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By and by the "North American Quarterly Humdrum" will make them ashamed of their stupidity.
According to American Quarterly (1997), the term "do it yourself" has been associated with consumers since at least 1912, primarily regarding home improvement and maintenance activities.
Other central events of this period included the founding of the journal American Quarterly in 1949 and the establishment of the American Studies Association in 1951.
(3.) Jared Sexton, "The Ruse of Engagement: Black Masculinity and the Cinema of Policing." American Quarterly 61, no.
Dormon, "Shaping the Popular Image of Post-Reconstruction American Blacks: The 'Coon Song' Phenomenon of the Gilded Ag q,'" American Quarterly 40, no.
The Methodist Magazine and Quarterly Review and American Quarterly Review both called tobacco nature's most remarkable product.
Drawing on a well-known article published in American Quarterly, it looks at the disturbing practice in American slave societies of training and employing dogs to track fugitive slaves.
(5.) For example see Mary Niall Mitchell, '"Rosebloom and Pure White,' Or So It Seemed," American Quarterly 54, no.
It's largely the success and influence of projects like Elliott's Columbia Literary History of the United States (1988) and Columbia History of the American Novel (1991) that I imagine Katherine Kinney has in mind when she introduces her 2009 American Quarterly obituary by describing Elliott as a scholar who "worked tirelessly to imagine, extend, and institutionalize" the "radical revision in the canon of American literature" (vii).
The author's argument for his reading is based largely on Huck's surname buttressed by Dawson's 1998 article and a bit of Beverly David's 1974 American Quarterly article on E.W.
The 15 papers and substantial introduction were originally published in the September 2010 issue of American Quarterly.
"Violent Belongings and the Question of Empire Today: Presidential Address to the American Studies Association, October 17, 2003." American Quarterly 56.1 (March 2004): 1-18.
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