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  Volume 61, Number 2, June 2009

Table of Contents


"Circular Reasoning": Recentering Cherokee Women in the Antiremoval Campaigns

pp. 221-243

"Blacks in all Quarters of the Globe": Anti-Imperialism, Insurgent Cosmopolitanism, and International Labor in Pauline Hopkins's Literary Journalism

pp. 245-270

"You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet": Beloved, the American Chain Gang, and the Middle Passage Remix

pp. 271-297

Black Children, White Preference: Brown v. Board, the Doll Tests, and the Politics of Self-Esteem

pp. 299-332

The Game Theory Narrative and the Myth of the National Security State

pp. 333-357

Picture Revolution: Transnationalism, American Studies, and the Politics of Contemporary Native Culture

pp. 359-381

Book Reviews

Old Settlers, New Negroes, and the Birth of Modernity in Black Chicago

pp. 383-393

What Happens If You Put American Disability Studies at the Center?

pp. 395-404

Hail to the Chief and to the Thief: Fantasies, Fictions, and Fears about the United States Presidency

pp. 405-416

The Deported

pp. 417-421



pp. 423-425

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