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This issue contains 24 articles in total

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  1. Putting Them on the Map: Mapping the Agents of the Colored Co-operative Publishing Company by Alisha Knight (review)
  2. Remembering Lucile: A Virginia Family’s Rise from Slavery and a Legacy Forged a Mile High by Polly E. Bugros McLean (review)
  3. Selected Poems of Edith Wharton ed. by Irene Goldman-Price (review)
  4. The Superwoman and Other Writings by Miriam Michelson ed. by Lori Harrison-Kahan (review)
  5. American Literary History and the Turn toward Modernity ed. by Melanie V. Dawson and Meredith L. Goldsmith (review)
  6. Chromographia: American Literature and the Modernization of Color by Nicholas Gaskill (review)
  7. Reading for Reform: The Social Work of Literature in the Progressive Era by Laura R. Fisher (review)
  8. Stripped and Script: Loyalist Women of the American Revolution by Kacy Dowd Tillman (review)
  9. The Suffrage Centennial and Reading Black Feminisms
  10. Frances E. W. Harper, A Model Citizen Who Couldn’t Vote
  11. Woman Suffrage in the American West: Emma Ghent Curtis’s The Administratrix
  12. Laura Curtis Bullard and Women’s Rights Literature
  13. Lessons from the Superwoman: Miriam Michelson’s Literary Activism
  14. Hidden Histories and the History of Ambivalence
  15. Suffrage Elimination Dance
  16. “An Army of Organized Women”: Race, Place, and the Politics of Suffrage in America
  17. Suffragism beyond Suffrage
  18. The Nineteenth Amendment Centennial and the Politics of Memorialization: Literary Engagements in Public Storytelling
  19. Truth versus Hypocrisy
  20. The Old and the New Order. A Story of Southern Life, Giving a Glimpse at the Trials of the Educated Colored Man and the Conservatism of Prejudice—in Three Chapters
  21. Two Stories by Barbara E. Pope
  22. Teaching to Resist, Teaching to Recover: Charlotte Forten’s Sea Islands Archives across Private and Public Forms
  23. Creeping in the Crevices: Geology and the Re-scaling of Women’s Mobility in Elizabeth Stoddard’s The Morgesons
  24. Staging Enfleshment: Toward Lines of Flight in Harriet Wilson’s Our Nig; or, Sketches from the Life of a Free Black
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