DOI:10.1353/JNC.2016.0003
Corpus ID: 147932414
Interpreting the Survey
Theo Davis
Published 2016
Philosophy

J19: The Journal of Nineteenth-Century Americanists
I maintain a deep skepticism toward my argument here. I do not want to make an essentialist argument about whom we should read and teach. To do so would be to reinscribe categories that are deeply… Expand
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