How has the concept of the outlaw been formed from legal and political traditions, both from the Anglo-American perspective and from elsewhere? Presently, how does the physical or virtual outlaw serve as a form of resistance, dissent, and transgression in literature, media, and art?
H-POL is dedicated to enhancing scholarly communication on the history of politics, with a special interest in the history of politics in the United States.
The Pacific Historical Review recently published the following article that may interest H-Pol list subscribers:
- “‘The Greatest Nation on Earth’: The Politics and Patriotism of the First Anglo American Immigrants to Mexican Texas, 1820-1824,” by Sarah K. M. Rodriguez
This article can be accessed via the following link: http://ucpressjournals.com/journal.php?j=phr.
I am launching a biography of McCarthy, for Houghton-Mifflin, and would love help with these searches:
1) Trying to find surviving friends and relatives, colleagues, first-hand fans and foes. I'm in touch with some, most in their 90s or beyond, and suspect there are lots of others;
The Intimate State: Gender, Sexuality, and Governance in Modern U.S. History
Call for Proposals: Due April 10, 2017
Editors: Margot Canaday, Nancy Cott, & Robert Self