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The Origins and Originality of American Culture

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In a recent Harvard Business Journal (HBJ) article, “How to Build a Culture of Originality,” the author notes that in order to promote original thinkers and. Multidisciplinary in focus, The Journal of American Culture combines studies of American literature, history, and the arts, with studies of the popular, the taken-for-granted, and the ordinary pieces of American life, to produce analyses of American culture with a breadth and holism lacking in traditional American studies.

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