1. Epidemic Entertainments: Disease and Popular Culture in Early-Twentieth-Century America
  2. Nancy Tomes
  3. pp. 625-652
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  1. Communicable Americanism: Contagion, Geographic Fictions, and the Sociological Legacy of Robert E. Park
  2. Priscilla Wald
  3. pp. 653-685
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  1. Going Through the Motions: American Public Health and Colonial "Mimicry"
  2. Warwick Anderson
  3. pp. 686-719
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  1. "Porto Ricochet": Joking about Germs, Cancer, and Race Extermination in the 1930s
  2. Susan E. Lederer
  3. pp. 720-746
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  1. The Queer History of Leprosy and Same-Sex Love
  2. Gregory Tomso
  3. pp. 747-775
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  1. The Fever Next Time: The Race of Disease and the Disease of Racism in John Edgar Wideman
  2. Lisa Lynch
  3. pp. 776-804
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  1. The Sexist Gene: Science Fiction and the Germ Theory of History
  2. Heather Schell
  3. pp. 805-827
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  1. Contagion as Metaphor
  2. Cynthia J. Davis
  3. pp. 828-836
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  1. Contagion and Culture: A View from Victorian Studies
  2. Mary Burgan
  3. pp. 837-844
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  1. No Safe Place: Disease and Panic in American History
  2. Margaret Humphreys
  3. pp. 845-857
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  1. Contagion and Culture
  2. Martin S. Pernick
  3. pp. 858-865
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  1. Introduction: Contagion and Culture
  2. Priscilla Wald, Nancy Tomes, Lisa Lynch
  3. pp. 617-624
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  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. pp. 866-867
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