1. "Ah Toucoutou, ye conin vous": History and Memory in Creole New Orleans
  2. Shirley Thompson
  3. pp. 232-266
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  1. Signifying Spain, Becoming Comanche, Making Mexicans: Indian Captivity and the History of Chicana/o Popular Performance
  2. Curtis Marez
  3. pp. 267-306
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  1. We Were Here First!: Trials and Triumphs of Exhibiting the History of Seventeenth-Century America in the Chesapeake
  2. Jane Webb Smith
  3. pp. 308-323
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  1. Modernist Ruins
  2. Elizabeth Blackmar
  3. pp. 324-339
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  1. Anti-Foundational Founders: Did Post-structuralism Fail the Historians, or Did the Historians Fail Post-structuralism?
  2. David Waldstreicher
  3. pp. 340-348
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  1. "There's Something Happening Here": The Sexual Revolution in Lawrence, Kansas
  2. John McMillian
  3. pp. 349-357
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  1. Imagining Consumers
  2. Vicki Howard
  3. pp. 358-366
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  1. New Negroes, Black Communists, and the New Pluralism
  2. Gary E. Holcomb
  3. pp. 367-376
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  1. Situating Space in "Local" and "Global" Struggles
  2. Lisa Marie Cacho
  3. pp. 377-385
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