American Cultural Critics (CULTURAL AND SOCIAL STUDIES)

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This collection of essays assesses the work of a number of American intellectuals, including Susan Sontag, F.O. Mathieson, Daniel Bell and Hannah Arendt, who have addressed issues of culture and its multifaceted relations to politics, history, sociology and literary criticism. Concentrating on writing since 1940, the essays examine the central themes of American postwar intellectual history, including the continuing reaction to (or against) modernity and technology, the legacies of Marxism and psychoanalysis, and the re-examination of American founding principles and figures in conservative or liberal terms.

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American Cultural Critics covers a wide range of twentieth century intellectuals and cultural commentators whose work has constituted an engagement with American society and its values. These specially commissioned essays examine the central themes of American postwar intellectual history and explore the complex ways in which the underlying terms of cultural criticism have been both shared and contested. Contributors include Michael Wood, Richard King, Helen Carr and Lawrence J. Friedman.

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David Murray teaches American Studies at the University of Nottingham.

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