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American Studies Association Annual Meeting 2008-Oct-16 to 2008-Oct-20
"A Disastrous Vulgarization of Intellectual Life": Cold War Masculinity and Radical Perversions of the Left
"Behold the Man": The Male Body of Christ, the Cinematic Body of American Violence
"Between Laughter and Tears": The Difficulty of Black Cosmopolitanism in Zora Neale Hurston's "Mules and Men" and "Tell My Horseï¿½
"Detroit was Heavy": "Creative Jazz Music" and African American Expressive Culture.
"Doing" Race in 21st Century America
"Dream Jungle," "Apocalypse Now," and the Politics of Comparisons
"God Hates Fags": A Rhetorical Analysis
"Good" and "Bad" Muslim Citizens: Feminists, Terrorists, and US Orientalism After 9/11
"I Was Ashamed to be Seen to Look at Them": Black Characters in the Remaking of Transatlantic Whiteness
"If I Had My Way, Id Tear This Building Down": James Baldwin & Post-Civil Rights Angst
"Lakeshore Drive, I Too Have Stories": Sexuality and Chicago in Rane Arroyo
"Remember[ing] Better": Suburbia, Inter-Cultural Conflict, and Liberty Heights
"Rustle Your Bones, Honey Lambs": Torchy Brown Comics, Popular Front Politics, and Hip-Hop Feminists' Revenge
"The Mommy Mentality Left Me and the Marine Mentality Hit Me": Motherhood and Deployment
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A Child is Being De-Mastered
A Clash of Legal Systems in the Republic of Texas
A Land Not of Our Own: Irish-Catholics Immigrants and the Rochester Revival
A Multiple Consciousness of a Text: Narrative Techniques in Jhumpa Lahiri and Jeffrey Eugenides
A New Kind of Old Black Suburb
A New Nuclearism in New Mexico: The Construction of the National Enrichment Facility
A New Type of Cultural Border-Crosser: The Betty la fea Phenomenon in the U.S.
A Northern Conspiracy? The Identity Politics of New Criticism
A Peculiarly Valuable Oil: Whaling, Narrative, and the Question of Value
A Polish Writer's Encounter with the United States:Andrzej Kijowski's American Journey
A Portrait of America in Vietnamese Writing about Agent Orange
Nguyen, Lien. and Waugh, Charles.
A Revolution in Hollywood: "Motion Pictures' Greatest Year" and Marie Antoinette (1938)
A Shot at Half-Exposure: Asian Americans and Reality TV
A Shot at Normal: On Homoimperialism
A View of Jerusalem from the West: Religious Illustrations and Expansionist Discourses in The Colored American
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Balancing Disciplines and Interdisciplines in a New Professional Terrain
Banking in the Community: South Central Los Angeles and the Demands of Change, 1970-2007
Basquiat and the Beats
Becoming Black: Lloyd Richardss Border Crossing (or Fence Jumping)
Being Black and White in Black and White: Representations of Race and Ethnicity in American Film
Between Archive and Field: Performances in the Colonial Past and Not-yet Postcolonial Future
Imada, Adria L..
Between Chinese Prostitute and White Slave: Sexual and Racial Boundaries of National Domestic Subjects
Between Civilization and Barbarism: Norbert Elias, 'Figuration,' and the Nat Turner Rebellion
Between Rap and Radicalized Islam: Muslim Immigrant Youth Gangs, American State Surveillance and the Production of Radicalized Islam in Houston, Texas
Beyond Black Virtue: Crime, Public Presence, and African-American Literature
Beyond Buenos Vecinos: The Texas Good Neighbor Commission, Pan-Americanism, and Women in Transnational Texas, 1941-1948
Beyond Literary Representations: Understanding "the Spiritual Ecology of Place" in the Native Southwest
Beyond the Clash of Civilizations Debate: From Dialogue Among to Alliance of Nations and Civilizations
Bienvenidos Fellow Americans!: Revisiting Puerto Rican Migration to Chicago, 1940-1966
Bifurcations and Disavowels: Americo Paredes and Angélico Chavez on the Camino Real to Aztlán
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Cady Wells and Martha Graham: The Body and the Animated Landscape
Cady Wells and Southwest Modernism
Canning Gender: Laugh Tracks and Sound Effects on Spanish-Language Morning Radio
Captive Audience Media: Anti-Union Film Screenings and Corporate Culture
Carleton Watkins Photographs of the California Missions
Caught in the Crosshairs: Hypervisibility, Invisibility and the Alibi of Black Sexuality
Chalk Talk: A Geography of Expression at the Crossroads of Freedom
Challenges of Comparative Race/Ethnic Research in Multi-Dimensional Immigrant Settings
Chinese Migration to the Hemisphere and Inter-American Studies
Choreographic Citizenship: Race, Bodies, and Hip-Hop Dance Groups at the University of Michigan
Citizenship, Diaspora and the Bonds of Affect
Civilizing Process and Power: Race Relations as Established-Outsider Figurations, the case of Jesse Hill Fordï¿½s "The Liberation of Lord Byron Jones"
Clearing the Zoological Slum: Race and Renewal at the National Zoological Park
Closeting Race or Racism in Drag? Toward a Theory of Homocolonialism
Coffee in the Américas: Emancipatory (Im)Possibilities
Serrano, Jr., Orlando.
