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  1. In a New Light: Early African American Photography
  2. Tanya Sheehan
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  1. Folkways and Stateways: Continuing Dilemmas of Housing, Race, and Place
  2. Clarence Lang
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  1. Grasping Glamour
  2. Megan E. Williams
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  1. Public Policy, Popular Culture, Celebrity, and the Making of a Spiritual-Industrial Marketplace in Postwar America
  2. Lerone Martin
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  1. Feminist Interventions in Early American Studies ed. by Mary C. Carruth (review)
  2. Jennifer Desiderio
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  1. Boys at Home: Discipline, Masculinity, and “The Boy-Problem” in Nineteenth-Century American Literature by Ken Parille (review)
  2. Lorinda B. Cohoon
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  2. Kristen K. Epps
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  1. Beleaguered Poets and Leftist Critics: Stevens, Cummings, Frost, and Williams in the 1930s by Milton A. Cohen (review)
  2. Marilyn Walker
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  2. Bradley Carter
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  2. Julio Capó Jr.
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  2. Lindsey Feitz
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  2. Michael A. Antonucci
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  2. Will Cooley
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  2. Curtis J. Evans
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  2. David M. Wrobel
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  2. Jennifer F. Hamer
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  1. Gender, Race, and Mourning in American Modernism by Greg Forter (review)
  2. Beth Widmaier Capo
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  2. Donald Pease
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  2. Daniel R. Miller
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  2. Priya J. Shah
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  2. Maurice L. Bryan Jr.
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  2. Paula L. Webb
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  2. Jennifer F. Hamer
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  2. Thabiti Lewis
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  2. Kathleen Rooney
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  2. Megan E. Williams
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  2. Steve Striffler
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  2. Z. Hall
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  2. Erica Hannickel
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  2. Lawrence Y. Matsuda
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  2. Tim Lacy
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  2. Sara E. Morris
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  2. Bob Johnson
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  2. Guy Lancaster
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  2. Bernard F. Dick
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