Volume 7, Issue 2, Winter 2015

Table of Contents

Editorial

For the Record

pp. 1-15
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Articles

Postnational Possibilities in Two YA Novels about Taiwan: The American Trace

pp. 16-39
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Art Spiegelman’s In the Shadow of No Towers as Board Book: From the Matter of Materiality to the Way That Materiality Matters

pp. 40-64
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Gregor the Overlander and A Wrinkle in Time: Father Lost, Father Found

pp. 65-85
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Representations of Happiness in Comedic Young Adult Fiction: Happy Are the Wretched

pp. 86-106
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Forum: Keywords in the Cultures of Young People

Keywords in the Cultures of Young People

pp. 107-113
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(En)countering Inclusion. Repeating: Refrain

pp. 114-119
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Agency and Emotion Work

pp. 120-128
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Youth: Our New Cultural Theorists

pp. 129-133
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Theorizing Resistance and Intimacy in Youth Studies

pp. 134-147
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Reproduction/Non-reproduction

pp. 148-161
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Reviews

The Mainstreaming of Controversy in Children’s and YA Book Award Winners: How on Earth Did That Book Win?

pp. 162-182
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Recent Fiction by Joan Givner, Lydia Millet, and Amy Plum: Cli-fi Takes Off into a Dark Future

pp. 183-193
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Speculative Fiction and Faith

pp. 194-205
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Multicultural Folk and Fairy Tales for Children: Around the World in Eight Picture Books

pp. 206-218
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