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The American Studies Association 2007-Oct-11 to 2007-Oct-14
"A Most Unprecedented Act of Invasion": New England Women, Political Consciousness, and the Mexican War
Zboray, Ronald. and Zboray, Mary.
"America Alla": Educating the Colonial Subject in the Philippines, 1899-1910
"Bordering on el Otro Lado of the Nation: Black Cowboys and Citizenship in La Frontera"
"Conga Commercialism:" The Latinization of American Music in the 1930s and 1940s.
"Its Revolutions and Its Patriots": William Wells Brown, Haiti, and the Dispersed Black Revolutionary
"Jim Along Josey's All De Kick": Transatlantic Negotiations of the Black Body In Nineteenth-Century Sheet Music
"Maximum Feasible Participation": Black Arts and the Great Society Community Action Programs
"Soul!" Vibrations and 1970s Black Community
"This Connection of Everyone:" Beyond a Patriotric "Spirit of Unity"
"We shall never look upon their like again": The Georgia Minstrels and Colonial New Zealand
"William Walker, Of Nicaragua": Filibusters, Illustrated Newspapers, and the Malleability of Imperial Citizenship
"Your Stomach Must Be Disciplined": Lulu Hunt Peters and the Beginnings of Calorie-Counting in Corporeal Self-Regulation, 1918-1924
"'Chicago could be the Vienna of American Fascism!: Reconstructing The City Through Black Metropolis"
"'What the People Say' about Behavior: The Chicago Defender, Racial Uplift, and Manners"
(Re)Making U.S. Identities through Immigration Reform
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A Ban on a Noisy Existence: The Los Angeles Leaf Blower Ban, Spatialized Whiteness and the Gardeners' Struggle for Dignity
A Cherokee Abroad: The Transnational Writings of Will Rogers
A Fine Eye and a Wicked Face: The Spectacle of Punishment and the Substance of Race
A Touch of Grey: Black Cartooning and the Problem of Universality
A Woman is a Woman is a Woman: The Performance of Postwar Femininities in Transvertia's Visual Archive
A Magnificent Pecuniary Return: Thomas McKenneys Indian Portraits in London
Acting, Mutability and Race in Early 20th Century American Vaudeville
African Américan Aquí: Black Orientalism, Multilingualism and the Filipino American War
America: Of Thee I Sing?
Americanizing Betty and Latinizing MTV: How the Mainstream Media Codifies Latina/o Ethnicity
Americanizing the Pacific: USIA and the Origin of Public Diplomacy in the Cultural Cold War
Americans in the Treasure House: U.S. Travelers in Mexico and Narratives of Economic Conquest, 1898-1911
An American Dictatorship: Hollywood, Monopoly, and the Thirties
An Immigrant's Imagination: Martin Wong's Lower East Side
Tu, Thuy Lin.
Anna Julia Cooper's Trans-Atlantic Analysis of Citizenship, Revolution, and Democracy
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Being in Comm(odificati)on: Fair Trade Rhetoric, the Documentary Impulse, and the Desire for a Defetishized Cup of Coffee
Between History and Identity: Interpretative Strategies and Gender in a South Asian American Reading Community
Black and Brown Relations in the African American Comedic Imagination
Blue, Gray, and Black: African American Civil War Reenactments as Performance of Black Southern Identity
Brazilians Aqui: Transhemispheric Movements and the Limits of the U.S. Immigration Debate
Bringing Baby to the Movies: Postfeminist Media Culture and Public Displays of Maternal Labor
Brownshirts in the Twilight Zone: Internationalist and Exceptionalist Readings of Fascism in Cold War Television
Charting Racism: The Creation of the Billboard Pop 100
Cherokee Casting Call: Tribal Sovereignty and Theater
Constructing the Axis of evil: Iran Memoirs in the Land of the Free
Marandi, Seyed Mohammad.
Cyber-Marriage Migration across the Americas and the Forging of Erotic Citizenship
Deploying Humor to Combat the Race Front: Ad Reinhardt's Races of Mankind Cartoons
Dis/Claiming Panama: Women's Travel Writing and Antebellum U.S. Visions of America
Discursive Spaces, Immigrant Livesor, Why they dont just come here legally.
