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This is a snapshot of the program as it existed on October 19, 2012. The most up-to-date version of the program can be found online at theasa.net. Please note that Session Numbers (not page numbers) are shown below.

African American Studies

Aesthetics in the Belly of the Beast: Reading American Carceral Art ... 242

Affect, Dissensus, and Empire ... 055

African American Readers of the Past: Interpreting Traces of Margin and Center ... 049

African Americans... 1960s Europe: (Post) Colonialism, State Violence, and Cultural Production ... 283

Anthologizing African American Literature in the Twenty-first Century ... 230

Archives of Memory and Erasure ... 363

ASA Ethnic Studies Committee: The Question of Palestine in the Context of Contemporary and Historical Struggles against Racism and Settler Colonialism ... 191

ASA Women’s Committee: Televisual Empires: Interrogating the Black Female Body in Television ... 253

Ask Your Mama: The Sound(ed) Poetics and Politics of Black Feminist Internationalism ... 146

Awkward Black Com 2.0: A Roundtable Discussion ... 185

Beyond Frederick Douglass’ Narrative ... 144

Black and Cuba, an African American Studies Documentary: Work-in-Progress Screening and Talkback with Director/Cast ... 432

Black Empire, Black Counterpublics: Dispossession and Resistance in the Americas ... 396

Black Genealogies of Modernity: History, the Archive, and Futurity ... 376

Black Independent Cinema Before and After Pariah ... 278

Black Mobility, Traveling Identities, and Disaporic Resistance in the Nineteenth-Century Periodical Press ... 355

Blackness and Latinidad ... 411

Blackness and the Sacred Performative ... 077

Black Radical Imagination Resisting the Cold War: John Biggers, Harry Belafonte, Gwendolyn Brooks ... 268

Body . Archive . Empire: Mapping Racial Hegemony Through the Transnational ... 387

Caribbean ReCastings of American Studies ... 023

Caucus: Sports Studies: More than a Game: Global Sports, Exotic Bodies, and Contested Spaces ... 149

COINTELPRO Then and Now ... 095

Color-Blind Blackness: Invisible Racial Economies of the American Empire ... 200

Cultural Evangelism ... 402

Cultural Production, Racial Identity, and Black (Inter)Nationalism in the Jim Crow Era ... 135

Curating Empire: Museum Publics ... 311

Deterritorialization/Reterritorialization ... 421

Domestic Conflicts/Global Spheres: Race and Empire in the Long Twentieth Century ... 011

Empire and Resistance in Unexpected Places ... 082

Extraction Stories ... 316

Flow of Empire, The: Gender, Water, and the Affect of Resistance ... 175

From Black Power to Prison Power: What does Jones v. North Carolina Prisoners’ Labor Union Mean for Black Studies and Critical Prison Studies Today? ... 140

Girl Talk ... 332

Haiti and Cross-Cultural Modernism ... 300

How and When Race Changed in the Post–World War II U.S. ... 180

I’m a MuthaFking Monster: Alter Egos, New Media, and Black/Queer Performativity ... 213

Jazz and the Voices of Empire and Resistance ... 377

Keywords of Black Visuality ... 367

Market Controls, Labor Passes, and Musical Boundaries: Tracing Racial Choreographies of American Culture, 1860-1920 ... 236

Mercenaries, Missionaries, and Explore... 150

Years in Africa ... 143

Mexico in Time and Space ... 247

Modernities in Retrograde: Mapping Comparative Temporalities of Race ... 400

Navigating Black Poetry: Borderland Geographies and Poetry on the Twenty-first-Century Cultural Studies Landscape ... 046

Now is the Time: New Narratives of Civil Rights History ... 245

Past, Present, and Future: Politics and Culture in Haiti and U.S. /Haitian Relations ... 262

Playing Indian Chief: Indigenous Racial Authority and Representation ... 406

Prison/Representation ... 050

Queer Performance in Black and Brown ... 207

Race and Real Estate: Possessing the Black Diaspora ... 353

Race, Gender, and the Sixties ... 027

Slavery in the Atlantic World: Body, Flesh, and Spirit ... 115

Social Scientific Racism—Understanding the Stereotypes that Permeate “Pop” Social Science ... 065

Staging Race and Nation ... 309

Subversive Bodies and Corporate Persons ... 232

Talking Back to Empire: Phillis Wheatley and the Art of Resistance ... 296

Transnational African American Political Thought ... 083

Transnational Print Publics ... 014

Transnational South, The ... 384

Violence, Politics, and Cultural Expression: The Legacy of Haiti in the Nineteenth-Century U.S. ... 086

Worlds of Color: Black Internationalism in the Twentieth Century ... 026

Writing Resistance to Empire: African American Transnational Alliances ... 129

Anthropology

Dimensions of Occupation ... 073

Appalachian Studies

Unsustainable Practices: Land, Labor, and Livestocks ... 354

Arts

Affect, Dissensus, and Empire ... 055

Black Radical Imagination Resisting the Cold War: John Biggers, Harry Belafonte, Gwendolyn Brooks ... 268

Caucus: Visual Culture: Visualizing Pre-Columbian Civilizations in the Service of Nation-Building in the U.S. and Mexico, 1880–1980 ... 172

Computation and the Non-Human: New Directions in Queer Theory and Art ... 372

Cultural Production, Racial Identity, and Black (Inter)Nationalism in the Jim Crow Era ... 135

New Deal Urbanisms ... 119

Pictures from an Expedition: Aesthetics of Nineteenth-Century Cartographic Exploration in the Americas ... 048

Race, Gender, and the Sixties ... 027

Racial Misrecognition and the Performance of Belonging ... 040

Staging Race and Nation ... 309

Subversive Bodies and Corporate Persons ... 232

West Side Story: A Roundtable Discussion ... 287

Asian American Studies

Alien Belongings: Exploring Transnational Citizenship in the Age of Empire ... 239

Archives of Memory and Erasure ... 363

ASA Ethnic Studies Committee: Psychoanalysis and the Racialized Other ... 340

Asian/American Cultural Critique and Global Neoliberalism ... 258

Asian Los Angeles: Defining Space in the Past and Present City ... 074

Beyond White Picket Fences: Identities, Belonging, and Asian Americans in Suburb... 1950s–2000s ... 118

Diasporic, Ethnic, and Imperial: West and South Asian Subjectivity in the Heart of Empire ... 324

Empires of Funk: U.S. Colonialism, Filipina/o Resistance, and Hip Hop ... 237

Form and Figure in the Asian Americanist Critique of Empire, The ... 430

Human Rights, Law, and Citizenship ... 272

Politics and Poetics of Urban Space, The ... 214

Queer Performances of the Nation: Asian/American Performance and the Politics of Diaspora ... 335

Race, Surveillance, and the State: Asia and Asian Americans in the Pacific Empire ... 206

Return of the Tiger: The Social and Cultural Politics of Asian American Parenting ... 045

Sun Never Sets I, The: Rethinking Geographies of U.S. Imperial Power ... 269

Sun Never Sets II, The: Critical Perspectives on Diaspora and the Family ... 294

Transnational African American Political Thought ... 083

Transpacific Exclusions and Imaginations: Cultural Crossings Between Asian and American Empires ... 375

Turning the Tide of Empire: Analyzing, Challenging, and Eradicating Settler Colonialism in Hawai‘i ... 383

Border Studies

ASA Ethnic Studies Committee: Psychoanalysis and the Racialized Other ... 340

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: Roundtable on When Jesus Came, the Corn Mothers Went Away ... 205

Authors—Meet—Critics: New Books in Nineteenth-Century U.S. Latino Studies ... 053

Borders and the Transnational Body: Negotiating Subjectivities and National Identities Across the U.S. -Mexico Border ... 295

Claiming Arizona: Historical, Rhetorical, and Spatial Battles ... 201

Conscripts of Empire ... 056

Empire and Resistance in Unexpected Places ... 082

Empires and Discursive Dissent: Reimagining Aesthetic Traditions in Race and Ethnicity Studies ... 010

Freedom University Georgia: Higher Education and the Fight for Equal Rights in the Empire’s South ... 203

Homeland Insecurity ... 051

Human Rights, Law, and Citizenship ... 272

Incantations and Imbrications: Mediascapes of Immigrant Rights ... 252

Latino Film: Resisting Empire in the Borderlands ... 227

Mexico in Time and Space ... 247

Narco-Empire, The: Violence and Resistance in the U.S. -Mexico Border Region ... 323

Poetics of Empire ... 141

Racial Misrecognition and the Performance of Belonging ... 040

Ubiquity of Empire, The: Everyday Sites of Imperial Nation-Building and Resistance ... 412

Unsustainable Practices: Land, Labor, and Livestocks ... 354

Caribbean Studies

Archipelagic American Studies ... 174

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: Environmental Justice ... 151

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: Sport ... 238

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: Sugar and the Narration of Commodities ... 210

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: The Corporation ... 102

Between Island and Diaspora: Locating, Creating, and Performing Afro-Puerto Rican Bomba ... 329

Blackness and Latinidad ... 411

Caribbean Ambivalence: Nation, Transnationality, and Outsiderness ... 270

Caribbean ReCastings of American Studies ... 023

Caucus: Environment and Culture: Environmental Dimensions of Empire: Eco-Terrorism, Militarization, Waste, Sustainability, and Climate Migrancy ... 178

Circuits of Empire: Communication and Circulation in the Early Caribbean ... 066

Environmental Phenomena and the Urban Caribbean: The Social Impact of Development and Disaster ... 297

Franco-American Imperial Formations: Liberty, Slavery, Race, and Citizenship ... 261

Fraught Production, Anxious Consumption: Exchanges of Meaning in the Colonial Caribbean ... 142

Geographies of the Caribbean ... 342

Guantánamo Public Memory Project, The: An Invitation to Artists, Archivists, Activists, and Academics ... 388

Haiti and Cross-Cultural Modernism ... 300

Historical Coloniality, Universal Empire, and the Indigenous “Present” in the Caribbean ... 165

Homeland Insecurity ... 051

Imperial Journeys: Airlines and Hoteliers as Agents of U.S. -Caribbean Cultural Negotiation ... 380

Imperium in Imperio: Intra-racial and Intra-ethnic Trajectories in Black/Brown Identity Discourses ... 104

Migration and Empire: Cultural Expressions of the Caribbean Diasporas ... 415

Musical Movements ... 303

Narratives of the International from Above and Below ... 313

Piracy and Empire in the Early Caribbean ... 381

Poetics of Empire ... 141

Primitive Accumulation and Past/Present/Future Empire ... 071

Slavery in the Atlantic World: Body, Flesh, and Spirit ... 115

Turtle Leads the Way: A Poetics of Contact Literatures in the Early Americas ... 229

Women Writing the Caribbean Diaspora ... 194

Chicano/Latino Studies

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: Language Ideologies, Spanish in the U.S. , and Latinidad ... 263

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: Roundtable on When Jesus Came, the Corn Mothers Went Away ... 205

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: Sport ... 238

Authors—Meet—Critics: New Books in Nineteenth-Century U.S. Latino Studies ... 053

Blackness and Latinidad ... 411

Borders and the Transnational Body: Negotiating Subjectivities and National Identities Across the U.S. -Mexico Border ... 295

Cartooning, Caricature, and the Imperial Grotesque ... 139

Caucus: Sports Studies: More than a Game: Global Sports, Exotic Bodies, and Contested Spaces ... 149

Challenging the Axes of Exclusion during the Late Twentieth Century: New Narratives of Latina/o Migration ... 192

Chavela Vargas, La Bamba, and Morrissey: Mapping Queer Musical Diasporas and Desires ... 325

Conscripts of Empire ... 056

Deterritorialization/Reterritorialization ... 421

Dimensions of Empire in the Southwest: Early Mexican American Women Writers ... 307

Envisioning Spain, Narrating Borders: Race, Hemisphere, and Empire in Nineteenth-Century American Studies ... 025

Freedom University Georgia: Higher Education and the Fight for Equal Rights in the Empire’s South ... 203

Geography Ground Zero: Territories of Labor, Race, and Region in Contemporary U.S. Politics ... 111

Hemispheric Latinidades: Latina/o American Public Cultures, Public Conflicts ... 164

Homeland Insecurity ... 051

Human Rights, Law, and Citizenship ... 272

Jazz and the Voices of Empire and Resistance ... 377

Junot Díaz and the Latina/o American Literary Field Imaginary ... 150

Latino Film: Resisting Empire in the Borderlands ... 227

Mexican American Middle Class, The: Between Multiple Worlds ... 416

Mexico in Time and Space ... 247

Modernities in Retrograde: Mapping Comparative Temporalities of Race ... 400

Neoliberal Post-Empire: Discourses of Law, Immigration, and the Latino Condition ... 401

Pedagogies of Empire ... 244

Politics and Poetics of Urban Space, The ... 214

Queer Performance in Black and Brown ... 207

Rebel: A Woman, A Myth, and The Politics of National Memory: Written and Directed by María Agui Carter ... 331

