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  Volume 68, Number 2, June 2016

Table of Contents

Editor’s Note

pp. vii-ix

ASA Presidential Address

Making Solidarity Uneasy: Cautions on a Keyword from Black Lives Matter to the Past

pp. 223-248

Grounded Normativity / Place-Based Solidarity

pp. 249-255

Solidarity, Liberalism, History

pp. 257-261


Emancipatory Cosmology: Freedom’s Journal, The Rights of All, and the Revolutionary Movements of Black Print Culture

pp. 263-286

Visual Games and the Unseeing of Race in the Late Nineteenth Century

pp. 287-313

Sound of the Break: Jazz and the Failures of Emancipation

pp. 315-340


  Introduction: Engaging Contradictions: Teaching and Pedagogy in American Studies

pp. 341-345

  Teaching the Introduction to American Studies Course: A Dialogue

pp. 347-354

  The Broom Closet: Pedagogy in and of the Prison

pp. 355-359

  What Is This Thing Called Interdisciplinarity?: Teaching Interdisciplinary Methods Courses in American Studies

pp. 361-365

  Public History and American Studies Pedagogy

pp. 367-370

  The Vexed Location of Teaching American Studies in South Korea

pp. 371-378

  The Global American Studies Classroom: International Students and Critical Pedagogy

pp. 379-385

  Teaching American Studies in Taiwan: Military Bases and the Paradox of Peace and Security in East Asia

pp. 387-391

  Filipino Love Stories Digital Archiving Project

pp. 393-396

  Portable Pedagogy: Neighborhood Archives through Graduate Service Learning

pp. 397-400

  Creating Public Scholars: A Collaborative Project on Environmental and Economic Justice Activism and Scholarship

pp. 401-403

  Teaching Publics in the American Penalscape

pp. 405-408

  Reaching to Offer, Reaching to Accept: Collaboration and Cotheorizing

pp. 409-412

Event Review

New Worlds “Discover” Asia

pp. 413-427

Digital Projects Reviews

The Alan Lomax Archive

pp. 429-437

Photogrammar: A New Look at New Deal Photography

pp. 439-442

Book Reviews

Subaltern Knowledge and Transnational American Studies: Postwar Japan and Okinawa under US Rule

pp. 443-455

The Transnational Politics of Childhood and the Neoliberal Order

pp. 457-469

Property Is Bad: Recent Trends in American Studies

pp. 471-485

Borderlands Scholarship for the Twenty-First Century

pp. 487-498


pp. 499-506

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