Homo Americanus
YURI GRIPAS/AFP/Getty Images
Homo Americanus
A Maine Childhood, Twice Told

A memoir of a girl’s Maine childhood considered by another Maine memoirist, with sixty years—and a class divide—separating the two.

Leonard Brooks Pierson
Homo Americanus
A Cowboy Life in Poetry

Who would have thought that real cowboy versifying was still around as late as the 1950s?

Homo Americanus
That Rural Sound

A conversation with Norman Blake, direct from Sulfur Springs, Georgia, somewhatly about American acoustic guitar music.

Homo Americanus
Vikings on the Mississippi

Fred Carl’s vision and determination built a great company and saved a down-and-out Southern town. Now carpetbagging corporate flipsters are pretty much destroying it.

Homo Americanus
The Waverly Vet

A dozen Underground Railroad travelers returned south from their refuge in Pennsylvania to fight for the Union. George Keys was one of the few to survive the ordeal.

Homo Americanus
Pedal Power to the People

Even more Americans are biking their way to work and to better health-also to bars, romance, and all too often emergency rooms.

Homo Americanus
His Last Bow

Fouad Ajami was an enthusiastic immigrant and U.S. citizen, but he never lost his longing for progress in the lands he left behind.

Homo Americanus
Duane’s World

How the son of Syrian immigrants accidentally became one of Toledo’s rock-and-roll impresarios.

Homo Americanus
Guitar Hero

John Woodland nearly lost his mind and marriage tracking down the origins of the Martin D-45 Dreadnought, that most iconic of American guitars.

Homo Americanus
The Rhythm of Happiness

A meditation on happiness, personal yet probing, from 1958.

© The American Interest LLC 2005-2017 About Us Masthead Submissions Advertise Customer Service