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Part I: Early America -- Cultural encounters: Americans and Europeans -- Cultures of colonial settlement -- British America in the eighteenth century -- The Revolution and the Early Republic -- Part II: The Nineteenth Century -- Antebellum cultural history -- Religion and reform -- Black culture in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries -- The Civil War in American culture -- The West -- The Gilded Age -- Immigration and ethnic culture -- Cultural watersheds in Fin de Siècle America -- Part III: The Twentieth Century -- Consumer culture and mass culture -- Modernism -- Politics and culture in the 1930s and 1940s -- The 1950s and 1960s -- The globalization of American culture -- Part IV: Thematic and Methodological Approaches -- Cultural theory, dialogue, and American cultural history -- Situating visual culture -- Material cultures -- Performance and display -- Gender and sexuality -- Race and ethnicity -- Popular culture -- History and memory -- Part V: The Cultural Turn in Other Fields -- Culturalist approaches to intellectual history -- The impact of the cultural concept on social history -- Religious history and the cultural turn -- Political history and the tool of culture -- The cultural history of foreign relations.