Routledge Companion to Latino/a Literature Roundtable II, The: Transnational Routes and Circulation ... 385

Scholarship, Community, and Responses to “Crimmigration” Complexes in the Global Nuevo South: A Roundtable ... 136

Subjectivity and Sound: Rethinking Genre in Chicano/a Music ... 187

The Routledge Companion to Latino/a Literature Roundtable I: (Inter)disciplinarity in Latino/a Writing, Performing, Eating, Breathing ... 364

Triangulating Latinidad across the Americas: Cuba, Guatemala, Mexico, and the United States ... 202

Childhood and Youth

Animating Empire: Youth Culture and the National Imagination ... 336

Beyond Incarceration, Toward Interventions: Roundtable on Juvenile Justice ... 022

Black, White, or Other?: Reading Race, Constructing Childhood in American Popular Culture ... 122

Caucus: Childhood and Youth Studies: Space, Place, and Privilege: New Geographies of Childhood ... 290

Girl Talk ... 332

Imperial Cinema ... 043

Pedagogies of Empire ... 244

Queerness, Affect, and Necropolitics ... 302

Return of the Tiger: The Social and Cultural Politics of Asian American Parenting ... 045

Right to the City, but a Right to Empire?: The Geopolitics of Unequal Belonging ... 264

Sixties, Fifty Years Later, The ... 054

Transnational Print Publics ... 014

Class

Caucus: Childhood and Youth Studies: Space, Place, and Privilege: New Geographies of Childhood ... 290

Conscripts of Empire ... 056

Mexican American Middle Class, The: Between Multiple Worlds ... 416

Our Moment, His Honor: Working-Class and Labor Radicalism in the Lifetime of David Montgomery ... 358

Re-thinking Red, Yellow, Black, and Chicana/o Power through Oral History ... 314

Social Scientific Racism—Understanding the Stereotypes that Permeate “Pop” Social Science ... 065

Colonial and Postcolonial Studies

Affect, Dissensus, and Empire ... 055

African Americans in 1960s Europe: (Post) Colonialism, State Violence, and Cultural Production ... 283

Against Wardship: The Society of American Indians and the Making of U.S. Citizenship, 1911–1923 ... 338

American Pacific, The ... 404

Articulations of Empire and the Perils and Possibilities of Comparative Work ... 390

ASA Ethnic Studies Committee: The Question of Palestine in the Context of Contemporary and Historical Struggles against Racism and Settler Colonialism ... 191

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: Environmental Justice ... 151

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: Global Health ... 308

Asian Americanist Keywords: Fetish, Biopolitics, Assemblage ... 057

Between Islands and Empires: Hemispheric Legacies of Cultural Labor in the Pacific and the Caribbean ... 392

Body Politic, The: Comparative Area Studies, Queer Theory, and Transnational American Studies ... 188

Bordering of America, The: Axes of Inclusion and Exclusion in Age of U.S. Empire ... 020

Caribbean Ambivalence: Nation, Transnationality, and Outsiderness ... 270

Caribbean ReCastings of American Studies ... 023

Caucus: Early American Matters: Religious Empires and American Indigeneity ... 008

COINTELPRO Then and Now ... 095

Commodity Chains and Transactions of Sovereignty ... 063

Comparative Colonialisms: Practices of Rule and Administration in the U.S. and British Empires ... 004

Complicity and Confrontation in U.S. Empire: Past, Present, and Future ... 394

Conscripts of Empire ... 056

Consumer Empire: American Advertising and Nationalism ... 100

Crisis Economies of U.S. Empire ... 060

Cultural Studies, Military Ecologies, and the Sciences: The Futures of the Environmental Movement ... 079

Decolonizing Area and Gender Studies: A Roundtable on Pasts, Presents, and Futures ... 277

Deterritorialization/Reterritorialization ... 421

Dimensions of Occupation ... 073

Doing Disciplinarity: Puerto Rican Studies is/as/with American Studies ... 365

Domestic Conflicts/Global Spheres: Race and Empire in the Long Twentieth Century ... 011

Empire and Resistance in Unexpected Places ... 082

Ensuring a Future Beyond U.S. Empire: Methodologies, Indigenous Genealogies, and Land-Based Practices ... 036

Environmental Phenomena and the Urban Caribbean: The Social Impact of Development and Disaster ... 297

Fantasies of Home in Narratives of Empire: Antarctica, California, and Indonesia ... 382

Geographies of the Caribbean ... 342

Geography Ground Zero: Territories of Labor, Race, and Region in Contemporary U.S. Politics ... 111

Great Migrations, Governmentality, and Grassroots Activism: Reproducing Empire Chicago Style ... 271

Haiti and Cross-Cultural Modernism ... 300

Historical Coloniality, Universal Empire, and the Indigenous “Present” in the Caribbean ... 165

Imaginary Indians: Representations of Native American People in Comparative Imperial Perspective ... 110

Imperial Designs: U.S. Empire, Technology, and Transcaribbean Space ... 103

Imperial Journeys: Airlines and Hoteliers as Agents of U.S. -Caribbean Cultural Negotiation ... 380

Imperial Landscapes: Making, Mapping, and Re-Organizing Urban Spaces ... 395

Keywords in Critical Ethnic Studies: Racialization, Genocide, Settler Colonialism, and Debt ... 081

Legal Imperialism, Legal Orientalism, and the Human ... 330

Liberalism in the Service of Empire: Past, Present, and Future ... 013

Mercenaries, Missionaries, and Explore... 150

Years in Africa ... 143

Ministry, Missionaries, and Empire ... 166

Modernities in Retrograde: Mapping Comparative Temporalities of Race ... 400

Native Hawaiians, Colonialism, and Resistance: A Roundtable ... 186

Neoliberal Post-Empire: Discourses of Law, Immigration, and the Latino Condition ... 401

Objecthood, Abjecthood, and Fantasies of American Conquest ... 021

Occupy Academe, Resist Colonization II: Neo-liberal Crisis and Student Protest ... 132

Occupy Academe, Resist Colonization I: Neo-liberal Crisis and Transnational Student Protest ... 107

People of Color on Turtle Island: Settler Colonialism, Diaspora, and Native Sovereignty ... 256

Pinkwashing from Palestine to Puerto Rico: Colonial Afterlives, Corporeal Control, and Valences of Resistance ... 341

Piracy and Empire in the Early Caribbean ... 381

Playing Indian Chief: Indigenous Racial Authority and Representation ... 406

Presidential Address: The Twilight of U.S. Empire? American Studies and the Paradox of Neoliberalism ... 225

Prison/Representation ... 050

Prisons, Policing, and U.S. Empire: Cold War Crucible ... 357

Remapping Empire: Telling, Selling, and Touring Transnational American Souths ... 075

Rethinking U.S. Empire in the Long Nineteenth Century ... 233

“Rights of Discover... 1500-1800, The: Politics, Religion, and the Letter of the Law in Colonial American Encounters ... 189

Schools in the Making and Unmaking of U.S. Imperial Formations ... 378

Sciences of Colonization ... 424

Sun Never Sets I, The: Rethinking Geographies of U.S. Imperial Power ... 269

Transnational African American Political Thought ... 083

Unsustainable Practices: Land, Labor, and Livestocks ... 354

Verses Versus: Native Poetry, Empire, and Settler Colonialism ... 362

Vieques Struggle: Political, Social, and Historical Significance ... 171

Women Writing the Caribbean Diaspora ... 194

World Is Not Enough, The? Trans-colonialism and Resistance from Dollar Stores to Distant Shores ... 195

Communications

Caucus: Digital Humanities: Digital Shorts: New Platforms of Knowledge Production and Resistance ... 133

Circuits of Empire: Communication and Circulation in the Early Caribbean ... 066

Consumer Empire: American Advertising and Nationalism ... 100

Objecthood, Abjecthood, and Fantasies of American Conquest ... 021

Technologies of Empire and Resistance ... 304

Critical Theory

Abolition Undercommons ... 196

Affect, Dissensus, and Empire ... 055

American Quarterly: Decolonial Feminist Critique ... 080

American Quarterly: Popular Culture and the Crisis of the Subprime: Representation, Race, and Empire ... 177

Archives of Memory and Erasure ... 363

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: Speculation, Futurity, New Materialisms ... 127

ASA Students’ Committ... 180

in Progress: Lightning Shorts from the Next Generation ... 157

Asian Americanist Keywords: Fetish, Biopolitics, Assemblage ... 057

Caucus: Environment and Culture: Environmental Dimensions of Empire: Eco-Terrorism, Militarization, Waste, Sustainability, and Climate Migrancy ... 178

Caucus: Science and Technology: What is the Future of Technology in American Studies?: A Roundtable ... 131

Comic Reversals: Tripping on the Domestic Rug and Bringing Down the Imperial House ... 397

Curious Objects: Aesthetic Capitalism and the Waning of American Empire ... 009

Fear and Loathing in the Archives: Field Notes on Histories of Violence ... 128

Keywords of Black Visuality ... 367

Mexico in Time and Space ... 247

Militarism and the Mind: Discourses of Psychology in Contemporary War ... 379

Narratives of Neoliberalism, Pasts, and Futures ... 398

Queerness, Affect, and Necropolitics ... 302

Technologies of Empire and Resistance ... 304

Transnational Transversals: Movements of Liberation, 1960–1989 ... 068

Unsustainable Practices: Land, Labor, and Livestocks ... 354

Cultural Geography

Archipelagic American Studies ... 174

Caucus: Childhood and Youth Studies: Space, Place, and Privilege: New Geographies of Childhood ... 290

Contested Geographies: Negotiating Space in Historical and Contemporary Puerto Rico ... 059

Critical Landscape Interpretation in the North American West ... 246

Deterritorialization/Reterritorialization ... 421

Dimensions of Occupation ... 073

Half Life of Empire, The: Creative Research on Cold War Remains ... 428

Imperial Landscapes: Making, Mapping, and Re-Organizing Urban Spaces ... 395

Local Riders, Transnational Implications: Public Transit, Race, and Geographic Imagination ... 267

Market Controls, Labor Passes, and Musical Boundaries: Tracing Racial Choreographies of American Culture, 1860-1920 ... 236

Narratives of the International from Above and Below ... 313

On Space, Sex, and Disability ... 279

Poetics of Empire ... 141

Politics and Poetics of Urban Space, The ... 214

Setting Out for the Empire at Home: Domestic Negotiations of Imperial Images “on Tour” ... 198

Tourism as Resistance: How to Make “A People’s Guide” for Your Community ... 286

Transnational Urbanism: Space, Place, and the Making of Race in Los Angeles ... 418

Waste and Ruin ... 289

Diaspora Studies

Archives of Memory and Erasure ... 363

ASA International Committee Talkshop I: Teaching Puerto Rico ... 062

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: Language Ideologies, Spanish in the U.S. , and Latinidad ... 263

ASA Women’s Committee: Performing Repression and Resistance in Black and Latino Diasporas ... 334

Between Island and Diaspora: Locating, Creating, and Performing Afro–Puerto Rican Bomba ... 329

Black Empire, Black Counterpublics: Dispossession and Resistance in the Americas ... 396

Black Mobility, Traveling Identities, and Disaporic Resistance in the Nineteenth-Century Periodical Press ... 355

Blackness and Latinidad ... 411

Cartooning, Caricature, and the Imperial Grotesque ... 139

Caucus: Critical Prison Studies: Prisoners of Empire: Puerto Rican Political Prisoners and Resisting U.S. Colonialism ... 328

Challenging the Axes of Exclusion during the Late Twentieth Century: New Narratives of Latina/o Migration ... 192

Diasporic, Ethnic, and Imperial: West and South Asian Subjectivity in the Heart of Empire ... 324

Doing Disciplinarity: Puerto Rican Studies is/as/with American Studies ... 365

Dramatic Reading and Discussion: Poet/Novelist Giannina Braschi on Empire and Immigration ... 217

Geographies of the Caribbean ... 342

Haiti and Cross-Cultural Modernism ... 300

Human Rights, Law, and Citizenship ... 272

Imperium in Imperio: Intra-racial and Intra-ethnic Trajectories in Black/Brown Identity Discourses ... 104

Los Nombres: Puerto Rican Popular Music in Lorain, Ohio ... 423

Migration and Empire: Cultural Expressions of the Caribbean Diasporas ... 415

Musical Movements ... 303

Narratives of the International from Above and Below ... 313

Past, Present, and Future: Politics and Culture in Haiti and U.S. /Haitian Relations ... 262

People of Color on Turtle Island: Settler Colonialism, Diaspora, and Native Sovereignty ... 256

Performance as Power and Critique: Social Change in African Diasporic Performance ... 117

