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index: volume 31, 2008 articles Antoinette, Michelle. “Intimate Pasts Resurrected and Released: Sex, Death, and Faith in the Art of José Legaspi.” 31.1 (Winter): 133–60. Austin, Carolyn F. “The Endurance of Ash: Melancholia and the Persistance of the Material in Charlotte Salomon’s Leben? Oder Theater?” 31.1 (Winter): 103–32. Gardner, Jared. “Autography’s Biography, 1972–2007.” 31.1 (Winter): 1–26. Gurfinkel,Helena.“MyFatherandMyself:J.R.Ackerley’sMarginalModernistKünstlerroman.” 31.4 (Fall): 555–76. Hoff, Ann K. “Owning Memory: Elizabeth Bishop’s Authorial Restraint.” 31.4 (Fall): 577– 94. Jacobs, Dale. “Multimodal Constructions of Self: Autobiographical Comics and the Case of Joe Matt’s Peep Show.” 31.1 (Winter): 59–84. Komisaruk, Catherine. “Rape Narratives, Rape Silences: Sexual Violence and Judicial Testimony in Colonial Guatemala.” 31.3 (Summer): 369–96. Kraus, Carolyn. “Proof of Life: Memoir, Truth, and Documentary Evidence.” 31.2 (Spring): 245–68. McHugh, Kathleen. “Profane Illuminations: History and Collaboration in James Luna and Isaac Artenstein’s The History of the Luiseño People.” 31.3 (Summer): 429–60. McHugh, Kathleen, and Catherine Komisaruk. “Something Other Than Autobiography: Collaborative Life-Narratives in the Americas—An Introduction.” 31.3 (Summer): vii– xii. Poletti, Anna. “Auto/Assemblage: Reading the Zine.” 31.1 (Winter): 85–102. Van Toorn, Penny. “Slave Brands or Cicatrices? Writing on Aboriginal Skin in Tom Petrie’s Reminiscences of Early Queensland.” 31.2 (Spring): 223–44. Wachter, Phyllis E. “Annual Bibliography of Works about Life Writing, 2007–2008.” 31.4 (Fall): 595–724. Watson, Julia. “‘As Gay and as Indian as They Chose’: Collaboration and Counter-Ethnography in In the Land of the Grasshopper Song.” 31.3 (Summer): 397–428. Watson, Julia. “Autographic Disclosures and Genealogies of Desire in Alison Bechdel’s Fun Home.” 31.1 (Winter): 27–58. Whitlock, Gillian, and Anna Poletti. “Self-Regarding Art.” 31.1 (Winter): v–xxiii. reviews Akenson, Donald Harman. Some Family: The Mormons and How Humanity Keeps Track of Itself. Reviewed by Kathleen Flake. 31.3 (Summer): 480–84. Anderson, Dana. Identity’s Strategy: Rhetorical Selves in Conversion. Reviewed by Suzanne Diamond. 31.2 (Spring): 278–82. Index, Volume 31 827 Baena, Rosalia, ed. Transculturing Auto/Biography: Forms of Life Writing. Reviewed by Marlene Kadar 31.2 (Spring): 282–85. Bauckham, Richard. Jesus and the Eyewitnesses: The Gospels as Eyewitness Testimony. Reviewed by Telford Work. 31.2 (Spring): 290–95. Bernstein, Marc S. Stories of Joseph: Narrative Migrations between Judaism and Islam. Reviewed by Burton L. Visotzky. 31.2 (Spring): 295–97. Betteridge, Thomas, ed. Borders and Travellers in Early Modern Europe. Reviewed by Peter C. Mancall. 31.4 (Fall): 735–37. Bodenheimer, Rosemarie. Knowing Dickens. Reviewed by Natalie McKnight. 31.4 (Fall): 768–71. Brown, Susan, Patricia Clements, and Isobel Grundy. Orlando: Women’s Writing in the British Isles from the Beginnings to the Present. Reviewed by Alison Booth. 31.4 (Fall): 725–34. Boyle, Claire. Consuming Autobiographies: Reading and Writing the Self in Post-War France. Reviewed by Jane Hiddleston. 31.4 (Fall): 763–65. Cohler, Bertram J. Writing Desire: Sixty Years of Gay Autobiography. Reviewed by Mark McClelland . 31.2 (Spring): 310–12. Conway, Kathlyn. Illness and the Limits of Expression. Reviewed by Rita Charon. 31.4 (Fall): 740–44. Dawes, James. That the World May Know: Bearing Witness to Atrocity. Reviewed by Makau Mutua. 31.4 (Fall): 748–51. Diedrich, Lisa. Treatment: Language, Politics, and the Culture of Illness. Reviewed by Rita Charon. 31.4 (Fall): 740–44. Dijck, José van. Mediated Memories in the Digital Age. Reviewed by Alison Landsberg. 31.4 (Fall): 765–68. Felber, Lynette, ed. Clio’s Daughters: British Women Making History, 1790–1899. Reviewed by Stephanie Barczewski. 31.3 (Summer): 461–63. Fisch, Audrey. The Cambridge Companion to the African-American Slave Narrative. Reviewed by Jesse L. Dunbar. 31.3 (Summer): 478–80. Francaviglia, Richard, and Jerry Rodnitzky, eds. Lights, Camera, History: Portraying the Past in Film. Reviewed by Ina Rae Hark. 31.3 (Summer): 491–94. Freadman, Richard. This Crazy Thing a Life: Australian Jewish Autobiography. Reviewed by Suzanne Rutland. 31.3 (Summer): 489–91. Hartig, Rachel M. Crossing the Divide: Representations of Deafness in Biography. Reviewed by Brenda Jo Brueggemann. 31.2 (Spring): 312. Hodgkin...


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