|Author:||James A. Henretta|
|Publisher:||Knopf; 1st edition (May 21, 1991)|
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Profesor Henretta is the author of various books and articles in early American history, including Salutary . Michael Kammen, the Newton C. Farr Professor of American History and Culture at Cornell University, is a past president of the Organization of American Historians.
Michael Kammen, the Newton C.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking The Transformation of Early American History: Society, Authority, and Ideology as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Historians, however, have not yet explored the psychological and experiential roots of this apocalyptic impulse, nor have they sought out the hidden and usually forgotten memories of pain and hurt, of physical violence and abuse in the name of discipline and parental authority that underpinned the anxieties, fears and sufferings of the adults whose consciousness was marked by a keen sense of the.
Journal of American Studies. Journal of American Studies. Volume 26, Issue 3. December 1992, pp. 450-451. Pp. 340. ISBN 0 394 58147 4. Robert M. Bliss (a1). Lancaster University.
Philip Greven, "'Some Roots of Bitterness': Corporal Punishment, Child Abuse, and the Apocalyptic Impulse in Michael Wigglesworth," in James A. Heretta, Michael Kammen, and Stanley N. Katz, ed. The Transformation of Early American History: Society, Authority, and Ideology (New York, 1991), 93-122, 280-286
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Society, Authority, and Ideology. historian and two-time Pulitzer Prize-winner Bernard Bailyn (Faces of Revolution, 1990, et. The opening essays-by Kammen, Katz, Gordon Wood, and Jack Rakove-pay affectionate tribute to Bailyn as scholar and as an influential if enigmatic classroom mentor.
The remaining eight essays attempt, with varying degrees of success, to explore the issues of cultural transmission that have obsessed Bailyn.
May 16, 2019 History. society, authority, and ideology. 1st ed. by James A. Henretta, Michael G. Kammen, Stanley Nider Katz. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Published 1991 by Knopf, Distributed by Random House in New York.
As Bailyn approached his 70th birthday, several former graduate students of his-including Gordon S. Wood, Jack N. Rakove, Kammen, Pauline Maier, and Mary Beth Norton-published this compilation of essays, some of which originally presented at a conference honoring the famous Harvard historian and educator.