Prison/Representation ... 050

Race and Real Estate: Possessing the Black Diaspora ... 353

Slavery in the Atlantic World: Body, Flesh, and Spirit ... 115

Sun Never Sets II, The: Critical Perspectives on Diaspora and the Family ... 294

Time and Untimeliness in the Practice of Diasporas ... 024

Worlds of Color: Black Internationalism in the Twentieth Century ... 026

Disability Studies

Citizenship and Belonging: Disability, Race, and Sexuality in America ... 076

Dimensions of Empire: Rehabilitating the Citizen Body and Psyche in the Age of Global Neoliberalism ... 120

Disabling Biopolitics: Optimal Capacity, Optimal Debility ... 321

On Space, Sex, and Disability ... 279

Subversive Bodies and Corporate Persons ... 232

Transnationalism and Discourses of Human Rights ... 041

Early American Studies

Affiliation and Empire in Early America ... 361

Beyond Frederick Douglass’ Narrative ... 144

Black Genealogies of Modernity: History, the Archive, and Futurity ... 376

Building an Empire of Commodities: Global Trade and Early American Visual Culture ... 339

Captive Traffics: Transnationality, Empire, and Resistance ... 028

Caucus: Early American Matters: Resisting Empire and Colonization: A Methodology Roundtable ... 154

Circuits of Empire: Communication and Circulation in the Early Caribbean ... 066

Colloquy with Eliga Gould on Among the Powers of the Earth ... 318

Commodity Chains and Transactions of Sovereignty ... 063

Dimensions of Occupation ... 073

Freaks, Monsters, and Madwomen: Women’s Narratives and the Formation of Empire ... 405

Imaginary Indians: Representations of Native American People in Comparative Imperial Perspective ... 110

Piracy and Empire in the Early Caribbean ... 381

“Rights of Discovery", 1500–1800, The: Politics, Religion, and the Letter of the Law in Colonial American Encounters ... 189

Slavery in the Atlantic World: Body, Flesh, and Spirit ... 115

Staging Race and Nation ... 309

Teaching Early America in the Atlantic World ... 281

Transnational Print Publics ... 014

Violent Pre-Occupations: The Power of Crowds, Mobs, and Riots in American History ... 212

Women Writing the Caribbean Diaspora ... 194

Education

American Pacific, The ... 404

ASA Committee on Graduate Education: Digital Dimensions of Graduate Education in American Studies (co-sponsored by the Digital Humanities Caucus and ASA Students’ Committee) ... 182

ASA Minority Scholars Committee: Mentoring from the Pipeline Through to Tenure Track ... 134

ASA Students’ Committee and Regional Chapters Committee— What’s Next?: A Discussion with Student ASA Regional Award Winners ... 228

ASA Students’ Committee: Roundtable on the Results from the ASA Students Survey ... 124

Occupy Academe, Resist Colonization I: Neo-liberal Crisis and Transnational Student Protest ... 107

Occupy Academe, Resist Colonization II: Neo-liberal Crisis and Student Protest ... 132

Pedagogies of Empire ... 244

Playing Indian Chief: Indigenous Racial Authority and Representation ... 406

Prison Abolition and Teaching Inside Carceral Institutions ... 282

Return of the Tiger: The Social and Cultural Politics of Asian American Parenting ... 045

Schools in the Making and Unmaking of U.S. Imperial Formations ... 378

Teaching Early America in the Atlantic World ... 281

Environmental Studies

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: Environmental Justice ... 151

Caucus: Environment and Culture: Environmental Dimensions of Empire: Eco-Terrorism, Militarization, Waste, Sustainability, and Climate Migrancy ... 178

Caucus: Environment and Culture: Situating Sustainability in an Unequal World: Tales from California, Texas, Puerto Rico, UAE, and India ... 259

Caucus: Science and Technology Studies: Empires of Science, Resisting Solutions ... 106

Cultural Studies, Military Ecologies, and the Sciences: The Futures of the Environmental Movement ... 079

Digital/Imperial Worlds ... 084

Empire and Resistance in Unexpected Places ... 082

Environmental Phenomena and the Urban Caribbean: The Social Impact of Development and Disaster ... 297

Exposed to the Elements: The Politics of the Natural Body ... 234

Half Life of Empire, The: Creative Research on Cold War Remains ... 428

Material Resistance: Waste and the Production of Environmental Knowledge ... 431

Routledge Companion to Latino/a Literature Roundtable I, The: (Inter)disciplinarity in Latino/a Writing, Performing, Eating, Breathing ... 364

Sanitary Imperialism: U.S. Efforts to Clean and Beautify Puerto Ricans ... 130

Unsustainable Practices: Land, Labor, and Livestocks ... 354

Waste and Ruin ... 289

Ethnography

Dimensions of Occupation ... 073

Empire and Resistance in Unexpected Places ... 082

Performance as Power and Critique: Social Change in African Diasporic Performance ... 117

Film Studies

Anti-Imperialist Film Festival November 15 ... 017

Anti-Imperialist Film Festival November 1 ... 113

Anti-Imperialist Film Festival November 17 ... 241

Anti-Imperialist Film Festival November 18 ... 366

ASA K–16 Collaboration Committee III: A Screening and Discussion of the Film Precious Knowledge ... 315

Black Independent Cinema Before and After Pariah ... 278

Cartographies of U.S. Empire Across History, Geography, and Nation, The ... 089

Documentary Screening and Director’s Discussion with Bernardo Ruiz: Roberto Clemente ... 092

Fantasies of Home in Narratives of Empire: Antarctica, California, and Indonesia ... 382

Film Screening and Director’s Discussion with John Sayles: Amigo ... 346

Hollywood’s Korea/Korea’s Hollywood ... 035

Imperial Cinema ... 043

Latino Film: Resisting Empire in the Borderlands ... 227

Now is the Time: New Narratives of Civil Rights History ... 245

Resistance to Apartheid: South Africa and the United States ... 343

Resisting the Imperial Archive: New Work in Moving Image Preservation and Access ... 061

Folklore

Musical Movements ... 303

Touring for Culture: U.S. Tourists and the Formation of Empire in the Early Twentieth Century ... 310

Foodways

ASA K–16 Collaboration Committee I: Food Justice ... 266

Caucus: Food Studies: Archives of Domesticity and Dissent: Cookbooks, Cooking Culture, and the Limits of Culinary Exchange ... 101

Routledge Companion to Latino/a Literature Roundtable I, The: (Inter)disciplinarity in Latino/a Writing, Performing, Eating, Breathing ... 364

Sciences of Colonization ... 424

States of Hunger: Representation, Repression, and Resistance ... 369

Unsustainable Practices: Land, Labor, and Livestocks ... 354

Gender and Sexuality

Aesthetic Dimensions of the Puerto Rican Diaspora: Institutional Violence, Sexuality, and Public Culture ... 179

Affect, Dissensus, and Empire ... 055

Affect, Empire, and Photography ... 317

Alien Belongings: Exploring Transnational Citizenship in the Age of Empire ... 239

American Quarterly: Decolonial Feminist Critique ... 080

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: Slavery’s Past Lives and Afterlives ... 288

At Home in the World: Gender, Media, Performance, and Other “Domestic” Concerns ... 280

Birthright Citizenship and Its Discontents: Historical Contexts, Transnational Circuits ... 373

Black Independent Cinema Before and After Pariah ... 278

Blackness and the Sacred Performative ... 077

Body . Archive . Empire: Mapping Racial Hegemony Through the Transnational ... 387

Borders and the Transnational Body: Negotiating Subjectivities and National Identities Across the U.S. -Mexico Border ... 295

Cartooning, Caricature, and the Imperial Grotesque ... 139

Caucus: Food Studies: Archives of Domesticity and Dissent: Cookbooks, Cooking Culture, and the Limits of Culinary Exchange ... 101

Caucus: Humor Studies: The “Post-Racial” Panopticon? Reflexivity, Race, and Resistance in Comedy ... 064

Caucus: Sound Studies: Resisting Silences: Re-sounding Race, Gender, and Empire ... 208

Citizenship and Belonging: Disability, Race, and Sexuality in America ... 076

Commodity Chains and Transactions of Sovereignty ... 063

Critical Indigenous Theory Engages U.S. Empire: Rethinking Disciplinary Foundations and Futures ... 197

Cultural Evangelism ... 402

Decolonizing Area and Gender Studies: A Roundtable on Pasts, Presents, and Futures ... 277

Difference Incorporated ... 260

Dimensions of Empire in the Southwest: Early Mexican American Women Writers ... 307

Dimensions of Empire: Rehabilitating the Citizen Body and Psyche in the Age of Global Neoliberalism ... 120

Empire and Resistance in Unexpected Places ... 082

Exploring Popular Narratives of Resistance: Everyday Politics from Jim Crow to the Domestic Workers Movement ... 292

Exposed to the Elements: The Politics of the Natural Body ... 234

Extraction Stories ... 316

Feminized Popular Culture in a “Postfeminist” Age ... 360

Freaks, Monsters, and Madwomen: Women’s Narratives and the Formation of Empire ... 405

Gender, Violence, and Resistance: Feminist Reconsiderations ... 391

Girl Talk ... 332

Homeland Insecurity ... 051

I’m a MuthaFking Monster: Alter Egos, New Media, and Black/Queer Performativity ... 213

Imperial Journeys: Airlines and Hoteliers as Agents of U.S. Caribbean Cultural Negotiation ... 380

Insights from Outside: Approaches to the Study of Americans Abroad ... 006

Mediating Masculine Hegemony in the Modern American Empire ... 359

Narratives of the International from Above and Below ... 313

Neoliberal Governmentality and Visual Culture ... 426

New Global Uprisings and the Reinvention of American Studies: U.S. Occupy Movements, Eurozone Resistance, and the Second Wave of Arab Spring Uprisings ... 181

On Space, Sex, and Disability ... 279

On the Political Ambitions of Identity Knowledges: A Roundtable Conversation with Object Lessons ... 399

Pinkwashing from Palestine to Puerto Rico: Colonial Afterlives, Corporeal Control, and Valences of Resistance ... 341

Prison Movements, Epistemology, and Social Change ... 173

Puerto Rican Transnational Activism: The Gendered Contours of Anti-Imperialist Organizing, 1940–1980 ... 044

Queer Performances of the Nation: Asian/American Performance and the Politics of Diaspora ... 335

Race, Gender, and the Sixties ... 027

Racial Misrecognition and the Performance of Belonging ... 040

Rebel: A Woman, A Myth, and The Politics of National Memory: Written and Directed by María Agui Carter ... 331

Right to the City, but a Right to Empire?: The Geopolitics of Unequal Belonging ... 264

Sciences of Colonization ... 424

Seeing like Subjects of the State: Visual Technologies of Citizenship at Risk ... 123

Slavery in the Atlantic World: Body, Flesh, and Spirit ... 115

Solidarity Against the Odds: Cultural Politics of Resistance and Affiliation in the Late Cold War ... 162

Staging Race and Nation ... 309

Subversive Bodies and Corporate Persons ... 232

Sun Never Sets II, The: Critical Perspectives on Diaspora and the Family ... 294

Transnationalism and Discourses of Human Rights ... 041

Transnational Transversals: Movements of Liberation, 1960–1989 ... 068

Women of Color and Trans/national Encounters with U.S. Empire ... 419

Women Writing the Caribbean Diaspora ... 194

Geography

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: Medicine and Markets ... 284

California and the Global Crisis: Intercolonial Solidarities and Political Possibilities during the Great Depression ... 005

Cartooning, Caricature, and the Imperial Grotesque ... 139

Digital/Imperial Worlds ... 084

Politics and Poetics of Urban Space, The ... 214

Tourism as Resistance: How to Make “A People’s Guide” for Your Community ... 286

Global/Transnational/Cross-Cultural Studies

Affect, Dissensus, and Empire ... 055

Alien Belongings: Exploring Transnational Citizenship in the Age of Empire ... 239

American Pacific, The ... 404

American Quarterly: Debt, Death, and Discipline: The Global-Historical Fabric of the “Subprime Crisis” ... 152

American Ruins: Rhetoric and Remnants ... 078

Archives of Memory and Erasure ... 363

Articulations of Empire and the Perils and Possibilities of Comparative Work ... 390

ASA Committee on American Studies Programs and Centers: Revising and Developing American Studies Curricula/Programs in the Twenty-first Century ... 137

ASA Committee on Graduate Education: Globalizing American Studies ... 148

ASA Ethnic Studies Committee: Deviant Developments: Transnational Currents of Queer Political Critique ... 058

ASA International Committee Talkshop II: “The Politics of Transnational Publishing” ... 085

ASA International Committee Talkshop III: Inter-American Studies Outside the U.S. ... 161

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: Global Health ... 308

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: Slavery’s Past Lives and Afterlives ... 288

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: The Corporation ... 102

Asian/American Cultural Critique and Global Neoliberalism ... 258

Ask Your Mama: The Sound(ed) Poetics and Politics of Black Feminist Internationalism ... 146

Between Islands and Empires: Hemispheric Legacies of Cultural Labor in the Pacific and the Caribbean ... 392

