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American Studies Association Annual Meeting 2009-Nov-05 to 2009-Nov-09
"A Soldier's Creed": Camp Newspapers, Syndication Practices, and Soldier Publics in Great War America
"An Undertaker Like Him": Dan Young and the 1946 Moore's Ford Lynching
"Black Migration and the Politics of Exclusion in James Williams's 'Life and Adventures'"
"Climates of History: Atlantic Geopolitics, Narrative Indirection, and the Transient Citizen in Douglass's 'The Heroic Slave'"
"Fagtrash": Christopher Isherwood and Queer Readers
"Intimate Frequencies: Radio Alice's Broadcast of Transnational Belonging"
"Know whence You Came: James Baldwins Queer Passings in Four Documentaries
"Pauline Hopkins and the Impossible Geography of Africa"
"Performing Sex; Facing AIDS: a Point at which Public Health and Performance Ethnography Can Meet."
"Samuel Ringgold Ward's Agricultural Aspirations"
"Sexual Problems: Heteronormativity, Pornography and Asian American Men"
Parreñas Shimizu, Celine.
"Shifting Site, Affective Virtuosity: meditations on a posturban parking garage"
"Social Class and 'The Wire' "
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A Childs Best Friend: Madame Alexander Dolls during the Depression
A Contribution to the Critique of Political Ecology: Sustainability as the Reproduction of the Conditions of Production
A Diasporic Underground: African Liberation and Black Power, 1957-1994
A Greater Christian Family, in Heaven: Early-Nineteenth Century Missionary Education in Indian Country
A Large, Extended Family: Race, Resistance, and Familial Belonging in Hettie Joness Autobiographical Practices
A Mirror on America: Portraits of White House Workers
A Missionary in Reverse: Samuel Wells Williams, China, and the Liminal Missionary Experience
A Moving-Picture of Democracy: African American Film History Beyond the Screen Mirror
A New Spelling of Her Name: Audre Lorde's Queer Black Marxism
A Question of Trust: Nuclear Disaster, Citizenship, and the State at Three Mile Island
A Radical in the House?: Michelle Obama as Revolutionary Warrior
A Shifting Sense of Belonging: Sidney Lumets The Pawnbroker
A Vague and Vagrant Gender: Work, Citizenship, and the Legal Distribution of Masculinity
A citizen of the world? Chang, The Chinese Giant
Aboveground, Underground, and Locked Down: Prisons, Neo-liberalism, and Revolutionary Violence in the 1970s U.S.
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Bandit Citizenship and Outlaw Violence in John Rollin Ridges The Life and Adventures of Joaquin Murieta
Barack Obama: The First Cool President
Beauty and Ethnicity in Wedded Bliss: Rites and Romance in the Transnational Asian/American Bridal Industry
Becoming Animal, Becoming Citizen
Becoming Human: Birth and Belonging in Mary Rowlandsons Captivity Narrative
Before and After the Gringo Came: Mexican American Masculinity and the New California Literary History
Beginning from the Void: Hmong-American Literature and the Logic of Belonging
Jalao, Ly Chong Thong.
Behind the Orange Curtain
Being the Shadow: Witnessing Schizophrenia
Belonging Toward Death: Interaction Ritual and the Production of Community in a Midwestern Hospice Organization
Belonging through sign language: Deaf Americans and the development of a transnational citizenship discourse
Belonging to Capital, Belonging in Capital
Belongings: Slave Space and Slave Property on the Antebellum Plantation
Berenice Abbott and the Dilemma of Urban Citizenship
Between Admiration and Contempt: Emerson, Democracy, and the Problem of Greatness
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C.L.R. James' Black Bloc: Libertarian Socialism, Civil Rights, and Decolonization
Can the Hos Speak? Queering Black Porn, Illicit Eroticism, and Sexual Rights
Captivating America: The Mass Marketing of Colonial Captive Hannah Duston
Captured by Iraqis!: The Reemergence of American Captivity Narratives in the 21st Century
Brander Rasmussen, Birgit.
