Quest for Identity: America Since 1945 ePub download
by Randall Bennett Woods
- ISBN: 0521549973
- ISBN13: 978-0521549974
- ePub: 1313 kb | FB2: 1569 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Humanities
- Publisher: Cambridge University Press (March 7, 2005)
- Pages: 608
- Rating: 4.7/5
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Quest for Identity is a survey of the American experience from the close of World War II, through the Cold War and 9/11, to the present.
Quest for Identity is a survey of the American experience from the close of World War II, through the Cold War and 9/11, to the present. Randall Woods addresses and explains the major themes that punctuate the period: the Cold War, the Civil Rights and Women's Rights movements, and other great changes that led to major realignments of American life.
Randall Bennett Woods is John A. Cooper Distinguished Professor of History at the University of Arkansas
Randall Bennett Woods is John A. Cooper Distinguished Professor of History at the University of Arkansas. He has written widely on twentieth-century American history, including Dawning of the Cold War (1991), Changing of the Guard (1990), and Fulbright: A Biography (1995), which won both the Ferrell and Ledbetter Prizes.
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Randall Bennett Woods, American history professor. Recipient Alumni Distinguished Faculty award, University Arkansas, 1994, Ferrell Best Book in Public Relations prize, Society Historians American Foreign Relations, 1996, Outstanding Teaching award, University Arkansas Teaching Academy. Instructor University Arkansas, Fayetteville, 1971, assistant professor, 1972, associate professor, 1979, professor, 1983, Cooper chair, 1988, distinguished professor history, since 1994, associate dean Fulbright college arts and science, 1979-1982, dean Fulbright college arts and science, 1999-2002.