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Dance at the Crossroads: Constructing American Dance
Dante at Denby: Sarah Orne Jewett and the Crossroads of US Literary Regionalism
David Noble and Post-Nationalist American Studies
Days of Troy: A Retrospective Ethnography of Oppositional Performance in Los Angeles' Troy Cafe, 1990-95
Deadly Civics: Performing Citizenship, Latino Masculinities, and Military Service
Debasing Mount Everest
Debunking John B. Gough: Public Responses to the Temperance Lecturer's 1845 Relapse
Deceptive Documents, Classified Bodies: U.S. State Surveillance and Gender-Nonconformity
Decolonization, Tribal Histories, and Recovering Ourselves
Defeating the Dance Ban: Pueblo Resistance, the Press, and the Federal Governments 1923 Message to All Indians
Delivering Babies, Constructing Race: Racialized Reproductive Health in Early Twentieth Century New Mexico
Dengue Fever's "22 Nights": Performing the State of Exception from Cambodia to the USA
Dependent Nations at Home and Abroad in Gerald Vizenors Hiroshima Bugi
Dharma Activists: Transnational Connections in Identity and Activism of Japanese and Japanese American Buddhists
Dickinson's Dog and the Creaturely Imagination
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Eating and the Abject
Educating Races and Regions: Don West, the Agrarians, and Higher Education
Education Through the Ether: American School of the Air and Early Radio's Ambitious Agenda
Edward Said's Critique of Orientalism and American Studies
Rowe, John Carlos.
Eluding Capture: The Science, Culture and Pleasure of Queer Animals
Empires Mastheads: Imagining an Imperial Community in the Philippines
Encircled by Disaster: Sonny's Blues on the Urban Theatre Stage
Energy, History and Literature on the Santa Fe Trail
Engendering Indigeneities at the Militarized Mexico-US International Boundary: Contesting the 'Crossroads' in Apachería
Entering the Fray: Mexican American Women and Civil Rights Organizing
Enviroblogging: Green Spaces in the Virtual World
Ernest Loomis and Occult Force in Late-Nineteenth-Century Chicago
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Faith Ringgolds Slave Rape Story Quilt: Ending the Silence
False Witnessing: U.S. Coast Guard Photography of Haitian Refugees
Famous Farmers? Fugitive Intellectuals and the Scandals of Real Property
Feet in the Grass Roots: Josephine Herbst's Proletarian Midwest
Feminist Projects, Imperial Locations: North American Midwifery and the Commodification of Third World Mothers
Fictions of Free Travel: Black Nativism and the Law of Passports
Finding Heroic Slaves in the Case of the Creole
Finding Home in Babel: Translating Identity in Intercultural Writings
Floyd Red Crow Westerman: Voice for the People
Fluids, Sparks, and Spirits in Antebellum America
Flying Below the Radar: the Downed Black POW and Antifascism in Ralph Ellison's World War II "Airman Novel"
Food that Matters: Constructing Place and Community at Food Festivals in Northwest Ohio
Forks in the Road: Arbitrating Taste and Race in Restaurant Guidebooks, 1930-1955
Fortune-tellers in the Great Southern Babylon: Work Display as Cultural Production in New Orleans Jackson Square
Fotos y Recuerdos: A History of South Texas Blacks, Ethnic Mexicans, and Ethnic Anglos through Photography 1900-1945
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Gary Snyder, Native American Literature, and the Posthuman
Tsai, Robin Chen-Hsing.
