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Vol. 65.4 (2020)

STORIED CITIZENSHIP


 

Storied Citizenship: Imagining the Citizen in North American Literature

 

ARTICLES

 

INA BATZKE and KATJA SARKOWSKY
“Storied Citizenship”: Imagining “the Citizen” in American Literature

BROOK THOMAS
The United States’ Civic Myth of the Citizen-Soldier in the Era of the Civil War and Reconstruction

ABIGAIL FAGAN
The Citizen as Self-Abnegating: Othering the Drunkard in the Early Republic

MICHAEL RODEGANG DRESCHER
Dissenting Puritans: Mythological Resignification in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter

INA BATZKE
Reimagining the Reproductive Citizen Before and After the Reproductive Turn

PETER SCHNECK
Owners and Others: Proper Citizens and Migrants without Properties

CEDRIC ESSI
The Parent as Citizen: Multiracialism in Jane Lazarre’s Beyond the Whiteness of Whiteness: Memoir of a White Mother of Black Sons

KATJA SARKOWSKY
“Citizens of the World”: Writing the Citizen in Contemporary Indigenous Life Writing

 

REVIEWS

 

KLAUS BENESCH
Francisco Cantú, The Line Becomes a River: Dispatches from the Border (2018)

JULIUS GREVE
Dorothea Gail, Weird American Music: Case Studies of Underground Resistance, BarlowGirl, Jackalope, Charles Ives, and Waffle House Music (2018)

GERO GUTTZEIT
Richard Kopley, The Formal Center in Literature: Explorations from Poe to the Present (2018)

MONIKA MÜLLER
Tim Lanzendörfer, Books of the Dead: Reading the Zombie in Contemporary Literature (2018)





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