An Extensive Republic: Print, Culture, and Society in the New Nation, ...

An Extensive Republic: Print, Culture, and Society in the New Nation, 1790-1840

Print, Culture, and Society in the New Nation, 1790-1840

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A History of the Book in America: Volume 2

Table of Contents

Section I Republic in Print: Ideologies and Institutions
Introduction / Mary Kelley
ch. 1 Revolution's Legacy for the History of the Book / Richard D. Brown
ch. 2 Book Trades in the New Nation
pt. 1 Rise of Book Publishing / James N. Green
pt. 2 Case Study: Harper & Brothers / Scott E. Casper
pt. 3 Case Study: Urban Printing / Karen Nipps
pt. 4 "Printing is something every village has in it": Rural Printing and Publishing / Jack Larkin
pt. 5 "Of the paper cap and inky apron": Journeymen Printers / William S. Pretzer
Section II Spreading the Word in Print
Introduction / Mary Kelley
ch. 3 Government and Law
pt. 1 Print and Politics / John L. Brooke
pt. 2 Have Pen, Will Travel: The Times and Life of John Norvell, Political Journalist / Jeffrey L. Pasley
pt. 3 Copyright / Meredith L. McGill
pt. 4 Expanding the Realm of Communications / Richard R. John
ch. 4 Benevolent Books: Printing, Religion, and Reform / David Paul Nord
ch. 5 Learned World / David S. Shields
Section III Educating the Citizenry
Introduction / Mary Kelley
ch. 6 Libraries and Schools
pt. 1 Libraries / Kenneth E. Carpenter
pt. 2 Schools / Maris A. Vinovskis
pt. 3 Schoolbooks / E. Jennifer Monaghan
pt. 4 Colleges and Print Culture / Leon Jackson
pt. 5 Female Academies and Seminaries and Print Culture / Mary Kelley
Section IV Gendering Authorship and Audiences
Introduction / Mary Kelley
ch. 7 Men Writing in the Early Republic / David Leverenz
ch. 8 Women Writing in the Early Republic / Sandra A. Zagarell
Section V Genres of Print
Introduction / Mary Kelley
ch. 9 Periodical Press: Newspapers, Magazines, and Reviews
pt. 1 Newspapers and Periodicals / Andie Tucher
pt. 2 Harriet Newell's Story: Women, the Evangelical Press, and the Foreign Mission Movement / Mary Kupiec Cayton
pt. 3 Making Friends at the Southern Literary Messenger / Leon Jackson
ch. 10 Word and Image
pt. 1 Transformations in Pictorial Printing / Georgia B. Barnhill
pt. 2 Novels / Elizabeth Barnes
pt. 3 Travel Books / Dona Brown
pt. 4 Biography / Scott E. Casper
Section VI New Reading and Writing Publics
Introduction / Mary Kelley
ch. 11 Making Communities in Print
pt. 1 Readers and Writers of German / A. Gregg Roeber
pt. 2 Give Me a Sign: African Americans, Print, and Practice / Grey Gundaker
pt. 3 Literacy and Colonization: The Case of the Cherokees / Barry O'Connell
ch. 12 Reading for an Extensive Republic / Robert A. Gross

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Open Library OL25415241M
ISBN 10 0807833398
ISBN 13 9780807833391

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