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Volume 26, Number 3, Fall 2014

Table of Contents


Fantasies of Conversion: The Sensational Jewess in Poe and Hawthorne’s America

pp. 431-461

Campus Novels and the Nation of Peers

pp. 462-483

When Wendell Willkie Went Visiting: Between Interdependency and Exceptionalism in the Public Feeling for One World

pp. 484-510

In a Future Tense: Immigration Law, Counterfactual Histories, and Chinese Invasion Fiction

pp. 511-535

“I Read even the Scraps of Paper I Find on the Street”: A Thesis on the Contemporary Literatures of the Americas

pp. 536-558


The Times of Transnational American Studies

pp. 559-568

Legible Signs: Science and Medicine in Early American Culture

pp. 569-580

Constellating Dickinson

pp. 581-591

Transnational Field Imaginaries and the Transformation of Chicano/a Literary Studies

pp. 592-602

It’s Not Easy Being Red: The Rise and Fall of the Literary Left

pp. 603-615

The Cold War Culture of Containment Revisited

pp. 616-626

The Civil War: Post-9/11

pp. 627-638

The Human and the Idea(l) of Justice

pp. 639-645

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