Carson McCullerss Angle: Southern Cosmopolitanism in The Ballad Of The Sad Café
Castaways: The Swiss Family Robinson, Child Book-Makers, and Literary Salvage
Celebrating Martyrs: The Popular Front and Chicago's Memorial Day Massacre
Cell Block Theater: Entertainment, Liberation, and the Politics of Prison Theater in the 1970s
Changing Currents in Environmental Documentary: Drama and Depoliticization in An Inconvenient Truth
Changing Woman, the Great War, and Soldier Citizenship in the Society of American Indians
Chinese Family Photographs and American Collective Memory
Chinese Labor and the Diversions of "Progress" in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands
Smith, L. Chase.
Circuits of Political Prophecy: Martin Luther King, Jr., Peter Tosh, Ekwueme Michael Thelwell, and the Black Radical Imaginary
Citizens of Empire: Transnationalism and Belonging in the Literature of the Great Depression
Citizenship Imagined: Prosopopeia and Narratives of Nation in Hip-Hop Culture
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Death, Nature, and Indian Mounds: The Ideological Origins of Mount Auburn Cemetery
Defending Illegal Immigrants: The Liberty Wall, The Diatribe, and Perspective by Incongruity
Desert Music: Listening, Space, and the Borders of the Sonic West
Desert Poetics: Space, Deterritorialization, and Ecology in Catherine Hong Parks Dance Dance Revolution
Designing Diversity: Reassessing belonging in the design industries and among practitioners of a Latino aesthetic
Destitution in the Digital City
Developing and Sustaining Intercultural Communicative Competence by Teaching and Studying Graphic Narratives
Dialectic Imagin (ation): Lila Downss Musical Border Crossings in a Global World
Diasporic Aesthetics of Belonging and Fictions of Return in Filipino America
Diasporic, Consumer, and Cultural Citizenship in Kims A Cab Called Reliable and Chas Dictee
Digital Memoir: Reflections on Cultural Identity and Processes of Identification
Disability and the not-so-strange career of John Howard Griffin
Disappearing Service: The Circulation of Postmortem and Portrait Photographs of U.S. Military Personnel
Disciplining the Dead: Behaviorism, Automatism, and the First Zombies
Diseased: Illness, Liberation, and Citizenship in 18th-Century Transcolonial and African-American Literatures
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Eco-Cosmopolitan Futures? Scales of Sustainable Citizenship in American Climate Change Documentaries
Ecological Indigeneity: Environmental Sustainability and Community Belonging in Global Indigenous Discourse
Ecopoetics of Sustainability: Garbage, Toxicity, and Healing in the Works of Allen Ginsberg
Educating the Heathen: A Comparative Study of American Mission Schools, 1810-1850
Edwidge Danticats Dewbreaker as Postcolonial Tragedy
Machado Sáez, Elena.
El Puerto Rican Embassy: Civic Agency, Cultural Interventions, and Surrealist Counterpublics
El otro ambiente : Class and Ethnicity in queer urban spaces in Mexico City
Russo Garrido, Anahi.
Elizabeth Maddock Dillon: Axes of American Studies
Elusive Justice: Democratic Kampucheas Cultural Genocide of the Muslim Cham
Thi Underhill, Julie.
Embodied Memory: The Hiroshima Maidens
Embracing Neo-liberalism, Longing For Citizenship: How Asian Indian Entrepreneurs Advance Their Belonging and Marginalization
Emily Carr, Totem Poles, and the Politics of Belonging
Hung, Min-hsiou Rachel.
Engendering Spaces of Civil Death: Carceral Spatiality and the Limits of Black Citizenship
Enlisting in Americas Army: The Embodied Practice of Violence and Belonging
Environmental Ethics in William S. Yellow Robe, Jr.s The Council
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Fair Vanity? The Visual Culture of Humanitarianism in the Age of Consumer Citizenship
Fair, But Not So Lovely: The Commodification of Skin Bleaching Creams Among African American Women
Falling Out With Green Nukes: Reproduction, Scarcity, and the Rhetoric of Nuclear Energy
Fathers Playing Catch With Sons: Constructions of Masculinity and Citizenship in Post-Fordist Baseball Fiction
Fifty-Five Plus: Active Adult Communities, Age Segregation and the American (Social) Landscape
Finding Sanctuary in Gayl Jones Mosquito
Fixing Disability in the Name of Progress: The Transnational Capital of Disabled Latin Americans
Flight Distance: Zoo Design and Urban Anxiety in Postwar San Diego
Floating Communities and Contested Belonging: The Flood Narratives of Hurricane Katrina and Richard Wright.