Beyond Islamophobia: Islam and American Empire ... 034

Black Empire, Black Counterpublics: Dispossession and Resistance in the Americas ... 396

Blackness and Latinidad ... 411

Building an Empire of Commodities: Global Trade and Early American Visual Culture ... 339

Caribbean Ambivalence: Nation, Transnationality, and Outsiderness... 270

Caucus: Environment and Culture: Situating Sustainability in an Unequal World: Tales from California, Texas, Puerto Rico, UAE, and India ... 259

Caucus: Food Studies: Culinary Occupations: Migratory Identities and the Geopolitics of Public Food Consumption ... 410

Caucus: Visual Culture: Pictures in Motion: American Photography and Empire ... 293

Challenging the Axes of Exclusion during the Late Twentieth Century: New Narratives of Latina/o Migration ... 192

Clocking the Deceptions: Race, Citizenship, and Nationalism in Trans/Gender Policing ... 126

Cold War at the Margins, The ... 235

Colloquy with Eliga Gould on Among the Powers of the Earth ... 318

Commodity Chains and Transactions of Sovereignty ... 063

Commodity Cultures, Sovereignty, and Post-Colonial Divisions of Labor ... 116

Comparative Colonialisms: Practices of Rule and Administration in the U.S. and British Empires ... 004

Complicity and Confrontation in U.S. Empire: Past, Present, and Future ... 394

Conscripts of Empire ... 056

Consumer Empire: American Advertising and Nationalism ... 100

Critical Methodologies for Queer Arab American Studies ... 422

Cultural Evangelism ... 402

Cultural Production, Racial Identity, and Black (Inter)Nationalism in the Jim Crow Era ... 135

Decolonizing Area and Gender Studies: A Roundtable on Pasts, Presents, and Futures ... 277

Deterritorialization/Reterritorialization ... 421

Difference Incorporated ... 260

Dramatic Reading and Discussion: Poet/Novelist Giannina Braschi on Empire and Immigration ... 217

Empire, Embodiment, and Trauma ... 320

Engaging Empire at Home: Public Scholarship and Activist Pedagogies Beyond “Diversity” ... 012

Extraction Stories ... 316

Flow of Empire, The: Gender, Water, and the Affect of Resistance ... 175

Franco-American Imperial Formations: Liberty, Slavery, Race, and Citizenship ... 261

Haiti and Cross-Cultural Modernism ... 300

Hemispheric Cultural Diplomacy: New Archives, New Approaches ... 039

Hemispheric Imaginings of Race ... 184

Historiographies of the Long Movement: Race, Gender, Transnationalism, and Trans-generational Continuity in Anti-Imperialist Organizing ... 138

Hollywood’s Korea/Korea’s Hollywood ... 035

Homeland Insecurity ... 051

Imperial Cinema ... 043

Imperial Circulation and Border Anxieties: Empire in Edgar Allan Poe ... 356

Imperial Designs: U.S. Empire, Technology, and Transcaribbean Space ... 103

Imperial Epistemes: Writing, Feeling, Playing Empire ... 003

Incantations and Imbrications: Mediascapes of Immigrant Rights ... 252

Insights from Outside: Approaches to the Study of Americans Abroad ... 006

Islands of Resistance: Taiwanese American Studies in the Twenty-first Century ... 319

Is There an American Studies of the Law? ... 029

Is There a Place for Jewishness in American Studies? A Keywords Roundtable ... 072

Jazz and the Voices of Empire and Resistance ... 377

Legal Imperialism, Legal Orientalism, and the Human ... 330

Media Empires: Technology and Transnationalism in the American Century ... 033

Migration and Empire: Cultural Expressions of the Caribbean Diasporas ... 415

Ministry, Missionaries, and Empire ... 166

Musical Movements ... 303

Narratives of the International from Above and Below ... 313

Navigating Black Poetry: Borderland Geographies and Poetry on the Twenty-first-Century Cultural Studies Landscape ... 046

New Global Uprisings and the Reinvention of American Studies: U.S. Occupy Movements, Eurozone Resistance, and the Second Wave of Arab Spring Uprisings ... 181

Occupy Academe, Resist Colonization II: Neo-liberal Crisis and Student Protest ... 132

Our Moment, His Honor: Working-Class and Labor Radicalism in the Lifetime of David Montgomery ... 358

Pedagogies of Empire ... 244

Playing Indian Chief: Indigenous Racial Authority and Representation ... 406

Poetics of Empire ... 141

Primitive Accumulation and Past/Present/Future Empire ... 071

Print Cultures of the Americas (sponsored by affiliate organization SHARP) ... 333

Prisons, Policing, and U.S. Empire: Cold War Crucible ... 357

Queer Performances of the Nation: Asian/American Performance and the Politics of Diaspora ... 335

Race, Gender, and the Sixties ... 027

Race, Surveillance, and the State: Asia and Asian Americans in the Pacific Empire ... 206

Remapping Empire: Telling, Selling, and Touring Transnational American Souths ... 075

Resisting the Imperial Archive: New Work in Moving Image Preservation and Access ... 061

Resituating Discursive Loci in the Korean Context: Intersecting Disciplinary Practices in an Uneven World ... 155

Re-thinking Red, Yellow, Black, and Chicana/o Power through Oral History ... 314

Rethinking U.S. Empire in the Long Nineteenth Century ... 233

Routledge Companion to Latino/a Literature Roundtable II, The: Transnational Routes and Circulation ... 385

Sanitary Imperialism: U.S. Efforts to Clean and Beautify Puerto Ricans ... 130

Scholarship, Community, and Responses to “Crimmigration” Complexes in the Global Nuevo South: A Roundtable ... 136

Setting Out for the Empire at Home: Domestic Negotiations of Imperial Images “on Tour” ... 198

Solidarity Against the Odds: Cultural Politics of Resistance and Affiliation in the Late Cold War ... 162

Speculative Visions of Alternate Worlds and Near Futures Beyond Empire ... 211

States of Hunger: Representation, Repression, and Resistance ... 369

Talking Cure for Empire, The? Oral History and Testimonio in the Twenty-first Century ... 125

Time and Untimeliness in the Practice of Diasporas ... 024

Traceable Logics: U.S. Empire and Interventions in Central America ... 285

Transgressive Possibilities of Transracial and Transnational Identification in Twentieth-Century American Literature, The ... 255

Transmission of Imperial Discourse in the Nineteenth-Century Global Southern Hemisphere, The ... 015

Transnationalism and Discourses of Human Rights ... 041

Transnational Landscape of the American Empire Shaped by Paupers, Nurses, and Migrants, 1850–1940, The ... 368

Transnational Learning: Reimagining Alliance and Collaboration through a Japan-U.S. Course ... 018

Transnational Print Publics ... 014

Transnational Transversals: Movements of Liberation,. 1960–1989 ... 068

Transpacific Exclusions and Imaginations: Cultural Crossings Between Asian and American Empires ... 375

Triangulating Latinidad across the Americas: Cuba, Guatemala, Mexico, and the United States ... 202

Vieques Struggle: Political, Social, and Historical Significance ... 171

Violence of Life Itself, The: Progress, Design, Beauty, Humanitarianism ... 038

Waste and Ruin ... 289

Women Writing the Caribbean Diaspora ... 194

World Is Not Enough, The? Trans-colonialism and Resistance from Dollar Stores to Distant Shores ... 195

Worlds of Color: Black Internationalism in the Twentieth Century ... 026

Writing Resistance to Empire: African American Transnational Alliances ... 129

Health and Medicine

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: Global Health ... 308

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: Medicine and Markets ... 284

Beyond Big Pharma: Rethinking Medical Consumerism ... 019

Exposed to the Elements: The Politics of the Natural Body ... 234

Militarism and the Mind: Discourses of Psychology in Contemporary War ... 379

Sciences of Colonization ... 424

Symptoms of Empire: Race, Hospitals, and Citizenship in Southern California ... 163

Transnational Landscape of the American Empire Shaped by Paupers, Nurses, and Migrants, 1850–1940, The ... 368

Waste and Ruin ... 289

Hemispheric Studies

ASA International Committee Talkshop III: Inter-American Studies Outside the U.S. ... 161

Blackness and Latinidad ... 411

Deterritorialization/Reterritorialization ... 421

Dramatic Reading and Discussion: Poet/Novelist Giannina Braschi on Empire and Immigration ... 217

Envisioning Spain, Narrating Borders: Race, Hemisphere, and Empire in Nineteenth-Century American Studies ... 025

Hemispheric Cultural Diplomacy: New Archives, New Approaches ... 039

Hemispheric Imaginings of Race ... 184

Hemispheric Latinidades: Latina/o American Public Cultures, Public Conflicts ... 164

Human Rights, Law, and Citizenship ... 272

Jazz and the Voices of Empire and Resistance ... 377

Junot Díaz and the Latina/o American Literary Field Imaginary ... 150

Mexico in Time and Space ... 247

Poetics of Empire ... 141

Print Cultures of the Americas (sponsored by affiliate organization SHARP) ... 333

“Rights of Discovery," 1500–1800, The: Politics, Religion, and the Letter of the Law in Colonial American Encounters ... 189

Transnational Print Publics ... 014

Triangulating Latinidad across the Americas: Cuba, Guatemala, Mexico, and the United States ... 202

Waste and Ruin ... 289

History

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: Sport ... 238

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: The Nineteenth-Century Prison ... 257

ASA Students’ Committ... 180

in Progress: Lightning Shorts from the Next Generation ... 157

ASA Students’ Committee: Beyond the Classroom: Collaborative and Full-Time Work in American Studies ... 254

At the Heart of the American Empire(s) ... 408

Between Islands and Empires: Hemispheric Legacies of Cultural Labor in the Pacific and the Caribbean ... 392

Beyond Big Pharma: Rethinking Medical Consumerism ... 019

Beyond White Picket Fences: Identities, Belonging, and Asian Americans in Suburbia, 1950s–2000s ... 118

Bordering of America, The: Axes of Inclusion and Exclusion in Age of U.S. Empire ... 020

California and the Global Crisis: Intercolonial Solidarities and Political Possibilities during the Great Depression ... 005

Cartooning, Caricature, and the Imperial Grotesque ... 139

Caucus: Critical Prison Studies: Prisoners of Empire: Puerto Rican Political Prisoners and Resisting U.S. Colonialism ... 328

Caucus: Critical Prison Studies: State of the Field: Critical Prison and Carceral State Studies, Current Scholarship and New Directions ... 306

Caucus: Food Studies: Culinary Occupations: Migratory Identities and the Geopolitics of Public Food Consumption ... 410

Caucus: Material Culture: The Dust of Empire: Material Culture and the Circulation of Power’s Remains ... 052

Century of Resistance to U.S. Empire, A: Puerto Rican Independence, Incarceration, and Intergenerational Continuity ... 199

Colloquy with Eliga Gould on Among the Powers of the Earth ... 318

Commodity Cultures, Sovereignty, and Post-Colonial Divisions of Labor ... 116

Comparative Approaches to the Law of Slavery and Race in the Americas ... 016

Comparative Colonialisms: Practices of Rule and Administration in the U.S. and British Empires ... 004

Conscripts of Empire ... 056

Curating Empire: Museum Publics ... 311

Deterritorialization/Reterritorialization ... 421

Discursive Lives of the Frontier: Race, Representation, Resistance ... 167

Fear and Loathing in the Archives: Field Notes on Histories of Violence ... 128

Gender, Violence, and Resistance: Feminist Reconsiderations ... 391

Great Migrations, Governmentality, and Grassroots Activism: Reproducing Empire Chicago Style ... 271

Guantánamo Public Memory Project, The: An Invitation to Artists, Archivists, Activists, and Academics ... 388

Human Rights, Law, and Citizenship ... 272

Imperial Epistemes: Writing, Feeling, Playing Empire ... 003

Narratives of the International from Above and Below ... 313

Now is the Time: New Narratives of Civil Rights History ... 245

Occupy Movement and its Discontents at One Year, The: History, Neoliberal Resistance, and Criticism ... 156

Pedagogies of Empire ... 244

Pictures from an Expedition: Aesthetics of Nineteenth-Century Cartographic Exploration in the Americas ... 048

Poetics of Empire ... 141

Puerto Rican Transnational Activism: The Gendered Contours of Anti-Imperialist Organizing, 1940–1980 ... 044

Race, Gender, and the Sixties ... 027

Racial Misrecognition and the Performance of Belonging ... 040

Resisting the Imperial Archive: New Work in Moving Image Preservation and Access ... 061

Sciences of Colonization ... 424

Talking Back to Empire: Phillis Wheatley and the Art of Resistance ... 296

Television and the Long Backlash to Civil Rights ... 032

Thawing Polar Discourses: New Queer and Feminist Readings of Hegemonic Polar Narratives ... 389

