restricted access   Volume 66, Number 1, March 2014

Table of Contents

Editor’s Note

pp. v-vi
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Essays

Entertaining Children of All Ages: Nineteenth-Century Popular Theater as Children’s Theater

pp. 1-34
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Black Ops: Black Masculinity and the War on Terror

pp. 35-67
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Exalted on the Ward: “Mary Roberts,” the Georgia State Sanitarium, and the Psychiatric “Speciality” of Race

pp. 69-94
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Neoliberal Temporality: Time-Sense and the Shift from Pensions to 401(k)s

pp. 95-118
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Strange Sampling: Nina Simone and Her Hip-Hop Children

pp. 119-137
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Forum

Introduction: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: A Forum on the Past, Present, and Future of US (Un)Equal Rights

pp. 139-141
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No More Shame! Defeating the New Jim Crow with Antilynching Activism’s Best Tools

pp. 143-152
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Observations on History, Law, and the Rise of the New Jim Crow in State-Level Immigration Law and Policy for Latinos

pp. 153-160
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Unsettling Citizenship/Circumventing Sovereignty: Reexamining the Quandaries of Contemporary Anticolonialism in the United States through Black Puerto Rican Antiracist Thought

pp. 161-169
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The Unequal Promise of Marriage Equality

pp. 171-179
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Event Review

The Distant Present of Tarell Alvin McCraney

pp. 181-195
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Book Reviews

Anglo-American Exceptionalisms

pp. 197-209
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Interventions of Memory and Visibility: Recovering and Reclaiming Filipino American History

pp. 211-221
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Recontextualizing Contact: American Origin Stories

pp. 223-234
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Our Common Traumas

pp. 235-243
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New Orleans Brings It All Together

pp. 245-256
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Contributors

pp. 257-260
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