American Studies: An Anthology
March 2009, Wiley-Blackwell
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1. Rethinking Race and Nation from Black is a Country: Race and the Unfinished Struggle for Democracy: Nikhil Pal Singh.
2. Manifest Domesticity: Amy Kaplan.
3. Nuestra America´s Borders: Jose David Saldivar.
4. Prologue to The Practice of Diaspora: Literature, Translation, and the Rise of Black Internationalism: Brent Edwards.
5. Removal: Tiya Miles.
6. Redefining Security: Okinawa Women's Resistance to US Militarism: Yoko Fukumora and Martha Matsuoka.
II. States, Citizenship, Rights.
7. Introduction: Laura Doyle.
8. The Johnson-Reed Act of 1924 and the Reconstruction of Race in Immigration Law: Mae Ngai.
9. The Citizen and the Terrorist: Leti Volpp.
10. Race, Gender, Privileges of Property: Peggy Pascoe.
11. Racing Religion: Moustafa Bayoumi.
12. The Intimate Public Sphere: Lauren Berlant.
13. Democratic Passions: Reconstructing Individual Agency: Chris Newfield.
III. Reproduction of Work.
14. Domestic Life in the Diggings: Susan Lee Johnson.
15. Women's Sweat: Gender and Agricultural Labor in the Atlantic World: Jennifer Morgan.
16. Fashioning Political Subjectivities: 1909 Shirtwaist Strike and the Rational Girl Striker: Nan Enstad.
17. The Age of the CIO: Michael Denning.
18. Work, Immigration, Gender: New Subjects of Cultural Politics: Lisa Lowe.
19. Global Cities and Circuits: Saskia Sassen.
IV. Religion, Spirituality, and Alternate Ways of Being in the U. S.
20. Snakes Alive: Religious Studies Between Heaven and Earth: Robert Orsi.
21. From Demon Possession to Magic Show: Ventriloquism, Religion, and the Enlightenment: Leigh Schmidt.
22. Rethinking Vernacular Culture: Black Religion and Race Records in the 1920s and 30s: Evelyn Higginbotham.
23. The Madonna of 115th Street Revisited: Vodou and Haitian Catholicism in the Age of Transnationalism: Elizabeth McAlister.
24. The Good Fight: Israel after Vietnam: Melani McAlister.
25. Getting Religion: Janet Jakobsen and Anne Pellegrini.
V. Performances and Practices.
26. The Origins of Mass Culture: Richard Ohmann.
27. Riddle of the Zoot: Malcolm Little and Black Cultural Politics during World War II: Robin Kelley.
28. Mardi Gras Indians: Carnival and Counter-Narrative in Black New Orleans: George Lipsitz.
29. To Be Young, Brown and Hip: Race, Gender and Sexuality in Indian American Youth Culture: Sunaina Maira.
30. Teatro Viva! Latino Performance and the Politics of AIDS in Los Angeles: David Roman.
31. Waiting for Godzilla: Towards a Globalist Theme Park: Takayuki Tatsumi.
32. Hollywood’s Hot Voodoo: Eva Cherniavsky.
VI. Body Talk.
33. Turning People into Products: Walter Johnson.
34. Redressing the Pained Body: Toward a Theory of Practice: Saidiya V. Hartman.
35. Between ‘Oriental Depravity’ and ‘Natural Degenerates’: Spatial Borderlands and the Making of Ordinary Americans: Shah.
36. The Rule of Normalcy: Politics and Disability in the USA: Lennard Davis.
37. The Patient’s Body: Virginia Blum.
38. Queer Cyborgs and New Mutants: Mimi Nguyen.
VII. Mediating Technologies.
39. Two Spinning Wheels in an Old Log House: Laurel Thatcher Ulrich.
40. The Cultural Mediation of the Print Medium: Michael Warner.
41. Likeness as Identity: Reflections on the Daguerrean Mystique: Alan Trachtenberg.
42. I Want to Ride in Geronimo’s Cadillac: Philip Deloria.
43. Reading the Book of Life: DNA and the Meanings of Identity:Sarah Chinn.
44.Television and the Politics of Difference: Herman S. Gray.
VIII. Sites, Space, and Land.
45.Where is Guantánamo: Amy Kaplan.
46. Knowing Nature Through Labor: Richard White.
47. Rethinking Environmental Racism: White Privilege and Urban Development in Southern California: Laura Pulido.
48. Commerce: Reconfiguring Community Marketplaces: Lizbeth Cohen.
49. The Prison Fix: Ruth Gilmore.
50. The Globalization of Latin America: Miami: George Yúdice.
51. Do You Know What it Means to Miss New Orleans: Katrina, Trap Economics, and the Rebirth of the Blues: Clyde Woods.
IX. Memory and Re-Memory.
52. Not only the Footprints, but the Water, Too: Avery Gordon.
53. The Lost Cause and Causes Not Lost: David Blight.
54. The Wall and the Screen Memory: Marita Sturken.
55. The Patriot Acts: Donald E. Pease.
56. Silencing the Past : Power and the Production of History: Michel-Rolph Trouillot.
X. Internationalization and Knowledge Production about American Studies.
57. Spectres of comparison: American Studies and the United States of the West: Liam Kennedy.
58. Romancing the Future: Internationalization as Symptom and Wish: Robyn Wiegman.
59. Outside Where? Comparing Notes on Comparative American Studies and American Comparative Studies: Donatella Izzo