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From: Canadian Review of American Studies

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Between North and South: Cuba and the Ends of US Sovereignty

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s Evangeline: A Tale of Acadie and the Ambiguous Afterlife of the History of the Acadians

Sovereignty Serving Selves

Contested ‘‘Places’’ and Conflicted Nexuses in Gloria Naylor’s Linden Hills and Mairuth Sarsfield’s No Crystal Stair

‘‘As Nice a Little Saleswoman, as I Am a Housewife’’: Domesticity, Education, and Separate Spheres in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The House of the Seven Gables

American Studies in Review: Food, Museums, and Cultural Heritage Sites

Why Is Melancha Black? Gertrude Stein, Physiognomy, and the Jewish Question

Introduction—Lynching and its Legacies: Racial Dynamics of Discipline and Punishment in American Culture

Introduction—Le legs du lynchage : dynamique raciale de la discipline et de la punition dans la culture étatsunienne

The Mode of Lynching: One Method of Vigilante Justice

Sound and Silence: The Politics of Reading Early Twentieth-Century Lynching Poetry

‘‘I’m Not Black, I’m O.J.’’: Constructions, Productions, and Refractions of Blackness

Black Women and State-Sanctioned Violence: A History of Victimization and Exclusion

Shame and the Ex-Convict: The New Jim Crow, African American Literature, and Edward P. Jones’s ‘‘Old Boys, Old Girls’’

Le poète à l’essai : une transaction secrète chez Ralph Waldo Emerson

The Memory Exchange: Public Mourning at the National 9/11 Memorial Museum

‘‘Act Two for America’’: Narcissism, Money, and the Death of American Literature in Gary Shteyngart’s Super Sad True Love Story

American Studies in Review: Graduate Education and Humanities Crisis

From the ‘‘L Chamber’’ to the Wood-Pile: Negotiating Space in Harriet E. Wilson’s Our Nig

Re-Visioning American Literary Naturalism

Bleeding Edge, Neo-Liberalism, and the 9/11 Novel

Iola’s War on Alcohol, Lynching, and the Rise of the Carceral State

Keeping the Golden Door Ajar: The Business Case for Mexican Labour Migration to the United States in the 1920s

Locating ‘‘Dixie’’ in Newspaper Discourse and Theatrical Performance in Toronto, 1880s to 1920s

American Studies in Review: Connecting the Dots: The Foundation of American Empire