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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

81. Women's Studies: U. S. Literature
you are here: home publications high school reading list U.S. Literature S. Cahill, ed. Writing Women's Lives: An Anthology of Autobiographical Narratives by Twentieth Century American Women Writers . [1994: Harper Collins] (NF) See TEACHING RESOURCES Louisa May Alcott. Little Women . This classic novel traces the experiences of a family and their four daughters in 19th century America. The book presents an early feminist criticism of the institution of marriage as the only option for a young woman. (F) and A Modern Mephistopheles . A nice surprise from the usually known fare by the author of Little Women (see also Behind a Mask and Plots and Counterplots ). The character of Gladys becomes central to the novella's meaning, and the grounds for her "release" explore the problem of the nineteenth-century woman's self-captivity. (F) Paula Gunn Allen, ed. Spider Woman's Granddaughters . [1989: Beacon Press] This collection of traditional tales and contemporary writing by native American women derives its title from a Cherokee account that Grandmother Spider brought the light of intelligence and experience to the people. (F) Dorothy Allison.

82. Woolf Studies Annual, Volume Six
Woolf studies Annual. Volume Six. Virginia Woolf's Three Guineas, one of the mostimportant political documents of the 1930s, elicited responses from readers

83. Woolf Studies Annual, Volume Four
Woolf studies Annual. Volume Four. David Bradshaw British Writers andAntiFascism in the 1930s, Part II Under the Hawk’s Wings.

84. Jewish Studies Program At MSU Calendar
and anxieties of Michigan Jews in the 1930s and 40s and rising antiSemitism in theUS Uneasy Years Madison College and Director of Integrative studies in the

85. Internet Public Library: United States Culture Southern us Cuisine http//southernfood.about have elected to view the1930s through the American studies Crossroads Project http//
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86. Jackie Clarke • Languages At Southampton University
2000). ‘Engineering a New Order in the 1930s The Case of Jean Coutrot’French Historical studies 24, 1 (Winter 2001). ‘The


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Jackie Clarke gained an LLB in Law and French from the University of Edinburgh and an MA in European Studies from the University of Hull, before completing a doctorate in History at the University of Sussex. She worked in France as a lectrice at the University of Metz from 1990-1992 and in Ireland as a lecturer at University College Cork (1997-1998) before being appointed Lecturer in French at the University of Southampton in September 1998.
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Her current undergraduate teaching focuses mostly on aspects of twentieth-century French politics and society (see the French Postwar Thought website ). She contributes to the MA in History, teaching a unit on France and America in the Jazz Age in collaboration with Kendrick Oliver. She is also contributing to the new MA/PhD programme in Transnational Studies
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Her research to date has focused mainly on the cultural history of France in the 1930s and 1940s. She is particularly interested in visions of a new order in the 1930s; Vichy France; the spread of engineering and managerial paradigms in social thinking; industrial rationalisation and technologies of social organisation. She is completing a book about the ways in which engineers, management theorists and efficiency experts sought to engineer a new social and economic order in France in the 1930s and 1940s. She has also recently developed an interest in the comparative and transnational study of France and the USA, and is co-editing a volume of essays on this subject. Future projects will focus on the socio-cultural transformation of postwar France.

87. Film Studies • Languages At Southampton University
to give you a comprehensive education in the major areas of Film studies as an Exampleof courses you may opt for are French cinema of the 1930s and Hollywood


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By the end of your degree you will have acquired a clear knowledge of world cinema history and the main critical debates that accompany its study at degree level, as well as the ability to undertake independent research. You will be well prepared to take up employment opportunities in the expanding media industries. Film studies at Southampton
Cinema is just over 100 years old; on this course you will study works from the earliest days of its history right through to the most recent releases. Film and Media is taught jointly by the Department of English and the School of Modern Languages, but it retains a distinctive identity, consolidated by the leadership of Pam Cook as Professor of European Film and Media. All members of Film Studies staff are active researchers; we see teaching and research as closely related, and aim to offer our students first-hand access to recent discoveries, new ideas, and current debates in Film.

