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American Studies Association Annual Meeting 2008-Oct-16 to 2008-Oct-20
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
The Black Cat in the Hat: Seuss and Race in the 1950s
The Black Underground: Uprisings from Below and the Black Underclass in Ralph Ellisons Invisible Man
The Brief Wondrous Career of Junot Diaz
The Bushman and the Cowboy: Australian and American Frontier Mythology, Transnational Popular Culture, and National Identity
The Case for Scholarly Reportage
The Changs Next Door to the Diazes: Regional Racial Formation in Los Angeless San Gabriel Valley
The City Raw: Photography, Class, and Culture in Cold War New York
The Class Dimensions of Brownness
The Commercial Indian
The Crossroads After 9/11: Production and Reception in New Mexico's "Los Moros y Cristianos" Plays
The Cultural Work of Edward Everett Hale's "The Man Without a Country"
The Dead Body as Cabinet of Medical Curiosity: Corpses, Cadavers, and the Human Anatomy Lab
Clifford, Clare Emily.
The Death Penalty and Innocence on Trial
The Deportation Terror
The Distance Between Medford and Meridan is a Stones Throw
The Domestic Dependent Status of Native Studies with American Studies
The Drama of Disintegration: American Bodies and Diaspora Geographies in Ama Ata Aidoos "Dilemma of a Ghost"
The Eastern Bloc Meets the Mythic West: East Germany, Hollywood, and the Western
The Education of Zitkala-Sa: How Pragmatism Goes Native
The Epistolary Landscape of Mass Incarceration
The Ethics of Affection: AIDS and the Drama of Everyday Life in Bed Stuyvesant, Brooklyn
The Ethnoscape of Hip Hop: Alterity and Authenticity in Italian North American Hip Hop
The Experience of Print in the Early Black Atlantic
The Ford Motor Company: Colonization from Detroit to the Detroit of South Africa.
The Foreign Labyrinth: Two Competing Memories in the Age of 9/11
The Gods Were Dancing and We Were Soon to Join Them: Performance, Knowledge, and the Body in Hurston and Dunham
The Gray Zone: Hillary Clinton and the Ways We Live History
The Great Garlic Cook-off: Cooking Contests and the Paradigm of Domestic Cooking
The Guilty Subject: Frederick Douglass and the Racialized Limits of Freedom
The Illogic of Illness: Reflections on the Cultural Construction of Montezumas Revenge
The Invisible Labor of Prisoners
The Jingle Dress in Ojibwe History
The Korean American Cowboy
The Labor of Love: Kinship, Multiracialism, and Antiracist Practice in Jane Lazarres "Beyond the Whiteness of Whiteness" and Rebecca Walkers "Black White and Jewish
The Light and the Truth of Slavery and the Margins of Abolitionist Print Culture
The Lincoln County War Revisited: Place, Race, and Memory
The Magic Island: Haiti, Seabrook, and the Working Dead
The Making of Barack Obama
The Martyrdom of Pat Tillman and the Battle for His Civil Religious Meaning
The Mexican Body and State Violence
The Myth of the Infinite Embrace: Armenians and American Citizenship
The Myth of the Superwoman in Speculative Fictions of the Long 1970s
The Nature of Dislocation and Desire: The Poetry of Adrienne Rich and Minnie Bruce Pratt
The Neoliberal State of Disaster Exceptionalism
The New War on Terror and the Old Civil Rights
The Night the Stars Fell: Historical Convergences on the Southern Plains
The Outsourcing of Souls: Black and Mexican Catholics in 1920s Chicago
The People of the "Picture Window": The Jewish Suburban Debate
The Peoples Voice: A Progressive African American Press Confronts the Cold War.
