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Essays in American history in honor of James C. Malin.
|Statement||Edited by Burton J. Williams.|
|Contributions||Williams, Burton J.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
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Essays in American history in honor of James C. Malin. [Lawrence, Kan.] Coronado Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Essays in American history in honor of James C. Malin. [Lawrence, Kan.] Coronado Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: James C Malin; James C Malin: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Burton J Williams.
Read this book on Questia. Like "Topsy" this book "just growed." Six of these essays were written as a whole, or incorporate materials, prepared for special occasions over a period sincebut were denied publication through conventional channels. In Baker University gave him the L.
degree, and in a festschrift, Essays in American History in Honor of James C. Malin, was published. Despite such professional acknowledgment, Malin's writings and ideas, as previously noted, often were dismissed or ignored by many of his fellow historians.
Essays in American history in honor of James C. Malin (Book); James C. Malin: a study in American historiography by Robert Galen Bell (); A most original thinker: James C. Malin on history and technology by Thomas Burnell Colbert (). Malin's latest book on Eugene Ware was published by Coronado Press, and reprints of other works are also being considered by the Press.
James C. Malin, "Space and History: Reflections on the Closed-Space Doctrines of Turner and Mackinder and the Challenge of Those Ideas by the Air Age." Agricultural History, Baltimore, v. 18 (July, ), p. The frontier as a conditioning factor among many factors is mentioned in a variety of Malin's studies not cited here.
For an excellent bibliography of Malin's publications, see Burton J. Williams, ed., Essays in American History In Honor of James.
Malin (Lawrence: Coronado Press, ), pp. . The Contriving Brain, pp. The papers of James C. Malin, professor of history at the University of Kansas from towere given to the Manuscripts Department of the Kansas State Historical Society in two parts on two separate occasions.
Malin himself gave a portion of his papers to the Society in In this lively and authoritative book, James Bowman traces the curious and fascinating history of this ideal, from the Middle Ages through the Enlightenment and to the killing fields of World War I and the despair of Vietnam.
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Syrett, eds. (New York and London: Columbia U. Press, ) pp. the documentation. Only James C. Malin in the last essay of the book, "The Contriving Brain as the Pivot of History," attempts the cosmic, and in so doing gives a truly original and provocative essay.
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