United States Literary History: The Colonial Through the Early Modern Periods [Audiobook]

United States Literary History: The Colonial Through the Early Modern Periods [Audiobook]
1995 | 40 lectures | Duration: 28:48:10 | English: MP3, 96 kb/s, 2 channels | 1.2 GB
Publisher: The Teaching Company
Series: SuperStar Teachers
Lecturers: William W. Cook and Donald E. Pease
Genre: History

Lectures analyze the major shifts in the relationships among the American cultural communities (e.g. Puritan, Native American, Euro-American, African-American) out of which the literatures of the United States have been derived.

Lectures:
1. Colonial literatures and literary colonialism —
2. Puritan origins of American exceptionalism —
3. Puritan mediations as American autobiographies —
4. Case of Anne Bradstreet —
5. Translatio studii and westward expansionism —
6. Mary Rowlandson’s santification of violence —
7. Reinventing the American Revolution —
8. Founding fictions of the new republic —
9. Americanist self-fashioning I —
10. Americanist self-fashioning II.
11. Imagining nationality / The Last of the Mohicans —
12. Captivity narrative reconsidered —
13. Counter-nationalism / Native American orature —
14. Dramas of national self-invention —
15. Witnesses to different orders of freedom —
16. Transcendentalism and social reform —
17. Was transcendentalism a civil religion? —
18. Hawthorne’s re-invention of an American past —
19. Sentimental politics —
20. Abolitionism, slavery and the racial imagination.
21. Racism of the anti-slavery movement —
22. Feminization of race politics —
23. Traveling through darkness / Poe and Melville —
24. Sentimental politics of Uncle Tom’s Cabin —
25. Dickinson’s poetics of singularity —
26. Lincoln’s rhetoric of Reconstruction —
27. Walt Whitman and the Civil War —
28. U.S. Drama and the impending war —
29. Emergence of regional literatures —
30. Class becomes a literary category.
31. Mark Twain and the failure of Reconstruction —
32. Radical Reconstruction —
33. Re-imagining civility —
34. Masculinizing culture —
35. James’ visionary possessions —
36. Naturalism, realism and cultural consumption —
37. Sexual politics and American literature —
38. Destruction of the sentimental imagination —
39. Where race and gender intersect —
40. International vocation of U.S. literatures.

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