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I know what Lindsay Lohan did last night: Celebrity gossip and its use of disciplinary power over women
From internment to 'model minority': The reintegration of Japanese Americans in United States society after World War Two
American experience: A structural analysis of personal experience narratives, the Federal Writers' Project to Storycorps
Pint-sized spectacles: American youth beauty queens and the power(ful) dynamic of the institutionalized pageant
On the Social Significance of W.E.B. Du Bois' "The Social Significance of Booker T. Washington"
I Know I Am Someone: Michael Jackson, "Thriller", and American Identity
Ethnic Entrepreneurship and Latino Placemaking in Suburban Washington: The Case of Langley Park, Maryland
The Rise of "Slut-o-ween": Cultural Productions of Femininity in Halloween Costumes
Hitler Walks Into a Bar: The Nazi in American Humor
Committee Influence Compared: The Senate Foreign Relations Committee and the Senate Armed Services Committee
Radical hybridity: An account of the fragment subject in American literature, 1937--2003
Dangerous men, dangerous media: Constructing ethnicity, race, and media's impact through the gangster image, 1959--2007
Taming the territory: Women and gender on the Florida frontier
Unionville: Race, time, place and memory in Talbot County, Maryland, 1634--1892
State technology to state of being: The making of the internet in global popular culture (1980--2000)
Constructing and contesting color lines: Tidewater native peoples and Indianness in Jim Crow Virginia
Medicalizing edutainment: Enforcing disability in the teen body, 1970--2000
Under siege: The discursive production of embattled suburbs and empowered suburbanites in America, 1976-1992
Manifest mercenaries: Mercenary narratives in American popular culture, 1850--1990
Out of the barn and into a home: Country music's cultural journey from rustic to suburban, 1943--1974
Concrete solutions: Architecture of public high schools during the "urban crisis"
Slavery and Suffering: William Lloyd Garrison and American Abolitionism in Memory and Literature
From Legal Rights to Citizens' Rights and Alien Penalties: Migrant Influence, Naturalization, and the Growth of National Power over Foreign Migrants in the Early American Republic
The Revolution Will Not Be Televised?: Black Nationalist Comedians Shape Mainstream Culture Through Television, 1974--2005
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