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  1. Contributors
  2. International Year in Review: Introduction
  3. Welcome to Anjoli Roy
  4. Tributes to Stan Schab
  5. Editors’ Note
  6. Index: Volume 39, 2016
  7. aka Marcel Duchamp: Meditations on the Identities of an Artist eds. by Anne Collins Goodyear and James W. McManus (review)
  8. Memory and Migration: Multi-disciplinary Approaches to Memory Studies eds. by Julia Creet and Andreas Kitzmann (review)
  9. The Impossible Craft: Literary Biography by Scott Donaldson (review)
  10. Aux Origines du journal personnel: France, 1750–1815 by Philippe Lejeune (review)
  11. Annual Bibliography of Works about Life Writing, 2015–2016
  12. American Biography: The Year in The US
  13. The Life of the Body in American Autobiography: The Year in the Us
  14. Movement of Trade and Movement of People: The Year in The Uk
  15. Life Writing in Full Bloom: The Year in Romania
  16. Reflections and Insights: The Year in Portugal
  17. Biography in the Public Sphere: The Year in the Netherlands
  18. I Am No Hero, the Alternative to Being a Role Model: The Year in Korea
  19. Truth and Testimonies: The Year in Iceland
  20. Seeking Facts and Witnesses in a Post-Factual Age: The Year in Hungary
  21. Guntram Vesper’s Frohburg Between Religion and Politics: The Year in Germany
  22. “Life Writing” n’est pas français: The Year in France
  23. Old Traditions and New Experiments: The Year in Finland
  24. Nostalgia for Republican China: The Year in China
  25. Truth and Reconciliation in Life Writing: The Year in Canada
  26. Public Lives as Personal Assets, the Trial of Biography: The Year in Brazil
  27. Biography in Austria, a Selection: The Year in Austria
  28. Pictures at an Exhibition: The Year in Australia
  29. Making and Unmaking: Child-Soldier Memoirs and Human Rights Readers
  30. Digression, Slavery, and Failing to Return in the Narrative of the Sufferings of Lewis Clarke
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