We cannot verify your location
Browse Book and Journal Content on Project MUSE
OR

  Volume 38, Number 3, September 2010

Table of Contents

Cool Hand Luke in the Marketplace of No Ideas

pp. 393-401
|

Dead Reckoning: The Mysterious Henry Hudson

pp. 402-406
|

"Lo, the Poor Indian": Native Americans, Reality and Imagery

pp. 407-413
|

Rediscovering the Lost City of Early American Welfare

pp. 414-419
|

Growing Up in Interesting Times

pp. 420-424
|

Rushian Revolution

pp. 425-430
|

Gender Roles and Revolutions

pp. 431-436
|

Sally Hemings, Founding Mother

pp. 437-442
|

What, Me Join?: The Contested Development of Voluntarism in Early National Massachusetts

pp. 443-448
|

Unsettling the History of Slavery and Freedom

pp. 449-454
|

The Essence of Mission: Conversion and the Child-Like Heart on the Georgia Frontier

pp. 455-461
|

Sprawling Cities and New Factories: Rethinking the Political Economy of Secession

pp. 462-467
|

"Better than Ben Hur": Lynching and the Ghost of Sam Hose

pp. 468-473
|

The Life of the Law of Death

pp. 474-479
|

Anthropology in History: Lewis Henry Morgan and Margaret Mead

pp. 480-486
|

Aluminum Pigs and Bronze Generals: Outdoor Sculpture in Washington, D.C., from Adam to Zapata

pp. 487-492
|

Searching for the GAPE

pp. 493-498
|

"PMS Made Me Do It" and Other Gendered Legal Defenses

pp. 499-505
|

Some Words for Nature

pp. 506-512
|

Builders and Dreamers

pp. 513-519
|

Plants and the Insecure Nation

pp. 520-526
|

Claims and Reclaims in the American West

pp. 527-532
|

A Crisis is a Terrible Thing to Waste: Funding Art in the Great Depression

pp. 533-538
|

The Limits and Fears of Flesh and Blood

pp. 539-547
|

We Contain Multitudes: Arguments for African American Equality

pp. 548-555
|

An Examination of African American Women's Lives in Postwar Philadelphia

pp. 556-561
|

She's Stylin': La Pachuca, Chicana Resistance, and the Politics of Representation

pp. 562-568
|

Wall-Gazing: Memorializing Vietnam Veterans While Distorting and Disremembering the War

pp. 569-575
|

Reflections

The American Revolution: New Directions for a New Century

pp. 576-586
|

Research Areas

Recommend

  • You have access to this content
  • Free sample
  • Open Access
  • Restricted Access