College of Arts and Sciences

Department of English

ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance

ESQ 49:1–3 (2003) Special Issue:

Reexamining The American Renaissance

Contents

Albert J. von Frank
Introduction: Reexamining the American Renaissance: Some Futures for the Past
Betsy Erkkilä
Revolution in the Renaissance
Jeffrey Steele
Crises of Relationship: Developing Relational Models for the Study of the American Renaissance
John Carlos Rowe
Religious Transnationalism in the American Renaissance: Susan Warner's Wide, Wide World
Sharon M. Harris
Whose Renaissance? Women Writers in Era of the American Renaissance
Phyllis Cole
The Literary Landscape of a Woman's Rights Periodical: The Una, 1853–1855
Maurice S. Lee
The Old and the New: Double Consciousness and the Literature of Slavery
Julie Cary Nerad
A Darker Woods: African American Writers in the American Renaissance
Larry J. Reynolds
The Challenge of Cultural Relativity: The Case of Hawthorne
Penelope Kelsey
Natives, Nation, Narration: Reading Roanoke in the American Renaissance
David M. Ball
Toward an Archaeology of American Modernism: Reconsidering Prestige and Popularity in the American Renaissance
Russ Castronovo
Death to the American Renaissance: History, Heidegger, Poe
Robert Milder
"A Literature for the Times"
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