1. American Literary History and the Romance with America
  2. Winfried Fluck
  3. pp. 1-18
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  1. Re-thinking “American Studies after US Exceptionalism”
  2. Donald Pease
  3. pp. 19-27
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  1. Hemispheric Islam: Continents and Centuries for American Literature
  2. Wai Chee Dimock
  3. pp. 28-52
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  1. Transcendental Islam: The Worlding of Our America: A Response to Wai Chee Dimock
  2. Trish Loughran
  3. pp. 53-66
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  1. Sex, Panic, Nation
  2. Bruce Burgett
  3. pp. 67-86
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  1. A Response to Bruce Burgett
  2. Virginia L. Blum
  3. pp. 87-93
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  1. Ad bellum purificandum, or, Giving Peace a (Fighting) Chance in American Studies
  2. Giorgio Mariani
  3. pp. 96-119
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  1. Kenneth Burke and American Studies: A Response to Giorgio Mariani
  2. Debra Hawhee
  3. pp. 123-127
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  1. Open Doors, Closed Minds: American Prose Writing at a Time of Crisis
  2. Richard Gray
  3. pp. 128-148
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  1. A Failure of the Imagination: Diagnosing the Post-9/11 Novel: A Response to Richard Gray
  2. Michael Rothberg
  3. pp. 152-158
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  1. “A Democratic and Fraternal Humanism”: The Cant of Pessimism and Newton Arvin’s Queer Socialism
  2. Chris Castiglia
  3. pp. 159-182
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