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Magazine Collection List
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American Literature
American Literature

June 1993
June 1993

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American Literature

June 1993

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American Literature
American Literature

June 1993
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American Literature

September 1993

Number 3

American Literature
American Literature
American Literature
American Literature

September 1993
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American Literature

September 1993
December 1993

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American Literature
American Literature
American Literature
American Literature
American Literature
American Literature
American Literature
American Literature
American Literature
American Literature
American Literature

December 1993
December 1993
December 1993
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December 1993
March 1994
March 1994
March 1994
March 1994
March 1994
March 1994

Number 4
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June 1994

Number 2

Article Title
Francis Parkman's Ethnography of the Brahmin Caste and The History of the
Conspiracy of Pontiac
The Calm Before The Storm: Laboring through Mardi
"The Willing Captive": Narrative Seduction and the Ideology of Love in
Hawthorne's A Wonder Book for Girls and Boys
Up to Haven's Gate, Down in Earth's Dust: The Politics of Judgement in Uncle
Tom's Cabin
Masculinity and Transgression in Robert Frost
Parataxis and Narrative: The New Sentence in Theory and Practice
On Revising the Health Anthology of American Literature
Why Use Anthologies? Or One Small Candle Alight in a Naughty World
Anthologizing the Situation of American Literature
The Problem of Anthologies, or Making the Dead Wince
Seated amid the Rainbow: Teaching American Writings to 1800
Asian/Pacific American Literature in the Classroom
Teaching Comparative Literature of the Unites States and Spanish America
North of the Border: Whose Postnationalism?
Oroonoko's Gendered Economies of Honor/Horror: Reframing Colonial
Discourse Studies in the Americas
Race and Sensibility in the Early Republic: Ann Eliza Bleecker and Sarah
Wentworth Morton
Masculinity and Self-Performance in the Life of Black Hawk
White Slaves: The Mulatto Hero in Antebellum Fiction
Radical Configurations of History in the Era of American Slavery
The Queen of America Goes to Washington City: Harriet Jacobs, Frances
Harper, and Anita Hill
Sex, Wit, and Sentiment: Frances Osgood and the Poetry of Love
George Thompson's "Romance of the Real": Transgression and Taboo in
American Sensation Fiction
Re-Creating Walden: Thoreau's Economy of Work and Play
Whitman and the Erotics of Lyric
Jewett and Swedenborg
Doing the Fathers: Gertude Stein on U. S. Grant in Four in America
Response and Call: The African American Dialogue with Bakhtin
Melville Climbs The Canon
Lovers of Human Flesh: Homosexuality and Cannibalism in Melville's Novels
The Eden of Saddle Meadows: Landscape and Ideology in Pierre
Melville's Handsome Sailor: The Anxiety of Innocence
The Moby-Dick White Elephant
Herman Melville, Wife Beating, and the Written Page
A Zuni Raconteur Dons the Junco Shirt: Gender and Narrative Style in the Story
of Coyote and Junco
Amorous Bondage: Poe, Ladies, and Slaves
Poetry and Progress: Thoreau, Lyell, and the Geological Principles of A Week
"Alien Hands": Kate Chopin and the Colonization of Race

Author
Stephen P. Knadler
Cindy Weinstein
Lesley Ginsberg
Joshua D. Bellin
James R. Dawes
Bob Perelman
Paul Lauter
Martha Banta
Jay Fliegelman
Kenneth Warren
Carla Mulford
Stephen H. Sumida
Bell Chevigny
Robert K. Martin
Stephanie Athey and Daniel Cooper Alarcon
Julie Ellison
Timothy Sweet
Nancy Bentley
Russ Castronovo
Lauren Berlant
Joanne Dobson
Christopher Looby
William Gleason
Onno Oerlemans
Josephine Donovan
Neil Schmitz
Dale E. Peterson
Paul Lauter
Caleb Crain
Samuel Otter
Nancy Ruttenburg
Julian Markels
Elizabeth Renker
Siobhan Senier
Joan Dayan
William Rossi
Michelel A. Birnbaum

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Date

September 1994

December 1994

March 1995

June 1995

September 1995

Issue Number

Number 3

Number 4

Number 1

Number 2

Number 3

Article Title
"When You Wish Upon a Star": Fantasy, Experience, and Mass Culture in
Nathanael West
Mistress Bradstreet and Mr.Berryman: The Ultimate Seduction
Alien Nation: Edgar Huntly's Savage Awakening
Penn's Elm and Edgar Huntly: Dark "Instruction to Heart"
Emerson's "Domestic and Social Experiments": Service, Slavery and the Unhired
Man

Author
Rita Barnard
Luke Spencer
Jared Gardner
Sydney J. Kruse
Barbara Ryan

Deciphering Eliot: "Rhapsody on a Windy Night" and the Dialectic of the Cipher
"The Direction of the Howling": Nationalism and the Color LiNE IN Absalom,
Absalom!
James Merrill, Sylvia Plath, and the Poetics of Ouija
"We Murder Who We Were": Jasmine and the Violence of Identity
Catharine Sedgwick's "Recital" of the Pequot War
"The Life Apart": Text and Contextes of Edith Wharton's Love Diary
Willa Cather and "The Storyteller": Hostility to the Novel in My Antonia
Katherine Anne Porter's "Reflections on Willa Cather": A Duplicitous Homage
Projecting Gender: Personification in the Works of Zora Neale Hurston
Harriet Jacobs's Family History
Introduction
What Happens When We Put the Left at the Center?
Reconceiving Nineteenth-Centry American Literature: The Challenge of Women
Writers
On Sub -Versive Signifiers: U.S. Latina/o Writers Tropicalize English

Murray McArthur

Centers Without Margins: Responses to Centrism in Asian American Literature
The Nightway Questions American Literature
A Circumstantial Account; or, The Rake's Design: Robert Bolling's Epistolary
Novel
Mark Twain and Homosexuality
"Congested Mails": Buck and Jack's "Call"
Performance Art: Jake Barnes and "Masculine" Signification in The Sun Also
Rises
Wallace Stevens and the Poetics of National Insurance
The Erotics of Talk: "That OLDEST Human Longing" in Their Eyes Were
Watching God
Travel Writing and the Metropolis: James, London, and English Hours
Wheatley's Turns of Praise: Heroic Entrapment and the Paradox of Revolution
Modern Chivalry and the Resistance to Textual Authority

Stephen H. Sumida
Kenneth Roemer

An Epic with a Difference: Sexual Politics in Gwendolyn Brooks's "The Anniad"
Noctography: Representing Race in William Prescott's History of the Conquest of
Mexico
Snapshots of the Absolute: Mediamachia in Let Us Now Praise Famous Men
Race, Power, and Cultural Politics in Johon Okada's No-No Boy
Excavating Genre in Our Nig

