Volume 66, Number 4, December 2014

Table of Contents

From the Editor

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Essays

Graphic Consciousness: The Visual Cultures of Integrated Industrial Unions at Midcentury

pp. 883-917
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Indigenous Circuits: Navajo Women and the Racialization of Early Electronic Manufacture

pp. 919-941
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Erasing Anarchism: Sacco and Vanzetti and the Logic of Representation

pp. 943-969
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“Colored Men of the East”: African Americans and the Instability of Race in US–Japan Relations

pp. 971-997
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“The Bomb Was like the Indians”: Trickster Mimetics and Native Sovereignty in Martin Cruz Smith’s The Indians Won

pp. 999-1020
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The Pan Am Quipper as Site of Anxiety: Managing Emotion in an Era of Neoliberalism and Corporate Decline

pp. 1021-1037
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Rethinking Settler Colonialism

pp. 1039-1055
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Currents

Learning and Unlearning from Ethnic Studies

pp. 1057-1069
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Forum

Forum Introduction: Whiteness Redux or Redefined?

pp. 1071-1076
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Possessive Investment: Indian Removals and the Affective Entitlements of Whiteness

pp. 1077-1084
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The Presumption of White Innocence

pp. 1085-1090
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The Whiteness of Police

pp. 1091-1099
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The Distributions of Whiteness

pp. 1101-1106
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Imperial Whiteness and the Diasporas of Empire

pp. 1107-1115
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Book Reviews

Culture, Personality, and the American Century

pp. 1117-1127
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The Era of Inter-American Cultural Diplomacy

pp. 1129-1141
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The Garden Is the Machine: New Media and Technology in American Studies

pp. 1143-1154
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On Seeing and Not Seeing Racism

pp. 1155-1165
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Contributors

pp. 1167-1172
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Index to American Quarterly, Volume 66, March 2014 to December 2014

pp. 1173-1176
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