restricted access   Volume 52, Number 1, 2017

Table of Contents

Special Issue

Guest Editors: Sari Altschuler and Cristobal Silva

Early American Disability Studies

pp. 1-27
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The Governor’s Two Bodies: Polity and Monstrosity in Winthrop’s Boston

pp. 29-52
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“Confined unto a Low Chair”: Reading the Particulars of Disability in Cotton Mather’s Miracle Narratives

pp. 53-78
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“Defective in One of the Principle Parts of Virility”: Impotence, Generation, and Defining Disability in Early North America

pp. 79-107
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Lunacy and Liberation: Black Crime, Disability, and the Production and Eradication of the Early National Enemy

pp. 109-140
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Revolutionary War Invalid Pensions and the Bureaucratic Language of Disability in the Early Republic

pp. 141-167
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Response: How Do Early Americans with Disabilities Act?

pp. 169-176
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Review Essays

Old Stories, New Networks

pp. 177-190
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Exceptionalism, Agency, and the Misunderstood Origins of American Culture

pp. 191-200
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Book Reviews

Liberty’s Prisoners: Carceral Culture in Early America by Jen Manion (review)

pp. 201-206
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The Origins of American Religious Nationalism by Sam Haselby (review)

pp. 206-211
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Planters, Merchants, and Slaves: Plantation Societies in British America, 1650−1820 by Trevor Burnard (review)

pp. 212-216
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Nation and Migration: The Making of British Atlantic Literature, 1765−1835 by Juliet Shields (review)

pp. 216-218
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Aiming for Pensacola: Fugitive Slaves on the Atlantic and Southern Frontiers by Matthew J. Clavin (review)

pp. 218-222
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The Haitian Declaration of Independence: Creation, Context, and Legacy ed. by Julia Gaffield (review)

pp. 223-227
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Slavery and the Democratic Conscience: Political Life in Jeffersonian America by Padraig Riley (review)

pp. 227-231
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The Citizen Poets of Boston: A Collection of Forgotten Poems, 1789−1820 ed. by Paul Lewis (review)

pp. 231-235
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Finding Charity’s Folk: Enslaved and Free Black Women in Maryland by Jessica Millward (review)

pp. 236-240
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The Making of Tocqueville’s America: Law and Association in the Early United States by Kevin Butterfield (review)

pp. 240-245
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Barbaric Culture and Black Critique: Black Antislavery Writers, Religion, and the Slaveholding Atlantic by Stefan M. Wheelock (review)

pp. 246-249
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The Public Universal Friend: Jemima Wilkinson and Religious Enthusiasm in Revolutionary America by Paul B. Moyer (review)

pp. 249-253
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Quakers and Abolition ed. by Brycchan Carey and Geoffrey Plank (review)

pp. 253-256
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Conference Review

Translation and Transmission in the Early Americas: The Fourth Early Americanist “Summit

pp. 257-261
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Editors Note

pp. 263-264
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Notes on Contributors

pp. 265-268
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