Volume 66, Number 2, June 2014

Table of Contents

Editor’s Note

pp. v-vi
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Presidential Address and Responses

Seeing in the Red: Looking at Student Debt

pp. 261-281
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American Studies and the University of Debt

pp. 283-287
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Dangerous Associations

pp. 289-300
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Essays

What Remains: Returns, Representation, and Traumatic Memory in S-21: The Khmer Rouge Killing Machine and Refugee

pp. 301-332
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Native American and White Camp Fire Girls Enact Modern Girlhood, 1910–39

pp. 333-360
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A Peculiar Sovereignty: Antifascist US Literature and the Liberal Warfare State

pp. 361-383
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“Travels of an American Indian into the Hinterlands of Soviet Russia”: Rethinking Indigenous Modernity and the Popular Front in the Work of Archie Phinney and D’Arcy McNickle

pp. 385-416
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In Memoriam

In Memoriam: Tributes to José Esteban Muñoz, 1967–2013

pp. 417-418
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Insolence, Incorruptible: For José Muñoz

pp. 419-420
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Poems by Fred Moten, read at “Cruising the Horizon: Remembering the Life, Work, and Legacy of José Esteban Muñoz,” January 7, 2014, Human Resources, Los Angeles, CA

p. 421
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Excerpt from Guinevere Turner’s remarks at “Cruising the Horizon: Remembering the Life, Work, and Legacy of José Esteban Muñoz,” January 7, 2014, Human Resources, Los Angeles, CA

pp. 422-424
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José Esteban Muñoz, 1967–2013 (reprinted from Bully Bloggers; originally posted December 6, 2013)

pp. 425-426
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For José

p. 427
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Book Reviews

The Lures and Snares of “The Transnational”

pp. 429-440
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Transpacific Connections between Two Empires

pp. 441-451
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New Genealogies of Performance

pp. 453-463
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When Radio Ruled: The Social Life of Sound

pp. 465-476
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The Cultural Structure of Postwar Urbanism

pp. 477-488
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Contributors

pp. 489-492
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