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  Volume 11, Number 1, Spring 1998

Table of Contents

From: The Yale Journal of Criticism

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Notes on Contributors

pp. 309-312
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Articles

British and American Art at Yale: Papers in Honor of Jules D. Prown: Introduction

pp. 3-7
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Comments From the Symposium Dinner, October 20, 1995

pp. 9-10
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The Ashes of Germanicus and the Skin of Painting: Sublimation and Money in Benjamin West's Agrippina

pp. 11-27
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Le Corset: A Material Culture Analysis of a Deluxe French Book

pp. 29-38
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Looking and Difference in the Abstract Portraits of Charles Demuth and Duncan Grant

pp. 39-51
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Copley and the Case of the Blue Dress

pp. 53-67
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The Dead Bride

pp. 69-78
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Mind in Matter in History: Viewing The Greek Slave

pp. 79-83
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Making Furniture in the Salisbury Iron Region: The Case of Bates How

pp. 85-93
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Seeing Coney Island, Seeing Culture: Joseph Stella's Battle of Lights

pp. 95-101
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Who's Sitting at the Table?: William Sidney Mount's After Dinner 1834

pp. 103-109
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John Quidor and the Demonic Imagination: Ichabod Crane Flying from the Headless Horseman (c.1828)

pp. 111-118
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"Type of a Back Civilization": Worthington Whittredge's Santa Fe

pp. 119-128
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FLASH! The Speed Graphic Camera

pp. 129-137
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Art in the Atomic Age: Ben Shahn's Stop H-Bomb Tests

pp. 139-158
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Reading Spaces

Looking and Touching: Spectacle and Collection in Sontag's Volcano Lover

pp. 159-165
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Two Women Dancing

pp. 167-174
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The Americanization of Clarissa

pp. 177-196
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"Baby's Picture is Always Treasured": Eugenics and the Reproduction of Whiteness in the Family Photograph Album

pp. 197-220
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Forgetting Lot's Wife: Artaud, Spectatorship, and Catastrophe

pp. 221-238
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Pasolini on Terra Sancta : Towards a Theology of Film

pp. 239-258
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The Horizontal Walk: Marilyn Monroe, CinemaScope, and Sexuality

pp. 259-288
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Positions

Language Lessons: Linguistic Colonialism, Linguistic Postcolonialism, and the Early Modern English Nation

pp. 289-299
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Prospects for Global English: Back to BASIC?

pp. 301-307
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Research Areas

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