Literature and Society in Jacksonian America: Writers Confront the Marketplace

American Studies Seminar
1978
Stephen Nissenbaum

The following American Studies Seminar research papers were written by students in the 1978 seminar, "Literature and Society in Jacksonian America: Writers Confront the Marketplace," under the supervision of Stephen Nissenbaum.

  • "The Author's Mask: Anonymity and Pseudonymity, 1800-1860," by Angela Von Laue
  • "The Batchelor Behind the Reveries," by Patrick Fitzgerald
  • "Caroline Gilman, Editor and Author," by Betsy Steigerwald
  • "The commercialization of Uncle Tom's Cabin" by Barbara Ring
  • "Horace Waters and the Hymnal in Jacksonian America: The Popularization of Religious Music," by George A. Ashur
  • "The Jacksonian Magazine Editor: Man in the Middle," by Brian David Huntley
  • "The Jacksonian Satirist as Literary Entrepreneur," by William Adrian
  • "The Pathfinder: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow," by Roger M. Anderson
  • "The poet as Editor: Park Benjamin and the Birth of Romanticism," by John J. Valente, Jr.

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