Film, Video Jonathan Going South: The Yankee & the Making of American National Character
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- Jonathan Going South: The Yankee & the Making of American National Character
- Stefanie Schaefer traces the origins and functions of the Yankee in 19th century U.S. literary and popular culture. Schaefer traces the Yankee's most commonly known sectional (Northern) denomination to its origins and explores how this allegory was used to imagine an American national identity.
- Event Date
- February 07, 2013
- - Stefanie Schaefer is a German Fellow in the Library's John W. Kluge Center.
- Related Resources
- John W. Kluge Center: https://www.loc.gov/kluge/
- Running Time
- 53 minutes 42 seconds
- Online Format
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