1. We Have Never Been Anti-Exceptionalists
  2. Dana D. Nelson
  3. pp. e1-e17
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  1. Clannishness: Jewett, Zitkala-Ša, and the Secularization of Kinship
  2. Nancy Bentley
  3. pp. 161-186
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  1. Katherine Anne Porter’s Familiar Countries
  2. Melanie Benson Taylor
  3. pp. 187-206
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  1. Of Hammers, Hurricanes, and History: Oscar Casares’s Brownsville, Postracial Affect, and the Latina/o Studies Field-Imaginary
  2. Alberto Varon
  3. pp. 207-228
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  1. The Limits of Critique and the Affordances of Form: Literary Studies after the Hermeneutics of Suspicion
  2. Winfried Fluck
  3. pp. 229-248
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Responses to Winifred Fluck

  1. Both/And: A Response to Winfried Fluck
  2. Rita Felski
  3. pp. 249-254
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  1. Not Against Structure, but in Search of Better Structures: A Response to Winfried Fluck
  2. Caroline Levine
  3. pp. 255-259
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  1. Race in the Crucible of Literary Debate: A Response to Winfried Fluck
  2. Mark C. Jerng
  3. pp. 260-271
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  1. Steel Traps: A Response to Winfried Fluck
  2. Dana D. Nelson
  3. pp. 272-286
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  1. “We Gotta Get Out of this Place”: Literary Criticism in the Academic WorkplaceA Response to Winfried Fluck
  2. Leonard Cassuto
  3. pp. 287-295
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  1. A Reply
  2. Winfried Fluck
  3. pp. 296-300
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  1. Safeguarding the Past: “Presentist” Historicism
  2. Francesca Sawaya
  3. pp. 301-311
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  1. Gatekeeping Stories of Dissent and Mobility
  2. Rafael Pérez-Torres
  3. pp. 312-324
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  1. Illuminating the Anthropocene: Ecopoetic Explorers at the Edge of the Naturecultures Abyss
  2. Bernard Quetchenbach
  3. pp. 325-335
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  1. The Exhaustion of Authenticity: Biopolitical Aural Regimes and American Popular Music
  2. Jairo Moreno
  3. pp. 336-346
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  1. The Weird, the Ontological, and the Normal
  2. Andrew Strombeck
  3. pp. 347-355
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  1. The Ends of Human Rights in US Literary Studies
  2. Brian K. Goodman
  3. pp. 356-368
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