Seeing Jefferson anew

in his time and ours

Publisher: University of Virginia Press in Charlottesville

Written in English
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  • Jefferson, Thomas, -- 1743-1826 -- Political and social views -- Congresses,
  • Jefferson, Thomas, -- 1743-1826 -- Influence -- Congresses,
  • Jefferson, Thomas, -- 1743-1826 -- Historiography -- Congresses,
  • Presidents -- United States -- Biography -- Congresses

Edition Notes

StatementJohn B. Boles and Randal L. Hall, editors.
GenreCongresses, Biography
ContributionsBoles, John B., Hall, Randal L., 1971-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsE332.2 .S44 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23945238M
ISBN 109780813929934, 9780813929972
LC Control Number2009048480

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Seeing Jefferson Anew: In His Time and Ours Hardcover – Aug by John B. Boles (Editor), Randal L. Hall (Editor)/5(4). Jefferson has, for better or for worse, been a man for all essays in this collection seek to update and reevaluate several key aspects of Jefferson’s attitudes and policies in light of the newest research and at the same time take care to consider his ideas about such controversial topics as race, gender, and religion in the context of his own time and place.

Seeing Jefferson Anew In His Time and Ours Thomas Jefferson’s ideas have been so important in shaping the character and aspirations of the United States that it has proven impossible to think about the state of the nation at almost any moment without implicit or explicit reference to his words and actions.

(cloth: acid-free paper), (e-book) Contents. Introduction / John B. Boles and Randal L. Hall; Thomas Jefferson and American democracy / Peter S.

Onuf; Natural politics: Jefferson, elections, and the people / Eva Sheppard Wolf; The many wests of Thomas Jefferson / Peter J. Kastor; Jefferson and slavery / Adam Rothman. While intended to update, in effect, now decades-old major biographies of Jefferson, these essays by leading Jefferson scholars represent no simple search for a usable past but instead a tough-minded but fair examination of a complex man who in fundamental ways represents both the promise and the problems of the American experience.

Seeing Jefferson Anew Book Description: Thomas Jefferson's ideas have been so important in shaping the character and aspirations of the United States that it has proven impossible to think about the state of the nation at almost any moment without implicit or explicit reference to his words and actions.

Jefferson has, for better or for worse, been a man for all seasons. The essays in this collection seek to update and reevaluate several key aspects of Jefferson’s attitudes and policies in light of the newest research and at the same time take care to consider his ideas about such controversial topics as race, gender, and religion in the context of his own time and place.

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Seeing Jefferson Anew: In His Time and Ours. Edited by John Boles and Randal Hall. This book resulted from a February symposium at Rice University.

The goal of the conference, according to organizers John Boles and Randal Hall, was "to recapture both the eighteenth-century world from which [Thomas Jefferson] came and the present-day. Maurizio Valsania, Jefferson’s Body: A Corporeal Biography University of Virginia Press, pages, endnotes, bibliography, index.

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Boles co-edited "Seeing Jefferson Anew: In His Times and Ours" and is currently writing a full-scale biography of Thomas Jefferson. The course will offer an overview of his career, his political and religious ideas, his tenuous relationship with France, his complicated and tragic involvement with slavery and his fascination with the West.

Seeing Jefferson Anew: In His Time and Ours (Hardback) John B. Boles (editor), Randal L. Hall (editor)Pages: Lewis, Jan Ellen./ Jefferson and Jefferson Anew: In His Time and Ours.

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This Bibliography of Thomas Jefferson is a comprehensive list of published works about Thomas Jefferson, the primary author of the Declaration of Independence and the third President of the United States.

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Review of Sally Hemings & Thomas Jefferson: History, Memory, and Civic Culture, by Jan Ellen Lewis and Peter S.

Onuf. Journal of American History (): Block praises the book but is a bit skeptical about the lack of historical references regarding enslaved. 'Jefferson's Blood' is a powerful, provocative blend of history and sociology.

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“Jefferson in the Flesh,” in John B. Boles and Randal L. Hall, eds., Seeing Jefferson Anew: In His Time and Ours (University of Virginia Press, ) “Jefferson and the Language of Friendship,” in The Cambridge Companion to Thomas Jefferson, ed. Frank Shuffelton (Cambridge University Press, ).

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Brian Steele concludes the introduction to his book by noting that although “the world may not need another book about Thomas Jefferson,” he hopes this one “may offer a way of envisioning [Jefferson] anew, of questioning our shibboleths not only about him but also about ourselves” (p.

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Powered by Create your own unique website with customizable templates. Get Started. Home FICTION - Reviews, Summaries, Excerpts Non-Fiction.Douglas L. Wilson, “The Evolution of Jefferson’s Notes on the State of Virginia,” Virginia Magazine of History and Biography (): See also Jefferson to Marbois, March 4,in PTJ, Transcription available at Founders Online.

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