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Looking for America: The Visual Production of Nation and People is a groundbreaking collection that explores the "visual" in defining the kaleidoscope of American experience and American identity in the 20th century. * Covers enduringly important topics in American history: nationhood, class, politics of identity, and the visual mapping of "others" * Includes editorial introductions, suggested readings, a primer on how to "read" an image, and a guide to visual archives and collections * Well-illustrated book for those in American Studies and related fields eager to incorporate the visual into their teaching-and telling-of the American story.
Ardis Cameron is Professor of American and New England Studies, University of Southern Maine. She is author of Radicals of the Worst Sort: The Laboring of Lawrence, 1860-1912 (1993). She received a Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Humanities and a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship for her work in progress, Tales of Peyton Place: The Biography of a Big Book.