Ten years ago, the Multilingual Anthology of American Literature, edited by Marc Shell and Werner Sollors, revised our understanding of American literature by including texts written originally in such languages as Arabic, Navajo, Yiddish, and Chinese, and in the New Literary History of America compiled by Greil Marcus and Werner Sollors, published just last year, we are presented with a "fractal geometry" of American literary culture that includes war memorials, jazz and blues, comic strips, film, science fiction, and photography as well as winter counts, body counts, the Winchester rifle, gambling, skyscrapers, sports, the Civil Rights movement, and environmental activism.
What does NLH stand for?
NLH stands for New Literary History (journal)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 22 other meanings of NLH in our Acronym Attic
- National Lesbian and Gay Law Foundation (Washington, DC)
- National Laboratory Gene Library Project (LANL, LLNL)
- New Local Government Network
- National Lawn & Garden Show
- Newfoundland and Labrador Genealogical Society (Canada)
- National Lawyers Guild San Francisco (San Francisco, CA)
- Natural Log of Surface Pressure
- Northern Lake George Yacht Club (Hague, NY)
- Nathan Littauer Hospital (Gloversville, NY)
- National Library for Health (now Health Information Resources; UK)
- New London Hospital (New London, NH)
- No Limit Hold'em (poker)
- Nonlinear Helmholtz Equation
- Number of Levels in the Hierarchical Tree Structure
- National Leased Housing Association
- National Lung Health Association
- Native Land Husbandry Act of 1951
- Nebraska Literary Heritage Association
- New London Hospital Association
- New London Housing Authority
Samples in periodicals archive:
Her work was featured in the 2006 "American Movie Critics," edited by Philip Lopate, and she was a contributor to "A New Literary History of America," published by Harvard University Press in 2009.
Appelles and The Hiawatha and served on the editorial board of the newly released A New Literary History of American Literature edited by Dr.
Aesthetic Constituents in the Courtly Culture of Renaissance England," New Literary History 14: 597-621.
The first, Languages of the Unsayable: The Play of Negativity in Literature and Literary Theory, was published by Columbia University Press in 1989; the second appeared as a special number of New Literary History (22 [Winter 1991]), with the title The Institutions of Interpretation.