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Journal of American Culture Seeks Reviewers

The following books are available for review in the Journal of American Culture. 

If interested contact Camille McCutcheon: CMCCUTCHEON@uscupstate.edu

Armstrong, Tim. The Logic of Slavery:  Debt, Technology, and Pain in
American Literature. Cambridge, 2012. (262 pages).

Curley, Stephen. The Ship That Would Not Die: USS Queens, SS Excambion,
and USTS Texas Clipper. Texas A&M Press, 2011. (235 pages).

Di Bello, Patrizia, Collette Wilson, and Shamoon Zamir, eds. The Photo
Book: From Talbot to Ruscha and Beyond. I.B. Tauris, 2012 (228 pages).

Ferguson, Roderick A. The Reorder of Things: The University and its
Pedagogies of Minority Difference. University of Minnesota Press, 2012
(232 pages).

Gray, Paul Bryan. A Clamor for Equality: Emergence and Exile of Californio
Activist Francisco P. Ramirez. Texas Tech University Press, 2012 (344
pages).

Grigsby, Mary. Noodlers in Missouri: Fishing for Identity in a Rural
Culture. Truman State University Press, 2012 (144 pages).

Jennison, Ruth. The Zukofsky Era: Modernity, Margins, and the Avant-Garde.
The Johns Hopkins University, 2012 (203 pages).
Kitts, Thomas M. Finding Fogerty: Interdisciplinary Readings of John
Fogerty and Creedence Clearwater Revival. Rowman & Littlefield, 2012. (238
pages).

McCool, Daniel. River Republic: The Fall and Rise of America’s Rivers.
Columbia University Press, 2012 (304 pages).

Milian, Claudia. Latining America: Black-Brown Passages and the Coloring
of Latino/a Studies. University of Georgia Press, 2012. (288 pages).

Moody, David L. Political Melodies in the Pews?: The Voice of the Black
Christian Rapper in the Twenty-First-Century Church. Lexington Books,
2012. (132 pages).

Neill, Deborah J. Networks in Tropical Medicine: Internationalism,
Colonialism, and the Rise of a Medical Specialty, 1890-1930. Stanford
University Press, 2012 (208 pages).

Phillips, Christopher N. Epic in American Culture: Settlement to
Reconstruction. The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2012 (304 pages).

Ramage, James A., and Andrea S. Watkins. Kentucky Rising: Democracy,
Slavery, and Culture from the Early Republic to the Civil War. The
University of Kentucky Press, 2011 (347 pages).

Ray, Nicholas, ed. Interrogating The Shield. Syracuse University Press,
2012 (206 pages).

Sandlin, Anathalee G. A Never-Ending Groove: Johnny Sandlin’s Musical
Odyssey. Mercer University Press, 2012 (309 pages).

Sarat, Austin, Catherine O. Frank, and Matthew Anderson, eds. Teaching Law
and Literature. Modern Language Association of America, 2011 (446 pages).

Schlund-Vials, Cathy J. War, Genocide, and Justice: Cambodian American
Memory Work. University of Minnesota Press, 2012 (194 pages).

Silverman, Gillian. Bodies and Books: Reading and the Fantasy of Communion
in Nineteenth-Century America. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2012 (156
pages).

Spencer, John P. In the Crossfire: Marcus Foster and the Troubled History
of American School Reform. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2012 (352
pages).

Sterne, Jonathan. MP3: The Meaning of a Format. Duke University Press,
2012 (245 pages).

Thomson, Keith. Jefferson’s Shadow: The Story of His Science. Yale
University Press, 2012 (263 pages).

Urquijo-Ruiz, Rita E. Wild Tongues: Transnational Mexican Popular Culture.
University of Texas Press, 2012 (160 pages).

Williams, Camilla, and Stephanie Stonekan. The Life of Camilla Williams,
African American Classical Singer and Opera Diva. Edwin Mellen Press, 2011
(245 pages).


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