Ann Folwell Stanford

Barbara Ladd
Helen Sword
Kristin Carter-Sanborn
Philip Gould
Kenneth M. Price and Phyllis McBride
Richard H. Millington
Janis P. Stout
Gordon E. Thomson
Jean Fagan Yellin
Elaine Hedges
Cary Nelson
Carolyn L. Karcher
Frances R. Aparicio

Susan Stabile
Andrew Jay Hoffman
Jonathan Auerbach
Ira Elliott
Joseph Harrington
Carla Kaplan
Brigitte Bailey
Carla Willard
Grantland S. Rice

Eric Wertheimer
Peter Cosgrove
Jinqi Ling
Julia Stern

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Date

Issue Number

Article Title
Bawdy Talk: The Politics of Women's Public Speech in The Lecturess and the
Bostonians
Mixed Messages: Authority and Authorship in Mourning Dove's Cogewea, The
Half-Blood: A Depiction of the Great Montana Cattle Range
A Combat with the Past: Robert Penn Warren on Race and Slavery
Updike Ignored: The Contemporary Independent Critic
Caught in the Web: Latinidad, AIDS, and Allegory in Kiss of the Spider Woman,
the Musical

December 1995

March 1996

June 1996

Number 4

Number 1

Number 2

Author
Caroline Levander
Susan K. Bernardin
Forrest G. Robinson
James A. Schiff
David Roman and Alberto Sandoval

Colonial Domesticity: White Women and United States Rule in the Philippines

Vicente L. Rafael

"HOO, HOO, HOO": Some Episodes in the Construction of Modern Whiteness
Writing Realism, Policing Consciousness Howells and the Black Body
Outsiders and Greenhorns: Cristopher Newman in the Old World, David
Levinsky in the New
Jean Toomer's Sparta
Cross-Cultural Reading and Generic Transformations: The Chronotype of the
Road in Erdrich's Love Medicine
Introduction

Rachel Blau DuPlessis
Henry B. Wonham

Nationalism and Internationalism: Domestic Differences in a Postcolonial World
"A Receptacle for that Race of Men": Blood, Boundaries, and Mutations
Chicano Culture Reclaiming Our America: Coyotes at the Border
Cognition as a Category of Literary Analysis
Invisible Domain: Religion and American Literary Studies
What Work Is There for Us to Do? American Literary Studies or Americas
Cultural Studies
Perface
Books and Silence
f-Words: An Essay on the Essay
Alice Walker's The Temple of My Familiar as Pastiche
Art Spiegelman's Maus: Graphic Art and the Holocaust
Food, Sex, and Betrayal
Resevation Home Movies: Sherman Alexie's Poetry
Nothing Left to Lose: Housekeeping's Strange Freedoms
Resignifying Autobiography: Lyn Hejinian's My Life
"Standing at the Corner of Walk and Don't Walk": Vintage Contemporaries,
Bright Lights, Big City, and the Problems of Between-ness
Heart's Blood
"How to Live. What to Do.": The Poetics and Politics of AIDS
Christian Violence and the Slave Narrative
Thoreau's Urban Imagination
Dickinson, Performance, and the Homoertic Lyric
Unraveling Regions, Unsettling Periods: Sarah Orne Jewett and American
Literary History
Twenties Fiction, Mass Culture, and the Modern Subject

Lora Romero
Joan Dayan
Rafael Pérez-Torres
Wai Chee Dimock
Jenny Franchot

Donald Weber
Barbara Foley
Barbara L. Pittman
Eric J. Sundquist

Eric Cheyfitz
Sharon O'Brien
Jonathan Strong
Rachel Blau DuPlessis
Bonnie Braendin
Thomas Doherty
Miriam Levine
Jennifer Gillan
Christine Caver
Juliana Spahr
Stephanie Girard
Robert Olmstead
Deborah Landau
SallyAnn H. Ferguson
Robert Fanuzzi
Sandra Runzo
June Howard
Chip Rhodes

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Magazine Title

Date

September 1996

Issue Number

Number 3

Article Title
Feeling "Half-Feminine": Modernism and the Politics of Emotion in The Great
Gatsby
History and the Ugly Facts of Cormac McCarthy's Blood Meridian
Conquest and Recovery in Early Writings from America
The Lexicon of Rights, Power, and Community in Blake: Martin R. Delany's
Dissent from Dred Scott
Benevolent Maternalism and Physically

Author
Frances Kerr
Dana Philips
Lazer Ziff
Gregg D. Crane
Rosemarie

Disabled Figures: Dilemmas of Female Embodiment in Stowe, Davis and Phelps Garland Thomson

March 1997

June 1997

September 1997

December 1997

Number 1

Number 2

Number 3

Number 4

Children of Legba: Musicians at the Crossroads in Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man
Hero with Two Faces: The Lone Ranger as Treaty Discourse
Perface
Affect Genealogy: Feeling and Affiliation in Willa Cather
"Single White Female": The Sexual Politics of Spinsterhood in Harriet Beecher
Stowe's Oldtown Folks
The Boston Marriage as the Future of the Nation: Queerly Regional Sexuality in
Diana Victrix

Thomas F. Marvin
Chadwick Allen
Michael Moon
Christopher Nealon

Getting into It with James: Substitution and Erotic Reversal in The Awkward Age
Passing through the Closet in Pauline E. Hopkin's Contending Forces
Obscence Modernism: Eros Noir and the Profane IIIumination of Djuna Barnes
Reclaming Sentimental Literature
Reading with the Other: Hermeneutics and the Politics of Difference in Stowe's
Dred
Hand-Writing: Legibility and the White Body in Running a Thousand Miles for
Freedom
Billy Budd and Capital Punishement: A Tale of Three Centuries
The Architecture of Ethnicity in Chicano Literature
An American Faust
Indian Literacy, U.S. Colonialism, and Literary Criticism
The Helen Jewett Panic: Tabloids, Men, and the Sensational Public Sphere in
Antebellum New York
The Haunting of White Manhood: Poe, Fraternal Ritual, and Polygenesis
The Threshold Poem, Emerson, and "The Sphinx"
"She war a woman": Family Roles, Gender, and Sexuality in Bret Harte's
Western Fiction
Administered Identities and Linguistic Assimilation: The Politics of Immigrant
English in Anzia Yezierska's Hungry Hearts
Creole Identities in Colonial Space: The Narratives of Mary White Rowlandson
and Francisco Nunez Pineda y Bascunan
Plagiarism and the Proprietary Self: Policing the Boundariers of Authorship in
Herman Melville's "Hawthorne and His Mosses"
Compromising Politics and Herman Melville's Pierre
"De Genewine Artekil": William Wells Brown, Blackface Minstrelsy, and
Abolitionism

