1. Response to the Presidential Address to the American Studies Association, Hartford, Connecticut, October 17, 2003
  2. Paul Giles
  3. pp. 19-24
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  1. Translating Empire: The Border Homeland of Rio Grande City, Texas
  2. José Eduardo Limón
  3. pp. 25-32
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  1. Edward Said and American Studies
  2. John Carlos Rowe
  3. pp. 33-47
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  1. Early American Nations as Imagined Communities
  2. Ed White
  3. pp. 49-81
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  1. Hawaiians on Tour: Hula Circuits Through the American Empire
  2. Adria L. Imada
  3. pp. 111-149
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  1. A House in the Nation's Attic
  2. Briann G. Greenfield
  3. pp. 151-162
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  1. Un-bridaled Pageantry; or, Here Comes the Eruption of Queer Desires
  2. Lori Askeland
  3. pp. 163-170
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  1. How Publics Matter: A Handbook for Alternative World-Making
  2. Jessica Blaustein
  3. pp. 171-181
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  1. "The Circle of 'We'": The Strange History of American Adoption
  2. Robin Hemenway
  3. pp. 183-192
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  1. Matter on the Mind
  2. Nancy Bentley
  3. pp. 193-200
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  1. Visualizing Stories of Time and Place
  2. Steven D. Hoelscher
  3. pp. 201-211
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  1. From Sit-ins to "Shirt-ins": Why Consumer Politics Matter More than Ever
  2. Kathy M. Newman
  3. pp. 213-221
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