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  Volume 57, Number 2, June 2005

Table of Contents

From: American Quarterly

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Enduring Freedom: Public Diplomacy and U.S. Foreign Policy

pp. 309-333

Enduring Public Diplomacy

pp. 335-343

Requiem for Public Diplomacy?

pp. 345-353


"Jeff College Boys": Thomas Eakins, Dr. Forbes, and Anatomical Fraternity in Postbellum Philadelphia

pp. 355-383

"Was It Right to Love Her Brother's Wife So Passionately?": Lesbian Pulp Novels and U.S. Lesbian Identity, 1950-1965

pp. 385-410

Sex and the City: The White Slavery Scare and Social Governance in the Progressive Era

pp. 411-437

Language, the University, and American Studies in Korea

pp. 439-462


Rethinking Sex: Alfred Kinsey Now

pp. 463-474

All Things Considered

pp. 475-483

The National Museum of the American Indian as Cultural Sovereignty

pp. 485-506

Strangers, Neighbors, Aliens in a New America: Migration Stories for the Twenty-First Century

pp. 507-521

Book Reviews

The Miscegenation Analogy Revisted: Same-Sex Marriage as a Civil Rights Story

pp. 523-531

Policy, Politics, and the Remaking of Immigration History

pp. 533-540

Post Post-Identity

pp. 541-554

The Future of the American/Bourgeois Self

pp. 555-560

All That Jazz Was: Remembering the Mainstream Avant-Garde

pp. 561-572

From Emancipation to Equality: The Afro-Latin's Unfinished Struggle

pp. 573-581

Assimilation and Exoticism: The Dialectic of Diversity Management

pp. 583-588



pp. 589-592

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