Geographies of Redemption
George Wilkins Kendall, Race War, and the Making of War Correspondence
Georgia O'Keeffe and Asia/Asian Art
Gerald Vizenor:Storier, Storyteller, Father Meme
Gesture and Longing: Producing Desire through Movement in the Early Modeling Industry
Ghost Notes: Nathaniel Mackey on Miles Davis
Global Hollywood and Chinas Counter-Hegemony Strategy
Global Indigeneity in Greg Sarris's Watermelon Nights
Globalization and the Training of the Voice: Bilingual Call Centers in Post-War El Salvador
Go Wild! Annabella Lwin, Multicultural London and the Post-Punk Era
Green Pastures of Plenty: Ecocriticism and Citizenship in Bound for Glory
Guadalupe/Tonanzin/Coatlicue: Indigeneity in the Art of Yolanda M. Lopez
Davalos, Karen Mary.
HIV/AIDS and Black Queer Lives: Toward a Performance Praxis
Habaneras, Past and Present
Habitations of the Veil: Souls, Figure, Form
Rutledge Fisher, Rebecka.
Hal Roach, Vittorio Mussolini, and the Hollywood Anti-Nazi League
Hands Across the Water: Indian Muslim Maritime Workers and U.S. Port-City Desertion, 1890-1950
Hateful Saints and Human Savages: Native American-Jesuit Relationships in the Great Lakes Region
Hearing the "Dark Storm:" Musical Funerals for Martin Luther King, Jr.
Hello, Below There: Signalmen and Nerve Centers in 1940's Radio Drama
Her Last Meal Was Spaghetti: Danger, Immigration & Effeminacy and the Tango Tea Ballroom
Hip-Hop as Cultural Movement: Chicano and Black Working Class Identity and Interethnic Unity
Hip-Hop's Time Signature: Sampling, Temporality, and Historiography
History and Narrative in Revolutionary Cuba and the Black Arts Movement
Holding the Center: The Centripetal Dynamic of Local Television in Suburbanizing Los Angeles
Hollywood Film? Foreign Film? Globalization and the Erosion of National Boundaries in Contemporary Cinema
Hollywood on the Tiber: Sightseeing and Sights Unseen
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I Want to Be a God Follower: Global Evangelicals and the Rhetoric of Sacrifice
I was the special ed. girl: Urban Working-class Young Women of Color
Ferri, Beth. and Connor, David.
Ice Cream in the Tropics, Dessert in the Desert: Refining War in Iraq and Vietnam
If the Writers of the World Get Together: Allen Ginsberg in Sandinista Nicaragua
Imagining Real Violence: American Experience in Contemporary Pakistan
Imagining a New Mexican American Girl
Immigration Discourse and the Specter of the "Illegal"
Imperial Rubber: Residues of U.S. Empire in the Brazilian Rainforest
In the World but Not of the World: Negotiating the Sacred/Secular Divide in Holy Hip-Hop
Brooks Tatum, Shanesha.
Incinerating Agent Orange: Operation Pacer Ho and the Global Environmental Imaginary
Indian Futures: Black Hawks Autobiography and the Political Economy of Early American Capital
Indigenizing Diaspora: Anita Endrezze's Auto-Ethnography, Throwing Fire at the Sun, Water at the Moon
Indigenous Jazz in the Early-Mid 20th Century: A Local Example: The Nez Perce Tribe
Indigenous or Immigrants? Settler Colonialism at Losepa, Utah
Industrial Folklore and Pictorial Narrative
op de Beeck, Nathalie.
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James McCune Smith's "Heads of the Colored People" and the Politics of Representing Free Black Labor in the Antebellum U.S.
Jesus Was a Capricorn and Eventually a Hit Album
Jezebels in Jacksonville: Tropes of Slavery and Red Cross Iconography
Joel Chandler Harrisï¿½s Reconstruction of "Uncle Tomï¿½s Cabin"
Justice Delayed: The VAVA Lawsuit Against American Chemical Corporations
Keeping It Reel: James Baldwins Film Script of "Giovannis Room"
Kindle: The New Book Mobile, or, The Labor of Reading in an Age of Ubiquitous Bookselling
King Jesus Saves Radio: A Cultural History of Fundamentalist Radio in L.A.
