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  Volume 41, Number 2, 2006

Table of Contents

From: Early American Literature

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"In Love with the Image": Transitive Being and Typological Desire in Jonathan Edwards

pp. 153-181

Circular Taxonomies: Regulating European and American Women through Representations of North American Indian Women

pp. 183-211

"What Concernment Hath America in These Things!" Local and Global in Samuel Sewall's Plum Island Passage

pp. 213-240

"To Make a Figure": Benjamin Rush's Rhetorical Self-Construction and Scientific Authorship

pp. 241-272

Homicidal Envy: The Case of Richard Henry Dana, Sr.'s, Paul Felton

pp. 273-304


Historicizing Race in Early American Studies: A Roundtable with Joanna Brooks, Philip Gould, and David Kazanjian: Introduction

pp. 305-311

Working Definitions: Race, Ethnic Studies, and Early American Literature

pp. 313-320

What We Mean When We Say "Race"

pp. 321-327

"When They Come Here They Feal So Free": Race and Early American Studies

pp. 329-337

Review Essays

Narratives of Blood

pp. 339-345

Textual Media in Early American Studies

pp. 347-364


Histories of Print, Manuscript, and Performance in America, American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, Massachusetts, June 2005 (review)

pp. 365-369

"Bring Forth the Old Because of the New": Early Americanists and Contemporary Culture

pp. 369-375

Enhanced by Technology: New Directions in American Studies Scholarship

pp. 375-378

Sympathy in American Literature: American Sentiments from Jefferson to the Jameses (review)

pp. 379-382

A History of the American Theatre, From Its Origins to 1832 (review)

pp. 383-387

Providence Tales and the Birth of American Literature (review)

pp. 388-391

Editor's Notes

Editor's Notes

p. 393


Notes on Contributors

pp. 395-396

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