Editors: Elizabeth Duquette and Stacey Margolis
Table of Contents
"Lost and Found in Gilead, Iowa,"
Kathryn Hamilton Warren (215-222)
Considering the Racially “Inscrutable” Child: Letter Response to Laura Soderberg, “Writing the Criminal Child: Antebellum Prison Records, Parenting Manuals, and the Rise of the Incorrigible Child,”
Brigitte Fielder (223-225)
"Unraveling the Blood Line: Pauline Hopkins’s Haitian Genealogies,"
Mary Grace Albanese (227-248)
"Regional Nationalism and the Ends of the Literary World," Alex Zweber Leslie (249-275)
"Did Howells Give Up on Realism?"
Rafael Walker (277-300)
"On First Looking into Charles Chesnutt’s Homer,"
Tess Chakkalakal (301-327)
FORUM: Amerikastudien; Or, American Studies in Germany
Sascha Pöhlmann (329-333)
"My Sixty Years as an Amerikanist,"
Heinz Ickstadt (335-342)
"With and beyond Borders: Toward a Posthumanist American Studies,"
Johanna Heil (343-348)
"Learning from June Jordan and Walt Whitman (and from Las Vegas, too): Notes on Inclusivity and Borders,"
Kerstin Schmidt (349-355)
"Precarious Romanticism: Nineteenth-Century American Literary Studies in Germany,"
Clemens Spahr (357-362)