Teaching And Studying The Americas: Cultural Influences from Colonialism to the Present by A. PinnTeaching And Studying The Americas: Cultural Influences from Colonialism to the Present by A. Pinn

Teaching And Studying The Americas: Cultural Influences from Colonialism to the Present

EditorA. Pinn, C. Levander, Michael O. Emerson

Hardcover | November 29, 2010

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Interdisciplinary work across the humanities and social sciences is moving beyond analysis of any one nation in isolation and instead placing urgent questions in the larger matrix of the Americas as a hemisphere. But little attention has been given to the overarching methodological, institutional, and pedagogical issues resulting from the growth of inter-American, or American hemispheric studies. Teaching and Studying the Americas is designed to give close consideration to the range of fundamental challenges and questions that a hemispheric studies perspective raises. It is unique in its primary concern with questions of institutional practice, pedagogic transformation, and research perspectives. 

Anthony B. Pinn is the Agnes Cullen Arnold Professor of Humanities and Professor of Religious Studies. Pinn is also the author/editor of twenty-four books, including Varieties of African American Religious Experience; The Black Church in the Post-Civil Rights Era; Why, Lord?: Suffering and Evil in Black Theology; and African American ...
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Title:Teaching And Studying The Americas: Cultural Influences from Colonialism to the PresentFormat:HardcoverDimensions:304 pagesPublished:November 29, 2010Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan USLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0230615120

ISBN - 13:9780230615120

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Introduction--Alexander Byrd, Michael Emerson, Caroline Levander, and Anthony B. Pinn * PART I: LOCATING AND DISLOCATING THE AMERICAS * Good Neighbor/Bad Neighbor: Boltonian Americanism and Hemispheric Studies--Antonio Barrenechea * Bad Neighbor/Good Neighbor: Across the Disciplines Toward a Hemispheric Studies-- Caroline Levander * Coloniality At Large: The Western Hemisphere and the Colonial Horizon of Modernity--Walter Mignolo * PART II: DISCIPLINING HEMISPHERIC STUDIES * A Major Motion Picture: Studying and Teaching the Americas--Michael O. Emerson * Embodied Meaning: The ‘Look’ and ‘Location’ of Religion in the American Hemisphere--Anthony B. Pinn * Primeval Whiteness: White Supremacies, (Latin) American History, and the Transamerican Challenge to Critical Race Studies--Ruth Hill * The Making of ‘Americans’: Old Boundaries, New Realities--Karen Manges Douglas and Rogelio Saenz * Interdisciplinary Approaches to Teaching the History of the Western Hemisphere--Moramay López-Alonso * PART III: PROGRAMS AND PEDAGOGY * Beyond National Borders: Researching and Teaching Jovita González--Heather Miner and Robin Sager * Migrant Archives: New Routes In and Out of American Studies--Rodrigo Lazo * Partnering Across the Americas: Crossing National and Disciplinary Borders in Archival Development--Melissa Bailar * Ghosts of the American Century: The Intellectual, Programmatic and Institutional Challenges for Transnational/Hemispheric American Studies--Matthew Guterl and Deborah Cohn