restricted access   Volume 31, Number 4, Autumn 2000

Table of Contents

From: New Literary History

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Introduction

pp. 621-626
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Endgame Identity? Mapping the New Left Roots of Identity Politics

pp. 627-648
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Political Science Fictions

pp. 649-664
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After Identity, Politics: The Return of Universalism

pp. 665-678
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Future Perfect: Grammar, Genes and Geography

pp. 681-708
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"As white as anybody": Race and the Politics of Counting as Black

pp. 709-726
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Packing History, Count(er)ing Generations

pp. 727-744
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Invert-History: The Ambivalence of Lesbian Pulp Fiction

pp. 745-764
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Assumed Identities

pp. 765-780
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Within the Veil of Interdisciplinary Knowledge? Jefferson, Du Bois, and the Negation of Politics

pp. 781-804
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Feminism's Apocalyptic Futures

pp. 805-825
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Commentary: Pleasuring Identity, or the Delicious Politics of Belonging

pp. 827-850
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Commentary: Dreaming Democracy

pp. 851-856
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Contributors

pp. 857-858
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Books Received

pp. 859-862
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