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  Volume 60, Number 2, June 2008

Table of Contents

Counterinsurgency and Torture

pp. 233-240

Forum: Native Feminisms without Apology

Native Feminisms Engage American Studies

pp. 241-249

From White into Red: Captivity Narratives as Alchemies of Race and Citizenship

pp. 251-257

Gender, Sovereignty, Rights: Native Women's Activism against Social Inequality and Violence in Canada

pp. 259-266

Felt Theory

pp. 267-272

Strategies of Erasure: U.S. Colonialism and Native Hawaiian Feminism

pp. 273-280

Native Hawaiian Decolonization and the Politics of Gender

pp. 281-287

Carving Navajo National Boundaries: Patriotism, Tradition, and the Diné Marriage Act of 2005

pp. 289-294

(Re)Mapping Indigenous Presence on the Land in Native Women's Literature

pp. 295-302

Learning across Differences: Native and Ethnic Studies Feminisms

pp. 303-307

American Studies without America: Native Feminisms and the Nation-State

pp. 309-315


Belly Dancing: Arab-Face, Orientalist Feminism, and U.S. Empire

pp. 317-345

Cold War Re-Visions: Representation and Resistance in the Unseen Salt of the Earth

pp. 347-371

The Clearly Obscene and the Queerly Obscene: Heteronormativity and Obscenity in Cold War Los Angeles

pp. 373-398

Charting Progress: Francis Amasa Walker's Statistical Atlas of the United States and Narratives of Western Expansion

pp. 399-423

Event Review

Outside Art: Exhibiting Snapshot Photography

pp. 425-441

Book Reviews

We Are What We Teach: American Studies in the K-16 Classroom

pp. 443-453

Slavery, Past and Present

pp. 455-465

The State of Prison

pp. 467-479

Orientalizing American Studies

pp. 481-489

Toward a "Subjectless" Discourse: Engaging Transnationalist and Postcolonial Approaches in Asian American Studies

pp. 491-496



pp. 497-502

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