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American Studies Association 2006-Oct-12 to 2006-Oct-15
"A Hot Time At Santiago": James Weldon Johnson, Popular Music, and U.S. Expansion
"A Streetcar Named Deseo"
"Afro-" Signifying: Locating Black Ethnicity within American Studies' Transnational Gaze
"Bodies of Difference from Salome to The Nanny"
"Changing Meanings of Freedom in the Modern Civil Rights Movement"
"Citizenship, Racism and Sovereignty"
"Colombia Women: Beauty and Pliable Citizenship"
"Desert Motel''s Queer Relay
"Domesticity, Violence, and Nationhood: Women's Stories of the Civil War, 1861-1865"
"Elle s'affiche": Painted Portraits of Girls and the Global Spectacle of American Capital
"From Pocahontas to Abu Ghraib: America and Islam in the Longue Duree"
"Getting a Nut" on the "Joy of the Lord": Conversion and Represention of Condemned Women
"Hillbilly kids out of control": Abu Ghraib and Transnational Class Identities
"Honor Killings" and the Cultural Defense in Germany and the United States
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A Critique of "Loss of Face" Arguments in Cultural Defense Cases: A Comparative Study
A Filadelfia Affair
A New Era of Second-Generation Youth of Color Organizing
Kwon, Soo Ah.
A Provisional Defense for the Cultural Defense: People v. Wu, Culture and Law
A Report on East Bay Labor Politics
A Short History of the American Haiku: From Hartmann to Kerouac
A Tale of Two Sitings: Race, Class, and Nation in the Transportation and Transformation of Sewage
A US/South African Comparison of the early 20th Century reconsidered
A War of Words: American Rhetorical Violence and Cultural Anxiety During the Mexican War
Rodriguez, Jaime Javier.
A World in Balance: Hemispheric Black Connections Between Nineteenth-Century New York and Cuba
A Daughter of Africa Speaks in America: Maria W. Stewarts Discourse on the Nation
Aboriginal Embodied Memory: Figural Realism and Transnationalism in Baja and Alta California
About My Time in Berlin
Advertising at the "frontier": James Webb Young and the politics of consumption
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B17 G15 D4 to 21, 777, and Hard Eights: Speed, Risk, Speculation, and the Ceremonial Time of Indian Casinos
Babysitters Beware!: Impulses, Ideologies, and Girls Employment in the 1960s
Baldwin's Boys: Black Atlantic Hustle and Drift
Bayan Ko (My Country): Marcos Martial Law in the History of Filipino American Community-based Performance
Beautiful People in Jessica Hagedorn's Dogeaters: Designing Identities
Beauty in the Service of Public Diplomacy
Becoming White to Become American: Balkan Immigrants and the Transformation of Their Race pre- and post-911
Miscovic, Maja. and Ignacio, Emily Noelle.
Becoming Japanese American, half (mixed race), and from Hawai`i in Japan: Identity Developments of Americans of Japanese Ancestry in Japan
Between Black & White?: Hiroshima and the Politics of Fusion
Beyond Being In-Between: Adopting Transnationality
Beyond the Periphery of American Jazz
Black-Brown Resistance in Youth Culture: From the Jazz to the Hip-Hop Generation
Blaxploitation: Sweet Backs and Glimpsed Fronts
Blood Magic and Sorcery in the State Formation Archive
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Calculating Success: The Civil Rights Movement in Clarksdale, Mississippi.
Carceral Community: A Historical Trajectory of Prison Studies From Within the Prison Industrial Society
Carlos Bulosan, John Okada, and Returning Veteran's Noir
Cartoon Cave Men on the Global Stage: When Were They Funny and Why?