Florida, Mexico, Cuban Bloodhounds, and US Slavery: John S. Jacobs on President Zachary Taylor
Follow the Money: Imagining Radical Social Change Beyond the Non-Profit Industrial Complex
For Every Dark Moment There is Always a Glimmer of Hope: The Rank and File Movement in The Alaska Cannery Workers Union
Foreign Oil and Civil Society in Venezuela
Tinker Salas, Miguel.
Foreign and Domestic: Stratified Reproduction, Adoption, Migration
Foreigners in Yoknapatawpha: The Mississippi Chinese and racial indeterminacy in Faulkners corpus
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G.I. Juan: Latino Citizen-Soldiers in the U.S. War on Terror
Gardens in the Desert: Immigration, Belonging, and the Postcolonial City
Gated Sustainable Communities: Eco-Utopias and the Question of Who Will Survive Climate Change
Gender, Citizenship, and the Militarization of Latino Families
Genealogy, Temporality, and Knowability: American Searches for African Roots
Gentrification and the Role of the Museum: Mapping Practices and Possibilities in Manhattan's Chinatown
Ghostly Matters: Grace Lees Revision of the Zombie Genre in "American Zombie"
Going Native?: Japanese Internment Narratives and the Politics of Cross-racial Identification
Going Nuclear: Regional and National Perceptions of Nuclear Facilities in New Mexico
Good Neighbors, Bad Subjects, and the Amigo Warfare of the American Century
Good Roads, Bad Men, and the Ugliest of Conditions: Life and Labor in Florida's Chain Gangs, 1917-1945
Gordon Parks in the Favela and Ghetto: The Camera in the Hemispheric War on Poverty
Governmentality and Grand Theft Auto: Interacting with and Policing Racialized Criminality
Grace Lee Boggs and Detroits Asian Political Alliance, 1970-1972
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Habitual Circuits of Transnational Queer Belonging: Theater-Cabaret in Mexico City
Gutierrez, Laura., Russo Garrido, Anahi. and Laguarda, Rodrigo.
Haitian Soil for the Citizen's Soul
Happily Ever After: Reading Free to Be You and Me
Haptics, Mobile Handhelds, and other Novel Devices: Truongs The Book of Salt and the Tactile Unconscious of Reading across New Media
Haunted Frontiers: Ruins, Relics, and Lost Civilizations in the Backcountry
Herbert G. de Lisser's Psychological Approach to Vampirism in "The White Witch of Rose Hall"
Hijacking Justice in America: Black Power Between Detroit and Algiers
Historic Witness or Missing Tooth? Rhodes Tavern and the Politics of Preservation in Washington, D.C.
History Gave Grant Park Another Chance: Considering Place and a Civil Rights Trajectory
History Was Made at Night: The Pedagogy of Queer Nightlife
Hoboing the Empire State: Uplift, Violence, and Belonging in the Black Pacific
Housing, Community and Belonging in Postwar Harlem
How Imperial Oil Haunts Our Present
How Not to be a Multicultural Empire: Novels of the Post-American Era in the United States and China
How Sweet the Sound: African American Performances of Class and Citizenship Using the Piano
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I Couldnt Not Quilt Obama
I Feel Bonded to These People: Outdoor Adventure, Suffering, and Feelings of Belonging
I became a Negro myself: Robert Park and the Plantation as a Model for Urban Order
Identity Formation Among Muslim Youth: A Comparison of French and American Integration Debates
Illiberal Internationalism: The Repeal of Chinese Exclusion and Chinese American Racial Formation, 1943-1955
Illinoistown: A Cultural History of East St. Louis in the Twentieth Century (joint paper)
Patterson, Martha., Collins, Ann. and Lofton, Mary.
Imagining the Past for a Better Future: The WPA Murals of Aaron Douglas.
Imperial Catholic Bodies: Monks, Friars, Authority and Transgression in U.S. Protestant Travel Literature, 1870-1910
Moran, Katherine D..
