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  Volume 65, Number 2, June 2013

Table of Contents

Editor's Note

pp. vii-viii
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ASA Presidential Address

Where We Stand: US Empire at Street Level and in the Archive

pp. 265-290
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Epistemologies of Empire: Sexuality and Knowledge within the Neoliberal Academy

pp. 291-302
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Notes from Antigua Naval Base

pp. 303-308
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Essays

Where in the World Is Juan—and What Color Is He?: The Geography of Latina/o Racial Identity in Southern California

pp. 309-341
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The Balcony and the Street: Gender, Virtue, and Politics in George Caleb Bingham's Antebellum America

pp. 343-370
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"Crazy for This Democracy": Postwar Psychoanalysis, African American Blues Narratives, and the Lafargue Clinic

pp. 371-395
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Event Review

Ballad of an Untimely Man: Bob Dylan at the Hollywood Bowl

pp. 397-404
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Book Reviews

How History Happens and Why Culture Counts: Twenty Years after Becoming Mexican American

pp. 405-411
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Punkademia

pp. 413-423
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New Cosmopolitanisms of Forgotten Diasporas

pp. 425-435
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The Flesh of Amalgamation: Reconsidering the Position (and the Labors) of Blackness

pp. 437-446
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MP3s and Other Evil Media: American Pathologies in Critical Information Studies

pp. 447-455
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Contributors

pp. 457-460
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Errata

p. viii
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Research Areas

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