Michael Trask
Siobhan Somerville
Dianne Chisholm
Joanne Dobson

Kathryn R. Kent
Kate McCullough

Gail K. Smith
Lindon Barrett
H. Bruce Franklin
Monika Kaup
Susan Stewart
Maureen Konkle
David Anthony
Dana D. Nelson
Saundra Morris
J. David Stevens
Delia Caparoso Konzett
Ralph Bauer
Ellen Weinauer
Nicola Nixon
Paul Gilmore

Magazine Collection List
Magazine Title

Date

March 1998

June 1998

September 1998

December 1998

March 1999

June 1999

Issue Number

Number 1

Number 2

Number 3

Number 4

Number 1

Number 2

Article Title

Author

"The Corporeity of Heaven": Rehabilitating the Civil War Body in The Gates Ajar
"White Slaves" and the "Arrogant Mestiza": Reconfiguring Whiteness in The
Squatter and the Don and Ramona
"Perverse Nature": Edgar Huntly and the Novel's Reproductive Disorders
Mark Twain and Mary Baker Eddy: Gendering the Transpersonal Subject
Photographic Relations: Laura Gilpin, Willa Cather
"An Essay on Virginia": William Carlos Williams and the Modern(ist) Essay
Writing from the Right during the "Red Decade": Thomas Dixon's Attack on W.
E. B. DuBois and James Weldon Johnson in The Flaming Sword
Chicano Ethnicity, Cultural Hybridity, and the Mestizo Voice

Lisa A. Long

The Accustomed Signs of the Family: Rereading Genealogy in Melville's Pierre
Stephen Crane's Struggle with Romance in The Third World
The Nervous Origins of the American Western
"And Rescue Us from Ourselves": Becoming Someone in Jack London's The
Sea-Wolf
Disowning "Personality": Privacy and SuBJECTIVITY IN The House of Mirth
"Making Generations" in Jacobs, Larsen, and Hurston, Agenealogy of Black
Women's Writing
Perface
Circling the Sphers: A Dialogue
"My Sister! My Sister": The Rhetoric of Catharine Sedgwick's Hope Leslie
Sex, Class, and "Category Crisis": Reading Jewett's Transitivity
Contradictory Impulses: Maria Ampara Ruiz de Burton, Resistance Theory, and
the Politics of chicano/a Studies
Manifest Domesticity
Native Daughters in the Promised Land: Gender, Race, and the question of
Separate Spheres
Poor Eliza
Revising the Script: Emily Dickinson's Manuscripts
Faulkner and the Politics of Incest
Spectacle and Event in Native Son
The Canon in the Closet: Matthiessen's Whitman, Whithman's Matthiessen
"The Strange Particularity of the Lover's Preference": Pedophilia, Pornography,
and the Anatomy of Monstrosity in Lolita
Honeymoon with a Stranger: Pedophiliac Picaresques from Poe to Nabokov
The Body into Print: Marketing Phillis Wheatley
Margaret Fuller, Body and Soul
"Our Country's Black and White Past": Film and the Figures of History in Frank
O'Hara
Blood (and) Memory
The Contapuntal Geographies of Woman Hillering Creek and Other Stories
Toni Morrison's Jazz and the Racial Dreams of the American Writer
"The Country of Our Friendship": Jewett's Intimist Art
The Spoils of Poynton and the Properties of Touch

Jennifer DiLalla Torner
Paul Sorrentino
Barbara Will

David Luis-Brown
Dana Luciano
Cynthia D. Schrager
Jonathan Goldberg
Ned Stuckey-French
Lawrence J. Oliver
Rafael Pérez-Torres

Lee Clark Mitchell
William E. Moddelmog
Patricia Felisa Barbeito
Cathy N. Davidson
Lawrence Buell
Judith Fetterley
Marjorie Pryse
José F. Aranda, Jr.
Amy Kaplan
You-me Park and Gayle Wald
Lauren Berlant
Domhnall Mitchell
Karl F. Zender
Jonathan Elmer
Jay Grossman
Frederick Whiting
Elizabeth Freeman
Kirsti Wilcox
Cynthia J. Davis
Mark Goble
Chadwick Allen
Mary Pat Brady
Michael Nowlin
Laurie Shannon
Thomas J. Otten

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Date

September 1992

December 1999

March 2000

June 2000

September 2000

Issue Number

Number 3

Number 4

Number 1

Number 2

Number 3

Article Title
"Something Forgotten Which Should Have Been Remembered": Private
Property and Cross-Racial Solidarity in the Work of Hisaye Yamamoto
The "Then Some Inbetween": Alice Fulton's Feminist Experimentalism
The Luddite Vision: Mason & Dixon
Economy, Ecology, and Utopia in Early Colonial Promotional Literature
Class Acts: The Astor Place Riots and Melville's "The Two Temples"
Heir of Properirty: Inheritance, "The Impressions of a Cousin," and the
Proprietary Vision of Henry Jamed
Visual and Theatrical Culture, Tenement Fiction, and the Immigrant Subject in
Abraham Cahan's Yekl
Nobody's Renown: Plagiarism and Publicity in the Career of Jack London
"A Mixture of Delicious and Freak": The Queer Fiction of Carson McCullers
Judging Jurisdiction:Geography and Race in Slave Law and Literature of the
1830s
Louisa May Alcott's Queer Geniuses
Killing Them Softly: Childbed Fever and the Novel
Talking Horros: James, Euphemism, and the Specter of Wilde
Lifting Bellies, Filling Petunias, and Making Meanings through the trans- Poetic
"Strange Prophecies Anew": Rethinking the Politics of Matter and Spirit in
Ginsberg's Kaddish
Libertinism and Authorship in America's Early Republic
The Dutchman in the Attic: Claiming an Inheritance in The Sketch Book of
Geoffrey Crayon
Becoming Longfellow: Work, Manhood, and Poetry
From Wall Street to Astor Place: Historicizing Melville's "Bartleby"
"I Want a Real Coon": Mark Twain and Late-Nineteenth-Century Ethnic
Caricature
Naturalism's Nation: Toward An American Tragedy
Preface
James Weldon Johnson and the Autobiagraphy of an Ex-Colored Musician
Jean Toomer's Cane: Self as Montage and the Drive toward Integration
W. E. B. DuBois's Family Crisis
The Birth of the Critic: The Literary Friendship of Ralph Ellison and Richard
Wright
Langston Huges and the "Nonsense" of Bebop
The Geography of the Apocalypse: Incest, Mythology, and the Fall of Washington
City in Carolivia Herron's Thereafter Johnnie
Dr. Gonzo's Carnival: The Testimonial Satires of Oscar Zeta Acosta
Melville's Subversive Political Philosophy: "Benito Cereno" and the Fate of
Speech
Exporting Christian Transcendentalism, Importing Hawaiian Sugar: The TransAmericanization of Hawai'i
Parricide of Memory: Thomas Jefferson's Memoir and the French Revolution
"I-Pay-in Satin Cash-": Commerce, Gender, and Display in Emily Dickinson's
Poetry