Casa Amiga: Feminist Community-Building in Ciudad Juárez
Caught in the "Crossfire": Neo-Noir and the Post-War (Vietnam, Cold, WWII) Moment
Celebrating "Check All That Apply"?: Neoconservatives and Mixed-Race Self-Identification on the 2000 Census
Censoring the Single Girl: Young Women, Independence and Inhibition in Early 1960s Cinema
Challenging Inequality, Demanding Citizenship: Multi-Ethnic Immigrant Labor Coalitions and City Politics
Chasing and race(ing) the American Dream: Filipino nurses, class, and Americas nurse shortage
Cheno Cortina and Mexican-American Civil Rights in the Era of Jim Crow
Chicana/o Fashion Codes: The Political Significance of Clothes
Chicanas and the War on Drugs
Chinese American or Chinatown Politics as Borderland: The Global in the Translocal
Chino-Latinos: The "Asian" within Spanish-Language Media
Casillas, Dolores Ines.
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Dance, Race, and Copyright: From The Black Bottom to Kiss Me, Kate
Dances with Samurai
Dancing (as) the Archive: Santee Smiths Kaha:wi"
Shea Murphy, Jacqueline.
Darwin and the Happily Ever After: How Evolutionary Theory Changed Courtship, Gender, and Sex
Dead Transnationalisms under the Skin: Chinese Cadavers and Mass Witnessing in the Post-Civil Rights Era
Defying Liminality': The Journeys of Cuban Artists in the United States
Detroit Confidential: Eminem, 8 Mile and the Celebrity Subject
Diaspora, Nationalism, and Globalization in U.S. American and Latin American Studies
Difficult Subjects: Reimagining Domestic Relations in the Work of E. Pauline Johnson
Dining Through Exile: Communal Meals in an Alternative Homeland
Diplomatic Exchanges: Jeffersonian Protocols and the Problem of the Gift
Disability and the Limits of Ethnic Food
Disciplining Bodies and Souls: Religion and Power in the Faith-Based Prison
Displaced Again: Where Do We Vietnamese Go?
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Early Women Tango Singers: The Glitch in the Heteronormativity of a National Cultural Production
Educating Private Ryan: Tourism and the United States Military In Postcolonial Vietnam
El Nino Fidencio and the new visibility of chronic disease and childhood illness in Texas and Nuevo Leon, 1920-1940
Empire as Refuge
Empire without Imperialism: The Philippine-American War and American Culture
Empowering Markets: Youth Culture and Brand Identities
Enacting Diaspora: Gender, Performance, and Garveyism in the U.S.-Caribbean World
End of the Road
Enduring Freedom: The Latina/o Soldier and the 'War on Terror'
Entre dos Luces: A performance
Envisioning Escape from Slavery: Landscapes of Resistance in the African Diaspora
Ethnic entanglements and the symbolics of nationhood: Chinese and East Indians in the Americas
Ethnicity in Suburbia--Inversions and Occupations
Evangelical Protestant Revivals as Religious Performances: The Methodist Mission to the Slaves, 1824-1844
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Familial Legacies: Rethinking Transnational Asian Adoption in the 21st Century
Farming the Bones: Primitivism, the Nation, and Saartjie "Sara" Baartman
Henderson Belton, Dr. Carol.
Feasting on the Saints
Feminism lost in translation? -- When a Chinese woman speaks through an American woman's voice
Femme Gestures: Fragments from a Sexual Archive
Rodriguez, Juana Maria.
