Hanover, N.H. : Dartmouth College Press, 2013.
xiv, 261 pages.
Re-mapping the transnational.
Formatted Contents Note
A retrospective introduction American universalism and its democracy Area studies revisited The American state allegorizes the ruins Can American studies be "area studies"? Critical poetics: American resources for theorizing America Curiosity in the education of Henry Adams Can we judge the humanities by their future as a course of study? Humanities and the changing role of worldly engagement Rights discourse in the age of U.S.-China trade Historical humanist, American style The ineluctability of American empire The intellectual as a contemporary phenomenon The end of thinking: intellectual failure in the new world order Why the neocons hate Henry Adams.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.