Transnational Landscape of the American Empire Shaped by Paupers, Nurses, and Migrants, 1850–1940, The ... 368

Transnational South, The ... 384

Ubiquity of Empire: Everyday Sites of Imperial Nation-Building and Resistance, The ... 412

Unsustainable Practices: Land, Labor, and Livestocks ... 354

Violence, Politics, and Cultural Expression: The Legacy of Haiti in the Nineteenth-Century U.S. ... 086

Visions of Pluralism in the Mid-Twentieth Century: Transnational Ethnics and Activists Confront Race and Nation ... 413

Waste and Ruin ... 289

West Side Story: A Roundtable Discussion ... 287

Humor Studies

Awkward Black Com... 2.0: A Roundtable Discussion ... 185

Cartooning, Caricature, and the Imperial Grotesque ... 139

Caucus: Humor Studies: Race, Resistance, and the Imperial U.S. : Nineteenth-Century Humor in the Classroom (A Roundtable) ... 042

Caucus: Humor Studies: The “Post-Racial” Panopticon? Reflexivity, Race, and Resistance in Comedy ... 064

Comic Reversals: Tripping on the Domestic Rug and Bringing Down the Imperial House ... 397

Indigenous Studies

American Pacific, The ... 404

Animal Dimensions of American Empire: 1830–2012 ... 407

Caucus: Early American Matters: Resisting Empire and Colonization: A Methodology Roundtable ... 154

Critical Indigenous Theory Engages U.S. Empire: Rethinking Disciplinary Foundations and Futures ... 197

Deterritorialization/Reterritorialization ... 421

Dimensions of Occupation ... 073

Disrupting Empire and (Re)Imagining Nationhood: Anishinaabe Strategies and Perspectives ... 090

Ensuring a Future Beyond U.S. Empire: Methodologies, Indigenous Genealogies, and Land-Based Practices ... 036

Historical Coloniality, Universal Empire, and the Indigenous “Present” in the Caribbean ... 165

Islands of Resistance: Taiwanese American Studies in the Twenty-first Century ... 319

Native Hawaiians, Colonialism, and Resistance: A Roundtable ... 186

People of Color on Turtle Island: Settler Colonialism, Diaspora, and Native Sovereignty ... 256

Playing Indian Chief: Indigenous Racial Authority and Representation ... 406

Sciences of Colonization ... 424

Turning the Tide of Empire: Analyzing, Challenging, and Eradicating Settler Colonialism in Hawai‘i ... 383

UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, The: A New Agenda for U.S. -Native Relations? ... 153

Landscape and the Built Environment

Caucus: Environment and Culture: Situating Sustainability in an Unequal World: Tales from California, Texas, Puerto Rico, UAE, and India ... 259

Caucus: Sound Studies: Sound and the State: The Politics of Acoustic Power ... 327

Critical Landscape Interpretation in the North American West ... 246

Imperial Landscapes: Making, Mapping, and Re-Organizing Urban Spaces ... 395

New Deal Urbanisms ... 119

Politics and Poetics of Urban Space, The ... 214

Unsustainable Practices: Land, Labor, and Livestocks ... 354

Waste and Ruin ... 289

Language

ASA International Committee Talkshop II: “The Politics of Transnational Publishing” ... 085

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: Language Ideologies, Spanish in the U.S. , and Latinidad ... 263

Archives of Memory and Erasure ... 363

Legal Studies

Aesthetics in the Belly of the Beast: Reading American Carceral Art ... 242

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: A Conversation on the Past, Present, and Future of U.S. (Un)Equal Rights ... 176

Birthright Citizenship and Its Discontents: Historical Contexts, Transnational Circuits ... 373

Color-Blind Blackness: Invisible Racial Economies of the American Empire ... 200

Comparative Approaches to the Law of Slavery and Race in the Americas ... 016

Extraction Stories ... 316

From Black Power to Prison Power: What does Jones v. North Carolina Prisoners’ Labor Union Mean for Black Studies and Critical Prison Studies Today? ... 140

Human Rights, Law, and Citizenship ... 272

Imperium in Natione?: Law, Fantasy, and U.S. Empire in the Long Nineteenth Century ... 160

Is There an American Studies of the Law? ... 029

Legal Imperialism, Legal Orientalism, and the Human ... 330

Subversive Bodies and Corporate Persons ... 232

Literary Studies

African American Readers of the Past: Interpreting Traces of Margin and Center ... 049

Anthologizing African American Literature in the Twenty-first Century ... 230

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: Sugar and the Narration of Commodities ... 210

At the Heart of the American Empire(s) ... 408

Black, White, or Other?: Reading Race, Constructing Childhood in American Popular Culture ... 122

Captive Traffics: Transnationality, Empire, and Resistance ... 028

Caucus: Material Culture: Whales, Balloons, and Boxcars: Imperial Objects in the Long Nineteenth Century ... 183

Cold War at the Margins, The ... 235

Color-Blind Blackness: Invisible Racial Economies of the American Empire ... 200

Conscripts of Empire ... 056

Dimensions of Empire in the Southwest: Early Mexican American Women Writers ... 307

Empires of the Long 1970s: Comparative Periodization in Samuel Delany’s Nevèrÿon Series ... 414

Future Tension: Early-Twentieth-Century Visions of Race and Gender in Techno-Science ... 067

Girl Talk ... 332

Haiti and Cross-Cultural Modernism ... 300

Imperial Cinema ... 043

Imperial Circulation and Border Anxieties: Empire in Edgar Allan Poe ... 356

Imperial Epistemes: Writing, Feeling, Playing Empire ... 003

Junot Díaz and the Latina/o American Literary Field Imaginary ... 150

Narratives of Neoliberalism, Pasts, and Futures ... 398

Narratives of the International from Above and Below ... 313

Navigating Black Poetry: Borderland Geographies and Poetry on the Twenty-first-Century Cultural Studies Landscape ... 046

Pedagogies of Empire ... 244

Poetics of Empire ... 141

Politics and Poetics of Urban Space, The ... 214

Population Counts and U.S. Literature ... 371

Prison/Representation ... 050

Roundtable: Beyond Resistance—Rethinking the Politics of the Aesthetics ... 209

Routledge Companion to Latino/a Literature Roundtable II, The: Transnational Routes and Circulation ... 385

Slavery in the Atlantic World: Body, Flesh, and Spirit ... 115

Subversive Bodies and Corporate Persons ... 232

Talking Back to Empire: Phillis Wheatley and the Art of Resistance ... 296

The Flow of Empire: Gender, Water, and the Affect of Resistance ... 175

To What End?: Apocalyptic Imaginings in Twentieth- and Twenty-first-Century Consumer Cultures ... 393

Transgressive Possibilities of Transracial and Transnational Identification in Twentieth-Century American Literature, The ... 255

Transmission of Imperial Discourse in the Nineteenth-Century Global Southern Hemisphere, The ... 015

Transnational African American Political Thought ... 083

Transnational Print Publics ... 014

Transnational South, The ... 384

Turtle Leads the Way: A Poetics of Contact Literatures in the Early Americas ... 229

Unsustainable Practices: Land, Labor, and Livestocks ... 354

Verses Versus: Native Poetry, Empire, and Settler Colonialism ... 362

Women Writing the Caribbean Diaspora ... 194

Writing Resistance to Empire: African American Transnational Alliances ... 129

Material Culture

Caucus: Material Culture: The Dust of Empire: Material Culture and the Circulation of Power’s Remains ... 052

Caucus: Material Culture: Whales, Balloons, and Boxcars: Imperial Objects in the Long Nineteenth Century ... 183

Commodity Chains and Transactions of Sovereignty ... 063

Digital/Imperial Worlds ... 084

Empire and Resistance in Unexpected Places ... 082

Ensuring a Future Beyond U.S. Empire: Methodologies, Indigenous Genealogies, and Land-Based Practices ... 036

Extraction Stories ... 316

Material Resistance: Waste and the Production of Environmental Knowledge ... 431

News from Another Dimension, The: Amateur Newspapers and Print Collectivities ... 427

Touring for Culture: U.S. Tourists and the Formation of Empire in the Early Twentieth Century ... 310

Media Studies

Animating Empire: Youth Culture and the National Imagination ... 336

Archives of Memory and Erasure ... 363

ASA Women’s Committee: Televisual Empires: Interrogating the Black Female Body in Television ... 253

Caucus: Science and Technology: What is the Future of Technology in American Studies?: A Roundtable ... 131

Computation and the Non-Human: New Directions in Queer Theory and Art ... 372

Digital/Imperial Worlds ... 084

Fantasy of Arab American Representations in a Post-9/11 World, The ... 158

Feminized Popular Culture in a “Postfeminist” Age ... 360

Homeland Insecurity ... 051

Imperial Cinema ... 043

Media Empires: Technology and Transnationalism in the American Century ... 033

Media(ted) Resistance: Blueprints, Digital Archives, and the Politics of Visibility ... 098

Neoliberal Post-Empire: Discourses of Law, Immigration, and the Latino Condition ... 401

Pedagogies of Empire ... 244

Seeing like Subjects of the State: Visual Technologies of Citizenship at Risk ... 123

States of Hunger: Representation, Repression, and Resistance ... 369

Television and the Long Backlash to Civil Rights ... 032

Terrains of Modernity, Aural Research, and Critique ... 420

War Games, War Stories ... 301

Middle East American Studies

Beyond Islamophobia: Islam and American Empire ... 034

Critical Methodologies for Queer Arab American Studies ... 422

Curating Empire: Museum Publics ... 311

Diasporic, Ethnic, and Imperial: West and South Asian Subjectivity in the Heart of Empire ... 324

Fantasy of Arab American Representations in a Post-9/11 World, The ... 158

Homeland Insecurity ... 051

Pedagogies of Empire ... 244

Race/Religion/War: Triangulations of the Political under Empire ... 370

Museum Studies

Caucus: Material Culture: The Dust of Empire: Material Culture and the Circulation of Power’s Remains ... 052

Curating Empire: Museum Publics ... 311

Music

Blackness and Latinidad ... 411

Chavela Vargas, La Bamba, and Morrissey: Mapping Queer Musical Diasporas and Desires ... 325

Conscripts of Empire ... 056

Crimson and Clover: Hope and Dread in the Musical Countercultures of the 1960s ... 007

Invisible Structures and the Experience of Music ... 031

Jazz and the Voices of Empire and Resistance ... 377

Los Nombres: Puerto Rican Popular Music in Lorain, Ohio ... 423

Mixtape Logics: Listening to Empire and Resistance ... 105

Musical Movements ... 303

Race, Gender, and the Sixties ... 027

Subjectivity and Sound: Rethinking Genre in Chicano/a Music ... 187

Native American Studies

Against Wardship: The Society of American Indians and the Making of U.S. Citizenship, 1911–1923 ... 338

ASA Ethnic Studies Committee: The Question of Palestine in the Context of Contemporary and Historical Struggles against Racism and Settler Colonialism ... 191

Caucus: Early American Matters: Religious Empires and American Indigeneity ... 008

Crisis Economies of U.S. Empire ... 060

Deterritorialization/Reterritorialization ... 421

Extraction Stories ... 316

Imaginary Indians: Representations of Native American People in Comparative Imperial Perspective ... 110

Playing Indian Chief: Indigenous Racial Authority and Representation ... 406

Racial Misrecognition and the Performance of Belonging ... 040

Rethinking U.S. Empire in the Long Nineteenth Century ... 233

UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, The: A New Agenda for U.S. -Native Relations? ... 153

Verses Versus: Native Poetry, Empire, and Settler Colonialism ... 362

New Media

ASA Committee on Graduate Education: Digital Dimensions of Graduate Education in American Studies (co-sponsored by the Digital Humanities Caucus and ASA Students’ Committee) ... 182

ASA International Committee Talkshop II: “The Politics of Transnational Publishing” ... 085

Awkward Black Com... 2.0: A Roundtable Discussion ... 185

Blogging as Public Pedagogy: A Roundtable with GayProf, Historiann, Roxie, and Tenured Radical ... 037

Caucus: Digital Humanities: Digital Shorts: New Platforms of Knowledge Production and Resistance ... 133

Caucus: Digital Humanities: What Can the Digital Humanities Bring to American Studies, and Vice Versa? ... 108

Digital/Imperial Worlds ... 084

Dimensions of Occupation ... 073

I’m a MuthaFking Monster: Alter Egos, New Media, and Black/Queer Performativity ... 213

Marginal Digital Knowledges: A Workshop on Technology, Transformation, and Resistance ... 326

Media(ted) Resistance: Blueprints, Digital Archives, and the Politics of Visibility ... 098

Misperceptions of “Awkward Black Girl,” The: Technology, New Media, and the Burden of Representation ... 409

Narratives of the International from Above and Below ... 313

Talking Cure for Empire, The? Oral History and Testimonio in the Twenty-first Century ... 125

