1. What Good Can Literary History Do?
  2. Jonathan Arac
  3. pp. 1-11
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  1. A Response to Jonathan Arac
  2. Jonathan Elmer
  3. pp. 12-21
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  1. Antipodean American Literature: Franklin, Twain, and the Sphere of Subalternity
  2. Paul Giles
  3. pp. 22-50
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  1. Can the Antipodean Speak? A Response to Paul Giles
  2. Lauren M. E. Goodlad
  3. pp. 51-56
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  1. Women, Blood, and Contract
  2. Shirley Samuels
  3. pp. 57-75
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  1. Blood, Republicanism, and the Return of George Washington: A Response to Shirley Samuels
  2. Andy Doolen
  3. pp. 76-82
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  1. The Rise of the New Atlantic Studies Matrix
  2. William Q. Boelhower
  3. pp. 83-101
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  1. Oceanic, Traumatic, Post-Paradigmatic: A Response to William Boelhower
  2. Joshua Esty
  3. pp. 102-107
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  1. National Treasure, Global Value, and American Literary Studies
  2. Eric Lott
  3. pp. 108-123
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  1. Blood and Treasure: A Response to Eric Lott
  2. Susan M., Ph. D. Ryan
  3. pp. 124-131
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  1. The Unkillable Dream of the Great American Novel: Moby-Dick as Test Case
  2. Lawrence Buell
  3. pp. 132-155
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  1. A Response to Lawrence Buell
  2. Robert Milder
  3. pp. 156-159
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  1. Border Literary Histories, Globalization, and Critical Regionalism
  2. José Eduardo Limón
  3. pp. 160-182
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  1. Glocal Matters: A Response to José E. Limón
  2. Richard T. Rodríguez
  3. pp. 183-186
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  1. Otra vez Caliban/Encore Caliban: Adaptation, Translation, Americas Studies
  2. Susan Kay Gillman
  3. pp. 187-209
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  1. The Aesthetics of Our America: A Response to Susan Gillman
  2. Raúl Coronado
  3. pp. 210-216
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  1. Disability Politics and American Literary History: Some Suggestions
  2. Susan M. Schweik
  3. pp. 217-237
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  1. And Now, a Necessarily Pathetic Response: A Response to Susan Schweik
  2. Catherine Prendergast
  3. pp. 238-244
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  1. The Rise of Arab-American Literature: Orientalism and Cultural Translation in the Work of Ameen Rihani
  2. Waïl S. Hassan
  3. pp. 245-275
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  1. Response to Waïl Hassan
  2. Marilyn Booth
  3. pp. 276-285
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  1. Critical Historicism
  2. Ali Behdad
  3. pp. 286-299
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  1. Postcolonial Studies after 9/11: A Response to Ali Behdad
  2. Susan Koshy
  3. pp. 300-303
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  1. "Are We There Yet?": Archives, History, and Specificity in African-American Literary Studies
  2. Xiomara Santamarina
  3. pp. 304-316
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  1. A Response to Xiomara Santamarina
  2. Mark Christian Thompson
  3. pp. 317-320
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  1. After Man
  2. Alexander G. Weheliye
  3. pp. 321-336
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  1. Re-viewing Black Studies: Articulating Identity from Diaspora: A Response to Alexander Weheliye
  2. H. Adlai Murdoch
  3. pp. 337-345
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  1. Objectivist Blues: Scoring Speech in Second-Wave Modernist Poetry and Lyrics
  2. Charles Bernstein
  3. pp. 346-368
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  1. A Response to Charles Bernstein
  2. John Timberman Newcomb
  3. pp. 369-380
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  1. Ecocriticism and the Transnational Turn in American Studies
  2. Ursula K. Heise
  3. pp. 381-404
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  1. A Response to Ursula Heise
  2. Spencer Schaffner
  3. pp. 405-409
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  1. On the Period Formerly Known as Contemporary
  2. Amy Hungerford
  3. pp. 410-419
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  1. Historicizing the Contemporary: A Response to Amy Hungerford
  2. Gordon Hutner
  3. pp. 420-424
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