Femme Ontology: Queer Femininities and the Politics of Race On-line
Finding Black Activists in the White Pages: The Pleasures and Ironies of Oral History
Finding Meaning in the Mirror: Early American Women Shaping Identities in the Looking Glass
Finding a Usable Past in the American Radical Tradition
Fixers, Brokers, and Professional Trouble-Shooters: Ethnic Leaders Attempts to Manage the Chicago School of Sociology
For an Alternative History of Motion Graphics
Forging an International (Transnational) American Studies Program
Fossils in the City Futures: Community and the Los Angeles Museum of Natural History
Free Jazz? Jews, Race, and the Price of the Ticket
From Black Face to Golden Men: The Gendered Racialization of Hawaii in 1959
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Gay Shame Redux
Gemutlichkeit in Harlem: Modern Liberalism and the City
Gender Mixes and Liberation Fixes: Negotiating Femininity, Power and Independence on 1970s Teen Television
Gender Roles for Free African Women in the Age of Abolition
Gender as a Trans/re/gressive force in Chican@ Youth Activism in the 21st Century
Gendered Circulations: Latina-ness on Los Angeles Salsa Dance Floors
Gendered National Identity Politics: The U.S. and Afghanistan
Genealogy of a Detroit Childhood
Generational Conflicts and Continental Shifts: Guillermo Gómez Peña and Alex Riveras Contrasting Border Poetics
Genre and Eric Walrond's Equivocal Vision
George Fredrickson and US/SA Comparisons: a critical perspective
George the Queer Danced the Hula
Germany Gets the Blues: Negotiations of "Race" and Nation in the "American Folk Blues Festival"
Ghostly Stories, Haunted memories: South Korea and Viet Nam
Giorgio Mariani, University of Rome "Anti-Americanization" in Contemporary Italian Discourse
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Hapas and Hawaii: Claiming Multiracial and (Trans)National Identities
Harlem in Marseilles: Transnational "Race-Nationhood" in Claude McKay's Banjo
Harlem: A Global-Comparative Reading
Hearing Like a Citizen of a Cold War State: Transnational Sound Studies and the History of the Social Imagination
Hegemonic Masculinity in Chicano Cinema: From the Politics of Essentialism to the Poetics of Realism
Gonzalez Etxeberria, Juan.
Hemispheric Texts and Latin/American Studies
Henry Wallaces International Republicanism and the Lesson of the Second World War
Heretical Speculation of Transnational Doxa: A Genealogy of the Transnational Perspective
Heterosexual Transvestism and the Contours of Cold War Gender and Sexuality
Higher Learning? The Space of the University in Chicana/o and Mexican Detective Fiction
Hip Hop Honeys + Da Hustlaz: The Black Sexual Subject in the New Hip Hop Pornography
Hollywood Meets South American and Stages a Show
Hollywood vs. National Humiliation: The Dilemma between Politics and Popular Culture in 1924 Japan
Hong Kong Film as 'Post and Pro National' American Studies
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Image (I) Nation: The Photographic Subjectivity of the American Wage Worker
Images of Slaves and Slavery in African literature of the Late Twentieth Century
Imagined Chinese America---In the Diaspora Consciousness of Chinese American Women Writers
Immigrant Artists, Laboring Workers, and National Identities: Changing Visual Paradigms in 1930s New York
Immigrants from America: Native Challenges to Assimilation Theory
Montez de Oca, Jeffrey.
Imperialism, American Identity, and the National Christian: The Crisis of 1899
Harris, Susan K..
Importing Ideas to Explain Popular Culture, America's Leading Export
In Praise of Shadows and Margins
In Search of the "Real" Hawai'i: Hula Practitioners in Japan
In the Net: Flesh, Flight and Translocation in Speculative Fiction
In the Transatlantic Hall of Mirrors: Cooper, Tocqueville and the Problem of Democracy
In the Vaginal Library: A Lover's Discourse
In[digital]nous Voices: American NDN Memories and Indigenous Communities in Digital Space
Cranford, Letha Rain.
Indigenizing Hollywood: Local Uses of Global Styles
Indigenizing the Foreign: Inserting Self-Determination into the Search for Transnationality
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John Neal, John Dunn Hunter, and the Red and White Republic of Fredonia
Karal Ann Marling, Televisionary
Karate in the United States: Its Popularization and Diversification
Korean Immigrant Nationalism and Transnational State-making: Diasporas, Nation-states, and Ethnic Identities
La Venganza de Pancho Villa: Alternative Cinema /Alternative Audiences on the U.S.-Mexico Border
Serna, Laura Isabel.
Land of the Free: Dreaming Black Tijuana
Language Competency in/and the Archive
Silva Gruesz, Kirsten.
