One of the best known consensus or synthesis historians, Daniel J. Boorstin crosses disciplinary boundaries by writing about universities and students, lawyers and historians, history of science and everyday phenomena, material and popular culture, libraries and literacy, film and theater, statistics and words, airwaves and highways, and generally speaking, the past, present, and world to come. This bibliography brings together works by and about Boorstin, showing the volume, range, and importance of his contribution to the study of American history. With more than 1,300 entries, the bibliography records a history of Daniel Boorstin in print and non-print from 1930 to 1999. It covers a multitude of types of entries, including monographs, book reviews by and about Boorstin, newspaper and scholarly articles, manuscript and archival material, videocassettes, sound reels, Websites, and CD-ROMs. Entries are selectively annotated, in many instances using direct quotes from Boorstin, to give the reader a snapshot understanding of the works cited. This book will be the definitive Boorstin bibliography.