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  Volume 59, Number 4, December 2007

Table of Contents

From: American Quarterly

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Occult Racism: The Masking of Race in the Hmong Hunter Incident A Dialogue between Anthropologist Louisa Schein and Filmmaker/Activist Va-Megn Thoj

pp. 1051-1095
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"L'Ouragan de Flammes" ("The Hurricane of Flames"): New Orleans and Transamerican Catastrophe, 1866/2005

pp. 1097-1127
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"Come Let Us Build a New World Together": SNCC and Photography of the Civil Rights Movement

pp. 1129-1157
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Reading Nanook's Smile: Visual Sovereignty, Indigenous Revisions of Ethnography, and Atanarjuat (The Fast Runner)

pp. 1159-1185
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Public Sites Versus Public Sights: The Progressive Response to Outdoor Advertising and the Commercialization of Public Space

pp. 1187-1213
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Event Reviews

The Ballad of Becks and Posh

pp. 1215-1223
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Book Reviews

Of Silver and Serotonin: Thinking Through Depression, Inheritance, and Illness Narratives

pp. 1225-1236
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Race Worlds: Discrimination, American-Style, in the Middle East

pp. 1237-1246
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"zigging and zagging across temporal and textual realms": On Writing Histories about the Philippines in American Studies

pp. 1247-1254
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What Winning Looks Like: Critical Environmental Justice Studies and the Future of a Movement

pp. 1257-1267
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Are We There Yet? Yearnings for a Discursive Shift in Black Cultural Studies

pp. 1269-1278
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Talking Points Memo

pp. 1279-1289
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Whispering in a Million Ears: Remembering the Intimate Power of Radio

pp. 1291-1301
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 1303-1306
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Index

Index

pp. 1307-1310
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Research Areas

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