1. The Exodus of Martin Delany
  2. Grant Shreve
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  1. "Oil Was Trumps": John Dos Passos' U.S.A., World War I, and the Growth of the Petromodern State
  2. Mark Whalan
  3. pp. 474-498
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  1. The Invention of the Global MFA: Taiwanese Writers at Iowa, 1964–1980
  2. Richard Jean So
  3. pp. 499-520
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  1. Danticat's Vodou Vernacular of Women's Human Rights
  2. Gwen Bergner
  3. pp. 521-545
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  1. Racial Capitalism and American Literary Studies in the Web of Life
  2. Sean X. Goudie
  3. pp. 546-564
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  1. It's the End of the Field as We Know It (and I Feel Fine)
  2. Molly Wallace
  3. pp. 565-578
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  1. Contested Encounters: Boundaries of American Studies and the Middle East
  2. Perin Gürel
  3. pp. 579-591
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  1. Translation as History/History as Failure
  2. Susan Gillman
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  1. Reading for Neoliberalism, Reading like Neoliberals
  2. Leigh Claire La Berge, Quinn Slobodian
  3. pp. 602-614
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  1. Aestheticizing Insecurity: A Response to Security Studies and American Literary History
  2. Johannes Voelz
  3. pp. 615-624
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  1. Beautiful Walls: A Response to Johannes Voelz
  2. David Watson
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  1. Erratum
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