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American regionalism

Howard Washington Odum

American regionalism

a cultural-historical approach to national integration

by Howard Washington Odum

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Published by H. Holt and Company in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Regionalism -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliographical foot-notes; Bibliography: p. 643-675.

      Other titlesRegionalism, American.
      Statementby Howard W. Odum and Harry Estill Moore.
      ContributionsMoore, Harry Estill, joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE179.5 .O43
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 693 p.
      Number of Pages693
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6371211M
      LC Control Number38015648
      OCLC/WorldCa734889

      Freitag, Florian. "Regionalism in American and Canadian Literature." The Palgrave Handbook of Comparative North American Literature, edited by Reingard M. Nischik, Palgrave Macmillan, , pp. ix, pp. Freitag, Florian and Kirsten A. Sandrock. "Special Issue: Transnational Approaches to North American Regionalism.". The FTA, Mercosur, the Enterprise for the Americas Initiative, NAFTA, the Summit of the Americas - do these constitute building blocks in the construction of a new regional system? This book explores that question, offering an assessment of the state of regionalism in the Americas.

      theories of new regionalism. Major theorists in the field from around the Major theorists in the field from around the world – Barry Buzan, Morten B øå s, Richard Falk, Andrew Gamble, Bj ö rn. American Literary Regionalism has been the subject of scholarship for the past several decades and has been a central site for scholarly debate on a variety of methodologies including Feminism and New Historicism. [1] This sub-field of American literary studies has been traditionally located in the late-nineteenth century.

        Regionalism, standardization, and variety are the three characteristics of American cuisine. In contrast to other nations, the United States does not have a repertoire of recognizable dishes, such as coq au vin for France, saltfish for Jamaica, or Yorkshire pudding for England. Midwestern Regionalism, American literary movement of the late 19th century that centred on the realistic depiction of Middle Western small town and rural movement was an early stage in the development of American Realistic writing. E.W. Howe’s Story of a Country Town () and Joseph Kirkland’s Zury () and The McVeys () foreshadowed the stories and novels of Hamlin.


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