restricted access   Volume 69, Number 1, March 2017

Table of Contents

Editor’s Note

pp. v-vi


Color Was a Bar to the Entrance: African American Activism and the Question of Social Equality in Lincoln’s White House

pp. 1-22

“Life Given Straight from the Heart”: Settler Militarism, Biopolitics, and Public Health in Hawai‘i during World War II

pp. 23-45

“To Die for a Lousy Bike”: Bicycles, Race, and the Regulation of Public Space on the Streets of Washington, DC, 1963–2009

pp. 47-70

Kicking the Vietnam Syndrome Narrative: Human Rights, the Nayirah Testimony, and the Gulf War

pp. 71-92

Race and Allegory in Mass Culture: Historicizing The X-Files

pp. 93-115

Book Reviews

Intersectionality and Its Discontents

pp. 117-129

Erotic Labor and the Black Ecstatic “Beyond”

pp. 131-147

“Antimatters”: Recovering Discourses of Opposition from the Popular Front to the Cold War

pp. 149-162

Engendering Responsibility and Citizenship in War

pp. 163-175

Event Reviews

Shuffle and Repeat: A Review of George C. Wolfe’s Shuffle Along

pp. 177-186


pp. 187-189