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August 10, Bio Gary Laderman is chair of religion and professor of American religious history and cultures at Emory University. Read more by Gary Laderman. Want to advertise? Click here. College Pages. Subscribe for free today. Featured college pages. Just Visiting How to write an effective diversity statement essay Anglo-Saxon studies group says it will change its name amid bigger complaints about where the field A Final Nail in the Coffin for Turnitin?
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The Bike Mechanic and the Professor. The World View. The Growing Complexities of International Collaboration. Conversations on Diversity. Using photographs, diaries, medical histories, art, and literature, he has produced an indispensable work for understanding the nineteenth-century nation. His chapters on 19th-century nature symbolism and the relationship between body and soul, which could not be covered here, offer important new insights into the interaction between transcendentalism and evangelicalism. Moreover, Laderman's attention to ethnographic detail—and his impressive arguments even more persuasive.
This book stands as an impeccable contribution, not only to the study of death and dying, but to American religious history in general. Shawn Landres, Mortality.
Wells, Journal of Social History. It attends even-handedly to class and theology, race and gender, the forces of the market, and the aspirations of the spirit. It draws on both popular and elite writings and on evidence from material culture such as postmortem photographs, woodcuts, and sheet music.
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Though not for the squeamish, it is also a great read, informed by cultural studies but not beholden to its in-house style. This volume rightfully belongs in every college and university library and will prove useful in both undergraduate and graduate courses on death and dying, American religious history, and the history of the body.
Hatton on Laderman, 'The Sacred Remains: American Attitudes toward Death, 1799-1883'
His chapters on 19th-century nature symbolism and the relationship between body and soul. Moreover, Laderman's attention to ethnographic detail-and particularly to visual imagery-makes his impressive arguments even more persuasive.
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