Issue 35

A note from the Editor

ARTICLES

“Not eradicated by enlightenment alone”: Reinhold Niebuhr and the conflicted meaning of racial factions in American civic life.
Gideon Mailer, (University of Minnesota)
Note: This paper was updated on July 8 2015 by request of the author. The original article can be found here.

“This Ain’t So Bad”: The Suburban Furrow in Transit
Christian Long

Demon est deus inversus: Literary Cartography in Melville’s “The Encantadas”
Patrick Chura, (University of Akron)

REVIEWS

Marshall Boswell and Stephen J. Burn (eds.): A Companion to David Foster Wallace Studies
Edward Jackson, (University of Birmingham)

Charles N. Edel: Nation Builder: John Quincy Adams and the Grand Strategy of the Republic
Alex Bryne, (The University of Nottingham)

Joseph Eaton: The Anglo-American Paper War: Debates About the New Republic, 1800-1825
Peter O’Connor, (Northumbria University)

Alison Clark Efford: German Immigrants, Race, and Citizenship in the Civil War Era
Lorenzo Costaguta, (University of Nottingham)

Catherine McNeur: Taming Manhattan: Environmental Battles in the Antebellum City
Pat Massey

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