restricted access   Volume 38, Number 1, Spring 2013

Table of Contents

From: MELUS: Multi-Ethnic Literature of the U.S.

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Articles and Reprints

Introduction: Cross-Racial and Cross-Ethnic Collaboration and Scholarship: Contexts, Criticism, Challenges

pp. 1-8

Albion W. Tourgée and Louis A. Martinet: The Cross-Racial Friendship behind Plessy v. Ferguson

pp. 9-29

Caballeros and Indians: Mexican American Whiteness, Hegemonic Mestizaje, and Ambivalent Indigeneity in Proto-Chicana/o Autobiographical Discourse, 1858–2008

pp. 30-49

Seeking Trust and Commitment in Women’s Interracial Collaboration in the Nineteenth Century and Today

pp. 50-75

The Profits and the Perils of Partnership in the “Thrilling” Saga of William and Ellen Craft

pp. 76-97

Jane Johnston Schoolcraft’s Sentimental Lessons: Native Literary Collaboration and Resistance

pp. 98-118

“[W]orthy the imitation of the whites”: Sarah Winnemucca and Mary Peabody Mann’s Collaboration

pp. 119-136

A Revolutionary Romance: Particularity and Universality in Karen Tei Yamashita’s I Hotel

pp. 137-154

Cross-Cultural Affinities between Native American and White Women in “The Alaska Widow” by Edith Eaton (Sui Sin Far)

pp. 155-163

The Alaska Widow

pp. 164-170


The Afro-Latin@ Reader: History and Culture in the United States ed. by Miriam Jiménez Román and Juan Flores (review)

pp. 171-173

The Colors of Zion: Blacks, Jews, and Irish from 1845 to 1945 by George Bornstein (review)

pp. 174-175

Removable Type: Histories of the Book in Indian Country, 1663–1880 by Phillip H. Round (review)

pp. 176-178

The Interethnic Imagination: Roots and Passages in Contemporary Asian American Fiction by Caroline Rody, and: Modeling Citizenship: Jewish and Asian American Writing by Cathy J. Schlund-Vials (review)

pp. 179-181


pp. 182-184