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Discussion in 'Teaching abroad' started by hp02rje, Apr 23, 2012.
Does anyone have a good extended reading list for this topic?
It shouldn't be too difficult; they only have about 250 years of it!
Just think, a paper on their "culture" would be even easier!!
I would assume that there would need to be a good few books and volumes, for each section. What does paper five cover? Could be settlement, division, Mexican war(s), independence, civil war, slavery, political reform attempts, the depression, world war 1, world war 2, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq part 1, Iraq part 2, the Cold War or even immigration and expansion west. Give us a clue and we might even have someone who could suggest books.
And Scott - read a CV recently from a person specialising in culture of post-feminist African Americans in the South East from 1975-1980 (or some such)..............There's a single book I'd not like to have to read, rather wait for the sequel that may or may not cover the impact of Tupac and Biggie on post-modernist thinking amongst Hispanic-Americans from 1990-1994.
Can't help but to agree....