Author
Grace Kyungwon Hong
Lynn Keller
David Cowart
Timothy Sweet
Dennis Berthold
Richard Adams
Sabine Haenni
Loren Glass
Rachel Adams
Christine Macdonald
Gustavus Stadler
Jane F. Thraikill
Neil Matheson
Susan Holbrook
Tony Trigilio
Bryce Traister
Richard V. McLamore
Matthew Gartner
Barbara Foley
Henry B. Wonham
Joseph Karaganis
Houston A. Baker Jr.
Cristina L. Ruotolo
Joel B. Peckham
Daylanne English
Lawrence P. Jackson
John Lowney
Arlene R. Keizer
Michael Hames-Garcia
Maurice S. Lee
Rob Wilson
Jennifer T. Kennedy
Peter Stoneley

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Date

March 2001

June 2001

September 2001

December 2001

March 2002

Issue Number

Number 1

Number 2

Number 3

Number 4

Number 1

Article Title
Agnostic Tensions in Hawthorne's Short Stories
A Soliloquy "Lately Spoken at the African Theatre": Race and the Public Sphere
in New York City, 1821
American Imperialism UnManifest: Emerson's "Inquest" and Cultural
Regeneration
Intimate Nationality: Anonymity and Attachement in Whitman
Fictions of the Panopticon: Prison, Utopia, and the Out-Penitent in the Workd of
Nathaniel Hawthorne
Of Me and of Mine': The Music of Racial Identity in Whitman and Lanier, Dvorak
and DuBois
Preface
"Eye-Witness to the Cruelty": Southern Violence and Northern Testimony in
Frederick Douglass's 1845 Narrative
The "Mysteries and Miseries" of North Carolina: New York City, Urban Gothic
Fiction, and Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl
Charles Chesnutt and the Epistemology of Racial Violence
The Body against Itself in Faulkner's Phenomenology of Race
Sidney Poitier's Civil Rights: Rewriting the Mustique of White Womanhood in
Guess Who's Coming to Dinner and In the Heat of the Night
Refugees of the South: Central Americans in the U.S. Latino Imaginary
Charles Brockden Brow's Biloquial Nation: National Culture and White Settler
Colonialism in Memoirs of Carwin the Biloquist
Debating Manliness: Thomas Wentworth Higginson, William Sloane Kennedy,
and the Question of Whitman
Down on All Fours: Atavistic Perversions and the Science of Desire from Frank
Norris to Djuna Barnes
"Some Trashy Myth of Reality's Escape": Romance, History, and Film Viewing in
Absalom, Absalom!
Bear, Outlaw, and Storyteller: American Frontier Mythology and the Ethnic
Subjectivity of N. Scott Momaday
"Nature's Nation" Revisted: Citizenship and the Subline in Thomas Jefferson's
Notes on the State of Virginia
"Truth Stronger and Stranger than Fiction": Reexamining William Lloyd
Garrison's Liberator
The "Nous" of Southern Catholic Quadroons: Racial, Ethnic, and Religious
Identity in Les Cenelles
Narrative Reversals and Power Exchanges: Frederick Douglass and British
Culture
Flooded: The Excesses of Geography, Gender, and Capitalism in Faulkner's If I
Forget Thee, Jerusalem
Crossing Harpers Ferry: Liberal Education and John Brown's Corpus
Filibustering Cuba: Cecilia Valdéz and a Memory of Nation in the Americas
Restaging the Racial Contract: James Weldon Johnson's Signatory Strategies
"Drak Spot" in the Picturesque: The Aesthetics of Polygenism and Henry
James's "A Landscape-Painter"
The Reading Habit and "The Yellow Wallpaper"

Author
Bill Christophersen
Michael Warner, et al.
Jenine Abboushi Dallal
Peter Coviello
E. Shaskan Bumas
Jack Kerkering
Houston A. Baker Jr. And Dana D. Nelson
Jeannine DeLombard
Jennifer Rae Greeson
Bryan Wagner
Laura Doyle
Andrea Levine
Ana Patricia Rodriguez
David Kazanjiian
Robert K. Nelson and Kenneth M. Price
Dana Seitler
Peter Lurie
Jason W. Stevens
Matthew Cordova Frankel
Augusta Rohrbach
Thomas F. Haddox
Paul Giles
Cynthia Dobbs
Evan Carton
Rodrigo Lazo
Jennifer L. Schulz
Kendall Johnson
Barbara Hochman

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Date
June 2002

September 2002

December 2002

March 2003

June 2003

Issue Number
Number 2

Number 3

Number 4

Number 1

Number 2

Article Title
The Wandering Bachelor: Irving, Masculinity, and Authorship
Home on the Train: Race and Mobility in The Life and Adventures of Nat Love
Family Embraces: The Unholy Kiss and Authorial Relations in the Wide, Wide
World
"Then Began He to Rant and Threaten": Indian Malice and Individual Liberty in
Mary Rowlandson's Captivity Narrative
Bodies in Labor: Sole Proprietorship and the Labor of Conduct in The Coquette
Textual Sentimentalism: Incest and Authorship in Pierre
"Indelicate Exposure": Sentiment and Law
in Fall River: An Authentic Narrative
The Verdict from the Porch: Zora Neale Hurston and Reparative Justice
Ezra Pound's Whister
How the West Was One: American Modernism's Song of Itself
George Oppen's"'I've Seen America' Book": Discrete Series and the Thirties
Road Narrative
"A Foul Lump Startes Making Promises in My Voice": Race, Affect, and the
Animated Subject
"A New Era in Female History": Nineteenth-Century U.S. Women Writers
Some Versions of the Cold War
Preface
American Literary Realism and Nervous "Reflexion"
Toxins, Drugs, and Global Systems: Risk and Narrative in the Contemporary
Novel
Saving the Subject: Remediation in House of Leaves
Convergence of the Two Cultures: A Geek's Guide to Contemporary Literature
Computing: What's American Literary Study Got to Do with IT?
Intimate Publics: Race, Property, and Personhood
Jurassic Park Technology in the Bioinformatics Economy: How Cloning
Narratives Negotiate the Telos of DNA
Non-Newtonian Time: Robert Lowell, Roman History, Vietnam War
Victory of LAW: Melville and Reconstruction
"Carry[ing] a Yankee Girl to Glory": Redefining Female Authorship in the
Postbellum United States
Frank Norris, Market Panic, and the Mesmeric Sublime
Rethinking Authorship: Jack London and the Motion Picture Industry
Ethnic Plotting: Henry Harland and the Jewish Writer
The Race Question and the "Question of the Home": Revisting the Lynching Plot
in Jean Toomer's Cane
The Man That Was Used Up: Poetry, Particularity, and the Politics of
Remembering George Washington
The Enclosure of America: Civilization and Confinement in Willa Cather's O
Pioneers!
"Every One to His Trade": Mardi, Literary Form, and Professional Ideology
"Spending for Vast Returns": Sex, Class, and Commerce in the First leaves of
Grass

