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  1. Introduction
  2. Introduction
  3. Editor’s Note
  4. Domestic Subjects: Gender, Citizenship, and Law in Native American Literature by Beth M. Piatote (review)
  5. The Selected Letters of Elizabeth Stoddard Edited by Jennifer Putzi and Elizabeth Stockton (review)
  6. To Fight Aloud Is Very Brave: American Poetry and the Civil War by Faith Barrett (review)
  7. E. D. E. N. Southworth: Recovering a Nineteenth-Century Popular Novelist Edited by Melissa J. Homestead and Pamela T. Washington (review)
  8. Philosophies of Sex: Critical Essays on The Hermaphrodite Edited by Renée Bergland and Gary Williams (review)
  9. Childish Things: A Review of Robin Bernstein’s Racial Innocence, Kyla Wazana Tompkins’s Racial Indigestion, and Courtney Weikle-Mills’s Imaginary Citizens
  10. Twentieth-Anniversary Reflections on The Culture of Sentiment: Race, Gender, and Sentimentality in Nineteenth-Century America edited by Shirley Samuels (review)
  11. Twentieth-Anniversary Reflections on Written by Herself: Literary Production by African American Women, 1746–1892 by Frances Smith Foster (review)
  12. Thirty-Fifth-Anniversary Reflections on Woman’s Fiction: A Guide to Novels by and about Women in America, 1820–1870 by Nina Baym (review)
  13. Serving New York’s Black City
  14. Investing in Literature: Ernestine Rose and the Harlem Branch Public Library of the 1920s
  15. Excerpts from “Drinking Jack” (1881)
  16. Mary Dwinell Chellis Lund (1826–1891)
  17. Whiteness Visible
  18. Race and the Mind/Body Problem
  19. Twenty-First-Century African American Literary Studies as Movement
  20. Out of the Kitchen of the House of Fiction
  21. Do You Have Any Skin in the Game?
  22. Better a Bloody Shovel Than Ambivalence
  23. “Memorials of Exemplary Women Are Peculiarly Interesting”: Female Biography in Early National America
  24. Phillis Wheatley on Friendship
  25. Interpretive Challenges Posed by the Gendered Performances of Early American Female Criminals
  26. Looking for Stories of Inarticulate Women
  27. States of Recollection: How Seventeenth-Century Women Thought about Recovery and the Atlantic World
  28. Finding Place to Speak: Sarah Winnemucca’s Rhetorical Practices in Disciplinary Spaces
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