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  Volume 51, Number 3/4, Fall/Winter 2010

Table of Contents

Remembering David Sanjek

p. 7


By Proxy of His Black Hero: The Bonus March (1932) and Eitarō Ishigaki’s Critical Engagement in American Leftist Discourses

pp. 7-30

Expanding Jack Kerouac’s “America”: Canadian Revisions of On the Road

pp. 31-59

In Women’s Empires: Gynaecocracy, Savagery, and the Evolution of Industry

pp. 61-84

The American Pioneer Woman Circa 1930: Cultural Debates and the Role of Public Art

pp. 85-107

The Southern-Most Ivy: Princeton University from Jim Crow Admissions to Anti-Apartheid Protests, 1794–1969

pp. 109-130

Images of Interracialism in Contemporary American Crime Fiction

pp. 131-157

Review Essays

California Indians and Their Environment: An Introduction

pp. 159-167

Space, Equality, and Expression: African Americas in Los Angeles

pp. 169-184

Progress Narratives, Racism, and Level Playing Fields: Recent Academic Literature on Sports

pp. 185-192

New Directions for the History of Manhood in America

pp. 193-201


The Civil War in American Culture by Will Kaufman (review)

pp. 205-206

Making a Living: Work and Environment in the United States by Chad Montrie (review)

pp. 206-207

Nazi POWs in the Tar Heel State by Robert D. Billinger Jr (review)

pp. 207-208

Subject to Display: Reframing Race in Contemporary Installation Art by Jennifer A. Gonzalez (review)

pp. 208-210

Bowled Over: Big-Time College Football from the Sixties to the BCS Era by Michael Oriard (review)

pp. 210-211

Make Room for Daddy: The Journey from the Waiting Room to the Birthing Room by Judith Walzer Leavitt (review)

pp. 212-213

The Marx Brothers as Social Critics: Satire and Comic Nihilism in Their Films by Martin A. Gardner (review)

pp. 213-214

Now is the Time! Detroit Black Politics and Grassroots Activism by Todd C. Shaw (review)

pp. 214-215

Secular Missionaries: Americans and African Development in the 1960s by Larry Grubbs (review)

pp. 215-217

Small Wonder: The Little Red Schoolhouse in History and Memory by Jonathan Zimmerman (review)

pp. 217-218

Staying Italian: Urban Change and Ethnic Life in Postwar Toronto and Philadelphia by Jordon Stanger-Ross (review)

pp. 218-220

Bridging National Borders in North America: Transnational and Comparative Histories by Benjamin H. Johnson and Andrew R. Graybill (review)

pp. 220-221

The Cambridge Companion to American Crime Fiction by Catherine Ross Nickerson (review)

pp. 221-222

Dangerous Pregnancies: Mothers, Disabilities, and Abortion in Modern America by Leslie J. Reagan (review)

pp. 222-224

The Deportation Regime: Sovereignty, Space and the Freedom of Movement ed. by Nicolas De Genova and Nathalie Peutz (review)

pp. 224-225

Duke Ellington’s America by Harvey G. Cohen (review)

pp. 225-227

Enlightening the World: The Creation of the Statue of Liberty by Yasmin Sabina Khan (review)

pp. 227-228

Not Even Past: Barack Obama and the Burden of Race by Thomas J. Sugrue (review)

pp. 228-230

Of Comics and Men: A Cultural History of American Comic Books by Jean-Paul Gabilliet (review)

pp. 230-231

Peculiar Portrayals: Mormons on the Page, Stage, and Screen by Mark T. Decker and Michael Austin (review)

pp. 231-233

The Philosophy of the Western ed. by Jennifer L. McMahon and B. Steve Csaki (review)

pp. 233-234

The Reconstruction of Mark Twain: How a Confederate Bushwacker Became the Lincoln of Our Literature by Joe B. Fulton (review)

pp. 234-236

Seated by the Sea: The Maritime History of Portland, Maine, and its Irish Longshoremen by Michael C. Connolly, and:New York Longshoremen: Class and Power on the Docks by William J. Mello (review)

pp. 236-238

They Aren’t, Until I Call Them: Performing the Subject in American Literature by Enikö Bollobás (review)

pp. 238-239

Blowout! Sal Castro & the Chicano Struggle for Educational Justice by Mario T. García and Sal Castro (review)

pp. 239-240

Notes on Contributors

pp. 6-241

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