Author
Bryce Traister
Susan Scheckel
Jana Argersinger
Pamela Lougheed
C. Leiren Mower
Gillian Silverman
Jeanne Elders
DeWaard
Philip Joseph
Rebecca Beasley
Celena Kusch
Rocco Marinaccio
Sianne Ngai
Sharon Harris
John Whalen-Bridge
Wai Chee Dimock and Priscilla Wald
Randall Knoper
Ursula Heise
N. Katherine Hayles
Jay Clayton
Martha Nell Smith
Robyn Wiegman
Stephanie Turner
Wai chee Dimock
Deak Nabers
Naomi Z. Sofer
David A. Zimmerman
Marsha Orgeron
Stephanie Foote
Susan Edmunds
Max Cavitch
Melissa Ryan
John Evelev
Andrew Lawson

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A Queer Form of Trauma: Lesbian Epistolarity in Either Is Love
Aunt Sue's Children: Re-viewing the Gender(ed) Politics of Richard Wright's
Radicalism
Captaine Smith, Colonial Novelist
Thoreau's Natural Community and Utopian Socialism
The Plow and the Pen: The Pioneering Adventures of Oscar Micheaux
"Fragmentary and Inconclusive" Violence: National History and Literary Form in
The Professor's House
"The Truth about Us": Pastoral, Pragmatism, and Paterson
Lolita in History

Dona Yarbrough

Fictions of American Perhistory: Indians, Archeology, and National Origin Myths
Coyote Comes to the Norton: Indigenous Oral Narrative and American Literary
History
Absolute Poe: His System of Transcendental Racism
Puritan Realisù: The Wide, Wide World and Robinson Crusoe
Slippery Language and False Dilemmas: The Passing Novels of Child, Howells,
and Harper
Elizabeth Bishop and Containment Policy
Periodizing Authorship, Characterizing Genre: Catharine Maria Sedgwick's
Benevolent Literacy Narratives
Margaret Fuller's American Translation
Melville and the Architecture of Antebellum Masculinity
Protest and Affirmation: Composite Texts in the Crisis
Gertrude Stein's Brain Work
Misreading The House of Mirth
"Let Her White Progeny Offset Her Dark One": The Child and the Racial Politics
of Nation Making
The Specter of Wall Street:"Bartleby, the Scrivener" and the Language of
Commodities

Annette Kolodny

"The Housetop Sea": Cityscape Verse and the Rise of Modern American Poetry
Engineering Womanhood: The Politics of Rejuvenation in Gertrude Atherton's
Black Oxen
Coming Out through History's Hidden Love Letters in Absalom, Absalom!
Howl and Other Poems: Is There Old Left in These New Beats?
Preface: A "Hive of Subtlety": Aesthetics and the End(s) of Cultural Studies
Fictional Feeling: Philosophy, Cognitive Science, and the American Gothic
Romantic Electricity, or the Materiality of Aesthetics
Sentimental Aesthetics
Aesthetics at the Limits of the Nation: Kant, Pund, and the Saturday Review
Mourning the Promised Land: Martin Luther King Jr. 's Automortography and the
National Civil Rights Museum
Camp Messianism, or, the Hopes of Poetry in Late-Late Capitalism
Anniversaries and "Whispering Ambitions": American Literature at 75
On to he Centennial

John Timberman Newcomb

Cheryl Higashida
Ed White
Lance Newman
Blake Allmendigner
Sarah Wilson
Ann Mikkelsen
Susan Mizruchi

Michael A. Elliott
Maurice S. Lee
Sharon Kim
Julie Cary Nerad
Steven Gould Axelord
Sarah Robbins
Colleen Glenney Boggs
Sarah Wilson
Anne Carroll
Maria Farland
Amy L. Blair
Caroline Levander
Naomi C. Reed

Julie Prebel
Norman W.Jones
Ben Lee
Christopher Castiglia and Russ Castronovo
James Dawes
Paul Gilmore
Elizabeth Maddock Dillon
Wai Chee Dimock
Thomas H. Kane
Christopher Nealon
Houston A. Baker Jr. And Priscilla Wald
Louis J. Budd

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"No! In Thunder"
Turning from the National to Multilingual
Federalist Criticism and the Fate of Genius
Banking on Emotion: Financial Panic and the Logic of Male Submission in the
Jacksonian Gothic
"The Public Heart": Urban Life and the Politics of Sympathy in Lydia Maria
Child's Letters from New York
The Cultural Logic of Euthanasia: "Sad Fancyings" in Herman Melville's
"Bartleby"
"Prismatic and Profitable": Commerce and the Corporate Person in James's
"The Jolly Corner"
"A Plea for Color": Nella Larsen's Iconography of the Mulatta
Preface Erasing the Commas: RaceGenderClassSexualityRegion
Charles Fuller's Southern Specter and the Geography of Black Masculinity
"It Spoke Itself":Women's Genius and Eccentric Politics
Tender Revisions: Harryette Mullen's Trimmings and S*PeRM**K*T
Nameless Outrages: Narrative Authority, Rape Rhetoric, and the Dakota Conflict
of 1862
Emancipating the Lettered Slave: Sentiment and Slavery in Augusta Evans's St.
Elmo
Black Hairdresser and Social Critic: Eliza Potter and the Labors of Femininity
Whence Come You, Queequeg?
Stealing Time: Poe's Confidence Men and the "Rush of the Age"
Copyrighting American History: International Copyright and the Periodization of
the Nineteenth Century
Elegies for the Hay market Anarchists
Undercover: White Ethnicity and Police Exposé in the 1970s
Deeper Blues, or the Posthuman Prometheus: Cybernetic Renewal and the LateTwentieth-Century American Novel
"To Explain Grace Requires a Curious Hand": Marianne Moore's Interdisciplinary
Digressions

