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  • ForthcomingVolume 29, Number 2

Introduction: Archival Turns in American Literary History by Thomas Augst

Blanks: Data, Method, and the British American Print Shop by Matthew P. Brown

Translatio Studii and the Poetics of the Digital Archive: Early American Literature, Caribbean Assemblages, and Freedom Dreams by Elizabeth Maddock Dillon

New World: The Impact of Digitization on the Study of Slavery by Britt Rusert

Networked Literary History and the Bohemians of Antebellum New York by Edward Whitley

Gilman’s Paperwork: Authorship, Accounting, and Archival Memory by Craig Carey

Bibliographic Enterprise and the Digital Age: Charles Evans and the Making of Early American Literature by Molly O’Hagan Hardy

On Foreign Grounds: Toward an Alternative US Literary History, Archive, Methodology by Peter Mallios

Remediating the Latin@ Sixties by Urayoán Noel

Archival Performances: Collaborative Theater and Approaches to Indigenous History by Denise Cruz

The Continuing Circulations of New England’s Tribal Newsletters by Siobhan Senier

Commentary: Archives and the Spirit of American Literary History by Matt Cohen



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