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"With some of the best essays collected on the subject this volume opens up new spaces for the fields of Caribbean and of American studies. This is a path-breaking edited volume." — Anthony Bogues, Brown University
"Archipelagic American Studies offers an expansive, liberating vision of archipelagic, island, and American studies as well as the discourses and material relations that implicate U.S. imperialism and the locations and articulations of power." — Gary Y. Okihiro, author of, Island World: A History of Hawai`i and the United States
"Brilliant, transformative, and a model of engaging scholarship, Archipelagic American Studies offers a bracing challenge to reevaluate and reimagine the ways in which we structure knowledge in American studies. A conceptually innovative and highly imaginative work." — Shelley Fisher Fishkin, author of, Writing America: Literary Landmarks from Walden Pond to Wounded Knee
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