Cathy N. Davidson
Michael Moon
Edward Cahill

The Poetics of Peripheralization: Faulkner and the Question of the Postcolonial
Resonant Presence: Legal Narratives and Literary Space in the Poetry of Early
Chinese Immigrants
A Bridge of Difference: Sherman Alexie and the Politics of Mourning
Conjuring the Mysteries of Slavery: Voodoo, Fetishism, and Stereotype in
Ishmael Reed's Flight to Canada
John Barth's Occasional Writing: The Institutional Construction of
Postmodernism in The Friday Book
Roundtable: American Literature at Seventy-five
"Wonderful Apparatus," or Life of an American Fireman
Hunger for the Literal: Writing and Industrial Change in Elizabeth Stoddard's The
Morgesons
Evolution, Cosmopolitanism, and Emerson's Antislavery Politics

Hosam Aboul-Ela

David Anthony
Heather Roberts
Rosemarie Garland-Thomson
Nicola Nixon
Cherene Sherrard-Johnson
Margo Crawford
Riché Richardson
Victoria Olwell
Deborah Mix
Janet Dean
Elizabeth Trubey
Xiomara Santamarina
Geoff Sanborn
Clayton Marsh
Claudia Stokes
Kristin Boudreau
Christopher P. Wilson
D. Quentin Miller
Srikanth Reddy

Peter Kvidera
Laura Arnold Leibman
Glenda R. Carpio
Daniel Punday
Jonathan Auerbach
Christopher Hager
Ian Finseth

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Hildegard Hoeller

The Treacherous Body: Isolation, Confession, and Community in James Baldwin
A Queer Nomadology of jessica Hagedorn's Dogeaters
Disseminating Common Sense: Thomas Paine and the Problem of the Early
National Bestseller
The Morgesons, Aesthetic Predicaments, and the Competitive Logic of the
Market Economy
Reading Craddock, Reading Murfree: Local Color, Authenticity, and Geographies
of Reception
Material Resistance and the Agency of the Body in Ann Petry's The Street

Peter Kerry Powers
Victor Mendoza

The Opacity of Everday Life: Segregation and the Iconicity of Uplift in The Street
What The Bluest Eye Knows about Them: Culture, Race, Identity
Review Essay: Poetry, Prose, and Politics: Perspectives on Works by Haki
Madhubuti
Emerson and Incarceration
Matthiessen's Public Privates: Homosexual Expression and the Aesthetics of
Sexual Inversion
Invisible Labor: Puritan Servitude and the Demonic Possession of Elizabeth
Knapp

Meg Wesling
Christopher Douglas

F. Scott Fitzgerald, Modernist Studies, and the Fin-de-Siécle Crisis in Masculinity
Law, Seduction, and the Sentimental Heroine: The Case of Amelia Norman
"The War Cut Out My Tongue": Domestic Violence Foreign Wars, and
Translation in Demetria Martinez
The Barbarous Voice of Democracy: American Captivity in Barbary and the
Multicultural Specter
How the Irish Became Japanese: Winnifred Eaton's Racial Reconstructions in a
Transnational Context
Revising the Human: Silence, Being, and the Question of the Animal in
Nightwood
Resistance, Silence, and Placées: Charles Bon's Octoroon Mistress and Louisa
Picquet
Gwendolyn Brooks, Ebony, and Postwar Race Relations
Resisting the Cultural "Steamroller": Susan Wheeler's Source Codes
"A" for Atlantic: The Colonizing Force of Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter
Affective Gerographies: Sojourner Truth's Narrative, Feminism, and the Ethical
Bind of Sentimentalism
Getting the Picture: American Corporate Advertising and the Rise of a
Cosmopolitan Visual Culture in the Ambassadors
"Out of Joint": Passing, Haunting, and the Time of Slavery in Hagar's Daughter
Aesthetics, Politics, Homosexuality: F. O. Matthiessen and the Tragedy of the
American Scholar

Greg Forter
Andrea Hibbard and John Parry

Trish Loughran
Ayse Celikko
Emily Satterwhite
William Scott

Heather Russell Andrede
Caleb Smith
Travis M. Foster
Elisabeth Ceppi

Laura Lomas
Jacob Rama Berman
Gretchen Murphy
Carrie Rohman
Stephanie Li
Marsha Bryant
Lynn Keller
Laura Doyle
Naomi Greyser
June Hee Chung
Mikko Tuhkanen
Randall Fuller

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The Morality of Aesthetic Action: Elizabeth Bishop, Randall Jarrell, and the
Politics of Poetry
Zachariah Pickard
Negotiating Peace, Negotiating Literacies: A French-Iroquois Encounter and the
Making of Early American Literature
Birgit Brander Rasmussen
Land Claims, Natives, and Nativism: Susan Fenimore Cooper's Fealty to Place
Queer Haunting Spaces: Madeline Yale Wynne's "The Little Room" and Elia
Wilkinson Peattie's "The House That Was Not"
A Lost Art of Work: The Arts and Crafts Movement in Carl Sanburg's Chicago
Poems
"Rubbed and Polished": Reflecting on Zora Neale Hurston's "The Conscience of
the Court"
Black Ground, Gay Figure: Working through Another Country, Black Power, and
Gay Liberation
Democratic Representations: Puffery and the Antebellum Print Explosion
Sensationalizing Patriotism: Sutton Griggs and the Sentimental Nationalism of
Citizen Tom
Little Brothers of the Rich : Queer Families in the Gilded Age
Edith Wharton's Alchemy of Publicity
The (Extended) South of Black Flok: Intraregional and Transnational Migrant
Labor in Jonah's Gourd Vine and Their Eyes Were Watching God
Frank O'Hara Nude with Bootd: Queer Ekphrasis and the Statuesque Poet
Review Essay: Poetry Criticism after the Narrative Turn
The Republican Mammy? Imagining Civic Engagement in Dred
The Siamese Twins in Late-Nineteenth-Century Narratives of Conflict and
Reconciliation
The Sounds of Black Laughter and the Harlem Renaissance: Claude McKay,
Sterling Brown, Langston Hughes
Modernism's Risky Business: Gertrude Stein, Sylvia Beach, and American
Consumer Capitalism
The Anti-corrido of George Washington Comez: A Narrative of Emergent Subject
Formation
Hybridity, Identity, and Representation in La Mollie and the King of Tears
Benjamin Franklin and the Limits if Secular Civil Society
Consuming George Thompson
The Unsentimental Woman Preacher of Uncle Tom's Cabin
Toward a Definition of Caribbean American Regionalism: Contesting AngloAmerica's Caribbean Designs in Mary Seacole and Sui Sin Far
Within and without Raced Nations: Intratextuality, Martin Delany, and Blake; or
the Huts of America
Distrusting: Marianne Moore on Feeling and War in the 1940s
In the "Training Center of the Skillful Servants of Mankind": Carlos Bulosan's
Professional Filipinos in an Age of Benevolent Supremacy
Self-Abasement and Rrepublican Insecurity: Paul Fane in Its Political Context
Scared Geographies: Religion and Race in Women's Holy Land Writings
"Object into Subject": Michelle Cliff, John Ruskin, and the Terrors of Visual Art

