Volume 49, Number 2, 2014

Table of Contents

Articles

Gendered Language and the Science of Colonial Silk

pp. 271-325
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The Crisis of Restoration: Mary Rowlandson’s Lost Home

pp. 327-356
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Crèvecoeur: Concealing and Revealing the Secret Self

pp. 357-401
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Dinner-Table Bargains: Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and the Senses of Taste

pp. 403-433
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The Constantias of the 1790s: Tales of Constancy and Republican Daughters

pp. 435-466
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Kelroy’s Parlor Games

pp. 467-497
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Review Essays

“It Needs Not the Display of Language”: Aesthetics and Politics in Early Native American Writing

pp. 499-516
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Who Reads an Early American Sermon?

pp. 517-532
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The Rise of the Print Culture Canon

pp. 533-551
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Early Black American Writing and the Making of a Literature

pp. 553-569
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American Adventurers, Parisian Opportunities

pp. 571-582
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Book Reviews

A Muslim American Slave: The Life of Omar Ibn Said by Omar Ibn Said (review)

pp. 583-585
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Empowering Words: Outsiders and Authorship in Early America by Karen A. Weyler (review)

pp. 585-590
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Protestant Autobiography in the Seventeenth-Century Anglophone World by Kathleen Lynch (review)

pp. 591-596
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Writing the Rebellion: Loyalists and the Literature of Politics in British America by Philip Gould (review)

pp. 596-602
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New Netherland and the Dutch Origins of American Religious Liberty by Evan Haefeli (review)

pp. 602-605
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Conference Reviews

1619: The Making of America

pp. 607-611
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Beyond Sweetness: New Histories of Sugar in the Early Atlantic World

pp. 611-615
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Exhibition Review

Common Destinations: Maps in the American Experience

pp. 617-620
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Editor’s Note

p. 621
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Notes on Contributors

pp. 623-625
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