1. Contesting "The Way the Almighty Wants It": Crafting Memories of Ex-Slaves in the Slave Narrative Collection
  2. Sharon Ann Musher
  3. pp. 1-31
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  1. Nancy Prince and the Politics of Mobility, Home and Diasporic (Mis)Identification
  2. Sandra Gunning
  3. pp. 32-69
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  1. Victorian Antigone: Classicism and Women's Education in America, 1840-1900
  2. Caroline Winterer
  3. pp. 70-93
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  1. The Testifying Eye: Ben Shahn in New York
  2. Kate Sampsell
  3. pp. 94-122
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  1. Gender and the New Liberal Synthesis
  2. Rosemarie Zagarri
  3. pp. 123-130
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  1. We Are What and How We Eat
  2. Daniel Horowitz
  3. pp. 131-138
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  1. Reading Poe, Reading Capitalism
  2. Meredith L. Mcgill
  3. pp. 139-147
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  1. Rethinking Early American Colonial Writings
  2. Jacqueline Lance
  3. pp. 148-155
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  1. Breaking Iron Bonds, Elucidating Fluid Boundaries: "Indians" in American Studies
  2. David Anthony Tyeeme Clark
  3. pp. 156-164
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  1. Music, Experience, and History
  2. Nick Bromell
  3. pp. 165-177
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  1. Gay Men and the Rural South: No Contradiction in Terms
  2. Brett Beemyn
  3. pp. 178-184
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  1. Agonizing over Indians
  2. Steven Conn
  3. pp. 185-191
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