The United States and World War II is a broad-ranging introduction to the second world war in America.
This book looks at animation in the United States afresh, discussing the distinctiveness of the cartoon form, and the myriad others types of animation production.
This book covers five key episodes during the war – including the massacre at My Lai and the siege at Khe Sanh.
This introduction to the Civil Rights Movement synthesises its history, explaining its origins, development and results as well as historiographical debates.
The Civil War is an event of great cultural significance, impacting upon American literature, film, music, electronic media, the marketplace and public performance.
This new, revisionist approach to the Twenties in America offers the first balanced account of the history and politics of this much-maligned decade.
In this volume, Mark Hulsether introduces the key players and offers a select group of case studies that explore how these players have interacted with major themes and events in US cultural history.
This book is suitable for students with little or no knowledge of the subject, or of Native American culture or history.
This book examines the quilts, ceramics, paintings, sculptures produced by African American artists over a two hundred year period.
This book offers a reappraisal and contextualisation of a critically underrated genre during a particularly rich period in its history.