The Oxford Handbook of Transcendentalism

Hardcover | April 30, 2010

EditorJoel Myerson, Sandra Harbert Petrulionis, Laura Dassow Walls

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The Oxford Handbook of Transcendentalism offers an ecclectic, comprehensive interdisciplinary approach to the immense cultural impact of the movement that encompassed literature, art, architecture, science, and politics.

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The Oxford Handbook of Transcendentalism offers an ecclectic, comprehensive interdisciplinary approach to the immense cultural impact of the movement that encompassed literature, art, architecture, science, and politics.

Joel Myerson is Distinguished Professor Emeritus and Distinguished Research Professor at the University of South Carolina. An authority on transcendentalism and textual and bibliographical studies, Professor Myerson has written, edited, co-authored, or co-edited some fifty books. Sandra Harbert Petrulionis is Professor of English and...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:864 pages, 9.75 × 6.75 × 0.98 inPublished:April 30, 2010Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

IntroductionPart 1. Transcendental Contexts1. K. P. Van Anglen: Transcendentalism and Greek and Roman Classics2. Robin Grey: Enlightenment and Scottish Common Sense Philosophy3. Alan Hodder: Asian Influences4. Frank Shuffelton: Puritanism and Transcendentalism5. Dean Grodzins: Unitarianism6. Michael Ziser: Transcendentalism and World Revolutions7. Barbara L. Packer: British and Continental Romanticism8. Ronald J. Zboray and Mary Saracino Zboray: Nineteenth-Century Print CulturePart 2. Transcendentalism as a Social Movement9. Albert J. Von Frank: Transcendentalism and Religion10. Len Gougeon: Transcendental Politics and Economics11. Wesley T. Mott: Education12. Lance Newman: Environmentalist Thought and Action13. Lawrence Buell: Transcendentalism, Manifest Destiny, and the Question of the Moral Absolute14. Joshua David Bellin: Transcendentalism and Native American Rights15. Sandra Harbert Petrulionis: Transcendentalism and Antislavery16. Phyllis Cole: Women's Rights and Feminism17. Mary Lamb Shelden: Transcendentalism, Health, and the Body18. Sterling F. Delano: Transcendentalist CommunitiesPart 3. Transcendentalism as a Literary Movement19. Ed Folsom: Transcendental Poetics: Emerson, Higginson, and the Rise of Whitman and Dickinson20. Robert Sattelmeyer: Transcendentalism and the Journal21. Robert N. Hudspeth: Transcendental Letter-writing22. Susan L. Roberson: Transcendentalism and Sermons23. Kent P. Ljungquist: Lectures and the Lyceum Movement24. Noelle A. Baker: Transcendentalism and Conversations25. Todd H. Richardson: Transcendentalist Periodicals26. Susan Belasco: The Dial27. Jeffrey Steele: Literary Criticism28. Barbara L. Packer: Transcendentalist Travel Literature29. Philip F. Gura: Nature Writing30. Robert D. Habich: Biography, Autobiography, and ReminiscencePart 4. Transcendentalism and the Other Arts31. Albert J. Von Frank: Transcendentalism and the Visual Arts32. Sean Ross Meehan: Photography33. W. Barksdale Maynard: Architecture34. Ora Frishberg Saloman: Transcendentalism and MusicPart 5. Varieties of Transcendental Experience35. Ronald A. Bosco: Concord36. Robert J. Scholnick: Transcendentalism in Boston and Beyond37. Laura Dassow Walls: Global Transcendentalism38. Elizabeth Addison: Families and Friendships at the Height of the Transcendental Movement39. Philip Cafaro: Transcendental Virtue40. Lawrence F. Rhu: The Cavellian Turn in American Transcendental Thinking41. Eric G. Wilson: Transcendental Aesthetics42. Laura Dassow Walls: Science and Technology43. William Rossi: Transcendentalism and Evolutionary Theory44. Richard Kopley: Transcendentalism and Its Nay-Sayers: Poe, Hawthorne, MelvillePart 6. Transcendental Afterlives45. David M. Robinson: The Free Religion Movement46. Linck Johnson: The Life and Legacy of "Civil Disobedience"47. Robert E. Burkholder: Nature Writing and Environmental Activism48. Leslie Perrin Wilson: Walden: Pilgrimages and Iconographies49. Saundra Morris: Transcendentalism and Twentieth-Century American Poetry50. Amy E. Earhart: The Electronic AgeAppendicesJoel Myerson: ChronologyJoel Myerson: BibliographiesIndex