Las Otras: Reading the Latina/o Gothic in Literature, Film and Popular Culture
Lazy Natives and Model Minorities: Orientalism, Black Marxism, and Figurings of Asianness under Racial Capitalism
Left Behind in America: Rapture Culture and the Army of One in the GWOT
Legislative Imperialism and Anti-"Race-Based" Entitlement Rhetoric In Hawaii
Lessons Before Solidarity: African/Asian Struggle in Nineteenth Century Cuba
Lest We Be Innocent: Reinhold Niebuhr, Billy Graham, and the Rise of the Christian Right
Liberal Religion, Therapeutic Culture, and the World: Reading "America's Preacher" at Home and Abroad
Liberating Dachau: Transnational Negotiations of Holocaust Memory
Like: Collecting and Collectivity in the Work of Andy Warhol
Limning the Dividing Line: Photographing Chinese and Mexicans on the U.S.-Mexican Border, 1907-1917
Listening Diasporally: Claude McKay's Ditch "Carmen" as a Critique of Opera and its Listeners
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Made By Chinese: Toward a Theory of Critical Consumerism
Making Multicultural America: Cold War Politics, Ethnic Celebrations, and Chinese America
Making up for Lost Time: Postfeminist Temporality and American Lifestyle Television
Man and His Worlds: Transnationalism and the Architecture of Expo 67
Manischewitz and Sake, the Kaddish and Sutras: Allen Ginsbergs Spiritual Self-Othering
Manteca! Afro-Cuban Jazz, Musical Afro-Internationalism, and Old War Politics
Mao a la Mode: Costume, Communism and Contestation in Asian/ American Theatre
Mark Twain, the Ottoman Empire and Palestine
Ben Rejeb, Lotfi.
Marlowe's Japanese Mirror
Mary McCarthys Totalitarian Campus and the Rise of the Postmodern
Masturbating a Glitter: How to Make an American Vulva
Memory and Place: Transnational moves in current (autobiographical) writing by U.S.-Caribbean authors
Memín Pinguín: Traveling Stereotypes and Racisms in the Americas
Metrosexuality: See the Bright Light of Commodification Shine! Watch Yanqui Masculinity Made Over
Mexican Chinos at the Edge of Empire: Performing Mexicanidad at the Júarez-El Paso Border
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NOW and Television: Activist Responses to the Media in the 1970s
National Fantasy and The "Post-American" in Kawaguchi's Eagle: The Making of An Asian American President
Nationalisms Significant Other: Postcolonial Queerness in Hawai'i and the Philippines
Nationhood and Diaspora: Visual Representations and Race in Advertisements in Germany and the US
Nations Within: Native Peoples, Treaties and the (De)Construction of Borders
Native Land, Native Nation: Authenticating Homelands in the Indian Territory
Native Sex Tourists? Eroticized Returns and US-Caribbean Circuits of Desire
Negotiating Politics and Festivals: Liberal Democracy and Racial Consciousness in the Nineteenth-Century Black Atlantic
Rommel-Ruiz, W. Bryan.
Negotiating the boundaries of race and citizenship: Nisei cultural brokers in occupied Japan
Neoliberal Risks: Million Dollar Baby, Murderball, and Anti-National Sexual Positions
Neoliberal Unreason: Coercive States and Affective Communities
New Faces of America: Morphing All These Immigrants into One
New Wine in Old Bottles?: Table Wines and Consumerism in Early America
New queer documentary and the substances of queer kinship
Nineteenth Century Travel in the Near East and the Landscape of American Optimism
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Oakland Museums of California: New Strategies for Integrating Cultural Diversity into Exhibitions and Programs
Objects of Desire: Karal Ann Marlings Fetishes
Of Indias, Mestizas, and Españolas: Conflict, Contestation, and Cooperation in Early California
Of Viruses and Virtue: Resisting the Asian Body as Transnational Vector of Contagion
On Contested Ground (Zero): Literature and the Transnational Challenge of Remembering 9/11
Orientalism and the Harlem Renaissance
Oto-Erotic: Gender Performance in World Beat Music
Outlaws in Space: Stewart Brand, Space Colonies, and the Techno-Ecological Future
Outside, Inside, and Back Again: What Prisons and Prisoners Teach
Patriot Act: Sly Civility and Asian American Dissidence
Pawel Jedrzejko The Passion for Consumption of U.S. Literature in Polish Universities
Penobscot Indian Environmental Articulations: Its about Diplomacy, not Identity Politics
Philadelphia as Center of the Fight Against Slavery
Phillis Wheatley and the Transatlantic Revolution
Photograph as History: Richard Wright, "Black Power," and Transnationality
Photography and the Cultural Performance of Jazz: Miles Daviss Early Columbia Album Covers
Pioneering Inner Space: Manifest Destiny in Ludlows _Hasheesh Eater_ and _Heart of the Continent_
Policing the Borders of Allegiance
Political Disco ?
