2 edition of The idea of the American South, 1920-1941 found in the catalog.
The idea of the American South, 1920-1941
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A book that will greatly enhance understanding of the situation of single women in the nineteenth-century South, An Evening When Alone presents the journals of four very different women who, although their lives were worlds apart, each lived and wrote in the South during the years An Evening When Alone will greatly enhance awareness of the situation of single women in the nineteenth-century South. "It has been natural that the study of antebellum Southern women has concentrated upon the married, " writes Michael O'Brien in his substantive and moving introduction. "In this, Southern scholarship has not distinguished itself from the main currents of women's history.
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The idea of the "South" has its roots in Romanticism and American culture of the nineteenth century. This study by Michael O'Brien analyzes how the idea of a unique Southern consciousness endured into the twentieth century and how it affected the lives of prominent white Southern by: The Idea of the American South, O'Brien, Michael Published by Johns Hopkins University Press O'Brien, Michael.
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I have an invitation to extend to Michael O’Brien, the British author of The Idea of the American South, At his convenience, I would like Mr. O’Brien to accompany me to a small establishment (one of those notorious Southern “fighting and drinking clubs”) known.
His first book, The Idea of the American South,published inwas the product of his visit. What he heard in southern voices struck him forcibly. And Michael O'Brien's ''The Idea of the American South, ,'' is an astringent examination of the concept of regionalism advanced by Southern historians, sociologists and.
Southern literature (sometimes called the literature of the American South) is defined as American literature about the Southern United States or by writers from this region. Traditionally, the study of southern literature has emphasized a common Southern history, the significance of family, a sense of community and one's role within it, a sense of justice, the region's dominant religion.
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$ It would not be too facetious to say that students of the South are in general agreement on all but two points: what the South was and what made it. "Grubb's book brings great clarity to the legal and institutional history of Veneto, which has been cluttered with contending models about how such an apparently confused regime functioned." — Speculum.
The Idea of the American South, Previous Next. As Michael O'Brien has observed in his influential The Idea of the American South (), the South itself can be viewed in one of two ways: either as a "solid and integrated social reality about which there have been disparate ideas" or "as an idea, used to organize and comprehend disparate facts of social reality." Opting against the elephant Author: Scott Romine, Jennifer R Greeson.
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Eisenhower's Foreign Economic Policy, The Idea of the American South, Michael O. Norton's book would have been improved had he placed the editorial opinions of the religious editors in the context of a larger cultural framework, but he does make a modest contribution to what we all know about American culture but often ignore: that religion in America had a pervasive influence on secular cul'ture in the nineteenth century.
Books such as The Idea of the American South, () and Rethinking the South: Essays in Intellectual History () demonstrated O’Brien’s ease with writing to multiple audiences inside and outside the academy.
M. Thomas Inge, "The Legacy of John Donald Wade," Georgia Review 21 (): Michael O'Brien, "Wade: A Turning Inward," The Idea of the American South, (Baltimore, Md.: Johns Hopkins University Press, ).
Michael O'Brien has masterfully abridged his award-winning two-volume intellectual history of the Old South, Conjectures of Order, depicting a culture that was simultaneously national, postcolonial, and imperial, influenced by European intellectual traditions, yet also deeply implicated in the making of the American mind.
Here O'Brien succinctly and fluidly surveys the lives and works of many Brand: The University of North Carolina Press. Boles edited another volume in the series of Blackwell Companions to American History, one that treats the recent historiography of the South.
Over the thirty years since Isaac's book appeared, Southern studies have grown dramatically in sophistication and are increasingly being examined in transnational and comparative frameworks.
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