1. Projecting Early American Literary Studies
  2. Sandra M. Gustafson, Gordon Hutner
  3. pp. 245-249
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  1. Early American Literature and American Literary History at the "Hemispheric Turn"
  2. Ralph Bauer
  3. pp. 250-265
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  1. Doing the Hemisphere Differently: A Response to Ralph Bauer
  2. Suzanne Bost
  3. pp. 266-270
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  1. Land and Literacy: The Textualities of Native Studies
  2. Stephanie Fitzgerald, Hilary E. Wyss
  3. pp. 271-279
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  1. The Presence of Early Native Studies: A Response to Stephanie Fitzgerald and Hilary E. Wyss
  2. Eric Gary Anderson
  3. pp. 280-288
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  1. Rummaging/In and Out of Holds
  2. Susan Scott Parrish
  3. pp. 289-301
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  1. A Response to Susan Scott Parrish
  2. Melissa Littlefield
  3. pp. 302-306
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  1. New England, Nonesuch
  2. Matt Cohen
  3. pp. 307-319
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  1. New Media, Nonesuch: A Response to Matt Cohen
  2. Joseph Tabbi
  3. pp. 320-324
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  1. Revolutions in the Meaning and Study of Politics
  2. Eric Slauter
  3. pp. 325-340
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  1. Quantifying Culture?: A Response to Eric Slauter
  2. Michael Rothberg
  3. pp. 341-346
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  1. Renegades from Barbary: The Transnational Turn in Captivity Studies
  2. Gordon M. Sayre
  3. pp. 347-359
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  1. Disorienting Captivity: A Response to Gordon Sayre
  2. Brian T. Edwards
  3. pp. 360-367
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  1. Genealogies of Our Concerns, Early (African) American Print Culture, and Transcending Tough Times
  2. Frances Smith Foster
  3. pp. 368-380
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  1. Recapitulating the Yam: The Promise of African-American Literary Studies at History's End: A Response to Frances Smith Foster
  2. Erica R. Edwards
  3. pp. 381-389
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  1. Still(ed) Lives
  2. Susan M. Stabile
  3. pp. 390-412
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  1. Mobile Afterlives: A Response to Susan Stabile
  2. Stephanie Foote
  3. pp. 413-418
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  1. Projecting Early American Environmental Writing
  2. Timothy Sweet
  3. pp. 419-431
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  1. Is Early American Environmental Writing Sustainable?: A Response to Timothy Sweet
  2. Daniel J. Philippon
  3. pp. 432-438
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  1. From Edwards to Baldwin: Heterodoxy, Discontinuity, and New Narratives of American Religious-Literary History
  2. Joanna Brooks
  3. pp. 439-453
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  1. Threshing Floors: A Response to Joanna Brooks
  2. Susan M. Griffin
  3. pp. 454-458
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  1. Settler Postcolonialism as a Reading Strategy
  2. Edward Watts
  3. pp. 459-470
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  1. Globality and the Ends of the Nation-Form: A Response to Edward Watts
  2. Chandan Reddy
  3. pp. 471-479
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  1. The Theory Gap
  2. Ed White, Michael J. Drexler
  3. pp. 480-494
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  1. Disciplinary Panic: A Response to Ed White and Michael Drexler
  2. Russ Castronovo
  3. pp. 495-500
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