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  1. Excerpts from Sincerity; A Novel in a Series of Original Letters, by Susanna Rowson
  2. Introduction
  3. Introduction
  4. Editor's Note
  5. Selected Writings of Ella Higginson: Inventing Pacific Northwest Literature ed. by Laura Laffrado (review)
  6. Gender and Race in Antebellum Popular Culture by Sarah N. Roth (review)
  7. Alternate Origin Stories and Unexpected Archives: The Question of the Indigenous Literary
  8. Legible Natives: Making Native Women Visible in the Literary Arts
  9. Canonical Predicaments
  10. Scrupulous Sincerity: Susanna Rowson's Sentimental and Gothic Turns
  11. Six Lessons from the Just Teach One Project on Recovering Susanna Rowson's Sincerity
  12. Seriality and Susanna Rowson's Sincerity
  13. "Oh That I Were a Man!": Susanna Rowson's Lesson on Marital Entrapment
  14. Female Relationships in Susanna Rowson's Sincerity: The Bechdel Test and American Literature Syllabi
  15. The Heart of Capitalism: Contested Visions of Labor Reform in Lurana Sheldon's Department Store Novels
  16. "The Queer Feeling We All Know": Queer Objects and Orientations in Edith Wharton's (Haunted) Houses
  17. Black Classical Ruins and American Memory in the Poetry of H. Cordelia Ray
  18. Theorizing Democratic Feelings, Disagreement, and the Temporal Child in Catharine Maria Sedgwick's The Linwoods
  19. If We Are Brave Enough to Accept: Taking on the Challenges of Lydia Maria Child Today
  20. Lydia Maria Child's Abolition Democracy, and Ours
  21. The Problems of Citizenship: Revisiting Lydia Maria Child's Letters from New-York through a Social Justice Lens
  22. The Cost of the Gift: Gender and Labor in Lydia Maria Child's Writings
  23. Fostering the Future: Lydia Maria Child's Environmental Engagements in The Juvenile Miscellany and Beyond
  24. Lydia Maria Child's Legacy to the Twenty-First Century: The Law of Love versus Religious Bigotry, Anti-Immigrant Hysteria, and Mass Incarceration
  25. Honoring Lydia Maria Child's Legacy: An Inclusive Vision for an Author Society
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