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Shadows of Mashantucket: William Apess and the Representation of Pequot Place - Mark Rifkin
Obeah’s Sensations: Rethinking Religion at the Transnational Turn - Toni Wall Jaudon
Harriet Jacobs among the Militants: Transformations in Abolition’s Public Sphere, 1859–61 - Caleb Smith
“Some Queer Freak of Taste”: Gender, Authorship, and the “Rock Me to Sleep” Controversy - Jennifer Putzi
Comparative Racialization, Immigration Law, and James Williams’s Life and Adventures - Edlie Wong
Cosmopolis: Don DeLillo’s Melancholy Political Ecology - Nicole M. Merola
Into the Breach: Poetics in Post-Millennial Poetry Criticism - Michael Davidson
A New Literary History of America. Ed. Greil MarcusWerner Sollors - Tom Ferraro
Style, Gender, and Fantasy in Nineteenth-Century American Women’s Writing by Dorri Beam / Radical Spiritual Motherhood: Autobiography and Empowerment in Nineteenth-Century African American Women By Rosetta R. Haynes / Antebellum American Women Writers and the Road: American Mobilities by Susan L. Roberson - Shirley Samuels
The Grand Chorus of Complaint: Authors and the Business Ethics of American Publishing by Michael J. Everton / Reading and Disorder in Antebellum America by David M. Stewart - Ronald J. Zboray
Minority Reports: Identity and Social Knowledge in Nineteenth-Century American Literature by Michael Borgstrom / Loyal Subjects: Bonds of Nation, Race, and Allegiance in Nineteenth-Century America by Elizabeth Duquette / Remapping Citizenship and the Nation in African-American Literature by Stephen Knadler - James Salazar
Freud Upside Down: African American Literature and Psychoanalytic Culture by Badia Sahar Ahad / Images of Black Modernism: Verbal and Visual Strategies of the Harlem Renaissance by Miriam Thaggert. Amherst - Lindsey Andrews
Melting-Pot Modernism by Sarah Wilson / Late Modernism: Art, Culture, and Politics in Cold War America by Robert Genter - Jeff Allred
Writing Celebrity: Stein, Fitzgerald, and the Modern(ist) Art of Self-Fashioning by Timothy W. Galow / Modernism Is the Literature of Celebrity by Jonathan Goldman - Colbey Emmerson Reid
Troublemakers: Power, Representation, and the Fiction of the Mass Worker by William Scott / American Socialist Triptych: The Literary-Political Work of Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Upton Sinclair, and W. E. B. DuBois by Mark W. Van Wienen - Alan Wald
Seeing Fictions in Film: The Epistemology of Movies by George M. Wilson / Dark Borders: Film Noir and American Citizenship by Jonathan Auerbach - Sam B. Girgus
The Souls of Mixed Folk: Race, Politics, and Aesthetics in the New Millennium by Michelle Elam / The Postwar African American Novel: Protest and Discontent, 1945–1950 by Stephanie Brown / If We Must Die: From Bigger Thomas to Biggie Smalls by Aimé J. Ellis - Keith D. Leonard
Reconstituting Americans: Liberal Multiculturalism and Identity Difference in Post-1960s Literature by Megan Obourn / identity complex: Making the Case for Multiplicity by Michael Hames-García - Cara Fabre
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