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Periodical literature in eighteenth-century America

Author: Mark Kamrath; Sharon M Harris
Publisher: Knoxville : University of Tennessee Press, ©2005.
Edition/Format:   Book : State or province government publication : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
History
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Kamrath; Sharon M Harris
ISBN: 1572333197 9781572333192
OCLC Number: 55801028
Description: xxvii, 394 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
Contents: Pox and "hell-fire" : Boston's smallpox controversy, the new science, and early modern liberalism / Carla Mulford --
Imagining a transatlantic awakening : the Christian history and the hermeneutics of revival / Tim D. Hall --
"Incorporated--
into a body politic" : clubs, print, and the gendering of the civic subject in eighteenth-century Pennsylvania / John Smolenski --
"A colony of aliens" : Germans and the German-language press in colonial and revolutionary Pennsylvania / W.M. Verhoeven --
"Widely read by American patriots" : the New-York weekly journal and the influence of Cato's Letters on colonial America / Chad Reid --
American Indian oration and discourses of the republic in eighteenth-century American periodicals / Mark L. Kamrath --
Civil unrest and the rhetoric of the American Revolution : depiction of Shays's Rebellion in New England magazines of the 1780s / Robert D. Sturr --
The African slave trade and abolitionism : rereading antislavery literature, 1776-1800 / Philip Gould --
Exhibiting the fair sex : the Massachusetts magazine and the bodily order of the American woman / Beverly J. Reed --
Binding ties : Thomas Jefferson, Francis Hopkinson, and the representation of the Notes on the state of Virginia / Frank Shuffelton --
"The ladies in particular" : constructions of femininity in the Gentlemen and ladies town and country magazine and the Lady's magazine ; and repository of entertaining knowledge / Lisa M. Logan --
Reading the foreign news, imagining an American public sphere : radical and conservative visions of "the public" in mid-1790s newspapers / Seth Cotlar --
The New-York magazine : cultural repository / Sharon M. Harris --
Appendix, American periodical series, 1741-1800./ Frank Shuffelton. "The ladies in particular" : constructions of femininity in the Gentlemen and ladies town and country magazine and the Lady's magazine ; and repository of entertaining knowledge / Lisa M. Logan --
Reading the foreign news, imagining an American public sphere : radical and conservative visions of "the public" in mid-1790s newspapers / Seth Cotlar --
The New-York magazine : cultural repository / Sharon M. Harris --
Appendix, American periodical series, 1741-1800.
Other Titles: Periodical literature in 18th-century America
Responsibility: edited by Mark L. Kamrath and Sharon M. Harris.
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