Sources for American studies
American Studies: Topics and Sources (Greenwood Press, 1976) indexed notable essays in American studies written through 1976 that appeared in American Studies International, the foremost journal in the field. The present volume, Sources for American Studies, edited by Jefferson B. Kellogg and Robert H. Walker, is a companion and supplement to the earlier work, indexing and discussing subsequent articles through 1982, and updating those included in the first volume. Sources for American Studies is organized in two parts. The first contains bibliographical essays published since 1976 by specialists in Afro-American studies, architectural history, detective fiction, economic history, folklore, foreign policy, historiography, immigration, journalism, linguistics, military history, music, national character, philosophy, poetry, and the supreme court. Part II is the supplement to Topics and Sources and includes materials designed to make current the essays that appeared in the earlier volume. Cumulative title and author indexes cover both parts of this volume.
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