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American 19th-Century Literature Courses
American Renaissance (Princeton U.)
Shelley Fisher Fiskin (U. Texas Austin), Century's End: Race & Gender at the Turn of the Century 
John Getz (Xavier U.), American Renaissance, 1830-1865 
Robert M. Hogge (Weber St. U), American Literature: Civil War to 1900 
Mary Klages (U. Colorado, Boulder), The American 1890s (includes extensive online readings and contextual materials)
Tom Scanlan (U. Virginia),
The Abolition of Slavery in the 1800's (John A. Ayers)
Cyberscrimshaw: "Of the Monstrous Pictures of Whales" from Herman Melville's Moby-Dick (Tom Lukas)
The Debate in the 1831-32 General Assembly on the Abolition of Slavery (Corey McLellan)
Edgar Allan Poe's Literary Neighborhood: Graham's Magazine and Godey's Lady's Book in the 1840's (Wendy Leigh Branson)
Self-Representation in American Literature (Landon Nordeman)
Student Web Projects:  
A Violation of Justice: The Fugitive Slave Law of 1850 (Matthew Muller)
American Colonial Literature Courses
Beyond the Anthology: Sources for Teaching 16th- and 17th-Century Spanish Colonial Literature of North America (E. Thomson Shields, Jr., East Carolina U.)
American Literature Courses (General)
American Studies On-Line Courses and Integrative Syllabi (American Studies Electronic Crossroads)
American Studies Curricula (American Studies Electronic Crossroads)
Electronic Archives for Teaching the American Literatures (Randy Bass, Center for Electronic Projects in American Culture Studies, Georgetown U)
Essays on Teaching the American Literatures (Heath Anthology Newsletter)
Carolyn L. Karcher (Temple U), Survey of American Lit. (through 19th Century) 
Maria de Armas Ladd (U. Texas, Austin), American Literature Survey 
Andy Lakritz (Miami U. & USIA), United States Literature 
Michelle Maynard (U. Texas, Austin), American Literature Survey 
Syllabus Library for Teaching the American Literatures (collected by Georgetown U.)
T-AMLIT (info about the Teaching American Literatures list)
Modern American Literature Courses
Al Filreis (U. Penn)
The Literature & Culture of the American 1950s (includes many online resources)
Modern and Contemporary American Poetry 
Wendy Steiner (U. Penn), The Twentieth Century 

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