1. Finding Place to Speak: Sarah Winnemucca’s Rhetorical Practices in Disciplinary Spaces
  2. Rosalyn Collings Eves
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  1. States of Recollection: How Seventeenth-Century Women Thought about Recovery and the Atlantic World
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  1. Looking for Stories of Inarticulate Women
  2. Ava Chamberlain
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  1. Interpretive Challenges Posed by the Gendered Performances of Early American Female Criminals
  2. Amelia C. Lewis
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  1. Phillis Wheatley on Friendship
  2. Tara Bynum
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  1. “Memorials of Exemplary Women Are Peculiarly Interesting”: Female Biography in Early National America
  2. Lucia McMahon
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  1. Better a Bloody Shovel Than Ambivalence
  2. Joycelyn Moody
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  1. Do You Have Any Skin in the Game?
  2. Kimberly Blockett
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  1. Out of the Kitchen of the House of Fiction
  2. M. Giulia Fabi
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  1. Twenty-First-Century African American Literary Studies as Movement
  2. Herman Beavers
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  1. Race and the Mind/Body Problem
  2. Katherine Clay Bassard
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  1. Whiteness Visible
  2. John Ernest
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  1. Mary Dwinell Chellis Lund (1826–1891)
  2. Larisa Asaeli
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  1. Excerpts from “Drinking Jack” (1881)
  2. Mary Dwinell Chellis
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  1. Investing in Literature: Ernestine Rose and the Harlem Branch Public Library of the 1920s
  2. Barbara Hochman
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  1. Serving New York’s Black City
  2. Ernestine Rose
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  1. Philosophies of Sex: Critical Essays on The Hermaphrodite Edited by Renée Bergland and Gary Williams (review)
  2. Heather Barrett
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  1. E. D. E. N. Southworth: Recovering a Nineteenth-Century Popular Novelist Edited by Melissa J. Homestead and Pamela T. Washington (review)
  2. Carl Ostrowski
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  1. To Fight Aloud Is Very Brave: American Poetry and the Civil War by Faith Barrett (review)
  2. Christa Vogelius
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  1. The Selected Letters of Elizabeth Stoddard Edited by Jennifer Putzi and Elizabeth Stockton (review)
  2. Nicole Livengood
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  1. Domestic Subjects: Gender, Citizenship, and Law in Native American Literature by Beth M. Piatote (review)
  2. Cari M. Carpenter
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  1. Editor’s Note
  2. Jennifer S. Tuttle
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  1. Introduction
  2. Theresa Strouth Gaul
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  1. Introduction
  2. P. Gabrielle Foreman
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