1. American Studies in Review: The Problem of Slavery in American Politics
  2. Michael E. Woods
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  1. Introduction—Vietnam, War, and the Global Imagination
  2. Timothy K. August, Evyn Lê Espiritu, Vinh Nguyen
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  1. Introduction – Le Vietnam, la guerre et l’imaginaire mondial
  2. Timothy K. August, Evyn Lê Espiritu, Vinh Nguyen
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  1. All the Promise in the World: Mobilizing Comparison in The Book of Salt
  2. Timothy K. August
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  1. Articulated Sorrows: Intercolonial Imaginings and the National Singular
  2. Nguyễn-võ Thu-hu’o’ng
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  1. Cold War Entanglements, Third World Solidarities: Vietnam and Palestine, 1967–75
  2. Evyn Lê Espiritu
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  1. Agent Orange Bodies: Việt, Ðú'c, and Transnational Narratives of Repair
  2. Natalia Duong
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  1. Teaching Vietnamese Vietnam War Stories in the Land of the ‘‘Big Red One’’
  2. Michele Janette
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  1. Commemorating Freedom: The Fortieth Anniversary of the ‘‘Fall of Saigon’’ in Canada
  2. Vinh Nguyen
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  1. Locating ‘‘Dixie’’ in Newspaper Discourse and Theatrical Performance in Toronto, 1880s to 1920s
  2. Cheryl Thompson
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  1. American Studies in Review: Connecting the Dots: The Foundation of American Empire
  2. Douglas S. Harvey
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  1. Iola’s War on Alcohol, Lynching, and the Rise of the Carceral State
  2. Carole Lynn Stewart
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  1. Keeping the Golden Door Ajar: The Business Case for Mexican Labour Migration to the United States in the 1920s
  2. Michael J. Sullivan
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  1. American Studies in Review: Graduate Education and Humanities Crisis
  2. Leanne Horinko
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  1. From the ‘‘L Chamber’’ to the Wood-Pile: Negotiating Space in Harriet E. Wilson’s Our Nig
  2. Miranda A. Green-Barteet
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  1. Re-Visioning American Literary Naturalism
  2. Marc Egnal
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  1. Bleeding Edge, Neo-Liberalism, and the 9/11 Novel
  2. Arin Keeble
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  1. Le poète à l’essai : une transaction secrète chez Ralph Waldo Emerson
  2. Yves Gardes
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  1. The Memory Exchange: Public Mourning at the National 9/11 Memorial Museum
  2. Sarah Senk
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  1. American Studies in Review: Food, Museums, and Cultural Heritage Sites
  2. Tanfer Emin Tunc
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  1. Why Is Melancha Black? Gertrude Stein, Physiognomy, and the Jewish Question
  2. Yeonsik Jung
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  1. Between North and South: Cuba and the Ends of US Sovereignty
  2. Rick Rodriguez
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  1. Sovereignty Serving Selves
  2. Jenna Hunnef
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