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  Volume 59, Number 1, March 2007

Table of Contents

From: American Quarterly

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Diversity in the United States and Abroad: What Does It Mean When American Studies Is Transnational?

pp. 1-22

Inside and Outside: What Kind of Knowledge Do We Need? A Response to the Presidential Address

pp. 23-32

The Ghosts of Transnational American Studies: A Response to the Presidential Address

pp. 33-39


Jefferson and Democracy

pp. 41-78


The Cartography of the Black Pacific: James Weldon Johnson's Along This Way

pp. 79-106

Histories of Democracy and Empire

pp. 107-133

Thinking and Feeling Asian America in Taiwan

pp. 135-155

Exhibition Reviews

High Regard: Words and Pictures in Tribute to Susan Sontag

pp. 157-164

Book Reviews

"Famous Long Ago": Bob Dylan Revisited

pp. 165-177

Postwar Liberalism as a Usable Past?: The Rewards and Risks of Historical Revisionism

pp. 179-190

The American Jeremiad Twice Revisited

pp. 191-197

Earthworks: Native Intellectuals on the Ground

pp. 199-209

Native American Reversal of Fortune: American Indian Colonialism and Its Aftermath

pp. 211-218

From the War on Poverty to "the New Inequality": The Fight for a Living Wage

pp. 219-231

A Value to Suffering

pp. 233-238

"Questions of Seeing": Images and the Culture of Environmental Reform

pp. 239-247



pp. 249-252

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