American Quarterly

American Quarterly 53.2, June 2001

Articles

    Frisch, Michael H.
  • Prismatics, Multivalence, and Other Riffs on the Millennial Moment: Presidential Address to the American Studies Association, 13 October 2000
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    Subject Headings:
    • Pan-American Exposition (1901 : Buffalo, N.Y.)
    • United States -- Study and teaching.
    Thompson, Shirley.
  • "Ah Toucoutou, ye conin vous": History and Memory in Creole New Orleans
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    Subject Headings:
    • Creoles -- Louisiana -- New Orleans -- Social conditions.
    • Creoles -- Louisiana -- New Orleans -- Race identity.
    • Creoles -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Louisiana -- New Orleans.
    Marez, Curtis.
  • Signifying Spain, Becoming Comanche, Making Mexicans: Indian Captivity and the History of Chicana/o Popular Performance
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    Subject Headings:
    • Captivity narratives -- Southwest, New.
    • Comanche Indians -- History.
    • Mexican Americans -- Ethnic identity.

Exhibition Review

    Smith, Jane Webb, 1951-
  • We Were Here First!: Trials and Triumphs of Exhibiting the History of Seventeenth-Century America in the Chesapeake
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    Subject Headings:
    • DeWitt Wallace Gallery of Decorative Arts. 1699: when Virginia was the wild west! [exhibition]
    • Carson, Cary.
    • Prown, Jonathan, cur.
    • Gilliam, Jan Kirsten, cur.
    • Williamsburg (Va.) -- History -- Exhibitions.

Book Reviews

    Blackmar, Elizabeth, 1950-
  • Modernist Ruins
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    Subject Headings:
    • Brown, Peter (Peter T.) On the Plains.
    • Evans, Terry. Disarming the prairie.
    • Sekula, Allan. Fish story.
    • Vergara, Camilo J. American ruins.
    • Great Plains -- Pictorial works.
    • Prairies -- Illinois -- Chicago Region -- Pictorial works -- Exhibitions.
    Waldstreicher, David.
  • Anti-Foundational Founders: Did Post-structuralism Fail the Historians, or Did the Historians Fail Post-structuralism?
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    Subject Headings:
    • Cornell, Saul. Other founders: Anti-Federalism and the dissenting tradition in America, 1788-1828.
    • United States -- Politics and government -- 1783-1865.
    McMillian, John.
  • "There's Something Happening Here": The Sexual Revolution in Lawrence, Kansas
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    Subject Headings:
    • Bailey, Beth L., 1957- Sex in the heartland.
    • Sex customs -- Middle West -- History -- 20th century.
    Howard, Vicki.
  • Imagining Consumers
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    Subject Headings:
    • Blaszczyk, Regina Lee. Imagining consumers: design and innovation from Wedgwood to Corning.
    • Ceramic tableware industry -- United States -- History.
    Holcomb, Gary E.
  • New Negroes, Black Communists, and the New Pluralism
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    Subject Headings:
    • Maxwell, William J. New Negro, old Left: African-American writing and Communism between the wars.
    • Robinson, Cedric J. Black marxism: the making of the Black radical tradition.
    • American literature -- African American authors -- History and criticism.
    • Communism -- Africa.
    Cacho, Lisa Marie.
  • Situating Space in "Local" and "Global" Struggles
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    Subject Headings:
    • Harvey, David, 1935- Spaces of hope.
    • McClung, William A. Landscapes of desire: Anglo mythologies of Los Angeles.
    • Villa, Raúl. Barrio logos: space and place in urban Chicano literature and culture.
    • Communism and geography.
    • Los Angeles Region (Calif.) -- Civilization -- 19th century.



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