Technologies of Empire and Resistance ... 304

War Games, War Stories ... 301

Nineteenth Century

Affiliation and Empire in Early America ... 361

American Pacific, The ... 404

American Ruins: Rhetoric and Remnants ... 078

Artist Talk with Nao Bustamante, Artist-in-Residence ... 204

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: The Nineteenth-Century Prison ... 257

Authors—Meet—Critics: New Books in Nineteenth-Century U.S. Latino Studies ... 053

Black Genealogies of Modernity: History, the Archive, and Futurity ... 376

Black Mobility, Traveling Identities, and Disaporic Resistance in the Nineteenth-Century Periodical Press ... 355

Cartooning, Caricature, and the Imperial Grotesque ... 139

Caucus: Material Culture: Whales, Balloons, and Boxcars: Imperial Objects in the Long Nineteenth Century ... 183

Commodity Chains and Transactions of Sovereignty ... 063

Imperial Circulation and Border Anxieties: Empire in Edgar Allan Poe ... 356

Imperial Epistemes: Writing, Feeling, Playing Empire ... 003

Imperium in Natione?: Law, Fantasy, and U.S. Empire in the Long Nineteenth Century ... 160

News from Another Dimension, The: Amateur Newspapers and Print Collectivities ... 427

Pictures from an Expedition: Aesthetics of Nineteenth-Century Cartographic Exploration in the Americas ... 048

Playing Indian Chief: Indigenous Racial Authority and Representation ... 406

Racial Misrecognition and the Performance of Belonging ... 040

Staging Race and Nation ... 309

Subversive Bodies and Corporate Persons ... 232

Transmission of Imperial Discourse in the Nineteenth-Century Global Southern Hemisphere, The ... 015

Transnational Print Publics ... 014

Violence, Politics, and Cultural Expression: The Legacy of Haiti in the Nineteenth-Century U.S. ... 086

Pacific Islander American Studies

American Pacific, The ... 404

Archipelagic American Studies ... 174

Native Hawaiians, Colonialism, and Resistance: A Roundtable ... 186

Turning the Tide of Empire: Analyzing, Challenging, and Eradicating Settler Colonialism in Hawai‘i ... 383

Pedagogy

Abolition Undercommons ... 196

Anthologizing African American Literature in the Twenty-first Century ... 230

ASA International Committee Talkshop I: Teaching Puerto Rico ... 062

ASA K–16 Collaboration Committee II: Decolonization, Self-determination, Autonomy, and Sovereignty in Education ... 291

ASA Students’ Committee: Roundtable on the Results from the ASA Students Survey ... 124

Caucus: Digital Humanities: Digital Shorts: New Platforms of Knowledge Production and Resistance ... 133

Caucus: Humor Studies: Race, Resistance, and the Imperial U.S. : Nineteenth-Century Humor in the Classroom (A Roundtable) ... 042

Engaging Empire at Home: Public Scholarship and Activist Pedagogies Beyond “Diversity” ... 012

Freedom University Georgia: Higher Education and the Fight for Equal Rights in the Empire’s South ... 203

Pedagogies of Empire ... 244

Prison Abolition and Teaching Inside Carceral Institutions ... 282

Performance Studies

Aesthetic Dimensions of the Puerto Rican Diaspora: Institutional Violence, Sexuality, and Public Culture ... 179

Affect, Dissensus, and Empire ... 055

Artist Talk with Nao Bustamante, Artist-in-Residence ... 204

ASA Women’s Committee: Performing Repression and Resistance in Black and Latino Diasporas ... 334

Between Island and Diaspora: Locating, Creating, and Performing Afro–Puerto Rican Bomba ... 329

Blueprints for a Nation: Construction of an Imaginary State: Multi-Media Art Presentation by Adál Maldonado and Mariposa María Teresa Fernández ... 305

Cultural Evangelism ... 402

Curating Empire: Museum Publics ... 311

Empire and Resistance in Unexpected Places ... 082

Homeland Insecurity ... 051

Performance as Power and Critique: Social Change in African Diasporic Performance ... 117

Playing Indian Chief: Indigenous Racial Authority and Representation ... 406

Prison/Representation ... 050

Queerness, Affect, and Necropolitics ... 302

Racial Misrecognition and the Performance of Belonging ... 040

Staging Race and Nation ... 309

Subversive Bodies and Corporate Persons ... 204

Philosophy

Roundtable: Beyond Resistance—Rethinking the Politics of the Aesthetics ... 209

Transnational African American Political Thought ... 083

Political Culture/Government

Affiliation and Empire in Early America ... 361

Against Wardship: The Society of American Indians and the Making of U.S. Citizenship, 1911–1923 ... 338

American Pacific, The ... 404

Archives of Memory and Erasure ... 363

Caucus: Sound Studies: Sound and the State: The Politics of Acoustic Power ... 327

Caucus: Visual Culture: Pictures in Motion: American Photography and Empire ... 293

Claiming Arizona: Historical, Rhetorical, and Spatial Battles ... 201

Commodity Chains and Transactions of Sovereignty ... 063

Commodity Cultures, Sovereignty, and Post-Colonial Divisions of Labor ... 116

Conscripts of Empire ... 056

Cultural Evangelism ... 402

Deterritorialization/Reterritorialization ... 421

Dimensions of Occupation ... 073

Disrupting Empire and (Re)Imagining Nationhood: Anishinaabe Strategies and Perspectives ... 090

Homeland Insecurity ... 051

Human Rights, Law, and Citizenship ... 272

Mexico in Time and Space ... 247

Narratives of the International from Above and Below ... 313

Occupy Movement and its Discontents at One Year, The: History, Neoliberal Resistance, and Criticism ... 156

Past, Present, and Future: Politics and Culture in Haiti and U.S. /Haitian Relations ... 262

Pedagogies of Empire ... 244

Population Counts and U.S. Literature ... 371

Queerness, Affect, and Necropolitics ... 302

Race, Gender, and the Sixties ... 027

War Games, War Stories ... 301

Political Economy

American Quarterly: Debt, Death, and Discipline: The Global-Historical Fabric of the “Subprime Crisis” ... 152

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: Sugar and the Narration of Commodities ... 210

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: The Corporation ... 102

Asian/American Cultural Critique and Global Neoliberalism ... 258

Beyond Big Pharma: Rethinking Medical Consumerism ... 019

Century of Resistance to U.S. Empire, A: Puerto Rican Independence, Incarceration, and Intergenerational Continuity ... 199

Commodity Chains and Transactions of Sovereignty ... 063

Digital/Imperial Worlds ... 084

Dimensions of Empire: Rehabilitating the Citizen Body and Psyche in the Age of Global Neoliberalism ... 120

Empire and Resistance in Unexpected Places ... 082

Empires of the Long 1970s: Comparative Periodization in Samuel Delany’s Nevèrÿon Series ... 414

Extraction Stories ... 316

Girl Talk ... 332

Imperial Epistemes: Writing, Feeling, Playing Empire ... 003

Indians, Immigrants, and Empire: Military/State Police Strikebreaking at the Turn of the Twentieth Century ... 429

Keywords in Critical Ethnic Studies: Racialization, Genocide, Settler Colonialism, and Debt ... 081

Market Controls, Labor Passes, and Musical Boundaries: Tracing Racial Choreographies of American Culture, 1860–1920 ... 236

Neoliberal Governmentality and Visual Culture ... 426

Primitive Accumulation and Past/Present/Future Empire ... 071

Sciences of Colonization ... 424

Sun Never Sets I, The: Rethinking Geographies of U.S. Imperial Power ... 269

Traceable Logics: U.S. Empire and Interventions in Central America ... 285

Unsustainable Practices: Land, Labor, and Livestocks ... 354

Popular Culture

American Quarterly: Popular Culture and the Crisis of the Subprime: Representation, Race, and Empire ... 177

Cartographies of U.S. Empire Across History, Geography, and Nation, The ... 089

Conscripts of Empire ... 056

Crimson and Clover: Hope and Dread in the Musical Countercultures of the 1960s ... 007

Curious Objects: Aesthetic Capitalism and the Waning of American Empire ... 009

Digital/Imperial Worlds ... 084

Empire and Resistance in Unexpected Places ... 082

Empires of Funk: U.S. Colonialism, Filipina/o Resistance, and Hip Hop ... 237

Exploring Popular Narratives of Resistance: Everyday Politics from Jim Crow to the Domestic Workers Movement ... 292

Fantasies of Home in Narratives of Empire: Antarctica, California, and Indonesia ... 382

Feminized Popular Culture in a “Postfeminist” Age ... 360

Girl Talk ... 332

Imperial Cinema ... 043

Incantations and Imbrications: Mediascapes of Immigrant Rights ... 252

Invisible Structures and the Experience of Music ... 031

Jazz and the Voices of Empire and Resistance ... 377

Mediating Disaster in a Culture of Spectacle: War, Ruins, and Catastrophe ... 088

Mediating Masculine Hegemony in the Modern American Empire ... 359

Mexico in Time and Space ... 247

Misperceptions of “Awkward Black Girl,” The: Technology, New Media, and the Burden of Representation ... 409

Mixtape Logics: Listening to Empire and Resistance ... 105

Musical Movements ... 303

Race, Gender, and the Sixties ... 027

Remapping Empire: Telling, Selling, and Touring Transnational American Souths ... 075

Sixties, Fifty Years Later, The ... 054

Speculative Visions of Alternate Worlds and Near Futures Beyond Empire ... 211

Sports, Blackness, and the Body Politic ... 417

Subjectivity and Sound: Rethinking Genre in Chicano/a Music ... 187

To What End?: Apocalyptic Imaginings in Twentieth- and Twenty-first-Century Consumer Cultures ... 393

Unsustainable Practices: Land, Labor, and Livestocks ... 354

War Games, War Stories ... 301

Postcolonial Studies

American Quarterly: Debt, Death, and Discipline: The Global-Historical Fabric of the “Subprime Crisis” ... 152

Archives of Memory and Erasure ... 363

Caucus: Early American Matters: Resisting Empire and Colonization: A Methodology Roundtable ... 154

Form and Figure in the Asian Americanist Critique of Empire, The ... 430

Islands of Resistance: Taiwanese American Studies in the Twenty-first Century ... 319

Race and Real Estate: Possessing the Black Diaspora ... 353

Race/Religion/War: Triangulations of the Political under Empire ... 370

Transnational African American Political Thought ... 083

Ubiquity of Empire, The: Everyday Sites of Imperial Nation-Building and Resistance ... 412

Violence of Life Itself, The: Progress, Design, Beauty, Humanitarianism ... 038

What’s Queer about Anti-Imperialism? Sexuality and the Philippines in the Cultures of United States Empire ... 159

Print Culture

Blackness and Latinidad ... 411

Cartooning, Caricature, and the Imperial Grotesque ... 139

Girl Talk ... 332

Imperial Epistemes: Writing, Feeling, Playing Empire ... 003

News from Another Dimension, The: Amateur Newspapers and Print Collectivities ... 427

Playing Indian Chief: Indigenous Racial Authority and Representation ... 406

Print Cultures of the Americas (sponsored by affiliate organization SHARP) ... 333

Transnational African American Political Thought ... 083

Transnational Print Publics ... 014

Prison Studies

Abolition Undercommons ... 196

Aesthetics in the Belly of the Beast: Reading American Carceral Art ... 242

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: The Nineteenth-Century Prison ... 257

Beyond Incarceration, Toward Interventions: Roundtable on Juvenile Justice ... 022

Caucus: Critical Prison Studies: State of the Field: Critical Prison and Carceral State Studies, Current Scholarship and New Directions ... 306

From Black Power to Prison Power: What does Jones v. North Carolina Prisoners’ Labor Union Mean for Black Studies and Critical Prison Studies Today? ... 140

Pinkwashing from Palestine to Puerto Rico: Colonial Afterlives, Corporeal Control, and Valences of Resistance ... 341

Prison Abolition and Teaching Inside Carceral Institutions ... 282

Prison Movements, Epistemology, and Social Change ... 173

Prison/Representation ... 050

Prisons, Policing, and U.S. Empire: Cold War Crucible ... 357

Queerness, Affect, and Necropolitics ... 302

Scholarship, Community, and Responses to “Crimmigration” Complexes in the Global Nuevo South: A Roundtable ... 136

Public Humanities

ASA Committee on American Studies Programs and Centers: Poster Session: “Best Course Ever!” Dynamic and Engaged Undergraduate American Studies Courses ... 240

ASA Committee on American Studies Programs and Centers: Revising and Developing American Studies Curricula/Programs in the Twenty-first Century ... 137

ASA Committee on Graduate Education: Digital Dimensions of Graduate Education in American Studies (co-sponsored by the Digital Humanities Caucus and ASA Students’ Committee) ... 182

ASA Students’ Committ... 180

in Progress: Lightning Shorts from the Next Generation ... 157

ASA Students’ Committee: Beyond the Classroom: Collaborative and Full-Time Work in American Studies ... 254

