'A perfect knowledge of our own tongue': language use and learning in Philadelphia, 1750-1830
This dissertation re-imagines the history of the U.S. language disciplines by examining language education thought and practice in a key city, Philadelphia, in a formative period, 1750-1830. I first examine the ways in which "tacit English monolingualism," as Bruce Horner and John Trimbur...
|Main Author:||Kimball, Elizabeth, fl. 2010.|