1. Where in the World Is American Studies? Presidential Address to the American Studies Association, Houston, Texas, November 15, 2002
  2. Stephen H. Sumida
  3. pp. 333-352
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  1. To "Corroborate Our Own Claims": Public Positioning and the Slavery Metaphor in Revolutionary America
  2. Peter A. Dorsey
  3. pp. 353-386
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  1. From Spirituals to Swing: Sister Rosetta Tharpe and Gospel Crossover
  2. Gayle Wald
  3. pp. 387-416
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  1. "Delicious Horrors": Mass Culture, The Red Cross, and the Appeal of Modern American Humanitarianism
  2. Kevin Rozario
  3. pp. 417-455
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  1. On Looking: Lynching Photographs and Legacies of Lynching after 9/11
  2. Dora Apel
  3. pp. 457-478
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  1. What's the Matter?
  2. John Carlos Rowe
  3. pp. 479-487
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  1. Rehabilitating the Academy
  2. Ray Pence
  3. pp. 489-497
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  1. Envisioning a "Trenchant" Interdisciplinary Practice: Writing on Asian/American Women
  2. Grace Wang
  3. pp. 499-506
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  1. Rediscovering Literature in a World of Texts
  2. Susan M., Ph. D. Ryan
  3. pp. 507-513
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  1. Re-visioning Reform
  2. Dorothy Chansky
  3. pp. 515-523
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  1. Freakishly, Fraudulently Modern
  2. Janet M. Davis
  3. pp. 525-538
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  1. Online Voting
  2. p. 539
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  1. Editor's Note
  2. Marita Sturken
  3. pp. vi-vii
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