Langston Hughes, Translation, and the Flourishing of Caribbean Modernisms
Language, Identity and Politics in Multicultural New York: Chang-Rae Lees Native Speaker (1995)
Law's Labour's Lost? The Racial Limits of the Human Rights Programme
Da Silva, Denise.
LeAnne Howe's Tribalography: A Productive Crossroads of American Indian Studies and American Studies
Left Behind: The Young Evangelicals and the Politicization of American Evangelicalism, 1965-1985
Legally Nude Volleyball: Anti-Erotic Nudist Sports Imagery, 1947-1963
Lena Hornes Jamaica: Cold War Masculinity, the Popular Caribbean, and Mock Transnational Performance
Let Him Remain Until the Judgment in France: Letters About Burying World War I Dead
Let You Find Out: Aventura and Promiscuous Listening
Lipstick Traces: Punk Historiography and Sexual Dissidence
Liquid Landscape: Citizenship and the Language of Floridian Geography
Little Fish in Transnational Ponds: New Zealand Accents in Hollywood
Losing Ground: Edward Abbey, Ken Kesey, and the Politics of Environmental Mourning
Louise de Koven Bowenï¿½s "The Colored People of Chicago": Racial Uplift and African-American Childhoods
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Magical Mediums: The Black Female Spirit Medium in American Film Culture
Making Criticism Personal: Poe and "The Literati of New York City
Mapping and Imagining the "Homo Philippinensis"
Mapping the Global South Against American Studies
Maquilapolis, Free Indirect Discourse, and the Legacies of Third Cinema
Mark Tobey and the Northwest School
Marking Boundaries: Migrants, Minutemen and the US-Mexico Borderlands
Marvelous Corpse: The National Body and Iconic Death in American Superhero Comics
Masculinity at the Orthopedic Preschool: Disability Studies and the Politics of Childhood
Massa, Massa-Mister, Mister: The "Degraded African" in William Apess' "A Son of the Forest" (1829)
May Be Sum Day: Online Video, Self-Representation, and Peer-to-Peer Music Industry
Mayoral Food Wagers: Creating Community with Crab Cakes and Chili Dogs
Melting Pot of America: Mexico and the Discursive Representations of Pluralism in 1930s New Mexico
Members of the Tribe: Jewish-Amerindian Theory and the Making of a Modern American Consciousness
Memory, Republican Virtue, and Commemoration in Nineteenth-Century America
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Narrative at the Crossroads of Life and Death: Auto/Biopolitics and Jamaica Kincaid's "My Brother"
Native Crafts and Progressive Politics: A Reinterpretation of New Deal Art
Native Hawaiian Sovereignty Claims and the Politics of Race
Kauanui, J. Kehaulani.
Native Studies at the Horizon of Death: Theorizing Ethnographic Entrapment
Native/Alien Binds: Reframing Internment in the White Pacific
Navigating the Pedagogy of Failure: Medicine and Education Encounters the Disabled Child in English Canada, 1900-1960
Neoliberal Feminism, Orientalism and the Middle East
Johar Schueller, Malini.
New Mexico in 1998-- Celebration, Contestation and the Lived Consequence of Identity
New Mexicos Cuarto Centenario Memorial: A Visual Dialogue
Nineteenth-Century Visual Collections of Western Americana
No Brown Towns: Anti-Immigrant Ordinances and Equality of Educational Opportunity for Latina/os
Romero, II, Tom.
Normans Muslim Problemand Ours: A Colorblind Genealogy of the Long Struggle against Islamofascism
Normative Neurology: Disability and Teen Sexuality in the Decade of the Brain
Northern New Mexico and Southern Texas: Critical Regions?
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Occupied Okinawa, Asian/Pacific/American Studies, and Heterotopic Formations
Oceanic Imagination, Racial Performance, American Empire
Of One Blood: The Evangelical Protestant Reconstruction of California
Okinawan Cookery and Ethnic Identity in Hawaii
Old Wars, Cold Wars: Filming Japanese and Japanese Americans in the 1950s
Old Wine in a New Bottle: When Egyptian Anti-Imperialism Becomes Anti-Americanism and Vice-Versa
On Alternative Citizenships
On Hope and Hopelessness: A Performative Dialogue
Duggan, Lisa. and Muñoz, José.
