1. Introduction—Lynching and Its Legacies: Racial Dynamics of Discipline and Punishment in American Culture
  2. Chris Vanderwees, Andrew Connolly
  3. pp. 1-9
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  1. Introduction—Le legs du lynchage: dynamique raciale de la discipline et de la punition dans la culture étatsunienne
  2. Chris Vanderwees, Andrew Connolly
  3. pp. 10-19
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  1. The Mode of Lynching: One Method of Vigilante Justice
  2. Erik Mortensen
  3. pp. 20-39
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  1. Sound and Silence: The Politics of Reading Early Twentieth-Century Lynching Poetry
  2. Maggie E. Morris Davis
  3. pp. 40-60
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  1. "I'm Not Black, I'm O.J.": Constructions, Productions, and Refractions of Blackness
  2. Priscilla Walton, Jonathan Chau
  3. pp. 61-76
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  1. Black Women and State-Sanctioned Violence: A History of Victimization and Exclusion
  2. Breea C. Willingham
  3. pp. 77-94
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  1. Shame and the Ex-Convict: The New Jim Crow, African American Literature, and Edward P. Jones's "Old Boys, Old Girls"
  2. Simon Rolston
  3. pp. 95-119
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