88. Europe-Asia Studies - Contents 1998
Index,. VOLUME 50 1519. EuropeAsia studies. VOLUME 50 Number 7 November 1998.Articles. STO (The Council of Labour and Defence) in the 1930s Derek Watson 1203.
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89. Paula Rabinowitz
Radical Revisions Rethinking 1930s Culture. Ann Arbor University of Michigan Women'sStudies Program, 1983. James Agee, Walker Evans and Let us Now Praise
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  • American women writers Working class and minority writers U.S. literary radicalism Marxist and feminist theories Film Cultural studies
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  • Resident Scholar, Rockefeller Foundation, Bellagio, Italy, 2000 Fulbright Scholar, Third University of Rome, 1997 CLA Scholar of the College, University of Minnesota, 1996-99 Ralph Henry Gabriel Dissertation Prize, American Studies Association, 1987
  • University of Michigan, Ph.D. (American Culture), 1986 University of Michigan, M.A. (American Culture), 1980 Brandeis University, B.A. (American Studies), 1974
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  • Fulbright Profesoor of American Studies, Third University of Rome, Italy, 1997 Professor, Department of English (Affiliated with American Studies, Women's Studies, Center for Advanced Feminist Studies, and Critical Studies in Discourse and Society), University of Minnesota, 1996- Visiting Scholar, Program in American Culture, University of Michigan, 1993-94

90. Prof. Nieto-Phillips Rev 18 Sept 2000
Movement in New Mexico, 1910s1930s. Presented at Raices A Chicana and Chicano StudiesSymposium, Northern and the Predicament of us Citizenship. Presented
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New Mexico State University
Las Cruces, New Mexico, 88003-8001
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Professor Nieto-Phillips joined the Department of History in 1995. A former Ford Foundation Fellow, Rotary International Scholar, and Del Amo grant recipient, he has studied at universities in California, New Mexico, and Spain. In 1997, he received a Ph.D. from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). In 2000, Professor Nieto-Phillips received the Distinguished Teaching Award from NMSUs Latino student organizations.
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His doctoral research examines New Mexico's Hispanist (i.e. "Spanish-American") discourse and its relation to ethnic tourism, immigration, bilingual education, and divergent and shifting notions about race, whiteness, citizenship, and self-government. The basis of a book manuscript, his dissertation inspired him to examine how other Latinas and Latinos have defined themselves in relation to U.S. society and government. The past two years, he has conducted research on Puerto Rico both on the island and in New York City, where between 1998 and 1999 he was a Research Associate at the Centro de Estudios Puertorriqueños at Hunter College (City University of New York). This project compares Puerto Rico's struggle for self-government between 1898 and 1917 with that of New Mexico, and has inspired a published article and second book manuscript.

91. WWW.History
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92. The Oakland Growth And Berkeley Guidance Studies
During the late 1920s and early 1930s, two pioneering studies of children werelaunched at the Institute of Child Welfare (now Human Development) at the
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During the late 1920s and early 1930s, two pioneering studies of children were launched at the Institute of Child Welfare (now Human Development) at the University of California, Berkeley:

93. Talbot’s Correspondence: Talbot Studies
Talbot studies. In the 1930s, Miss Matilda Talbot, the inventor’s granddaughter,donated nearly 6500 of Talbot’s photographs to the Science Museum.
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94. TUP: Miller, Edward D.: Emergency Broadcasting And 1930s American Radio - Print
Emergency Broadcasting and 1930s American Radio. avoid these mistakes and should encourageus all to D., Professor of Radio and Media studies, Brooklyn College
Radio, the nation, and the rise of the voice in broadcasting, in a clearly written, significant history of the birth of the first mass medium
Emergency Broadcasting and 1930s American Radio
Edward D. Miller
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"In an era dominated by television and increasingly focused on the Internet as the new kid on the media block, Miller offers a valuable history lesson by reminding us of the power once yielded by radio. The best inoculation against the hyperbolic claims of new media is to understand the commonalities as well as the unique features of the various media that have shaped public consciousness in the past century. In this still unfolding narrative, radio has often been overlooked or taken for granted. Miller helps us avoid these mistakes and should encourage us all to take another, closer listen to the voices in the ether."
Larry Gross , Sol Worth Professor, The Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania Emergency Broadcasting focuses on key moments in the history of early radio in order to come to an understanding of the role voice played in radio to describe national crises, a fictional invasion from outer space, and general entertainment. Taking the Hindenburg disaster

