1. “The long fetch of history”
  2. Christine Bold
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  1. Administered Lives: Scholarly Research, Accountability, and the “Public”
  2. Imre Szeman
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  1. Queer Matters: A Response to Robert Fulford
  2. Wendy Gay Pearson
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  1. Your Tax Dollars at Work: The State of Queer Youth Studies
  2. Jes Battis
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  1. Taking Responsible Risks
  2. DeNel Rehberg Sedo
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  1. Mary Magdalene as New Custance?: “The Woman Cast Adrift” in the Digby Mary Magdalene Play
  2. Joanne Findon
  3. pp. 25-50
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  1. “Because she’s a woman”: Myth and Metafiction in Carol Shields’s Unless
  2. Nora Foster Stovel
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  1. “What is the proper word for people like you?”: The Question of Métis Identity in In Search of April Raintree
  2. Sharon Smulders
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  1. Margaret Atwood's Alias Grace and the Construction of a Trial Narrative
  2. Marie-Thérèse Blanc
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  1. Unraveling the Knot of Acculturation and Resistance in Anthony Thrasher’s Skid Row Eskimo
  2. Sam McKegney
  3. pp. 129-146
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  1. “Do you smell fumes? ”: Health, Hygiene, and Suburban Life
  2. Andrew Burke
  3. pp. 147-168
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  1. From the Red Room to Rochester's Haircut: Mind Control in Jane Eyre
  2. Judith Leggatt, Christopher Parkes
  3. pp. 169-188
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  1. Domestic Gardening: Gabrielle Roy’s Bower of Innocence in Enchantment and Sorrow
  2. Shelley Boyd
  3. pp. 189-211
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  1. Cosmopolitan Empires
  2. Ralph Bauer
  3. pp. 213-223
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  1. Border Crossings: Thomas King’s Cultural Inversions (review)
  2. Laura E. Donaldson
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  1. Bleak Houses: Marital Violence in Victorian Fiction (review)
  2. Marlene Tromp
  3. pp. 227-230
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  1. National Dreams: The Remaking of Fairy Tales in Nineteenth-Century England (review)
  2. Monica Flegel
  3. pp. 230-233
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  1. Histories of the Future (review)
  2. Davin Heckman
  3. pp. 233-236
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  1. Wallace Stevens and the Apocalyptic Mode (review)
  2. John Holmes
  3. pp. 237-239
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  1. Must Write: Edna Staebler's Diaries (review)
  2. Julie Rak
  3. pp. 240-243
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  1. The Book Unbound: Editing and Reading Medieval Manuscripts and Texts (review)
  2. Daniel J. Ransom
  3. pp. 243-246
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  1. The Selling of 9/11: How a National Tragedy Became a Commodity (review)
  2. Deborah Staines
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  1. Polyglot Joyce: Fictions of Translation (review)
  2. Tim Conley
  3. pp. 249-252
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  1. Black Cosmopolitanism: Racial Consciousness and Transnational Identity in the Nineteenth-Century Americas (review)
  2. Jeannine Marie DeLombard
  3. pp. 253-255
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  1. The Span of Mainstream and Science Fiction (review)
  2. Mary Ann Gillies
  3. pp. 255-258
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  1. Readers’ Forum Introduction: Popular Culture and the Culture of Research Funding
  2. Julie Rak
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