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Mass incarceration in America: A social problem
The Buffalo Central Terminal as a beacon for the community: Speculation on the Central Terminal and its future
(Re)producing memory of the forgotten: The representation of minority cultures' memories, histories, and identities in museums
Geometries of desire: Carole Maso's "The Art Lover", Rikki Ducornet's "The Fan-Maker's Inquisition", and Joanna Scott's "The Manikin"
Relations between Native Americans and those of African descent in the South, 1526 to 1907
Selling (out) the local scene: Grunge and globalization
U.S. strategic interest in Somalia: From Cold War era to War on Terror
Restoring Washington Irving into the national American canon
Krump or die: Representations of krumping in contemporary film and the processes of assimilation, racism, narration, and commodification
Let us put our minds together as one: To be a citizen of the Haudenosaunee
Revisiting the Asian Financial Crisis of 1997-1998: Neoliberalism, global economic crises, and the role of the nation-state
Being scientifical: Popularity, purpose and promotion of amateur research and investigation groups in the U.S.
Even gods do: The construction and presentation of network culture in Neil Gaiman's "American Gods"
Working-class reality?: How the blue-collar reality shows misrepresent the U.S.working class
The Six Nations Police Service: An oral history project
Hounded beyond all bounds of reason: Morality and the sublime in American literary naturalism
Tragic investigations: The value of tragedy in American political and ethical life
Attitudes toward spatial privacy in the United States of America
Becoming American in Sam Shepard's West and Asian American West
Interweaving: Memory through machines
Haudenosaunee worldviews through Iroquoian cosmologies: The published narratives in historical context
Indians and the national unconscious: Discourses of nationalism and democracy in the United States and Bolivia, 1780--1850
Agencies and associations: Women writing Indian reform in nineteenth-century America
Beyond binaries: Globalization, the Korean film industry, and Hollywood hegemony
"A song along the keyboard": Popular music and literature in postwar American culture
"I think about this dream often": Nostalgic visions of Native Americans during the Progressive Era, 1890--1930
Images of the other, narratives of the self: Representations of Venezuela in the U.S. printed press 1982--2002
De-constructing constructed news events
Individualism and the sectional crisis: Emerson, Thoreau, Hawthorne, Melville, and their responses to slavery and racism
American movement: Nature and civilization in Turner, Cooper, Twain, and Cather
The individual and the community: A productive tension in American history from the colonial era to 1860
The effect of deindustrialization and globalization on the feminization of poverty in Buffalo, New York (1970--2008): A case study of transitional housing at Gerard Place
Senecas and their neighbors: An ethnographic and historical portrait
Queer melodramatics: The feeling body and the American democratic imagination
Hip hop in Buffalo: Three stories of struggle, survival and success
Class, gender, and philanthropy in the New York Society of Decorative Art, 1877-1902
The untold story of Roycroft women
"Hellfire & brimstone" Middle-aged Americans' everyday practices of automobile culture, religion and art
When people become corporations: Product placement and gender construction on Bravo TV's "The Real Housewives of New York City"
Human menageries: Freak show legacies in contemporary American literature and popular culture
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