<i>A Road Course in Early American Literature: Travel and Teaching from Aztlán to Amherst </i> by Thomas Hallock (A Book Review)


Nathaniel R. Racine's review of A Road Course in Early American Literature: Travel and Teaching from Aztlán to Amherst by Thomas Hallock.


Book review; Thomas Hallock; Early American Literature; Travel; Teaching; North America

Dewey, John. Democracy and Education. 1916. The Free Press, 1997.

Hallock, Thomas. A Road Course in Early American Literature: Travel and Teaching from Atzlán to Amherst. U of Alabama P, 2021.

Hallock, Thomas. “Footnote Trails: Bibliographic Essay for A Road Course in Early American Literature: Travel and Teaching from Atzlán to Amherst,” Jan. 2021. https://roadcourse.us/. Accessed 03 Sept. 2021.

Published : 2021-12-19

RacineN. (2021). <i>A Road Course in Early American Literature: Travel and Teaching from Aztlán to Amherst </i&gt; by Thomas Hallock (A Book Review). Review of International American Studies, 14(2), 157-164. https://doi.org/10.31261/rias.12622

Nathaniel R. Racine  nathaniel.racine@tamiu.edu
Texas A&M International University  United States

Nathaniel R. Racine is an assistant professor of English in the Department of Humanities at Texas A&M International University in Laredo, Texas. He holds a PhD in English from Temple University in Philadelphia and a professionally-accredited Master’s degree in Urban Planning from McGill University in Montreal, Canada. In 2018-2019 he was a Fulbright Postoctoral Scholar to Mexico. His recent work draws from the fields of geography and urbanism to understand the cultural exchange between the U.S. and Mexico from the interwar period through midcentury.

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