Pop Tarts: Intersections of Historical Trauma, Contemporary Pop, and Art in Korea, Vietnam, and America
Populists Abroad? Agrarian Origins of American Imperialism in the Philippines
Por un amor: Lucha Reyes and Queer Mexican Cultural Nationalism
De La Mora, Sergio.
Postwar Hawaiian Food-xotica and the Legacy of US Racial Liberalism
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Queer Migrations, Family Trauma: Jonathan Caouettes "Tarnation" and Lourdes Portillos "The Devil Never Sleeps"
Queer Socio-Political Strategies and the Transnational Stratification of Reproductive Rights
Smith, Anna Marie.
Queering a New Diaspora
Queering the Homeboy Aesthetic
Rodriguez, Richard T..
Queerness, Communism, and the Cold War in Cleveland; The Diegesis of Resistance in Jo Sinclair's The Changelings
Quiet Riots: Mennonites, Black and Latin@ Identity, and the Politics of Interethnic Alliances
Race Politics Afloat: American Imperialism and the Taming of Filipino Maritime Labor
Race and Proportion in the Anglophone and Francophone Caribbean Imaginary
Race and Space: The Visual Politics of a Local Community
Race, Caste, and Nation: Indian Nationalists and the American Negro, 1893-1947
Race, Class and Nation Revisited: The Afro-Asian Critique of Trans/National Democracy
Race, Rape, and Gender in the American Press, 1870-1900
Race, Rape, and Riots in the Summer of 1943: Violence and the Struggle for Dignity in the Wartime U.S.
Race, Welfare Reform and the Political Activism of Welfare Mothers
Race, Whiteness and Misery: Hidden Histories
Radical Underworld Goes Colonial: P.F. McCallum's Travels in Trinidad
Radicals in Exile and Radicals with Roots: A Transnational and Gendered Articulation of Americas Race Problem
Raging Against Death: American Exceptionalism and the "War on Terror"
Re-Making Portraits of American History in Du Bois and Stein
Re-imagining the Stereotype across the Diaspora: Contemporary Self-Portraits by Black Artists
Reactionary Fundamentalism in the Aftermath of Scopes: The Founding of William Jennings Bryan College
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SM and the Disabled Nation
Sacred Africa in the Secular, Cosmopolitical Imagination
Safe Bet: Sex and Risk in Transnational Exchange
Salmi, Lew, Eliza, Abraham: Page to Stage, Ben Hur
Saris Sweat: Diasporic Gender Formation in Bharata Natyam Classrooms
Sate Policy, Gendered Accommodation and the Emergence of Iranian Americans
Second Cousins: Mexicans and Mexican Americans, 1940s-1950s
Security, Surveillance and Affect: Infinite or Indefinite Detention?
Seeing the Forest for the Trees: Disability Studies and the Visibility of Whiteness
Selling the Family: Cable Television and the Decency Debates
Set at Full Liberty: Exhibiting Freedom and African American History in Colonial Connecticut
Shape Shifting: Anti-corporate Globalization, Anarchist Networks, and Relief Response in New Orleans
She Works Hard for the Money: Transnational Labor Rights and Union Feminism
Fonow, Mary Margaret.
Shelter and Land Use: Whole Earth Visions of Alternative Architecture and Technology
Should American Studies Become Studies of the Americas?