On Politics and Shutting Up
On the Conundrum of the Three Fifths Clause in Color and Democracy
One Laptop Per Child? Mobile Technology, Gadgetry, and Community
One Poem, Three Countries, and an Imperialist Legacy: Kiplings The White Mans Burden and the Shaping of U.S. Foreign Policy, 1899-1901.
Ophelia Speaks: Resurrecting Still Lives in Natasha Tretheweys Bellocqs Ophelia
Orientalism and U.S. Empire Studies
Painting the Border: Art as Critical Regionalism in South Texas
Para Español Oprima el Número 2: Transnationalism, Translation, and Spanish
Paranoid Hysterical Thinking
Parental AdvisoryExplicit Lyrics: The Culture Wars Construct the Suburbs in the 1980s
Passing for History: Visuality, Humor, and Early Television Historiography
Pedagogy of Chicano Power: Sal Castro, Paulo Freire, and the Mexican American Youth Leadership Conferences, 1963-1968
Pedro Almodovars Paradigm for Melodrama: Deconstructing Tennessee Williams
Penguin Family Values: The Nature of Environmental Reproductive Justice
Peregrination to Filadelfia: Fray Servando in the Hispanophone Early Republic
Performing Race, Performing Music & Black Identity: The Sad-Faced Boys of Arna Bontemps
Piety and the Parasite
Plantation State: Uncle Remus and the Reconstruction of American Sovereignty
Poetic Looks: Documentary Toward a Queer of Color Critique
Policing Americaï¿½s Heartland: Constructing Dangerous Borders and Non-normative Subjects in Chicago, 1945-1954
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Queer Black Marxism: A New Critical Reading for Interwar Period African American Studies
Queer Down the Middle: Rural Sexualities in American Theory and Practice
Queer Histories at the Crossroads: Negotiating the Personal, the Political, and the Historical
Queer Orientalisms, or Baldwins "Another Country" Re/Sited
Queer Reverberations in Tex Mex Accordion Music
Queer Solidarity and Domestic Liberation: Third World Lesbians and Activism for Central America
Queering Environmental Justice
Queering the Zoot Suit
Race and Labor in the ï¿½Propaganda of Historyï¿½: Comparative Analysis of Charles and Mary Beardï¿½s "The Rise of American Civilization" and W.E.B. Du Boisï¿½s "Black Reconstruction in America"
Race and Rabies: Public Health and Political Power in Cold War Los Angeles
Race and U.S. Settler Sovereignty
Race at the Crossroads of Belonging
Race, Exceptionalism and the Right to Trial by Jury in Puerto Rico
Venator Santiago, Charles.
Race, Gender, and the Struggle for Intellectual Property Rights in American Dance
Race, Migration, and the Politics of Environmentalism: The Case of Aspen, CO
Race, Orientalism, and the Post-9/11" Cinema of Recuperation in "Crash" and "Reign Over Me"
Race, Violence and Terror: The Cultural Defensibility of Heteronormative Citizenship in the Virginia Tech Massacre and the Don Imus Affair
Racial Analogy and the Claustrophobia of Identity in James Baldwin's "Giovanni's Room"
Racial Publicity and Propaganda
Racial Rehabilitations of the Cold War
Radical Subjectivities: Rethinking Agency on the U.S-Mexico Border
Radical by Nature: Sanora Babb and Ecological Disaster on the High Plains, 1900-1940
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Sacrificial Celebrity: The Religious Violence of Tabloid Adolescence
Salsa as Commodity and Cultural Signifier: At a Crossroads Between Cultural Authority and Intellectual Property
Sampan, A Bilingual Bridge: On Socio-Cultural Functions of Bilingualism
Savage Homes and Primeval Mates: Evolution and the Colonial Imaginary in Edgar Rice Burroughss "Tarzan of the Apes"
Save (the Christians of) Lebanon! The Politics of Transnational Religion
Saving Catholics from Catholicism:Cultural Collision and Religious Identity in Antebellum New Orleans
Scandal to Order: The Popular Press in Antebellum New York and the Perils of Authorship
School Grounds Turned Battleground for Preservation: The Case of Dunbar High School in Washington, D.C.
