restricted access   Volume 54, Number 1, 2015

Table of Contents

Notes on Contributors

pp. 4-181
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Essays

Uniting Citizens after Citizens United: Cities, Neoliberalism, and Democracy

pp. 5-27
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Reassessing Blacklist Era Television: Civil Libertarianism in You Are There, The Adventures of Robin Hood, and The Buccaneers

pp. 29-52
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Narratives of Peace and Progress: Atomic Museums in Japan and New Mexico

pp. 53-66
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William Bartram and Environmentalism

pp. 67-87
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Postracial Mestizaje: Richard Rodriguez’s Racial Imagination in an America Where Everyone Is Beginning to Melt

pp. 89-113
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Review Essays

Sacred Ways of Meaning and Knowing: A Comparative Reading of Caribbean Literature

pp. 115-127
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Book Reviews

Book Reviews

pp. 129-130
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THE GOSPEL OF FREEDOM AND POWER: Protestant Missionaries in American Culture after World War II by Sarah E. Ruble (review)

pp. 131-132
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YEARNING FOR THE NEW AGE: Laura Holloway-Langford and Late Victorian Spirituality by Diane Sasson (review)

pp. 133-134
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AMIRI BARAKA AND EDWARD DORN: The Collected Letters ed. by Claudia Moreno Pisano (review)

pp. 134-135
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BLACK ETHNICS: Race, Immigration, and the Pursuit of the American Dream by Christina M. Greer (review)

pp. 135-137
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DETROIT COUNTRY MUSIC: Mountaineers, Cowboys, and Rockabillies by Craig Maki with Keith Cady (review)

pp. 137-138
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DOWN IN THE CHAPEL: Religious Life in an American Prison by Joshua Dubler, and: THE PUNISHMENT IMPERATIVE: The Rise and Failure of Mass Incarceration in America by Todd R. Clear and Natasha A. Frost (review)

pp. 138-141
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EBONY AND IVY: Race, Slavery, and the Troubled History of America’s Universities by Craig Steven Wilder (review)

pp. 141-142
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FIFTIES ETHNICITIES: The Ethnic Novel and Mass Culture at Midcentury by Tracy Floreani (review)

pp. 142-143
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HOW TO WATCH TELEVISION ed. by Tracy Floreani (review)

pp. 143-145
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LOOKING FOR LEROY: Illegible Black Masculinity by Mark Anthony Neal (review)

pp. 145-147
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MOJO WORKIN’: The Old African American Hoodoo System by Katrina Hazzard-Donald (review)

pp. 147-148
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PHILIP ROTH—THE CONTINUING PRESENCE: New Essays on Psychological Themes ed. by Jane Statlander-Slote (review)

pp. 148-149
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THE PRINCIPAL’S OFFICE: A Social History of the American School Principal by Kate Rousmaniere (review)

pp. 149-150
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A COLONY SPRUNG FROM HELL: Pittsburgh and the Struggle for Authority on the Western Pennsylvania Frontier, 1774–1794 by Daniel P. Barr (review)

pp. 150-151
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A GENERATION REMOVED: The Fostering and Adoption of Indigenous Children in the Postwar World by Margaret D. Jacobs (review)

pp. 151-152
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AMERICA’S DARWIN: Darwinian Theory and U.S. Literary Culture ed. by Tina Gianquitto and Lydia Fisher (review)

pp. 153-154
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COLLEGIATE REPUBLIC: Cultivating an Ideal Society in Early America by Margaret Sumner (review)

pp. 154-155
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FILM CRITICISM, THE COLD WAR, AND THE BLACKLIST: Reading the Hollywood Reds by Jeff Smith, and: HOLLYWOOD EXILES IN EUROPE: The Blacklist and Cold War Culture by Rebecca Prime (review)

pp. 155-157
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FROM EVE TO EVOLUTION: Darwin, Science, and Women’s Rights in Gilded Age America by Kimberly A. Hamlin (review)

pp. 157-159
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H.L. MENCKEN: The Days Trilogy, Expanded Edition ed. by Marion Elizabeth Rodgers (review)

pp. 159-160
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IN TIME WE SHALL KNOW OURSELVES by Raymond Smith (review)

pp. 160-161
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ISLAM IS A FOREIGN COUNTRY: American Muslims and the Global Crisis of Authority by Zareena Grewal (review)

pp. 161-162
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LITERARY EXECUTIONS: Capital Punishment and American Culture, 1820–1925 by John Cyril Barton (review)

pp. 162-164
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MEXICANS IN THE MAKING OF AMERICA by Neil Foley (review)

pp. 164-165
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MUSIC ALONG THE RAPIDAN: Civil War Soldiers, Music, and Community during Winter Quarters, Virginia by James A. Davis (review)

pp. 165-166
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REMEMBERING THE MODOC WAR: Redemptive Violence and the Making of American Innocence by Boyd Cothran (review)

pp. 166-167
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SONG OF DEWEY BEARD: Last Survivor of the Little Bighorn by Philip Burnham (review)

pp. 167-168
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THAT PRIDE OF RACE AND CHARACTER: The Roots of Jewish Benevolence in the Jim Crow South by Caroline E. Light (review)

pp. 169-170
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THE CALL OF BILAL: Islam in the African Diaspora by Edward E. Curtis IV (review)

pp. 170-171
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THE FOLKLORE OF THE FREEWAY: Race and Revolt in the Modernist City by Eric Avila (review)

pp. 171-172
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THE POST-RACIAL MYSTIQUE: Media and Race in the Twenty-First Century by Catherine R. Squires (review)

pp. 172-173
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THE PRINTER’S KISS: The Life and Letters of a Civil War Newspaperman and His Family ed. by Patricia A. Donohoe (review)

pp. 174-175
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THE RISE AND DECLINE OF FACULTY GOVERNANCE: Professionalization and the Modern American University by Larry G. Gerber (review)

pp. 175-176
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TO PLEAD OUR OWN CAUSE: African Americans in Massachusetts and the Making of the Antislavery Movement by Christopher Cameron (review)

pp. 176-177
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WE SELL DRUGS: The Alchemy of US Empire by Suzanna Reiss (review)

pp. 178-179
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WORLD WAR I IN AMERICAN FICTION: An Anthology of Short Stories ed. by Scott D. Emmert and Steven Trout (review)

pp. 179-180
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