In Liberty's Shadow: Refugees, Asylum, and the Bridges that Critical Race Theory Can Build
In Search of an Abolitionist Discourse on Youth, Violence and Safety
Incarcerated Labor: Reformers, Prisoners, and Trade Unionists in Early National New York
Incarcerated in Living Walls: Race, Labor, and Parole in the Great Depression
Incomplete Men: Dismemberment and the American Civil War
Infectious Imperialism: Mark Twain, Microbes and the Borders of the Citizen
Integrated Workplaces, Segregated Homes: Gender and Interracial Belonging in the Depression Era Migration Narratives
Royston Battat, Erin.
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Jazz a Cosmopolitan Vernacular: National and Transnational Narratives of Tradition and Belonging.
Katrina, You Bitch: Singing the Flood
Kaz, Cohen or Montmorency? Name-Changing in the United States During World War II
Kicked out of Bed for Eating (like) Crackers: The Denigration of Southern Food
DuPuis, E. Melanie.
Kinseys Sexual Taxonomies as Cold War Racial Biopolitics
Klowox, se asid bateri: Haitian Hunger, Food Economies, Global Divides
Kufiyaspottings: Solidarity, Commerce, Banality
La Maquila-Golondrina or Neoliberalism's Habitat-Fragmenting Habits
La Vida Nueva? US Military Bases and Vietnamese and Cuban Refugees, Ft. Chaffee, Arkansas, 1975-1982
Laboring Towards Racial Justice: The Black Alliance for Just Immigration and its Strategy of Resistance
Landscapes, Maps, and Parangles: R.M. Lacovia, Black Images, and the Poltics and Aesthetics of Pan-African Print Culture
Language and Intimacy in Hunger of Memory and Native Speaker
Latina Digital Beauty: Collective Aesthetics, Commerce, and Cultural Citizenship on the Internet
Cepeda, Maria Elena.
Latina/o American Visual Culture and Citizenship at HemisFair 68
Let Me In: Markets, Membership and the Civics of Black Popular Music, 1948 -1963
Liam Kennedy: What Does America Want?
Liberation through Empire?: The Struggle for Imperial Citizenship in the Early Twentieth Century
Life Imitating Art Imitating Life: The Production and Consumption of Black Street Vérité Documentary Films
Like Being a Little Pregnant: Practices of Belonging and Exclusion in Online Jewish Genealogy
Like Oil and Water: Philanthropic Collaboratives and Farmworker Organizing
Limits of Tricontinental Solidarity: Robert F. Williams and the Sino-Cuban Rift Concerning the Third World
Lincoln 2.0: Barack Obama, citizenship, belonging, and the politics of racial drag
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Made in the U.S.A.: Americanizing Aesthetics at Carlisle
Making Belonging through Exclusion: Violence against South Asian Women, Non-Profit Organizations, Methodologies of Culture
Making Bodies Like a Rocket: Enhancement and Evolution of Natural Bodies
Making Philadelphia Safe for WFIL-adelphia: Television, Segregation, and Media Citizenship in Postwar Philadelphia
Making Sense of Ethnoscapes and Exploring their Progressive Potential
Making a Home in Utopia: Women, Citizenship, and Belonging in the New Deal Town of Greenbelt
Searing Young, Megan.
Making an American Citizen: Teaching Citizenship in Social Problem Films of the Progressive Era
Mangomania: Power, Hierarchy and Societal change in the U.S.- Mexican Mango Market
Manly Crafts: Mike Kelley's (Oxy)moronic Gender Bending
Mark Twain, History, and the Legacies of Laughter
Mashup as Icon: Shepard Faireys Hope Portrait of Barack Obama
Masters of the Universe and the Making of Markets: Race, Smartness, and Wall Street Culture
Max Brooks' "World War Z" and the Zombie Reanimation of Yellow Peril
Memory, Narrative, and History: Rosalio Munoz and the Chicano Anti-War Movement in Los Angeles, 1969-70
Memory, Nation and Social Transformation in the Canadian Truth and Reconciliation Commission
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Nativism and Nationhood: Migratory Birds, Immigrants, and the Making of Ecological Citizens
Naughtiness and Nationhood. Race, Belonging, and Miss Italia 1996
Negotiating National Belonging: Afro-Religiosity as a Form of Resistence.
Neighbors, Niceness & Citizenship
Nelson Sullivan and his Archive of Fabulous
Neoliberalism, Sex/Race Tourism and Queer Consumption in San Franciscos Chinatown and Castro Districts
Never Again!: Tracing a Politics of Japanese Latin American Redress and Reparations as Global Justice
New Media and Disposable People
Nixons War on Drugs and the Militarization of the Los Angeles Police Force: 1968-1973.
