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12/2018, Oxford Studies in American Literary History, ISBN 9780198825647, 268
The Ever-Present Now examines the meaning and possibilities of the present and its relationship to history and historicity in a number of literary texts of the... 
Literary Studies (20th Century onwards) | American literature-19th century-History and criticism | Authors, American-19th century | Politics and literature-United States | Immediatism | Historiography | Presentism | Romanticism | Impatience | Time | Literary history | Temporality | Abolition
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Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, ISSN 0022-3514, 2/2005, Volume 88, Issue 2, pp. 365 - 385
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European Journal of Social Psychology, ISSN 0046-2772, 08/2009, Volume 39, Issue 5, pp. 831 - 841
Basic social psychological research has suggested several interventions to reduce intergroup conflict. Most of these interventions, however, have been indirect... 
FEAR | PSYCHOLOGY, SOCIAL | MEDIATION | GAME | REDUCTION | GREED | INDIVIDUAL-GROUP DISCONTINUITY | CATEGORIZATION | PERSPECTIVE-TAKING | Social psychology | Group dynamics | Conflict | Game theory | Manipulation
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Leviathan, ISSN 1525-6995, 2018, Volume 20, Issue 3, pp. 25 - 34
This essay on Israel Potter focuses on the chapter "Paul Jones in a Reverie" in the service of reconsidering the novel's portrayal of John Paul Jones. Jones,... 
Melville, Herman | 1747-1792 | Queer theory | Jones, John Paul | In literature | LITERATURE, AMERICAN | Nineteenth Century | Authors | Jones, John Paul, 1747-1792 | English Literature | Expansionism | Israel Potter | Abolition of slavery | Literary criticism | Jones, John Paul (1747-92) | Homosexuality | Novels | Melville, Herman (1819-1891)
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Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, ISSN 0022-3514, 8/2007, Volume 93, Issue 2, pp. 250 - 265
Two experiments contrasted interactions between group leaders with interactions between individuals in a mixed-motive setting. Consistent with the idea that... 
guilt-proneness | norms | accountability | discontinuity | leadership | PSYCHOLOGY, SOCIAL | MEDIATION | LOOKING | ADJUSTMENT | FEAR | IMPACT | CONFORMITY | SHAME | INDIVIDUAL-GROUP DISCONTINUITY | CATEGORIZATION | Leadership | Social Responsibility | Humans | Cooperative Behavior | Adult | Female | Male | Guilt | Interpersonal Relations | Psychological aspects | Influence | Responsibility | Analysis
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12/2018, ISBN 9780198825647
Chapter 2 attends two early works that, I argue, resist rather than participate in the formation of the historical romance tradition in antebellum U.S.... 
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12/2018, ISBN 9780198825647
The Ever-Present Now: Time, History, and Antebellum American Writing begins with Garrison’s experience of the present moment’s dire intensity, because for him... 
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12/2018, ISBN 9780198825647
The present is social: this is the central claim of Chapter 5, the book’s final chapter, which reads Herman Melville’s novel Israel Potter (1855). Formally... 
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12/2018, ISBN 9780198825647
The book’s final chapter turns to the twenty-first-century historical present to examine the resurgence of pious warnings about the dangers of presentism in... 
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12/2018, ISBN 9780198825647
Chapter 3 considers this question: why, when Ralph Waldo Emerson thinks of history, does he so often think of the present? Emerson’s various rejections of the... 
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12/2018, ISBN 9780198825647
Chapter 4 tracks Frederick Douglass’s developing historical-temporal consciousness and his adoption of a presentist view of history that rhymes with Ralph... 
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12/2018, ISBN 9780198825647
Chapter 1 analyzes the self-consciousness—and uncanny postmodernity—of Washington Irving in the various works attributed to his historian alter ego Diedrich... 
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03/2018, ISBN 110843407X
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American Literature, ISSN 0002-9831, 2009, Volume 81, Issue 4, pp. 659 - 685
A familiar refrain in U.S. history, "leave me alone" has long been the preferred locution with which one affirms one's right to privacy. Insko's essay... 
American Studies | Literary Theory | Literature and Literary Studies | Cultural Studies | Literary Criticism | LITERATURE, AMERICAN | Privacy | Narrative Technique | Nineteenth Century | The Pioneers | Authors | English Literature | Cooper, J. Fenimore | Privacy, Right of | Analysis | Cooper, James Fenimore
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American literature, ISSN 1527-2117, 2009, Volume 81, Issue 4, p. 659
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