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  • Contents, Volume 70, 2014
r. allen baros
Exploring the Limits of Chicana/o and American Studies: Five Texts Every Graduate Student Should Know
2/9
erin bartels buller
Vouching for Evidence: The New Life of Old Writing in Lillian Hellman’s Memoirs
1/109
chris coffman
Visual Economies of Queer Desire in Gertrude Stein’s The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas
4/49
carlos gallego
Introduction: Migration and Movement(s) in Chicano/a Literature
2/1
carlos gallego
Topographies of Resistance: Cognitive Mapping in Chicano/a Migrant Literature
2/21
marcial gonzález
Narrating the Inadmissible: Storytelling and Dialectical Form in Barefoot Heart and Children of the Fields
2/55
robert c. hamilton
“Constant Bliss in Every Atom”: Tedium and Transcendence in David Foster Wallace’s The Pale King
4/167
scarlett higgins
A Private Public Sphere: Robert Duncan and Jess’s Cold War Household
4/109
adam t. jernigan
James Baldwin’s Post-Sentimental Fiction: From “Previous Condition” to Another Country
1/173
alan lopez
Emerson’s Bayonet
3/1
marissa lópez
Chicano Vibrations: Notions of Vital Materiality in Lucha Corpi’s Black Widow’s Wardrobe
2/143
marcelle maese-cohen
“But It Should Begin in El Paso”: Civil Identities, Immigrant “World”-Traveling, and Pilgrimage Form in John Rechy’s City of Night
2/85
kristine a. miller
Reading and Writing the Post-9/11 Cop: Trauma, Personal Testimony, and Jess Walter’s The Zero
1/29
thomas l. morgan
Criticizing Local Color: Innovative Conformity in Kate Chopin’s Short Fiction
1/135
matthew mullins
Material Foundations: Retheorizing Native Writing and Social Construction in Leslie Marmon Silko’s Ceremony
3/31
masahiro nakamura
Versions of Yamoyden: Native Americans in Early Nineteenth-Century Narratives
3/129
dale pattison
Trauma and the 710: The New Metropolis in Helena María Viramontes’s Their Dogs Came with Them
2/115
pablo a. ramirez
Conquest’s Child: Gold, Contracts, and American Imperialism in María Amparo Ruiz de Burton’s Who Would Have Thought It?
4/143
laurel recker
“Happen Is Never Once”: The Temporality of Modernism’s Black Atlantic
4/25
forrest g. robinson
Everything’s Interesting: Cormac McCarthy and the Social Construction of Reality
3/87
ben rogerson
Wilder’s Mensch: United Artists and the Critique of Fordism
1/53
billy j. stratton
“Everything depends on reaching the coast”: Inscriptions of Placelessness in John Hillcoat’s Adaptation of The Road
4/85
matthew sussman
Disambiguating Henry James
4/1
brook thomas
Of Mules and Men, Fathers and Husbands, Schools and Suffrage: African American Manhood and the Paradox of Paternalism in Law and Literature after Emancipation
1/1
jordan tracy
“Come, we can go in”: Ekphrastic Thresholds in A. E. Stallings and Jorie Graham
3/55
david willbern
Dialogic Frontiers: History and Psychology in Lonesome Dove and Blood Meridian
1/81
rachel a. wise
Reading Rivalry, Race, and the Rise of a Southern Middle Class in Charles W. Chesnutt’s The Marrow of Tradition
3/157

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ISSN
1558-9595
Print ISSN
0004-1610
Pages
pp. 194-195
Launched on MUSE
2014-12-11
Open Access
No
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