ASA Students’ Committee: Roundtable on the Results from the ASA Students Survey ... 124

Blogging as Public Pedagogy: A Roundtable with GayProf, Historiann, Roxie, and Tenured Radical ... 037

Caucus: Digital Humanities: What Can the Digital Humanities Bring to American Studies, and Vice Versa? ... 108

Curating Empire: Museum Publics ... 311

Engaging Empire at Home: Public Scholarship and Activist Pedagogies Beyond “Diversity” ... 012

Guantánamo Public Memory Project, The: An Invitation to Artists, Archivists, Activists, and Academics ... 388

Photogrammar in Puerto Rico: Reading the FSA's 1930s Visual Archive with Twenty-first-Century Visualization Tools ... 147

Tourism as Resistance: How to Make “A People’s Guide” for Your Community ... 286

Puerto Rican Studies

Aesthetic Dimensions of the Puerto Rican Diaspora: Institutional Violence, Sexuality, and Public Culture ... 179

ASA Ethnic Studies Committee: Psychoanalysis and the Racialized Other ... 340

ASA International Committee Talkshop I: Teaching Puerto Rico ... 062

ASA International Committee Talkshop III: Inter-American Studies Outside the U.S. ... 161

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: Puerto Rico and Puerto Ricans ... 312

Caucus: Critical Prison Studies: Prisoners of Empire: Puerto Rican Political Prisoners and Resisting U.S. Colonialism ... 328

Century of Resistance to U.S. Empire, A: Puerto Rican Independence, Incarceration, and Intergenerational Continuity ... 199

COINTELPRO Then and Now ... 095

Commodity Chains and Transactions of Sovereignty ... 063

Conscripts of Empire ... 056

Contested Geographies: Negotiating Space in Historical and Contemporary Puerto Rico ... 059

Crisis Economies of U.S. Empire ... 060

Doing Disciplinarity: Puerto Rican Studies is/as/with American Studies ... 365

Empires and Discursive Dissent: Reimagining Aesthetic Traditions in Race and Ethnicity Studies ... 010

Gentrification, Displacement, and Empire: No Se Vende! A Conversation about Filming Resistance in Puerto Rico ... 403

Los Nombres: Puerto Rican Popular Music in Lorain, Ohio ... 423

Occupy Academe, Resist Colonization I: Neo-liberal Crisis and Transnational Student Protest ... 107

Photogrammar in Puerto Rico: Reading the FSA's 1930s Visual Archive with Twenty-first-Century Visualization Tools ... 147

Politics and Poetics of Urban Space, The ... 214

Prison/Representation ... 050

Puerto Rican Transnational Activism: The Gendered Contours of Anti-Imperialist Organizing, 1940–1980 ... 044

Sciences of Colonization ... 424

Subversive Bodies and Corporate Persons ... 232

Vieques Struggle: Political, Social, and Historical Significance ... 171

West Side Story: A Roundtable Discussion ... 287

Queer Studies

Archives of Memory and Erasure ... 363

ASA Ethnic Studies Committee: Deviant Developments: Transnational Currents of Queer Political Critique ... 058

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: A Conversation on the Past, Present, and Future of U.S. (Un)Equal Rights ... 176

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: Speculation, Futurity, New Materialisms ... 127

Body Politic, The: Comparative Area Studies, Queer Theory, and Transnational American Studies ... 188

Chavela Vargas, La Bamba, and Morrissey: Mapping Queer Musical Diasporas and Desires ... 325

Computation and the Non-Human: New Directions in Queer Theory and Art ... 372

Critical Indigenous Theory Engages U.S. Empire: Rethinking Disciplinary Foundations and Futures ... 197

Critical Methodologies for Queer Arab American Studies ... 422

Curating Empire: Museum Publics ... 311

Musical Movements ... 303

Narratives of the International from Above and Below ... 313

On the Political Ambitions of Identity Knowledges: A Roundtable Conversation with Object Lessons ... 399

Playing Indian Chief: Indigenous Racial Authority and Representation ... 406

Queerness, Affect, and Necropolitics ... 302

Queer Performance in Black and Brown ... 207

Racial Misrecognition and the Performance of Belonging ... 040

Staging Race and Nation ... 309

Thawing Polar Discourses: New Queer and Feminist Readings of Hegemonic Polar Narratives ... 389

Time and Untimeliness in the Practice of Diasporas ... 024

What’s Queer about Anti-Imperialism? Sexuality and the Philippines in the Cultures of United States Empire ... 159

Race and Ethnicity

Affect, Dissensus, and Empire ... 055

Affect, Empire, and Photography ... 317

African American Readers of the Past: Interpreting Traces of Margin and Center ... 049

American Quarterly: Decolonial Feminist Critique ... 080

American Quarterly: Popular Culture and the Crisis of the Subprime: Representation, Race, and Empire ... 177

American Ruins: Rhetoric and Remnants ... 078

Animating Empire: Youth Culture and the National Imagination ... 336

Archives of Memory and Erasure ... 363

Articulations of Empire and the Perils and Possibilities of Comparative Work ... 390

ASA Ethnic Studies Committee: Deviant Developments: Transnational Currents of Queer Political Critique ... 058

ASA Minority Scholars Committee: Mentoring from the Pipeline Through to Tenure Track ... 134

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: A Conversation on the Past, Present, and Future of U.S. (Un)Equal Rights ... 176

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: Medicine and Markets ... 284

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: Puerto Rico and Puerto Ricans ... 312

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: Slavery’s Past Lives and Afterlives ... 288

ASA Program Committee: Dimensions of Empire and Resistance: Speculation, Futurity, New Materialisms ... 127

Asian Americanist Keywords: Fetish, Biopolitics, Assemblage ... 057

Asian Los Angeles: Defining Space in the Past and Present City ... 074

Beyond Incarceration, Toward Interventions: Roundtable on Juvenile Justice ... 022

Birthright Citizenship and Its Discontents: Historical Contexts, Transnational Circuits ... 373

Blackness and Latinidad ... 411

Black, White, or Other?: Reading Race, Constructing Childhood in American Popular Culture ... 122

Body Politic, The: Comparative Area Studies, Queer Theory, and Transnational American Studies ... 188

Bordering of America, The: Axes of Inclusion and Exclusion in Age of U.S. Empire ... 020

Cartographies of U.S. Empire Across History, Geography, and Nation, The ... 089

Cartooning, Caricature, and the Imperial Grotesque ... 139

Caucus: Critical Prison Studies: State of the Field: Critical Prison and Carceral State Studies, Current Scholarship and New Directions ... 306

Caucus: Food Studies: Archives of Domesticity and Dissent: Cookbooks, Cooking Culture, and the Limits of Culinary Exchange ... 101

Caucus: Food Studies: Culinary Occupations: Migratory Identities and the Geopolitics of Public Food Consumption ... 410

Caucus: Humor Studies: Race, Resistance, and the Imperial U.S. : Nineteenth-Century Humor in the Classroom (A Roundtable) ... 042

Caucus: Humor Studies: The “Post-Racial” Panopticon? Reflexivity, Race, and Resistance in Comedy ... 064

Caucus: Sound Studies: Resisting Silences: Re-sounding Race, Gender, and Empire ... 208

Caucus: Visual Culture: Visualizing Pre-Columbian Civilizations in the Service of Nation-Building in the U.S. and Mexico, 1880–1980 ... 172

Citizenship and Belonging: Disability, Race, and Sexuality in America ... 076

Claiming Arizona: Historical, Rhetorical, and Spatial Battles ... 201

Clocking the Deceptions: Race, Citizenship, and Nationalism in Trans/Gender Policing ... 126

Comparative Approaches to the Law of Slavery and Race in the Americas ... 016

Comparative Ethnic Studies in Europe: A Model for Transnational American Studies? ... 425

Complicity and Confrontation in U.S. Empire: Past, Present, and Future ... 394

Contested Geographies: Negotiating Space in Historical and Contemporary Puerto Rico ... 059

Crimson and Clover: Hope and Dread in the Musical Countercultures of the 1960s ... 007

Critical Landscape Interpretation in the North American West ... 246

Curating Empire: Museum Publics ... 311

Difference Incorporated ... 260

Disabling Biopolitics: Optimal Capacity, Optimal Debility ... 321

Discursive Lives of the Frontier: Race, Representation, Resistance ... 167

Domestic Conflicts/Global Spheres: Race and Empire in the Long Twentieth Century ... 011

Empire, Embodiment, and Trauma ... 320

Empires and Discursive Dissent: Reimagining Aesthetic Traditions in Race and Ethnicity Studies ... 010

Empires of Funk: U.S. Colonialism, Filipina/o Resistance, and Hip Hop ... 237

Empires of the Long 1970s: Comparative Periodization in Samuel Delany’s Nevèrÿon Series ... 414

Envisioning Spain, Narrating Borders: Race, Hemisphere, and Empire in Nineteenth-Century American Studies ... 025

Exploring Popular Narratives of Resistance: Everyday Politics from Jim Crow to the Domestic Workers Movement ... 292

Form and Figure in the Asian Americanist Critique of Empire, The ... 430

Franco-American Imperial Formations: Liberty, Slavery, Race, and Citizenship ... 261

Fraught Production, Anxious Consumption: Exchanges of Meaning in the Colonial Caribbean ... 142

Gentrification, Displacement, and Empire: No Se Vende! A Conversation about Filming Resistance in Puerto Rico ... 403

Girl Talk ... 332

Haiti and Cross-Cultural Modernism ... 300

Hemispheric Imaginings of Race ... 184

Hemispheric Latinidades: Latina/o American Public Cultures, Public Conflicts ... 164

Historiographies of the Long Movement: Race, Gender, Transnationalism, and Trans-generational Continuity in Anti-Imperialist Organizing ... 138

Homeland Insecurity ... 051

How and When Race Changed in the Post–World War II U.S. ... 180

Imperium in Imperio: Intra-racial and Intra-ethnic Trajectories in Black/Brown Identity Discourses ... 104

Imperium in Natione?: Law, Fantasy, and U.S. Empire in the Long Nineteenth Century ... 160

Indians, Immigrants, and Empire: Military/State Police Strikebreaking at the Turn of the Twentieth Century ... 429

Is There an American Studies of the Law? ... 029

Is There a Place for Jewishness in American Studies? A Keywords Roundtable ... 072

Jazz and the Voices of Empire and Resistance ... 377

Keywords in Critical Ethnic Studies: Racialization, Genocide, Settler Colonialism, and Debt ... 081

Liberalism in the Service of Empire: Past, Present, and Future ... 013

Local Riders, Transnational Implications: Public Transit, Race, and Geographic Imagination ... 267

Marginal Digital Knowledges: A Workshop on Technology, Transformation, and Resistance ... 326

Mexican American Middle Class, The: Between Multiple Worlds ... 416

Misperceptions of “Awkward Black Girl,” The: Technology, New Media, and the Burden of Representation ... 409

Musical Movements ... 303

New Global Uprisings and the Reinvention of American Studies: U.S. Occupy Movements, Eurozone Resistance, and the Second Wave of Arab Spring Uprisings ... 181

On the Political Ambitions of Identity Knowledges: A Roundtable Conversation with Object Lessons ... 399

Our Moment, His Honor: Working-Class and Labor Radicalism in the Lifetime of David Montgomery ... 358

Pedagogies of Empire ... 244

Politics and Poetics of Urban Space, The ... 214

Population Counts and U.S. Literature ... 371

Prison Movements, Epistemology, and Social Change ... 173

Prison/Representation ... 050

Queerness, Affect, and Necropolitics ... 302

Race, Gender, and the Sixties ... 027

Race, Religion, and Representations of a Savior in America: A Panel Discussion of The Color of Christ: The Son of God and the Saga of Race in America (Sept. 2012) ... 243

Race, Surveillance, and the State: Asia and Asian Americans in the Pacific Empire ... 206

Racial Misrecognition and the Performance of Belonging ... 040

Rebel: A Woman, A Myth, and The Politics of National Memory: Written and Directed by María Agui Carter ... 331

Religion and the Construction of Racial Fantasies ... 114

Re-thinking Red, Yellow, Black, and Chicana/o Power through Oral History ... 314

Schools in the Making and Unmaking of U.S. Imperial Formations ... 378

Sixties, Fifty Years Later, The ... 054

Solidarity Against the Odds: Cultural Politics of Resistance and Affiliation in the Late Cold War ... 162

Sports, Blackness, and the Body Politic ... 417

Staging Race and Nation ... 309

Symptoms of Empire: Race, Hospitals, and Citizenship in Southern California ... 163

Television and the Long Backlash to Civil Rights ... 032

Terrains of Modernity, Aural Research, and Critique ... 420

Traceable Logics: U.S. Empire and Interventions in Central America ... 285

Transgressive Possibilities of Transracial and Transnational Identification in Twentieth-Century American Literature, The ... 255

Transnational African American Political Thought ... 083

Transnational Learning: Reimagining Alliance and Collaboration through a Japan-U.S. Course ... 018

