1. Transnationalism as Metahistoriography: Washington Irving’s Chinese Americas
  2. Nan Z. Da
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  1. The Terminal: Eric Walrond, the City of Colón, and the Caribbean of the Panama Canal
  2. Jennifer Brittan
  3. pp. 294-316
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  1. The Ridicule of Time: Science Fiction, Bioethics, and the Posthuman
  2. Jay Clayton
  3. pp. 317-340
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  1. Neoliberal Family Matters
  2. Susan Koshy
  3. pp. 344-380
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  1. All on an American Table: Cotton Mather’s Biblia Americana
  2. Mitchell Breitwieser
  3. pp. 381-405
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  1. In the Realms of Sensibility
  2. William Huntting Howell
  3. pp. 406-417
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  1. Regarding the Pain of Children
  2. Patricia Crain
  3. pp. 418-429
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  1. Magazines, Modernity, and the Middle Class
  2. Mary Chapman
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  1. Situating Normal: Questions of Centrality in American Studies
  2. Jeff Allred
  3. pp. 441-454
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  1. Ecocriticism’s Hard Problems (Its Ironies, Too)
  2. Dana Phillips
  3. pp. 455-467
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  1. Poetic Commons
  2. Edward Brunner
  3. pp. 468-484
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  1. In Our Image: The Staging of Jewish-American Identity
  2. Hilene Flanzbaum
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  1. Disability Studies Now
  2. Rachel Adams
  3. pp. 495-507
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