Volume 67, Number 1, March 2015

Table of Contents

Essays

Editor’s Note

pp. v-vii
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Shifting the Gaze: Gender and Resilience in The Exiles

pp. 1-24
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Imagining Kin: Cold War Sentimentalism and the Korean Children’s Choir

pp. 25-53
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Untimely Subjects: White Trash and the Making of Racial Innocence in the Postwar South

pp. 55-79
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The “800-Pound Gargoyle”: The Long History of Higher Education and Urban Development on Chicago’s South Side

pp. 81-103
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Illustrating the Postwar Peace: Miné Okubo, the “Citizen-Subject” of Japan, and Fortune Magazine

pp. 105-140
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Outlawry: Ida B. Wells and Lynch Law

pp. 141-163
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Visualizing “The Misfit”: Virtual Fitting Rooms and the Politics of Technology

pp. 165-188
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“The Biggest Little Marriage on Record”: Union and Disunion in Tom Thumb’s America

pp. 189-217
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Book Reviews

Reading America from the Peripheries

pp. 219-229
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Cultural Production and Urban Latinidad: Retelling Urban History and Reconfiguring the Future of Cities

pp. 231-240
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Spotlighting Black Female Performance

pp. 241-252
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How Do You Solve a Problem Like a Mainstream?: Charting the Musical Middle

pp. 253-265
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Practicing Wilderness, Preserving the World

pp. 267-276
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Contributors

pp. 277-280
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