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  Volume 57, Number 4, December 2005

Table of Contents

From: American Quarterly

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Do You Know What it Means to Miss New Orleans?: Katrina, Trap Economics, and the Rebirth of the Blues

pp. 1005-1018
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Geographies of American Studies

pp. 1019-1032
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Essays

E Pluribus Multitudinum: The New World of Journal Publishing in American Studies

pp. 1033-1078
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Black Panthers, Red Guards, and Chinamen: Constructing Asian American Identity through Performing Blackness, 1969-1972

pp. 1079-1103
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The Smearing of Joe McCarthy: The Lavender Scare, Gossip, and Cold War Politics

pp. 1105-1129
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Rewriting the Ghetto: Cultural Production in the Labor Narratives of Rose Schneiderman and Theresa Malkiel

pp. 1131-1154
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Reconsidering Antebellum U.S. Women's History: Gender, Filibustering, and America's Quest for Empire

pp. 1155-1188
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Book Reviews

Do You Wanna Dance? Historical Narratives and American Popular Music

pp. 1189-1200
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Plantation America

pp. 1201-1210
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Class and Culture

pp. 1211-1221
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Locating Setter Colonies in the Postcolonial Imaginary

pp. 1223-1229
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Drug Wars and Wonder Drugs

pp. 1231-1241
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The Black Arts Movement and Its Scholars

pp. 1243-1251
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Twilight of the Gods: Britain, America, and the Inheritance of Empire

pp. 1253-1261
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Transnational Visions: Reinventing Immigration Studies

pp. 1263-1272
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 1273-1276
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Index

Index to American Quarterly, Volume 57, March 2005 to December 2005

pp. 1277-1280
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Research Areas

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