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T. S. Eliot Studies and A Two-Way Interactive Dimension of American Studies
TV Terror and the War on Terror
Tactical Citizenship: Domestic Nannies, Sweatshop Seamstresses, and Undocumented Citizenship in the Third Space of Mimicry
Taiko and Japanese American Community: Postwar Community Re-Building through Multicultural Performance Music
Take Me Out Tonight: The Butchlalis de Panochtitlan Reclaim Lesser Los Angeles
Takes a Family to Raise a Soldier: Racialized Masculinity and Militarism in Contemporary Army Recruitment
Platt, Carrie Anne.
Tasting History in Monique Truong's The Book of Salt
Teaching About Patriotism in Wartime II: A Large Land-Grant Institution
Teaching American Studies Outside the United States and Outside an American Studies Program or Department
Kleinberg, S. Jay.
Teaching American Studies Summer Seminars in Russia
Teaching American Studies in China
Teaching American Studies in Cuba
Teaching American Studies in Jersulem, Palestine, and Lebanon
Teaching American Studies in Portugal as a contribution to the future of university
Teaching Incarcerated Women Writers: Conflicting Paradigms of Prison Reform and Social Justice
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U.S. Feminism, Gender Violence, and the Politics of Empire
U.S. Imperialism, the Rhesus Macaque, and the Biomedical
Underwater Signposts: Enabling Nostalgia and Richard Fungs "Islands"
Undocuments of U.S. Imperialism: Hélio Oiticicas Newyorkaises
Unlike the "Nice Clean English Club": U.S. Colonial Public Health Administration and "Sanitating" the Oriental
Unsavory Sentiments: Sensory and Affective Archives and Asian American Immigrant Lives
Manalansan IV, Martin.
Urban Acoustic Ecologies: Framing the Soundscapes of North American Cities
Victim/Criminal or Neoslave Narrator? Narrative Authority and Teaching Prison Literature
Vinyl Blues: Documenting Transnational PVC Poisonings in "Blue Vinyl: A Toxic Comedy"
Strunk, Mary Elizabeth.
Violence of the Body and Reform of the Soul: Prisons as the Emblem of America
Violent Places: Travel, Reform and Revolution in William Wells Brown's _Three Years in Europe_
Virginia Dominguez Public Discourse as Political Speech-Act: multi-sited Comparisons
Voices In The Wilderness: Reading Intolerance And Forgiveness From The Human Margins
Walking Home and Mad Money: Chivalry, Sexual Danger, and Dating in the Twentieth Century South
Walking Like a Queen: Learning to be Miss Bronze
War, Gender and Migration: Korean Military Brides and Adoptees
Wel-Mart: Devolution, Privatization, Performance Measurement and the New World of Welfare-to-Work
Welcome to the Playground
What David Walker Knew: As A Nation, The English Are Our Friends
What Scattered Ashes Leave Behind: Rhetoric of Passing in Piñeros "A Lower East Side Poem"
What Unions Should Say to Ludacris as He Goes "Pimping Around the World"
What is the Power of the Youth?
Where is Grassroots Knowledge and Theory? Locating Community Organizing
White Like Me: Crossing Borders in the Pacific
Whiteness Visible: Community Development and the Problematics of De-Racialized Urban Space
Quan, H. L. T..
Who Puts the Trans in Trans-National?
Why the Cultural Defense Needs Person Centered Ethnography: The Case of a Murder in Maine
Winnifred Eatons Racial Reconstructions on the Field of Empire
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Y, ¿México qué?: A Critique of Borderlands Theory
You Are Your Mothers Son: Film, Gender, and Ethnicity in Assimilationist identity During the 1930s
Your Ternos Draggin: Costume Metaphors and Filipino American Performance Art
Youth Voice At War
Youth in Grassroots Raza Organizing
Zig-zagging through History: Ernesto Galarza, Jesús Colón and the Culture of Insurgent Consciousness
Zsofi Ban, "Americanization" and the Art World Abroad
Zuni-Made Man: Frank Hamilton Cushing and the Power of Zuni Material Culture
American Studies Association 2006-Oct-12 to 2006-Oct-15
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