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Author Deloria, Philip Joseph, author
Title American studies : a user's guide / Philip J. Deloria and Alexander I. Olson
Imprint Oakland, California : University of California Press, [2017]
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 Euro-Am 3F Western Mat.  973.007 D384 2017    AVAILABLE  -  30500101545591
Descript 314 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
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Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 301-310) and index
Introduction : the object of American studies -- Part one. Histories. History and historiography -- Four American studies mixtapes -- An institutional history of American studies (or, what's the matter with mixtapes?) -- Part two. Methods. Methods and methodology -- Texts : an interpretive toolkit -- Archives : a curatorial toolkit -- Genres and formations : an analytical toolkit -- Power : a theoretical toolkit -- Part three. From jotting it down to writing it up. A few thoughts on ideas and arguments -- Dispenser : a case study -- Conclusion
"American Studies has long been a welcoming home for adventurous intellectuals. Whether blurring disciplines or fighting for social justice, students of the field have generated new ways of understanding the culture and politics of the United States in a global context. But what happens when these innovations become widely adopted? Can a shared set of "rules" become a springboard to creativity? Ideal for classroom use, American Studies: A User's Guide offers readers: a critical introduction to the history and methods of the field useful strategies for textual interpretation, archive building, contextualization, comparative analysis, and theory interwoven toolkits that provide the basic framework necessary to understanding the field"--Provided by publisher
Link Online version: Deloria, Philip Joseph. American studies. Oakland, California : University of California Press, [2017] 9780520962699 (DLC) 2017013685
Subject United States -- Study and teaching
Alt Author Olson, Alexander I., 1979- author
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