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Submissions from 2019

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Make America Bleed Again: The Violent Geography of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s ​'Oklahoma!'​, Ryan Poll

Submissions from 2017

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Eluding the Authorities: Tom Waits in Postmodern Context, Timothy Scherman

Submissions from 2016

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Dis-Alienating the Neighborhood: The Representation of Work and Community in "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood", Timothy R. Libretti

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A Proletarian Book of Laughter and Remembering: Carlos Bulosan’s "The Power of the People" and the Inter/National Class Struggle, Timothy R. Libretti

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Bedazzled, Christine A. Simokaitis

Submissions from 2014

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'A Question of Meum and Tuum': The Civilization of the Commodity and the Maintenance of Inequality in Charles Chesnutt’s "The Conjure Woman" and "The Marrow of Tradition", Timothy R. Libretti

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Beyond the Innocence of Globalization: The Abiding Necessity of Carlos Bulosan's Anti-Imperialist Imagination, Timothy R. Libretti

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'Verticality is such a risky enterprise': Class Epistemologies and the Critique of Upward Mobility in Colson Whitehead’s "The Intuitisionist”, Timothy R. Libretti

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Oakes Smith Returns to Maine, Timothy Scherman

Submissions from 2013

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A Rest, Christine A. Simokaitis

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(A)Vocation, Christine A. Simokaitis

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Cardiac Arrest, Christine A. Simokaitis

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Christmas Wishes, Christine A. Simokaitis

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St. Philomena, Christine A. Simokaitis

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The Beginning of the End, Christine A. Simokaitis

Submissions from 2012

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Working the Case: "The Wire" and Working-Class Cops on American Television, Timothy R. Libretti

Submissions from 2011

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Chandra Talpade Mohanty, Timothy R. Libretti

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Henry Roth’s Re-Imagination of Class Consciousness Through the National Subject from "Call It Sleep" to "The Mercy of a Rude Stream" Novels: Class Consciousness, Nationalist Politics, and Working-Class Studies in the Age of Postcolonial Theory, Timothy R. Libretti

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Herbert Marcuse, Timothy R. Libretti

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Multiculturalism and Cultural Studies, Timothy R. Libretti

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Proletarian Literature, Timothy R. Libretti

Submissions from 2009

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"A Broader and Wiser Revolution": Refiguring Chicano Nationalist Politics in Latin American Consciousness in Post-Movement Chicana/o Literature, Timothy R. Libretti

Submissions from 2008

The Zapatista Unconscious: Connecting Chicana/o and Indigenous Consciousness in Graciela Limón’s "Erased Faces", Timothy R. Libretti

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Weaning, Christine A. Simokaitis

Submissions from 2006

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Carlos Bulosan’s Songs of Innocence and Experience: From Utopian Americanism and Internationalism to Filipino Nationalist Politics and Culture, Timothy R. Libretti

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Integration as Disintegration: Remembering the Civil Rights Movement as a Struggle forSelf-Determination in John Sayles’s "Sunshine State", Timothy R. Libretti

Catalog of Dreams, Christine A. Simokaitis

Submissions from 2005

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Cultural Studies, Timothy R. Libretti

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Detecting Empire from Inside Out and Outside In: A Comparative Study of the Detective Fiction of Lucha Corpi and Elizabeth George, Timothy R. Libretti

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E. San Juan, Jr., Timothy R. Libretti

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Modernism and Politics, Timothy R. Libretti

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William Attaway, Timothy R. Libretti

Submissions from 2004

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Dispossession and Disalienation: The Fulfillment of Life in Ursula LeGuin’s "The Dispossessed", Timothy R. Libretti

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Sexual Outlaws and Class Consciousness: Rethinking History and Class Consciousness from a Queer Perspective, Timothy R. Libretti

Submissions from 2002

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Against Premature Internationalism: Reasserting the Necessity of Nationalism for Socialist Liberation in the Age of Post-Theory, Timothy R. Libretti

Submissions from 2001

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"America is in the Heart", by Carlos Bulosan, Timothy R. Libretti

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The Other Proletarians: Native American Literature and Class Struggle, Timothy R. Libretti

Submissions from 2000

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History and Queer Consciousness: The Dialectics of Gay Identity in U.S. Literature, Timothy R. Libretti

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Looking Backward, Looking Forward: Jesus Colon’s Left Literary Legacy and the Adumbration of a Third World Writing, Timothy R. Libretti

Submissions from 1999

Leaping Over the Color Line: Postethnic Ideology and the Evasion of Racial Oppression, Timothy R. Libretti

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Lucha Corpi and the Politics of Detective Fiction, Timothy R. Libretti

Rethinking Chicana/o Identity, Politics, and Nationalism in the Fiction of Alejandro Morales, Timothy R. Libretti

Submissions from 1998

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Beyond False Promises: K. B. Gilden's "Between the Hills and the Sea" and the Rethinking of Working-Class Culture, Consciousness, and Activism, Timothy R. Libretti

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First and Third Worlds in U.S. Literature: Rethinking Carlos Bulosan, Timothy R. Libretti

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Rethinking Class from a Chicana Perspective: Identity and Otherness in Chicana Literature and Theory, Timothy R. Libretti

Submissions from 1997

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Asian American Cultural Resistance, Timothy R. Libretti

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Forgetting Identity, Recovering Politics: Rethinking Chicana/o Nationalism, Identity Politics, and Resistance to Racism in Alejandro Morales's "Death of an Anglo", Timothy R. Libretti

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Rediscovering Nation, Resisting Racial Oppression: The Aesthetics of ‘Putting Up’ in U.S. Third World Writing, Timothy R. Libretti

Writing Across and Within Borders: The Representation of Imperialism and the Defense of Nationalism in U.S. Third World Writing, Timothy R. Libretti

Submissions from 1996

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'We Can Starve Too': Americo Paredes’ "George Washington Gomez" and the Proletarian "Corrido", Timothy R. Libretti

Submissions from 1995

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Is There a Working Class in U.S. Literature?: Race, Gender, and the Proletarian Tradition, Timothy R. Libretti

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’What a Dirty Way of Getting Clean’: The Grotesque in U.S. Proletarian Literature, Timothy R. Libretti