No Final Struggle: Grace Lee Boggss Evolving Concept of Revolution and the Legacy of the Black Power Movement
Not One of Us: Denying the Rights of Citizenship to Convicted Offenders
Nothing But Negation: Black Power, New Communism, and the World-Economy
Obama: A (Nearly) Flawless (Black) Masculinity?
Obama's America: Racial Reflections
Obamafiction for Children: Imagining the Forty-fourth President
Obamas Race Resituated: Historicizing the Exportation of United States Multiculturalism to the World
Occupied Bodies: Zombies in William Seabrooks Memoir "The Magic Island" and the Film "White Zombie"
Oil on Film: New Narratives of Oil Crisis
Oil, Bronze, and Stone: Sculptural Monuments to the Petroleum Industry
Old Obsessions, Modern Concerns: Re-Evaluating the Dillingham Commission at 100
Old and New Technologies of Feminism
On Both Sides of the Bean: Workers in a Coffee Commodity Chain
On the Stage of Empire: The Louisiana Purchase Exposition and the Emergence of a Global Indigenous Consciousness
One Nation...Indivisible: Double Consciousness and Black Musical Performance
Only Two Sides to a Barricade: SDS and the Struggle Against South African Apartheid
Only in America: The Racial Politics of Country Music in a Postracial Age
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Paper Persuasions: Religious Conversion and Deliberative Democracy in the Captive Nun Tale
Passing for Black: Coon Songs and the Performance of Race
Pauper Extradition and Slave Rendition: The Double Standard of Civil Liberties in Antebellum Massachusetts
Performance Art, Racism, and Audience Confrontation: Adrian Piper's The Mythic Being
Performing the Scripts of Lyrical Citizenship: Saul Williams and Other Poemcees
Perverse Citizenship: The Anti-Domestic Death Drive and Suki Kim's The Interpreter
Physiological Democracy: The Bio/Culture of Citizenship, 1861
Picturing the Community: The McRee Town Neighborhood in Saint Louis, Missouri
Picturing the View from Above: Mapping Identity on the Prairie Empire, 1860-1880
Peterson Zundo, Mary.
Placing Humans in Nature: American Environmentalists and Global Population Control
Placing Pictures: Oaxacan Migrants and the Visual Economy of Intimacy
Playing the Perpetual Warrior: The Performativity of Hyperviolence in Gran
Schein, Louisa. and Thoj, Va-Megn.
Post-9/11 Attacks on Academic Freedom: Uncivil States, Citizenship Practices, and the Power of Personal Narrative
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Queer Bodies, Queer Citizenship
Queering Africa, Queering Diaspora
Queering the Velvets: A Reading of the Exploding Plastic Inevitable
Rabbit Raheem: I cant live without my radio
Race Suicide and Alternative Figurations of Reproduction
Race Transcendence and the Racialized Muslim
Race for Empire: Blacks and Arabs in Contemporary American Culture
Race, Empire, and Sugar Tariffs in the Early Twentieth Century United States
Race-Making in the Shadows: Action and Authenticity in 1970s Prison Radicalism
Race-ing Homelessness: Social Science and the Non-Profit Industrial Complex
Racial Performance and Protest on Television: Harry Belafontes Network Musical Spectaculars, 1959 and 1966
Racial/Sexual Terror: Alan Ball and Alicia Erian's Towelhead
Radical Whiteness: Anti-Racist Organizing and the Transformation of Racial Consciousness
Ragging the American Body: Race, Citizenship and the Bodily Economy of Ragtime
Rap Music and the Response to Katrina
Rats, Deviance, and Crowding: Ecological Visions of Race and Overpopulation in John Calhouns Rat Cities
Reading Michelle Obamas Body
Reading the Crisis: Political Subjectivities in the Post-PATRIOT Act Era
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Salvation and Sacrificial Acts: The Literary Color Line and Claims to Citizenship
Saving Mr. Jefferson: Slavery, Historiography, and the Sustainability of National Identity
Brown, Kimberly Juanita.
