Open Access. Powered by Scholars. Published by Universities.®

History Commons

Open Access. Powered by Scholars. Published by Universities.®

Articles 1 - 6 of 6

Full-Text Articles in History

Establishing Justice In Middle America: A History Of The United States Court Of Appeals For The Eighth Circuit, Jeffrey Morris Jun 2013

Establishing Justice In Middle America: A History Of The United States Court Of Appeals For The Eighth Circuit, Jeffrey Morris

Jeffrey B. Morris

No abstract provided.


Pocket History Of The United States, Jeffrey Morris, Allan Nevins, Henry Commager Jun 2013

Pocket History Of The United States, Jeffrey Morris, Allan Nevins, Henry Commager

Jeffrey B. Morris

No abstract provided.


Four Decades On: Vietnam, The United States, And The Legacies Of The Second Indochina War, Edwin A. Martini May 2013

Four Decades On: Vietnam, The United States, And The Legacies Of The Second Indochina War, Edwin A. Martini

Edwin A. Martini

In Four Decades On, historians, anthropologists, and literary critics examine the legacies of the Second Indochina War, or what most Americans call the Vietnam War, nearly forty years after the United States finally left Vietnam. They address matters such as the daunting tasks facing the Vietnamese at the war's end—including rebuilding a nation and consolidating a socialist revolution while fending off China and the Khmer Rouge—and "the Vietnam syndrome," the cynical, frustrated, and pessimistic sense that colored America's views of the rest of the world after its humiliating defeat in Vietnam. The contributors provide unexpected perspectives ...


Playing In The Neutral Zone: Meanings And Uses Of Ice Hockey In The Canada-U.S. Borderlands, 1895-1915, Andrew Holman Mar 2013

Playing In The Neutral Zone: Meanings And Uses Of Ice Hockey In The Canada-U.S. Borderlands, 1895-1915, Andrew Holman

Andrew C. Holman

No abstract provided.


The Canadian Hockey Player Problem: Cultural Reckoning And National Identities In American Collegiate Sport, 1947-80, Andrew Holman Mar 2013

The Canadian Hockey Player Problem: Cultural Reckoning And National Identities In American Collegiate Sport, 1947-80, Andrew Holman

Andrew C. Holman

This article is a study in the social history of Canadian-American relations and it performs two functions. First, it traces the increasing presence of Canadian student athletes in American collegiate hockey, 1947-80, and the efforts of coaches, recruiters, administrators, and alumni to draw Canadians to US hockey programs. By the end of the 1950s Canadian student athletes dominated the American collegiate game—a pattern that abated only in the late 1970s. Second, this essay analyzes the heated debates that emerged in these years about the threats that these students posed to American collegiate athletics and to Canadian amateur hockey. The ...


‘Something To Admire’: Cultural Nationalism, Symbolic Dissonance, And The Fourth Of July In New England’S Canadian Borderlands, 1840-1870, Andrew Holman Mar 2013

‘Something To Admire’: Cultural Nationalism, Symbolic Dissonance, And The Fourth Of July In New England’S Canadian Borderlands, 1840-1870, Andrew Holman

Andrew C. Holman

No abstract provided.