Transnational Urbanism: Space, Place, and the Making of Race in Los Angeles ... 418

Transpacific Exclusions and Imaginations: Cultural Crossings Between Asian and American Empires ... 375

Trauma of Empire, Race, and Resistance, The ... 386

Violence of Life Itself, The: Progress, Design, Beauty, Humanitarianism ... 038

Visions of Pluralism in the Mid-Twentieth Century: Transnational Ethnics and Activists Confront Race and Nation ... 413

What’s Queer about Anti-Imperialism? Sexuality and the Philippines in the Cultures of United States Empire ... 159

Women of Color and Trans/national Encounters with U.S. Empire ... 419

World Is Not Enough, The? Trans-colonialism and Resistance from Dollar Stores to Distant Shores ... 195

Radio, Television, and Media Studies

Affect, Dissensus, and Empire ... 055

Archives of Memory and Erasure ... 363

At Home in the World: Gender, Media, Performance, and Other “Domestic” Concerns ... 280

Digital/Imperial Worlds ... 084

Mediating Masculine Hegemony in the Modern American Empire ... 359

Narratives of Neoliberalism, Pasts, and Futures ... 398

Race, Gender, and the Sixties ... 027

War Games, War Stories ... 301

Regionalism

At the Heart of the American Empire(s) ... 408

Religion

Beyond Islamophobia: Islam and American Empire ... 034

Blackness and the Sacred Performative ... 077

Caucus: Early American Matters: Religious Empires and American Indigeneity ... 008

Cultural Evangelism ... 402

Is There a Place for Jewishness in American Studies? A Keywords Roundtable ... 072

Ministry, Missionaries, and Empire ... 166

Race, Religion, and Representations of a Savior in America: A Panel Discussion of The Color of Christ: The Son of God and the Saga of Race in America (Sept. 2012) ... 243

Race/Religion/War: Triangulations of the Political under Empire ... 370

Religion and the Construction of Racial Fantasies ... 114

Resistance to Apartheid: South Africa and the United States ... 343

To What End?: Apocalyptic Imaginings in Twentieth- and Twenty-first-Century Consumer Cultures ... 393

Science and Technology

Animal Dimensions of American Empire: 1830–2012 ... 407

Caucus: Science and Technology Studies: Empires of Science, Resisting Solutions ... 106

Caucus: Science and Technology: What is the Future of Technology in American Studies?: A Roundtable ... 131

Cultural Studies, Military Ecologies, and the Sciences: The Futures of the Environmental Movement ... 079

Digital/Imperial Worlds ... 084

Future Tension: Early-Twentieth-Century Visions of Race and Gender in Techno-Science ... 067

Imperial Designs: U.S. Empire, Technology, and Transcaribbean Space ... 103

Marginal Digital Knowledges: A Workshop on Technology, Transformation, and Resistance ... 326

Sciences of Colonization ... 424

War Games, War Stories ... 301

Sociology

Homeland Insecurity ... 051

Social Scientific Racism—Understanding the Stereotypes that Permeate “Pop” Social Science ... 065

Sound/Sonic Studies

Race, Gender, and the Sixties ... 027

Prison/Representation ... 050

Mixtape Logics: Listening to Empire and Resistance ... 105

Poetics of Empire ... 141

Ask Your Mama: The Sound(ed) Poetics and Politics of Black Feminist Internationalism ... 146

Caucus: Sound Studies: Resisting Silences: Re-sounding Race, Gender, and Empire ... 208

Caucus: Sound Studies: Sound and the State: The Politics of Acoustic Power ... 327

Terrains of Modernity, Aural Research, and Critique ... 420

Sports Studies

Caucus: Sports Studies: Examining the Dimensions of Sport within the Empire of American Studies ... 190

Caucus: Sports Studies: More than a Game: Global Sports, Exotic Bodies, and Contested Spaces ... 149

Sports, Blackness, and the Body Politic ... 417

Teaching and K–16 Collaboration

ASA Committee on American Studies Programs and Centers: Poster Session: “Best Course Ever!” Dynamic and Engaged Undergraduate American Studies Courses ... 240

Transatlantic Studies

African Americans in 1960s Europe: (Post) Colonialism, State Violence, and Cultural Production ... 283

Captive Traffics: Transnationality, Empire, and Resistance ... 028

Commodity Chains and Transactions of Sovereignty ... 063

Comparative Ethnic Studies in Europe: A Model for Transnational American Studies? ... 425

Fraught Production, Anxious Consumption: Exchanges of Meaning in the Colonial Caribbean ... 142

Imperial Epistemes: Writing, Feeling, Playing Empire ... 003

Insights from Outside: Approaches to the Study of Americans Abroad ... 006

Mercenaries, Missionaries, and Explore... 150

Years in Africa ... 143

Resistance to Apartheid: South Africa and the United States ... 343

Slavery in the Atlantic World: Body, Flesh, and Spirit ... 115

Staging Race and Nation ... 309

Teaching Early America in the Atlantic World ... 281

Transnational Print Publics ... 014

Turtle Leads the Way: A Poetics of Contact Literatures in the Early Americas ... 229

Women Writing the Caribbean Diaspora ... 194

Transgender Studies

Clocking the Deceptions: Race, Citizenship, and Nationalism in Trans/Gender Policing ... 126

Racial Misrecognition and the Performance of Belonging ... 040

Subversive Bodies and Corporate Persons ... 232

Trauma Studies

Curating Empire: Museum Publics ... 311

Empire, Embodiment, and Trauma ... 320

Fear and Loathing in the Archives: Field Notes on Histories of Violence ... 128

Human Rights, Law, and Citizenship ... 272

Mediating Disaster in a Culture of Spectacle: War, Ruins, and Catastrophe ... 088

Trauma of Empire, Race, and Resistance, The ... 386

Twentieth Century

American Pacific, The ... 404

Cold War at the Margins, The ... 235

Conscripts of Empire ... 056

Curious Objects: Aesthetic Capitalism and the Waning of American Empire ... 009

Discursive Lives of the Frontier: Race, Representation, Resistance ... 167

Future Tension: Early-Twentieth-Century Visions of Race and Gender in Techno-Science ... 067

Hemispheric Cultural Diplomacy: New Archives, New Approaches ... 039

Hollywood’s Korea/Korea’s Hollywood ... 035

How and When Race Changed in the Post–World War II U.S. ... 180

Invisible Structures and the Experience of Music ... 031

Media Empires: Technology and Transnationalism in the American Century ... 033

Narratives of the International from Above and Below ... 313

Race, Gender, and the Sixties ... 027

Sanitary Imperialism: U.S. Efforts to Clean and Beautify Puerto Ricans ... 130

Sciences of Colonization ... 424

Symptoms of Empire: Race, Hospitals, and Citizenship in Southern California ... 163

Touring for Culture: U.S. Tourists and the Formation of Empire in the Early Twentieth Century ... 310

Transnational African American Political Thought ... 083

Transnational Learning: Reimagining Alliance and Collaboration through a Japan-U.S. Course ... 018

Trauma of Empire, Race, and Resistance, The ... 386

Visions of Pluralism in the Mid-Twentieth Century: Transnational Ethnics and Activists Confront Race and Nation ... 413

Twenty-first Century

ASA Committee on American Studies Programs and Centers: Revising and Developing American Studies Curricula/Programs in the Twenty-First Century ... 137

ASA Students’ Committee: Mock Job Interview Workshop ... 099

Blogging as Public Pedagogy: A Roundtable with GayProf, Historiann, Roxie, and Tenured Radical ... 037

Comparative Ethnic Studies in Europe: A Model for Transnational American Studies? ... 425

Dimensions of Occupation ... 073

Disabling Biopolitics: Optimal Capacity, Optimal Debility ... 321

Disrupting Empire and (Re)Imagining Nationhood: Anishinaabe Strategies and Perspectives ... 090

Homeland Insecurity ... 051

Imperial Cinema ... 043

International Partnership Luncheon ... 424

Militarism and the Mind: Discourses of Psychology in Contemporary War ... 379

Minority Scholars’ Mentoring Breakfast ... 109

Networking Breakfast for Program Directors ... 112

Occupy Movement and its Discontents at One Year, The: History, Neoliberal Resistance, and Criticism ... 156

Talking Cure for Empire, The? Oral History and Testimonio in the Twenty-first Century ... 125

Women’s Breakfast ... 231

Urban Studies

Beyond White Picket Fences: Identities, Belonging, and Asian Americans in Suburbia, 1950s–2000s ... 118

Curating Empire: Museum Publics ... 311

Gentrification, Displacement, and Empire: No Se Vende! A Conversation about Filming Resistance in Puerto Rico ... 403

Girl Talk ... 332

Great Migrations, Governmentality, and Grassroots Activism: Reproducing Empire Chicago Style ... 271

Imperial Cinema ... 043

Local Riders, Transnational Implications: Public Transit, Race, and Geographic Imagination ... 267

New Deal Urbanisms ... 119

Politics and Poetics of Urban Space, The ... 214

Right to the City, but a Right to Empire?: The Geopolitics of Unequal Belonging ... 264

Transnational African American Political Thought ... 083

Transnational Urbanism: Space, Place, and the Making of Race in Los Angeles ... 418

Waste and Ruin ... 289

Visual Culture Studies

Affect, Dissensus, and Empire ... 055

Affect, Empire, and Photography ... 317

American Pacific, The ... 404

Animal Dimensions of American Empire: 1830–2012 ... 407

Archives of Memory and Erasure ... 363

Body . Archive . Empire: Mapping Racial Hegemony Through the Transnational ... 387

Building an Empire of Commodities: Global Trade and Early American Visual Culture ... 339

Cartooning, Caricature, and the Imperial Grotesque ... 139

Caucus: Visual Culture: Pictures in Motion: American Photography and Empire ... 293

Caucus: Visual Culture: Visualizing Pre-Columbian Civilizations in the Service of Nation-Building in the U.S. and Mexico, 1880–1980 ... 172

Digital/Imperial Worlds ... 084

Dimensions of Occupation ... 073

Empire and Resistance in Unexpected Places ... 082

Half Life of Empire, The: Creative Research on Cold War Remains ... 428

Imperial Cinema ... 043

Keywords of Black Visuality ... 367

Media(ted) Resistance: Blueprints, Digital Archives, and the Politics of Visibility ... 098

Mediating Disaster in a Culture of Spectacle: War, Ruins, and Catastrophe ... 088

Neoliberal Governmentality and Visual Culture ... 426

Objecthood, Abjecthood, and Fantasies of American Conquest ... 021

Photogrammar in Puerto Rico: Reading the FSA's 1930s Visual Archive with Twenty-first-Century Visualization Tools ... 147

Race, Religion, and Representations of a Savior in America: A Panel Discussion of The Color of Christ: The Son of God and the Saga of Race in America (Sept. 2012) ... 243

Seeing like Subjects of the State: Visual Technologies of Citizenship at Risk ... 123

Speculative Visions of Alternate Worlds and Near Futures Beyond Empire ... 211

War Games, War Stories ... 301

Women’s Studies

Artist Talk with Nao Bustamante, Artist-in-Residence ... 204

ASA Minority Scholars Committee: Mentoring from the Pipeline Through to Tenure Track ... 134

ASA Women’s Committee: Performing Repression and Resistance in Black and Latino Diasporas ... 334

ASA Women’s Committee: Televisual Empires: Interrogating the Black Female Body in Television ... 253

At Home in the World: Gender, Media, Performance, and Other “Domestic” Concerns ... 280

Cultural Evangelism ... 402

Extraction Stories ... 316

Freaks, Monsters, and Madwomen: Women’s Narratives and the Formation of Empire ... 405

Gender, Violence, and Resistance: Feminist Reconsiderations ... 391

Girl Talk ... 332

Prison/Representation ... 050

Slavery in the Atlantic World: Body, Flesh, and Spirit ... 115

Subversive Bodies and Corporate Persons ... 232

Thawing Polar Discourses: New Queer and Feminist Readings of Hegemonic Polar Narratives ... 389

Transnational Print Publics ... 014

Violent Pre-Occupations: The Power of Crowds, Mobs, and Riots in American History ... 212

Women of Color and Trans/national Encounters with U.S. Empire ... 419

Women Writing the Caribbean Diaspora ... 194

Working-Class Studies

California and the Global Crisis: Intercolonial Solidarities and Political Possibilities during the Great Depression ... 005

Conscripts of Empire ... 056

Geography Ground Zero: Territories of Labor, Race, and Region in Contemporary U.S. Politics ... 111

Human Rights, Law, and Citizenship ... 272

Imperial Cinema ... 043

Indians, Immigrants, and Empire: Military/State Police Strikebreaking at the Turn of the Twentieth Century ... 429

Transnational African American Political Thought ... 083

Violent Pre-Occupations: The Power of Crowds, Mobs, and Riots in American History ... 212