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From: Canadian Review of American Studies

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‘‘Courage to Do What Is Right’’ on Cold War Broadway: Leonard Spigelgass’ A Majority of One

Urban Captivity Narratives: Captivity and Confession in Women’s Writing

Memoir of a Republican Royalist: Gouverneur Morris, Chronicler and Actor of the French Revolution

Introduction to Special Issue of CRAS: Culture and the Economization of Everything

Laughing Sam and Krazy Kats: The Black Comic Sensibility

Between North and South: Cuba and the Ends of US Sovereignty

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s Evangeline: A Tale of Acadie and the Ambiguous Afterlife of the History of the Acadians

Mark Twain at Home and Abroad

Sovereignty Serving Selves

Is a Trojan Horse an Empty Signifier? The Televisual Politics of Orange Is the New Black

Contested ‘‘Places’’ and Conflicted Nexuses in Gloria Naylor’s Linden Hills and Mairuth Sarsfield’s No Crystal Stair

‘‘As Nice a Little Saleswoman, as I Am a Housewife’’: Domesticity, Education, and Separate Spheres in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The House of the Seven Gables

American Studies in Review: Food, Museums, and Cultural Heritage Sites

Why Is Melancha Black? Gertrude Stein, Physiognomy, and the Jewish Question