Disease, Democracy and Community: The Culion Leper Colony in the US Occupied Philippines
Drawing the Color Line: Representations of Latinos in the Chicago Defenders Editorial Cartoons
Dreaming of Pangaea: Decolonizing Strategies in Linda Hogans Solar Storms
Dredging the Swamp Fox: Francis Marion in the Circuits of Cultural Memory
East/West Imperial Visions: Painting China in Colonial New England
Fatness as a Cultural Marker: Mapping the Boundaries of Civilization and Nation Through Body Size and Fat Stigma
Fighting For Justice: Violence, Criminality, and Boxing in Postindustrial Brooklyn
Forgetting the Multi-Ethnic Past at Henry Ford's Greenfield Village (1929-1940)
From Accra to Arkansas: Cold War Connections in the Transhemispheric Struggle Against White Supremacy
From Puerto Rico to the Philippines: Methodological Trajectories of Imperial Letters
for colored girls and Who Else?: Reading Theater as a Site of Cultural Transformation
Gay Mexican Immigrants Arriving and Surviving in Los Angeles: Intersecting Identities and Transnational Social Networks
Giovanni's Brother: Joseph Beam, Gay Philadelphia, and the Black Urban Crisis
Grave Matters: Converso Funerary Art and Identity in Colonial America
Hybridity, Dispossession, and Culpability: The Mêtis/Sentimental Rhetoric of Jane Johnston Schoolcraft and E. Pauline Johnson
Imagining NuYoRico: Cultural Agency, Commodification and Gendered Identities During the 1970s New York Salsa Boom
Imperial Eye for the Queer Guy: Advertising and Gay Male Identity
Independent Dependents: Army Wives Volunteering in an Official Army Program
Is The Toilet a Grave?: Homoeroticism, Homophobia, and the Queer Politics of Black Masculinity
Is There a Frontiersman in the House?: Performing Western Authenticity in the Postbellum Stage Drama
L is for Looking: Art and Representation on "The L Word"
Lead Man Holler: Harry Belafonte's Songs of Labor
Little Town on the Prairie: Hmong Identity and Community Transition in Rural America
Madness is Civilization: Asylums in the Sixties
Making Historical Memory Matter: Resignifying 9/11 Through Allende and Dorfman
Many Paths to One Road: Chinese and Lakota Encounters with the First Transcontinental Railroad
Melancholic Publics and Peaceful Tomorrows: 9/11 Automortography and the Geographies of Sorrow
National Vigilance: Race, Prostitution and Migration in Slaverys Wake
Nigerian Migrants and the Making of the New "African American"
No Pocahontas: Sentimental Literacy and Resistance in S. Alice Callahans Wynema
Nomadic Subjectivities: Reconsidering Queer Latina Immigrant Narratives
North American Conquistadors: The Black Legend in English and Dutch Colonial Narratives of War
Organic Farming and the Routinization of Subversion
Pan-Am Cowboys: Children's Westerns and Emergent Media Globalization
Performing the Orient in the Globalized World: The Transhemispheric Vision and Popularity of Miss Saigon
Perilous Journeys: Women, Singles Scenes and Sexual Mores in Late 1960s Television and Film
Persian Style and Western Iconography in Recent Drawings of Siah Armajani
Photodocumenting Cultural Landscapes: The (Re)production of Latino Vending 'Street-Scapes' in Los Angeles.
Photograms of the Year, 1906: A Study in the Internalization of American Photography
Picturing Parteras, Framing Otherness: Transhemispheric Visions of New Mexicos Public Health Department
Portraying Nationhood in Philadelphia: the People of Independence portrait exhibition in Independence National Park
Post-Afrocubanismo and the Cultures of Afro-Cuban America
Protest Psychosis: Race, Stigma, and the Diagnosis of Schizophrenia
Queer Media Cartographies: Geography and Sexual Difference in Contemporary American Media Culture
Queers without Borders: Sexual Segregation and Manifest Destiny in Lucy Holcombe Pickens's The Free Flag of Cuba
Race, Theft, and Embodied Theories of Dance as Property
Remapping the Family of Nations: The Geopolitics of Kinship in Hendrick Aupaumuts "A Short Narration"
Returning to Aztlán: Chicano Nationalism, the Nativist Right, and the Immigration Debate
Revolution, Seduction, Treason: Leonora Sansay Rewrites The Coquette
Santo Domingo, or the Ambiguities: Frederick Douglass, Black Imperialism, and the "Ku Klux War"
Shadows of Discipline: Dr. J. Marion Sims and Black Medical Spectacles
Signos del Camino: The Visual Culture of Hemispheric Education in World War II
Sonic Indigeneity: Alter/Native Music in the Americas
Spaces of Racial Trauma: The Politics of Bodily Performance in 1940s and 1950s Mississippi
The 9/11 Commission Report: Text, Performance, Memory
The Conquest of Antiquity: John Lloyd Stephens, Romantic Archaeology, and Yucatan as American Interest Zone
The Iowa Indians Meet Tom Thumb in London: George Catlins European Exhibitions
The Mexicana Presence in "Duel in the Sun" and the American Western
The Outlaw Tradition: The Counterhegemonic Depression Ballads of Woody Guthrie
The Poor Peoples Campaign, Marks, and The Mule Train: Fighting Poverty Locally, Representing Poverty Nationally
Nathan Wright, Amy.
The skyline and the slum: Urban Planning and Visions of New York in Films of the Great Depression
Transnational Struggles over Citizenship: Translating Black Theology into Korean Activism in Japan, 1969-1974
Transparent Subjects: Photographs of Immigrants in the Illustrated Press, 1890-1925
Troubled Island: Langston Hughes and the Haitian Occupation
Using songs to compare cultural differences
Violence, Nature, and the Native Other on the 19th century North American Frontier; The Novels of John Richardson and James Fenimore Cooper
What's Love Got to Do With It?: Family, Activism, and the "War on Terror"
Franklin, Cynthia. and Lyons, Laura.
When Expansion Was Paramount: American Motion Picture Exhibition and the 1920s Colonization of European Cinemas
Who is White? 'Feeblemindedness' as Tainted Whiteness in Early Twentieth Century America
The American Studies Association 2007-Oct-11 to 2007-Oct-14
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