restricted access   Volume 6, Number 1, Spring 2018

Table of Contents

Editors' Introduction: The Next Phase of J19

pp. vii-viii
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Pleasure Reading

p. 1
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Call For Letters

p. 2
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Pleasure Reading

Devil's Dream

pp. 3-14
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free access   Approaching Ahab Blind

pp. 14-24
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Letter

Peradventure Feeble: A Response to Robert Levine

pp. 25-28
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Essays

Visualizing in Black Print: The Brooklyn Correspondence of William J. Wilson aka "Ethiop"

pp. 29-66
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Rock Island Revisited: Black Hawk's Life, Keokuk's Oratory, and the Critique of US Indian Policy

pp. 67-92
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"What an Insect Teacheth Thee": Space, Gender, and Species in Lydia Sigourney's Animal Poetry

pp. 93-116
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Four Million Freedmen and One Bronzed Body: Cuba's Ten Years War in US Culture, 1868–74

pp. 117-145
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"The Little Mistress": Chivalry, Autonomy, and Domestic Relations in E. D. E. N. Southworth's The Hidden Hand

pp. 147-165
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Forum: Afterlives of 19th Century American Racism

Introduction

pp. 167-174
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The End of Reconstruction, Again: Dylann Roof, Thomas Dixon Jr., and the Transhistorical Structures of Racist Feeling

pp. 174-181
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"Poor Eliza" on the Border

pp. 182-189
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Beyond "America for the Americans": Race and Empire in the Work of Demesvar Delorme

pp. 189-197
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Black-Asian Counterintimacies: Reading Sui Sin Far in Jamaica

pp. 197-204
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Lynching's Afterlife

pp. 204-211
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Contributor Biographies

pp. 213-216
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