restricted access   Volume 55, Number 3, September 2003

Table of Contents

From: American Quarterly

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Editor's Note

pp. vi-vii

Online Voting

p. 539


Where in the World Is American Studies? Presidential Address to the American Studies Association, Houston, Texas, November 15, 2002

pp. 333-352

To "Corroborate Our Own Claims": Public Positioning and the Slavery Metaphor in Revolutionary America

pp. 353-386

From Spirituals to Swing: Sister Rosetta Tharpe and Gospel Crossover

pp. 387-416

"Delicious Horrors": Mass Culture, The Red Cross, and the Appeal of Modern American Humanitarianism

pp. 417-455

Exhibition Review

On Looking: Lynching Photographs and Legacies of Lynching after 9/11

pp. 457-478

Book Reviews

What's the Matter?

pp. 479-487

Rehabilitating the Academy

pp. 489-497

Envisioning a "Trenchant" Interdisciplinary Practice: Writing on Asian/American Women

pp. 499-506

Rediscovering Literature in a World of Texts

pp. 507-513

Re-visioning Reform

pp. 515-523

Freakishly, Fraudulently Modern

pp. 525-538