1. Crashing the System? Hypertext and Scholarship on American Culture
  2. Roy Rosenzweig
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  1. Hypertext Scholarship and Media Studies
  2. James Castonguay
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  1. New Questions for New Media: Scholarly Writing and Online Publishing
  2. Thomas Thurston
  3. pp. 250-253
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  1. Mixed Media: Writing Hypertext about Comics
  2. M. David Westbrook
  3. pp. 254-257
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  1. Everyone A Reviewer? Problems and Possibilities in Hypertext Scholarship
  2. Susan Smulyan
  3. pp. 263-267
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  1. This Site Under Construction
  2. Christopher P. Wilson
  3. pp. 268-275
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  1. The Expressive Shapes of Arguments and Artifacts
  2. Randall Bass
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  1. Computers with Color Monitors: Disembodied Black Screen Images 1988-96
  2. Martin Kevorkian
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  1. Lessons in Geography: Maps, Spellers, and Other Grammars of Nationalism in the Early Republic
  2. Martin Bruckner
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  1. Victim and Victimizer: Female Fiends and Unease over Marriage in Antebellum Sensational Fiction
  2. Dawn Keetley
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  1. The Blind Authoress of New York: Helen De Kroyft and the Uses of Disability in Antebellum America
  2. James Emmett Ryan
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  1. The Necessity of Remembrance: A Review of the Museum of African American History
  2. Charles Pete T. Banner-Haley
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  1. Of the People
  2. Christopher Clarke-Hazlett
  3. pp. 426-436
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  1. "Undeniably there": rethinking Black presence in the American past
  2. Elizabeth Ann McHenry
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  1. Karcher's Romance of the Republic
  2. Elizabeth Barnes
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  1. The words of war
  2. Philip Gould
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  1. Inscribing the self
  2. Shirley Teresa Wajda
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  1. Why border matters to American studies
  2. Andrea Tinnemeyer
  3. pp. 472-478
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  1. Introduction to Exhibition Reviews: Museum of African American History
  2. Katherine C. Grier
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