Scopic Citizenship: Aerial Cinematography in 1950s Hollywood
Screening Pedophilia: The Value(s) of Virtual
Seeing the 'We': Showing History, Writing Citizenship in 12 Million Black Voices
Segregation and Incarceration in the African-American Genre of Street Literature
Selling the Faces of Urban Renaissance: rhetorics of diversity in the (re)development of Washington, D.C.
Selling the Shadow: Okah Tubbee and the Performance of Afro-Indian Identities in Nineteenth Century North America
Settler Colonialism, Genocide, Culture and the Problem of Indigenous Citizenship
Sex and the Single Girl (Over 50 and HIV-positive): Women, Aging, and the Politics of AIDS Prevention
Sex vs. Citizenship: Plessy, Prostitution, and the (re)Invention of the Erotic Octoroon
Shadow Archive: Lynching Photography, Afro-Modernist Literature, and Black Citizenship
Sights of Rape and the Delineation of Modern Borders
Silence and Citizenship in Japanese Internment Camp Writing
Sing Me Back Home: Benefitting Katrina
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Tactics of Puerto Rican Cultural Production in East Harlem: Murals, Flags, Casitas, and Gardens
Take this Hammer: Odetta, Coffeehouse Publics, and the Tributaries of the Left, 1953-1962
Target(ing) HIV: Branding an Epidemic at the Minnesota AIDS Walk
Teaching Graphic Novels in a Multicultural Class Room
Television Drama as Dissent: The Wire as Antidote to Self-Help Ideology
Testimonial Citizenship: Responding to International Womens Issues
Thanda Matlab Coca-Cola: Transnational Systems of Commodities, Culture, and Activism in Neoliberal India
The "Thrill" of Not Belonging: Sui Sin Far on Citizenship
The ABCs of Chinese Pop: Celebrity and the Performance of Ethnic and Transnational Identities
The Aesthetics of Counter-Feminine Resistance: Diane Gamboa and the Alien Invasion Series
The American Mandate over the Near East, 1919-2009, Or, Why Dont You Know About This?
The Anti-Grotesque, or, a Defense of Normalcy
The Band of Mercy: Missionaries, Animal Welfare, and the Moral Economy of Empire
The Blackfaced Atlantic: McAdoos Jubilee Singers and McAdoos Minstrels in South Africa, 1890-1898
The Capital of Cultural Authenticity in the Sovereignty of Tribal Disenrollments
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Un-American Nationalism: The 1930s Left and the Etymology of Fascism in U.S. Culture
Uptown, Downtown, and the Cultural Economy of Place
Victory at Last: The End of the Urban Crisis in 1968, 1998, and 2008
Video and the Terror of the Visual in Haneke's 'Caché'
Visibility and Victimization: Hate Crime and the Geography of Punishment
Vodou Economics: Haitian-American Transnational Relations
Walled Gardens: The Society of Friends and Guarded Education, 1750 1820
Wallowing in the Dirt with William Holbrook Beard
Wandering Jews and Strangers in Strange Lands: Representing the Jew in the Early National Theatre
We Are All Americans First: Postwar Visions of African American Citizenship in Consumer Magazines
We Cant Be What GEP Wants Us to Be: Dancing Respectability and Respect
We Want the Funk: Richard Pryor, Black Nationalism, and Shit Thats Funny
What Are You Doing Right Now?: Facebook and The Question of Surveillance as Community-Builder
What Produced the Mechanized Tomato Harvester? Exploring Masculinity and Expertise in Post-War Food Production
De La Pena, Carolyn.
What we call a metaphor in our country: Emily Dickinson's Public Sphere
Whats a Working Girl to Do?: Sex Industry Labor and the Limits of Sexual Citizenship
When Rita Moreno's Voice Changes
When We Talk English: English-Only Policy and the Indian Boarding School Movement
When a (Black) Man Loves a (Black) Woman: The Cool Way Barack & Michelle Re-define Black (Man-Woman) Love
Where Whales Were Mountains: Sovereignty and Indigenous Environmentalism
Which Way Utopia? Delany, Douglass, and African American Experimental Politics
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You Are Being Watched (By a Spinster)?
You Cant Catch Me If You Cant: Gender Transgression and the Permeability of Power in "The Aggressives "
Zombies Rule: Anarchism, Environmentalism, and the Zombie Metaphor
American Studies Association Annual Meeting 2009-Nov-05 to 2009-Nov-09
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