Date: Thu, 25 Apr 1996 07:22:23 CST
From: "Dennis Williams, Southern Nazarene U." <dwilliam@SNU.EDU>
Subject: (Fwd) CHAPMAN REPORT Scholarly Books APRIL 5 & 12, 1996
This is an edited for H-ASEH version of Lynnea Chapman King's report of books of interest to the PCA/ACA from the April 5 & 12, 1996 editions of the __Chronicle of Higher Education__. The date of each review is listed with each entry.
Oxford University Press:
THE IMAGE OF MAN: THE CREATION OF MODERN MASCULINITY
BY GEORGE L. MOSSE
(Traces the evolution of ideals on manliness in Western culture; focuses on England and continental Europe. 240 pages. April 12)
ECOLOGIES OF THE HEART: EMOTION, BELIEF, AND THE ENVIRONMENT
BY E.N. ANDERSON
(Describes how traditional societies' folk and religious beliefs help protect their natural resources. 272 pages. April 12)
University of Nebraska Press: All UNP books listed here.
BEHIND THE FRONTIER: INDIANS IN EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY EASTERN MASSACHUSETTS
BY DANIEL R. MANDELL
(A study of Indian communities in the region in the 100 years after English settlers defeated Wampanoag Chief Metacomet in 1676. 269 pages. April 12)
University Press of Florida: All UPF books listed here.
A HISTORY OF THE TIMICUA INDIANS AND MISSIONS
BY JOHN H. HANN
(Examines the Florida Indian people from initial European contact to their exile to Cuba in 1763. 415 pages. April 12)
University Press of Virginia: All UPV books listed here.
THE MARKET REVOLUTION IN AMERICA: SOCIAL, POLITICAL, AND RELIGIOUS EXPRESSION, 1800-1880
MELVYN STOKES AND STEPHEN CONWAY, EDITORS
(Essays on American economic transformation during the period; builds on the line of research developed by Charles Sellers in his 1991 book, _The Market Revolution_. 352 pages. April 5)
MONSTERS, TRICKSTERS, AND SACRED COWS: ANIMAL TALES AND AMERICAN IDENTITIES
(Essays on tales of animals and monsters in indigenous American cultures before and after European contact, and in the cultures of the European colonizers. 294 pages. April 5)
Yale University Press: All YUP books listed here.
INVENTED CITIES: THE CREATION OF LANDSCAPE IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY NEW YORK AND BOSTON
BY MONA DOMOSH
(A comparative study of the two cities that traces their architectural divergence after the 18th century. 200 pages. April 5)
Send request to review a book listed above for the __Journal of Popular Culture__ or the __Journal of American Culture__ to Peter Rollins (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Lynnea Chapman King, English Dept, Texas Tech U. Lubbock, TX email@example.com
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