Scissoring In: Black Newspaper Reading, Scrapbooks, and the Public Sphere
Seduction of Empire: Triads of Critique in Thieves of Paradise
Seeing Hawaii Statehood: Cultural Politics at the Intersections of Race and Indigeneity
Seeing through Clothing, Seeing through Skin: Physical Cultures Self-Disciplining Modern Gaze
Seeking Sanctuary: Human Rights as Family Rights
Selling King Corn With a skillful woman in charge: Gender, Food, (Agri)culture and the State
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TEK and Native American Literary/Cultural Studies: Indigeneity in Gorden Henry's "The Light People"
Juan, Rose Hsiu-li.
Taking It to the Streets: Urban Civility, Energy Conservation, and Alternate Reality Games
Talking to the Dead: Transpacific War Memory and Asian American Literature
Tambien de Dolor Se Canta: Border Crossings in Loteria Imagery
Tambo and Bones in Africa: The Minstrel Show in Pre-Industrial South Africa, 1862-1873
Tano y Chamorro/Land of the Chamorros
Teaching Class: Reading, Writing, and American Studies at an Urban Research University
Teaching Film as Transnational American Studies
Serna, Laura Isabel.
Television and the Imagined Community: Urban Riots as the Other Living Room War
Temporal Disjuncture, Body Remains?
Tex-Mex San Antonio: Culinary Aesthetics of Identity, Space, and Place
That Friendship of Whites: Philanthropy in Booker T. Washington and Charles Chesnutt
The Aesthetics of Riots and Rebirth: Belated Social Documentary Photography and Martin Luther King Jr.
The Alchemy of Belief: The Creation Museum, the Sacred, and the Profane
The American Society of African Culture 1958-1959: the Cold War, the CIA, and the Birth of Black Literary Revolt
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U.S. Laundry Art: The Visual Backdrop of Hurston's "Sweat"
U.S. Travel to Revolutionary MMexico and the Political Life of the Unclean Body
Ugly Edits: Theo Parrish and Black Aesthetic Militancy
Ugly Feelings at Home and Abroad: On Performing Asians "Here" and "There"
Ugly Step Sisters: Black Popular Fiction on the Margins of African American Literary History
Uncomfortable Fatigues: Chamorro Soldiers, Gendered Identities and the Question of Decolonization in Guam
Unlikely Allies in Unlikely Places: Chicana Feminist Scholarship and the Noble Legacy
Uprising on Route 66: Citizenship, Community, and Cruising on the Main Street of America
Using Film to Shift the Racial/Gender Gaze
Valentin de Foronda: a Philadelphian's Critique of Colonialism
Vanishing Indians, Lost Citizens: U.S. Naturalist Narratives about Evolution and the Colonial Imagination
Vanishing Tribes? Tourism and Transnational Indigeneity in Modern Vietnam
Visual Humor and the New Negro in the Painting of Archibald Motley, Jr. and Palmer Hayden
Vitiating Vision of GUMIL Hawaii Exilic Writing
Perez, Ma. Socorro.
W.E.B. Du Boiss Agit-prop
Wars of Rebellion: U.S. Latino/a Writings and the American Civil War
Was Whitman Losing Faith in Democracy?: A Revisionary Tale in a Trail of Revisions
Washington, D.C.'s 'Negro' Press-The 'Unmaking' of a Cooperative Black Society
We Are Not Alone: The Erasure of Mexican Immigrant Adolescence across the U.S. Mexican Borderlands, 1940-1956
We Didnt Cross The Charts, The Charts Crossed Us:
We Were Observing and We Copied: Florynce Kennedy, Black Power and the Genesis of Feminism(s)
Welcome to the Desert of the Reel!
What is a Black Indian? Misplaced Expectations and Lived Realities
When We Were Kings: Billy Jack, Fritz Scholder, and the Lost Rebellions of 1972
Where Dusk Meets Dawn: Listening to Du Bois at the Crossroads
Where is the Speakin' Place? Alice Childress and Cold War Dissent
Where the Boys Are: Red Cross Donut Dollies in the Vietnam War
Whip that Hoedad in the Ground: Race and Nation in the National Forest
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Xicana/o Urban Art: Graffiti, Muralism and Cross Cultural Translation in 21st Century Los Angeles
You Are My Friend: Sylvester, Social Compassion, and the Radical Possibilities of the Disco Charts
American Studies Association Annual Meeting 2008-Oct-16 to 2008-Oct-20
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