The section “Military History” in this chapter (entries 284–292) notes works about the wars of the United States; multiple entries on political science and government in Chapter 2 (Social Sciences) look at U.S. historical developments.
Author: Steven W. Sowards
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Divided into dedicated categories about the subjects most meaningful to librarians, this valuable resource reviews 500 texts across all major fields. • Critically assesses the most widely held reference titles • Includes LC and Dewey classifications for every title • Makes finding titles easy with organization by subject
Popular justice often is represented in U.S. legal history as a series of set pieces: the white crowd gathered beneath the body of an African American lynching victim in the south, a vigilance committee stringing up cattle rustlers in ...
Author: Paul Knepper
Publisher: Oxford University Press
The historical study of crime has expanded in criminology during the past few decades, forming an active niche area in social history. Indeed, the history of crime is more relevant than ever as scholars seek to address contemporary issues in criminology and criminal justice. Thus, The Oxford Handbook of the History of Crime and Criminal Justice provides a systematic and comprehensive examination of recent developments across both fields. Chapters examine existing research, explain on-going debates and controversies, and point to new areas of interest, covering topics such as criminal law and courts, police and policing, and the rise of criminology as a field. This Handbook also analyzes some of the most pressing criminological issues of our time, including drug trafficking, terrorism, and the intersections of gender, race, and class in the context of crime and punishment. The definitive volume on the history of crime, The Oxford Handbook of the History of Crime and Criminal Justice is an invaluable resource for students and scholars of criminology, criminal justice, and legal history.
Certain events in U.S. history had such repercussions on the nation that their consequences are felt even today.
Author: Beatrice Harris
Certain events in U.S. history had such repercussions on the nation that their consequences are felt even today. This continuation of our acclaimed series recognizes that it is critical for young people to gain an understanding of these events. Issues such as the Constitutional Convention, the Trail of Tears, and western expansion are clearly explained, highlighting the most important facts. Make the Grade fact boxes underline additional motivating details and beautiful historical images reinforce the accessible content. Features include: Comprehensible and achievable content, which highlights need-to-know information. Timelines and maps help readers make stronger connections to the subject matter. Specially selected topics to complement elementary history curricula.
Understanding U.S. history becomes increasingly important as students proceed through the upper elementary grades and into middle school.
The USA in/and the World Anna De Biasio, Gianna Fusco. which this book originated, has epitomized these multiple and contradictory implications throughout its multi-millenarian history. A powerful trope across many literary and artistic ...
Author: Anna De Biasio
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Category: Literary Criticism
Poised between the land and the sea, enabling the dynamic flow of people and goods, while also figuratively representing a safe place of rest and refuge, the harbor constitutes a liminal, ambivalent space par excellence that has been central to the American imagination and history since the early colonial days. From the mythical tales of discovery and foundation to the endless flows of migrants, through the dark pages of the slave trade and the imperialistic dream of an ever-expanding nation, harbors, both as a trope and as physical spaces, powerfully signify the American experience. Today, at a time when ideas of border protection and policing gain political prominence in the U.S. and elsewhere, harbors and the constellation of meanings they subsume have become an even more crucial object of critical inquiry. In this volume, thirty-two American Studies scholars from around the world interrogate the manifold significance of ports and of the exchanges they enable or restrain, casting a decentered look onto the complex positioning of the United States in its political, ideological, and cultural relationships with the rest of the world. This collection thus offers a cutting-edge, interdisciplinary investigation of the U.S.A., engaging the most recent trends in American Studies and actively participating in the international and transnational reconfiguration of the field.
Look at us. Look at who we are. History will view us as a footnote, a group of people who feel angered because we were once the oppressors, and instead have aempted to claim that we are the oppressed. However, we all know the facts ...
Author: C. D. Tavenor
Publisher: Two Doctors Media Collaborative
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This collection offers detailed, but accessible, overviews of the most essential topics of the social studies curriculum, including the Constitution, the American Revolution, the Emancipation Proclamation, and much more.
START WITH STRENGTHS In developing an agenda for the future, we should take a clear-eyed look at our strengths as well ... working age population with jobs during my administration has averaged 62.2 percent, the highest in US. history.
Category: United States
5 This, in my opinion, is the best way to look at U.S. history, as although there have been many dips, ... as while he wrote the words “all men are created equal,” he continued to own slaves at Monticello, and would never set them free.
Author: Milad Doroudian
The American experiment has shown the world that freedom, and above all the pursuit of happiness have not always been pristine roads, rather ones of turbulence and immense complexity. From the Colonial period, up to the so called "Gilded Age" the American people suffered through the persecutions of the Indigenous, slavery of African-Americans, war, poverty, and severe class distinctions. Regardless of these infallibilities, the history of the United States is one where men and women have gone through immense drudgery to achieve their own individual happiness. Out of all the nations, it is the one which has come to the closest manifestation of liberty, yet also one which had to tread on a long and painful path to achieve it. This compendium of essays deals with the narratives of people, and their struggle to find their place in the great American story. They discuss the power dynamics of the republic up until the end of the 19th century.
To do so he asks the heavenly beings not to look at him, but to look at us. Imagine you have been set the project of learning about the greatest artists in history. Perhaps Caravaggio or Rembrandt ...
Author: Gerard Kelly
Publisher: Monarch Books
Church Actually is the theme of Spring Harvest 2012. Church attendance in the west has declined in recent years, but decline has been accompanied by growth in spiritual exploration, a desire for spirituality, faith, even Jesus - all without the church. Experience, history and the New Testament suggest this desire is ill-founded. It is through the church, the Bible suggests, that the Kingdom comes. How can we find a wider vision of the Kingdom and the church's role? Kelly explores four of the 'brilliant ideas' inherent in God's design of the church. God works through his people, and the church trains and equips; the church is Spirit-driven, and spiritual formation is central to God's mission; the church's task force transforms the world through acts of love and service; the church is the rainbow-clothed Bride of Christ, one global family, a reconciling model for the world.