The Political Culture of American Fanaticism: John Brown and Operation Rescue
The Practice of Belonging in B-Boying Cyphers
The Professors House and the Ethics of Authenticity
The Public Life of La Alianza Federal de Mercedes
The Quest for ï¿½Cosmopolitan Affection:ï¿½ W. E. B. Du Bois and the Settlement Movement
The Quiet Little Republic: Liberia, The US, and the Sentiment of Success
The Racial Railroad: Traversing Technology, Space, and the Color Lines in Twentieth Century American Ethnic Literature
The Real and the Reel in Columbia Pictures 1940 Film, "Arizona": Projecting Memories and Futures of the Arizona-Sonora Borderlands
The Rhetoric and Reach of "Hispanidad": From Village to Ivory Tower
The Rich Are Different: Work and Life in Annie Hall, An Unmarried Woman, and Kramer vs. Kramer
The Right to Laugh: Children, Race, and Humorous Publication in Antebellum America
The Shadow of the White Pacific: Transnational Politics of Anti-Asian Agitation in the U.S.-Canadian Borderlands
The Sovereign Body: Indigenous Political Form and Genealogics of Rule
The Special People Club: Scenes from the New Queer Minstrelsy
The Special Relationship: Contemporary European American Studies and the State
The Spirit of Expansion and Speculation: How Racial Violence Caused the Panic of 1837
The State Fair in Twenty-First Century America: Where Rural Nostalgia and Agricultural Industrialization Collide
The Story of History: American Studies and Race Theory Re-Imagined
The Sublime Revolutionary Power of Development: José Bernardo Gutiérrez de Lara and the Movement for Mexican Independence in Texas
The Third-generation Armenian American Writers Echo the Quest for Self-Identity with the Genocide at Its Core
The Transit of Empire: Native Hawaiian Reorganization and the Indian Contagion
The Troubled Properties of U.S. Colonialism: Urban Sprawl and Uncommon Ground
The Truman Show: Cold Wars of the Mind in the Neoliberal Present
The U.S. Audience of Haitian Political Memoirs, 1805-1820
The U.S. Cold War Information Dissermination Campaign in Asia: Local Contexts and National Identities
The United States of Failure? The Failed State and Exceptionalism
The Use of the Frontier Topos in Sam Peckinpahs "Cross of Iron"
The Vanishing Americanists
The Virginian: Only a Good Soldier in Wisters Class War
The War at Home: Chicano/a Activism against the Viet Nam Conflict
The Whole World on a Plate
The Particular Task of Integrated Analysis: Examining Race, Sex, and Gender in the Politics of Urban Violence
The ï¿½Clouded Citizenshipï¿½ of Rooted Families: Natural Grounds of National Belonging in Hiroshi Nakamuraï¿½s "Treadmill"
Theyre Nihilists, Donny: Bowling and the Performance of Masculinity in Hollywood Cinema
This Land Belongs to Us: Articulations of Anishinaabe Sovereignty in Treaty-making with the U.S. and Canada.
Three Cold War Texts and a Critique of Imperialism
Timestamp: Temporality and Visual Culture in the Global War on Terror
To Determine Our Own Course: Protestant Christianity, Wilsonian Democracy, and the Korean Independence Movement in the United States, 1919-1945
Toil and Soil: Authorizing Enslaved Ecological Work and Rites
Touring Waste and Memory Fatigue: Resisting Environmental Injustice
Toward Ecofeminist Praxis for Repossessing Bodies: Performance and Resistance in Cherríe Moragas Plays
Towards a Caribbean Theory of Indigeneity in the Americas
Trading Bodies: Race and Memory in the Progressive-Era White Slavery Panic
Trading Spaces: The Role of Women Soldiers in Bringing the Home Front to the War Front
Transnational American StudiesThe Challenge of New Programs in the Context of North Africa
Transnational Domesticity: Fabiola Cabeza de Baca's Agricultural Extension Work in New Mexico and Mexico (1929-1957)
Transnational Feminist Utopias: Gilmanï¿½s "Herland" and Hossainï¿½s ï¿½Sultanaï¿½s Dreamï¿½
Transnational Wheel of Images: Hollywood Makes a Plea for Mutual Understanding Between Middle East and West
Transpacific Crossroads of American Folk Music: The U.S. and Japanese Constructions of Folk and Otherness
Transracial Adoption and the Multiracial Family, 1950-2000: Pinko Queer Revolt or Neoliberal Wet Dream?
Trapped in the Margins: (Re)Locating Indians in the 19th Century Southeast
Travels of Terror: Indigeneity, Gender and Visuality in Peru and the United States
Traversing Borders in Central Mexico
Troppo Mario: Italian Cooking, American Celebrity
Turning Indian, Empowering African American Identity: Hopkins' Turn-of-the-Century Manifest Domesticity in Winona
Turtles Can Fly: Invasion, Influence and Inevitability Along the Frontier
Twelve Million Black Voices in No Man's Land: The Dialectics of Regionalism in Richard Wright
American Studies Association Annual Meeting 2008-Oct-16 to 2008-Oct-20
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