restricted access   Volume 67, Number 4, December 2015

Table of Contents

Editor’s Note

pp. v-vi
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Forum

Introduction: Shifting Geographies of Knowledge and Power: Palestine and American Studies

pp. 993-1006
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Solidarity with Palestine from Diné Bikéyah

pp. 1007-1015
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Black–Palestinian Solidarity in the Ferguson–Gaza Era

pp. 1017-1026
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Taking Risks, or The Question of Palestine Solidarity and Asian American Studies

pp. 1027-1037
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Borders Are Obsolete: Relations beyond the “Borderlands” of Palestine and US–Mexico

pp. 1039-1046
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Labor for Palestine: Challenging US Labor Zionism

pp. 1047-1055
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The Islamophobia Industry and the Demonization of Palestine: Implications for American Studies

pp. 1057-1066
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Zionism and Anti-Zionism: A Necessary Detour, Not a Final Destination

pp. 1067-1073
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Throwing Stones in Glass Houses: The ASA and the Road to Academic Boycott

pp. 1075-1083
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Essays

Aloha, Vietnam: Race and Empire in Hawai‘i’s Vietnam War

pp. 1085-1108
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Educating Americans for “Overseasmanship”: The Peace Corps and the Invention of Culture Shock

pp. 1109-1136
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Freak Bodies Politic: Charles Stratton, Dred, and the Embodiment of National Innocence

pp. 1137-1167
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Seeker, Surfer, Yogi: The Progressive Religious Imagination and the Cultural Politics of Place in Encinitas, California

pp. 1169-1193
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Event Reviews

Thinking through the Canadian Museum for Human Rights

pp. 1195-1216
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Hello! Exploring the World of Japanese Americans through Hello Kitty

pp. 1217-1223
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Book Reviews

Where Is American Literature?

pp. 1225-1234
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Intimate Relations: Bodies, Texts, and Indigenizations in Archipelagic American Space

pp. 1235-1249
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Gracefully Policing the Tyler Perry Phenomenon

pp. 1251-1258
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Contributors

pp. 1259-1264
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Index to American Quarterly: Volume 67, March 2015 to December 2015

pp. 1265-1268
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