Stephen Germic
Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock
John Marsh
Barbara Rayan
Matt Bell
Lara Langer Cohen
Stephen Knadler
Stephanie Foote
Lorna Brittan
Martyn Bone
Brian Glavey
Tony Tost
Elizabeth Duquette
Cynthia Wu
Mike Chasar
Alissa Karl
Leif Sorensen
Megan Obourn
Nancy Glazener
David M. Stewart
Dawn Coleman
Sean X. Goudie
Katy Chiles
Cristanne Miller
Cynthia Tolentino
David Grant
Molly Robey
Wendy W. Walters

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March 2009

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Impostors of Freedom: Southern White Manhood, Hypodermic Morphine, and E.
P. Roe's Without a Home
Salvaging History: Modern Philosophies of Memory and Time in The Age of
Innocence
Signifyin(g) on Reparation in Toni Morrison's Jazz
Introduction
"Freedom with a Vengeance": Choosing Kin in Antislavery Literature and Law
Salvaging Legal Personhood: Melville's Benito Cereno

Author
Susan Zieger
Betsy Klimasmith
Marjorie Pryse
Britt Rusert and Priscilla Wald
Edlie Wong
Jeannine Marie DeLombard

Interracial Sexual Abuse and Legal Subjectivity in Antebellum Law and Literarure Andrea Stone
Fugitive Obscura: Runaway Slave Portraiture and Early Photographic
Technology
Sarah Blackwood

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Free Soil and the Abolitionist Forests of Frederick Douglass's "The Heroic Slave"
"Be Cautious of the Word 'Rebel'": Race, Revolution, and Transnational History
in Martin Delany's Blake; or, The Huts of America
Probably Poe
Whitman's Atom and the Crisis of Materiality in the Early Leaves of Grass
Reading Democratically: Pedagogies of Difference and Practices of Listening in
The House of Mirth and Passing
CUT!... Flannery O'Connor's Apotemnophiliac Allegories
Marking Time in Native America: Haiku, Elegy, Survival
Ghosts of Essentialism: Racial Memory as Epistemological Claim
The Pequot Conspirator
Mary Rowlandson's Hunger and the Historiography of Sexuality

Lance Newman

Spirits of Emulation: Readers, Samplers, and the Republican Girl, 1787-1810
The Mayor of San Juan del Norte? Nicaragua, Martin Delany, and the "Cotton"
Americans
"Geographical Morality": Place and the Problem of Patriotism in John W. De
Forest's Civil War Realism
Disappeared Men: Chicana/o Authenticity and the American War in Viet Nam
The Logic of Left Alone: The Pioneers and the Conditions of U.S. Privacy
Vagrancy and Comparative Racialization in Huckleberry Finn and "Three
Vagabonds of Trinidad"
Red Cars with Red Lights and Red Drivers: Color, Grane, and Qualia
Epistemology of the Jungle: Progressive-Era Sexuality and the Nature of the
Beast
The Visual Art of Invisible Man: Ellison's Portrait of Blackness
New Narrative and the Making of Language Poetry
Our Phillis, Ourselves
Past Presentisms: Suffering Soldiers, Benjaminian Ruins, and the Discursive
Foundations of Early U.S. Historical Novels
Heartfelt Thanks to Punch for the Picture: Frederick Douglass and the
Transnational Jokework of Slave Caricature
A Wayward Art: Battle-Pieces and Melville's Poetic Turn

William Huntting Howell

Andy Doolen
Maurice S. Lee
Mark Noble
Nick Bromell
David H. Evans
Karen Jackson Ford
John J. Su
Ed White
Jordan Alexander Stein

Jake Mattox
Stephanie LeMenager
John Alba Cutler
Jeffrey Insko
Hsuan L. Hsu
Nicholas Gaskill
Michael Lundblad
Lena M. Hill
Kaplan Page Harris
Joanna Brooks
Joseph J. Letter
Michael A. Chaney
Cody Marrs

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Colored Empires in the 1930s: Black Internationalism, the U.S. Black Press, and
George Samuel Schuyler
Richard Wright's Oneiropolitics
Dying Instruction: Puritan Pedagogy in Uncle Tom's Cabin
Contraband Singing: Poems and Songs in Circulation During the Civil War
Melville in the Customhouse Attic
Emersonian Terrorism: John Brown, Islam, and Postsecular Violence
From Sympathy to Empathy: Anzia Yezierska and the Transformation of the
American Subject
The Techme Whim: Lin Yutang and the Invention of the Chinese Typewriter
"Like a Motherless Child": Racial Education at the New York African Free School
and in My Bondage and my Freedom
Embodied Eloquence, the Sumner Assault, and the Transatlantic Cable
Hearing Lost, Hearing Found: George Washington Cable and the PhonoEthnographic Ear

Author
Etsuko Taketani
Mikko Tuhkanen
Molly Farrell
Michael C. Cohen
Christopher Hager
Michael Ziser
Ann Mikkelsen
R. John Williams
Anna Mae Duane
Christopher Hanlon
Brian Hochman

"Tendrils of Association": World War I Narrative and the U.S. Political Imaginary
The New York School of Urban Ecology: The New Yorker, Rachel Carson, and
Jane Jacobs
The End of the American Funding Model: What Comes Next?
What to the American Indian Is the Fourth of July? Moving Beyond Abolitionist
Rhetoric in William Apess's Eulogy on King Philip
Revising "Harriet Jacobs" for 1865
O Cant: Singing the Race Music of Jean Toomer's Cane
"Poets of the First Book, Writers of Promise": Beginning in the Era of the First
Book Prize
Speculative Fictions of Slavery
Serpentine Figures, Sinuous Relations: Thematic Geometry in Allison Hedge
Coke's Blood Run
Forcibly Impressed: Reform Games and the Avatar Figure in Milton Bradley and
Walt Whitman
The Limbs of Empire: Ahab, Santa Anna, and Moby-Dick
Stowe, Byron, and The Art od Scandal
Repugnant Aboriginality: LeAnne Howe's Shell Shaker and Indigenouns
Representation in the Age of Multiculturalism
State Killing, the Stage of Innocence, and the Exonerated
Organic Shrapnel: Affect and Aesthetics in September 11 Fiction
Domesticity Beyond Sentiment: Edith Wharton, Decoration, and Divorce
The Scenes of Seeing: Frances Benjamin Johnston and Visualizations of the
"Indian" in Black, White, and Native Educational Contexts
The Production of Nativity in Early Syrian Immigrant Literature

Jonathan Vincent

"Simply by Reacting?": The Sociology of Race and Invisible Man's Automata
"If You Want to Know the Truth": Fair Use, Authenticity, and J. D. Salinger
Drave Egger's What Is the Era of Misery Lit

