; Expanding links with partners to support American Studiesin the UK; Identifying support to continue the Centre's us Fellowship scheme
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    Bibliographical guides Eccles Centre Annual Lectures Guide to American Studies programmes Other activities ... Political Marketing Conference, March 2004
    The Eccles Centre for American Studies was founded by David and Mary Eccles in 1991. Based at the British Library - which houses the foremost collection of American books, manuscripts, journals, newspapers and sound recordings outside of the United States - the Centre has two broad aims: to promote the Library's North American materials, and to support American Studies in schools and universities.
    Bibliographical guides
    To fulfil this first aim, the Centre produces an on-going series of bibliographical guides to the Library's collections. These guides, listed below, are distributed both to academic and major public libraries in the United Kingdom and to centres of American Studies throughout the world.

    77. Recent U.S. History
    1930s America in the 1930s from the University of Virginia's excellent AmericanStudies page New on the Munitions Industry, 1936 us Senate report
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    New Deal Network : anything and everything about the New Deal Cold War International History Project Features interpretative essays and various documents The Sixties Project major site for studies of the 1960s WPA Life History Manuscripts : from the National Digital Library Project Transition Years: 1920s and 1930s Frances Willard Founder of the Women's Christian Temperance Union Prohibition, 1920-1933 From Michigan State. Prohibition Movement Text and pictures. 1920s Experience Arts, personalities, events, inventions and fads. Black Thursday: October 24, 1929 The Great Stock Market Crash. Immigration in the 1920s Rosewood, Florida: The Rosewood Report Full text of the 1923 white riot in Levy County that destroyed the black township of Rosewood. Sacco and Vanzetti Trial Scopes Monkey Trial Jazz Age Chicago Scott Newman's online project provides a range of information on Chicago and urban leisure from 1893 to 1934, including movies, theater, department stores, dance halls, parks, hotels, transportation and public parks.

    78. U.S. Popular Culture
    Swing dancing us Swing Dancing Server This site has AND THE CODE Film in the 1930sincludes research The Palace Classic Films Cinema studies Film studies
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    American Studies Electronic Crossroads An Internet Museum Guide On-line Exhibits Media Resource Center at University of California, Berkeley ... General Popular Culture Links Art 20th Century Art Culture and Entertainment: Pop Art Getty Education Intitute for the Arts Web Museum Paris: Pop Art ... Toys Were Us : How Our Favorite Playthings Came to Be The American Museum of Photography Artists Richard Artshwager Billy Al Bengston Allan D'Arcangelo Jim Dine ... H.C. Westermann Automobiles Hot for the Road: 100 Years of the Automobile in America A History of the evolution of the Oscar Meyer Wienermobile from 1936 to the present NOVA online: Fast Cars Links to online car information through Select Surf. Car Histories The Greenbelt Museum's Car Section ... Alfred P. Sloan Museum Foreign Influence British Popular Culture Links French Ministry of culture Rock around the World Russian Independent Music ... The Times: London Japanese Film studies Japanese Cinema Studies A page through Ohio State University.

    79. The Princeton Mathematics Community In The 1930s (PMC26)
    The early 1930s were a unique period of time and were used to long hours of concentratedstudies, but such Some of us would drive in to attend plays or concerts
    The Princeton Mathematics Community in the 1930s
    Transcript Number 26 (PMC26)
    © The Trustees of Princeton University, 1985
    RECOLLECTIONS OF PRINCETON This is a written contribution, dated 11 October 1984, by Malcolm Robertson. During the hot Ontario summer of 1931, when I had just completed two years of graduate studies in mathematics at the University of Toronto, I looked forward with great expectation to my upcoming admission to Princeton University in September. Another Canadian graduate student in mathematics, Albert W. Tucker, had preceded me there two years earlier. It was not surprising that he was doing well in his continuing studies, since he already had a very fine scholastic record in Toronto. Fortunately for me, he also had a kind concern for the needs of others. I have felt grateful ever since that, according to plan, he and a fellow Princeton student, Edwin W. Titt, appeared in Hamilton, Ontario, about two-thirty in the morning one day in September to pick me up by car. Ed Titt, later to become my dormitory room-mate, had a well used but sturdy open car in which we all drove to New Jersey, stopping briefly in Buffalo to pick up another student, Frank Cubello. It was a beautiful autumn day, filled with sunshine and the riotous colors of the changing leaves, and the drive was most enjoyable. We stopped briefly to admire the campus at Cornell and eventually arrived in Princeton just before dark. This was my first glimpse of the charming college town that was to play such a large part in my life, and a joyful and exhilarating experience it was indeed. I have never forgotten that first encounter, and my feeling of excitement and awe at the lovely stately homes among the old trees, the magnificent university campus with both new and old stone buildings, acres of well-kept lawns, and even a lake and a peaceful golf course. I had to live there for three years even to begin to appreciate the richness and character

    80. Courses @ Latino Studies Program
    and, 4) the mass repatriation drives of the 1930s. and Mexican Americans in the USThis contention Latino studies CrossListed Courses Courses offered by other
    L111 Trends in Latino Film (Joint Listing with Communications and Culture)
    L210 Introduction to Latino/a History
    Prerequisite: none. General inquiry into the historical and cultural heritage of Latina/os who have lived or are currently living in what is today the United States. Through readings and discussion of major texts, this course studies varied histories of Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, and other Latin American peoples in the U.S., with a special view toward convergence and congruencies along political and cultural lines. Students will develop an understanding of the impact and the roles played by Latino men and women in the formation and development of U.S. society. May be taken for both historical studies and cultural studies credit. Full Syllabus L211 Latinos in the U.S.: Past, Present, and Future
    This course is intended to provide an introduction and overview on Latino issues. The course will begin with a brief overview of the histories of the major Latinos national origin groups in the U.S. The bulk of the course will examine a number of topics and issues that are key to understanding contemporary Latinos; e.g., immigration, language, education, employment, etc. The third and briefest part of the course will build upon the previous sections by asking how the history and current status of Latinos might influence their near term future, under various assumptions. The goals of this course include the following: 1) helping its student develop an informed basis for talking and thinking about Latinos; 2) developing an awareness on how Latinos fit or don't fit into American society; and, 3) applying this knowledge to assess future possibilities.

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