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History

A research and library guide for the History Department.

Suggested Reading

American History from a Global Perspective

Russo argues that life in the United States can be better understood if it is examined from either a wider perspective-the English speaking world, the Western Hemisphere, Western Civilization-or a narrower perspective-regional and local variations.

American History Now

American History Now collects eighteen original historiographer essays that survey recent scholarship in American history and trace the shifting lines of interpretation and debate in the field. Building on the legacy of two previous editions of The New American History, this volume presents an entirely new group of contributors and a re conceptualized table of contents.

Popular Culture in American History

Popular Culture in American History is designed to introduce undergraduate students to material that is informative yet easily readable. It is clearly designed as a supplement to undergraduate history textbooks.