95. Social Studies U.S. History
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Social Studies - U.S. History Social Studies In Social Studies, the goal is for all students to develop a deep, rich network of understandings related to the world around them. The objectives and competencies included in this curriculum deal with history, geography, economics, and civics from a diverse, global perspective. Students engage in projects that require them to apply Social Studies skills in real-world contexts. U.S. History In this high school course, students apply their developed understanding of history and culture while examining historical content from colonial times to the present day. Instruction should encourage students to use higher-level thinking skills as they study familiar historical, political, economic, and social events and issues from a broader perspective. Students will concentrate on the founding and testing of a new nation, the effect of wars and revolutions, and 19th century movements. The study of U.S. Presidents includes Lincoln, Truman, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Kennedy. Recent presidencies of Reagan, Bush, and, currently, Clinton, are also examined. Art, literature, and media should also be used when studying the events of U.S. history.
Cultural Perspective The Cultural Perspective unit includes communities, diversity, fine arts, humanities, folklore, holidays, media, and religious and social issues.

96. Fort De Chartres - Archaeology
to work on a French fort site in southern Illinois, in the Midwestern us. the Depression,as part of the Works Progress Administration of the 1930s, but the
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Several years ago, in fact, shortly after I got my M.A., I had the opportunity to work on a French fort site in southern Illinois, in the Midwestern US. The site, Fort de Chartres, or Fort Charters as the locals would have it, was the last of three forts by that name, and is a stone fort built on the Mississippi River in the early 1750s. The French left the fort at the end of the Seven Year's War, and the British took possession in 1763. It never saw a battle of any sort, except for the one with the Mississippi River, which proved a very worthy adversary, forcing the British to abandon the fort in 1771. The State of Illinois bought the ruins of the Fort in the early part of this century. A concerted effort to reconstruct the fort was made during the Depression, as part of the Works Progress Administration of the 1930s, but the improvements were limited to a low wall made of cement and glacial cobbles. Later efforts were more realistic, shall we say, so, in 1984 or so, a pal of mine was hired to find evidence of the original construction, so that a reasonable simulacrum could be built.

97. Spring 2000 - Page 17
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98. Schechter Institute Of Jewish Studies - SIJS
Around the 1930s1940s there was a change in scholarly outlook, the passage being SchechterInstitute of Jewish studies PO Box 8600, 4 Avraham Granot Street

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Question Dear Rabbi,
In the original works of Josephus, is Jesus Christ mentioned? It has come to my attention that an early Christian father of the church edited the works of Josephus in a later version (the Whiston edition). Is this true? I have been told that the Jews have preserved the original text of Josephus.
Thank you for your time. I hope you can be of assistance in this matter, which is of great interest to me.
Bob Answer Dear Bob,
Thank you for your question about the mention of Jesus in the original version of Flavius Josephus Antiquities. I am not a specialist in Josephus writings, but what I read about the subject seems to point to the fact that this famous passage (Antiquities XVIII, 3:3) was edited by the church in the third century. The Encyclopaedia Judaica offers the following explanation on the disputed passage in the work of Flavius Josephus:
One of the great riddles of the work, and perhaps of ancient history in general, is the well-known passage about Jesus of Nazareth in book 18 which scholars have not yet succeeded in elucidating. Some regarded it as a Christian forgery of the third century C.E., others still consider it as historical evidence of the activities and death of Jesus; but the passage contains statements which could not have been made by a Jew such as Josephus, as Schuerer recognized. Around the 1930s-1940s there was a change in scholarly outlook, the passage being regarded not as a forgery, but as Josephus' original statement tampered with by a Christian. The foremost proponent of this view was Robert Eisler (see bibliography) who even made an unsuccessful attempt to reconstruct the original version."

99. 1930s FrontPage
Offers access to sites related to 1930's history and society. Features links to biographies, timelines, and events of the Great Depression era.
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