Rural Identity and Cultural Hierarchy
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"The "Introduction" by editors Barbara Ching and Gerald Creed is worth the price of the book. Ching and Creed argue that there is a "culturally valuable rusticity" that must be identified and explored by scholars because of its great shaping power in human behavior and experience." -- H-Rural Book Review
Gerald Creed is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Hunter College and the Graduate School of the City University of New York. Barbara Ching is Assistant Professor of English at the University of Memphis.
INTRODUCTION ~ Recognizing Rusticity, Gerald W. Creed, Barbara Ching; Chapter 1 ~ Rurality and "Racial" Landscapes in Trinidad, Aisha Khan; Chapter 2 ~ "Is It True What They Say About Dixie?", William J. Maxwell; Chapter 3 ~ "Ain't It Funny How Time Slips Away?", Aaron A. Fox; Chapter 4 ~ "Campesinos" and "Tecnicos", Marc Edelman; Chapter 5 ~ Class, Gender, and the Rural in James Joyce's "The Dead", Elizabeth A. Sheehan; Chapter 6 ~ The Roman du Terroir au Feminin in Quebec, Beatrice Guenther; Chapter 7 ~ Rurality, Rusticity, and Contested Identity Politics in Brittany, DavidMaynard; Chapter 8 ~ The Rise and Fall of "Peasantry" as a Culturally Constructed National Elite in Israel, Susan H.Lees; Chapter 9 ~ The Alpine Landscape in Australian Mythologies of Ecology and Nation, MichEle D. Dominy; CONTRIBUTORS; Index;