Scott Selisker
Daniel Pecchenino
Elizabeth Twitchell

Jamin Creed Rowan
Cristopher Newfield
Drew Lopenzina
Anna Stewart
T. Austin Graham
Jesse Zuba
Madhu Dubey
Chadwick Allen
Douglas Guerra
Christopher Taylor
Susan M. Ryan
Monika Barbara Siebert
Katy Ryan
Rachel Greenwald Smith
Susan Fraiman
Tova Cooper
Swati Rana

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Frances Whipple, Elleanor Eldridge, and The Politics of Interracial Collaboration
Theorizing a Reading Public: Sentimentality and Advice about Novel Reading in
the Antebellum United States
"This Alarming Generosity": White Elephants and the Logic of the Gift
"That Friendship of the Whites": Patronage, Philanthropy, and Charles
Chesnutt's The Colonel's Dream
Displacement as Narrative Structure: Refugee Time/Space in Diana Abu-Jaber's
Arabian Jazz
On the Literary Use of Superheroes; or, Batman and Superman Fistfight in
Heaven
James Fenimore Cooper and the Invention of the Passing Novel
The Ordering Power of Disorder: Henry Adams and the Return of the Darwinian
Era
The Cakewalk of Capital in Charles Chesnutt's The Marrow of Tradition
"An Art That Won't Behave": Film and the Seven Arts, 1907-21
"He Fell Just Short of Being News": Gatsby's Tabloid Shadows
The Old Men and the "Sea of Masscult": T. S. Eliot, Ernest Hemingway, and
Middlebrow Aesthetics
John Neal, American Romance, and International Romanticism
The "Plain Facts" of Fine Paper in "The Paradise of Bachelors and the Tartarus
of Maids"
The Moccasin Telegraph: Sign-Talk Autobiography and Pretty-Shield, Medicine
Woman of the Crows
Jazz, Black Trandnationalism, and the Political Aesthetics of Langston Hughes's
Ask Your Mama
Literatures of Exile and Return: Jack Kerouac and Quebec
Contested Terrain: The Suburbs as Region
Edwin Forrest's July 4th Oration and the Specters of Provocative Eloquence
Seriality and Settlement: Southworth, Lippard, and The Panorama of the
Monumental Grandeur of the Mississippi Valley

Joycelyn Moody

"Just Like Home": Richard Wright, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and the New Deal
"Return of the Native": Sterling Brow's A Negro Looks at the South and the Work
of Signifying Ethnography
"Times When Greater Disciplines Are Born": The Zora Neale Hurston Revival
and the Neoliberal Transformation of the Caribbean
"Peculiar and Characteristic" : New Orlean's Exceptionalism from Olmsted to
Deluge
Printing Native History in David Cusick's Sketches of Ancient History of the Six
Nations
"Ain't One Limb Enough"? Historicizing Disability in the American Novel
Amoral Abolitionism: Frederick Douglass and the Environmental Case against
Slavery
Drowning (in) Kittens: The Reproduction of Girlhood in Victorian America

Susan Louise Edmunds

Jennifer L. Brady
Ross Bullen
Francesca Sawaya
Kate McCullough
Isaac Cates
Geoff Sanborn
Jennifer L. Fleissner
John Mac Kilgore
Michael Devine
Christopher P. Wilson
Thomas Gordon Perrin
Paul Gilmore
Graham Thompson
Kay Yandell
John Lowney
Hassan Melehy
Keith Wilhite
Laura L. Meilke
Melissa Gniadek

Sonnet Retman
Patricia Stuelke
Jennie Lightweis-Goff
Daniel M. Radus
Sari Altschuler
Cristin Ellis
Elizabeth Barnes

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September 2015

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Journal Of American Studies

April 2003

Number 1

Journal Of American Studies
Journal Of American Studies

April 2003
April 2003

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Journal Of American Studies

April 2003

Number 1

Journal Of American Studies

April 2003

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Journal Of American Studies

April 2003

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William Dean Howells's Deserted Wife: E. D. E. N. Southworth, A Modern
Instance, and Sentimental Divorce Narration
Ruins amidst Ruins: Black Classicism and the Empire of Slavery
Introduction: After the Postsecular
Fragile Belief: Lydia Maria Child's Hobomok and the Scene of American
Secularity
Angles in (Mexican) America
Sacred Theories of Earth: Matters of Spirit in The Soul of Things
Sacra/mentality in Djuna Barnes's Nightwood
American Afterlife: Benjaminian Messianism and Technological Redemption in
Muriel Rukeyser's The Book of the Dead
The Postsecular Turn and Muslim American Literature
"A Climate…More Prolific…in Sorcery": The Black Vampyre and the
Hemispheric Gothic
Who's Afraid of Virginia's Nat Turner? Mesmerism, Stowe, and the Terror of
Things
The Korean War, the Cold War, and the American Novel
The Literary Afterlife of the Korean War

Author
Laura H. Korobkin
John Levi Barnard
Peter Coviello and Jared Hickman
Grant Shreve
Jordan Alexander Stein
Dana Luciano
Elizabeth Freeman
Avery Slater
Danielle Haque
Katie Bray
Christina Zwarg
Steven Belletto
Joseph Darda

Ironic Institutions: Counterculture Fictions and the American Express Company
Strangely Interested: The Work of Historical Fantasy
Poetry, Recognition, and Redistribution: The September 11 Chronocanon
The Work of Friendship in Nineteenth-Centry American Friendship Album
Verses
Transatlantic Picture Stories: Experiments in the Antebellum American Comic
Strip

Merve Emre
Michael A. Elliott
Nicholas Hengen Fox

Garden Variety: Botany and Multiplicity in Harriet Beecher Stowe's Abolitionism
Louisa May Alcott's Age
"The Ache of the Actual": Pain and the Aesthetics of US Literary Realism
Pergnant Chad: Gender, Race, and the Ballot
"Be Up and Doing": Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and Poetic Labor
Conceptualisng Southern Liberalism: Ideology and the Pepper-Smathers 1950
Primary in Florida
Run-of-the-Mill Lunacy
On the Tail of the Panther: Black Power and the 1967 Convention of the National
Conference for New Politics

Mary Kuhn
Sari Edelstein
Cynthia J. Davis
Jennie A. Kassanoff
Jill Anderson

Colonel Rosecoe Conkling Simmons and the Mechanics of Black Leadership
Thomas Jefferson, Sally Hemings, and the Question of Race: An Ongoing
Debate

Andrew M. Kaye

Laura Zebuhr
Alex Beringer

Jonathan W. Bell
Jeffrey Encke
Simon Hall

Peter Nicolaisen


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