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This is a snapshot of the program as it existed on October 1, 2014. 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


Afro-German Parallax, The: The Pleasure and Pain of African American and German Relations...407


After the Rain: Vanguardist Jazz in the Seventies 
(in memory of Amiri Baraka)...028


alt. Black Musical History...066


Alternative Economies of Pleasure in Contemporary Southern Working-Class Cultures...087


Ambivalent Activisms: Pleasure and the Politics of 
Racial Representation...011


ASA Ethnic Studies Committee: Against the Bromance of 
Cross-Racial Community: Mapping Queer and Feminist 
Afro-Asian Alliances...027


ASA Women's Committee: (En)gendering the Affects of Performance, Productivity, Pleasure and Pain...078


Being and Blackness...029


Black Feminist Pleasure Show, The: Perverse Bliss and Public Sex 
in Post-American Black Feminism...310


Black in the Archives: Technologies of Capture...067


Blackness and the Ecstatic...016


Blackness in Latina/o America: Working Across Latina/o and 
Black Studies...088


Blackness, Flesh, and the Outside of Fun; or, Regarding the Fun 
in Fungibility...013


Can Black Women Have Fun?: Beyond Mammies and Martyrs...406


Carceral Bodies...068


Caucus: Sports Studies: To Protest or Not to Protest Athletic Resistance and/or the Pleasure of Fans...048


Chicanas/os and Latinas/os Read James Baldwin...049


Circuits of Pleasure: New Visions of Black Cinema...260


Coloring Faith: Black and Latina/o Religion, Politics, 
and Leadership...379


Convivial ReVisions: Contemporary Black Performance, 
Visual Culture and the Archive of Slavery...392


Eat Me! Consuming Urban Cultures...296


Genuine Negro Fun: Contemporary Black Audiences and 
Popular Cultural Pleasures...343


Gesture, Transfer, and Kinetic Affects in Black Performance...362


Going to the Movies: Situating Early Film Audiences...335


Haiti in the U.S. Imaginary...093


High on Crack: Surveillance, Loss and Addiction in 
Black Communities...158


Honey, That's SHADE! The Politics of Appropriation Between Black Gay Men and Straight Women...315


How It Feels: Reading Race and Pleasure with Zora Neale Hurston...346


James Baldwin and the Question of Privacy...283


Life-Writing, Musical Lives...111


Livable Spaces: Producing Knowledge, Producing Justice...262


Making Archives, Making Blackness: African American Collecting Acts and the Politics of Assembly...387


Matters of Life and Death...105


Melancholic Masculinities: The Erotics of James Baldwin...272


Memory and Disruption: Sites for Seductive Possibilities...052


Migrating the Black Body in Pleasure and Pain?: The African Diaspora and Visual Culture...194


Octavia Butler's Wild Seeds: An Acorn Community Gathering...031


Our History is No Mystery: Community Organizing and 
State Violence...161


Pain and the Pleasure of Viewing 12 Years a Slave, The...431


Performative Pleasures of Blackness: The Creation, Consumption, and Conflict of Pleasureable Blacknesses...405


Placing the Archive: The Legacies and Futures of 
Historical Knowledge...339


Playing with Rules: Having Fun and Keeping Order in 
Mid-Century Racial Liberalism...025


Pleasure, Pain, Politics, and Performance: 
Black Women Artists and Their Fans...403


Pleasures and Pains of Hip Hop Listening, The: 
New Aesthetic Approaches...384


Pleasures of the Harlem Renaissance, The: 
The Making of a "Salon" Anthology...180


Racial Optics...108


Rise and Fall of Urban Movements, The...119


Sensing Cuba...109


Serious Children, Serious Childhood...163


Settler Colonialism and Anti-Black Racism...270


Shamefully Delicious: The (Critical) Pleasures of ABC's Scandal...430


Sheer Romance, A: Cultural Representations of Black Women's Sexuality, Pleasure, Power, and Rebellion...020


Sites, Sights, and Design of Tourism, The...416


Sonics of Black Excess, 1940s to 1980s...361


Spaces Between, The: Sustaining Collaboration...295


Speculative Fiction and Non-Fiction...297


Staged Reading of Lisa B. Thompson's Underground, A: 
Trauma, History and the Pursuit of Pleasure...059


Staging Racial Humor: The Politics of Comedy...243


Stomp, Swerve, Rattle, and Roll: Fun and Pleasure as Political Resistance in American Blues Music...091


Sweetest Taboo, The: Theorizing Black Female Pleasure, Agency and Desire within Black Feminism...264


To Be Young, Global, and Black: The Global Circulations of Blackness and Americanness...317


Transnational Movements of Hip-Hop, The...055


Twelve Years a Slave: Sounds and Spectacles of Slavery...187


Unexpected Sites of Asian American and Black Activism: Globalism, Radicalism, and Democracy...268


We're Listening: Surveillance Technologies and Non-Private Publics...217


What Beyoncé (and Her Stans) Can Teach Us About the Pleasures of Intersectional Identity...432


Working Identities and the Double Bind of Racial Performance...253


Writing Black-Latino Histories: Marking Racial Boundaries and Overlaps, A Roundtable Discussion...186


Alternative Communities


Accessing Material Bodies...012


ASA Program Committee: Soapbox Manifestos...417


ASA Program Committee: Uncontrolled Substances/Altered States...107


ASA Program Committee: Wildness: 
The Fun and the Fury of Anarchy...086


Caucus: Critical Prison Studies: Fury of the Oppressed: Fifty Years of California Anti-Prison Organizing...399


Choreography of Protest, The...069


Critical Practices for a Changing World: 
Sharing Pedagogical Pleasures...089


Doing It Themselves: The Discourses of Radical Homemaking in the Twenty-first Century...040


Love and Rage: Cultural Strategies in Postwar U.S. Anarchism...082


Minority Scholars Committee Mentoring Breakfast...246


Octavia Butler's Wild Seeds: An Acorn Community Gathering...031


Performance and Play at the Edge of the Administered World: Three Sites...050


Politics and Practices of Exuberant Homecomings...153


Popular Posthumanism and the Youthful Undead...003


Wild and Not Free: The State, Capital and Nature...014


Animal Studies


Fun and the Furry, The: Bestial Pleasures in 
Heterosexuality's Empire...159


Wild and Not Free: The State, Capital and Nature...014


Anthropology


Evangelical Activism: Piety and Pleasure...340


Arts


Accessing Material Bodies...012


Archival Time Machine: Queer Cultural Production and 
Ephemeral Worlding...201


ASA Site Resources Committee: #Not1More: Art, Music, and Immigration Reform in Twenty-first-Century America (Off-site)...357


ASA Site Resources Committee: Latin America + Los Angeles: Arts Organizations Respond to Pacific Standard Time 2017 (Off-site)...436


Caucus: Visual Culture: Without Photography: Visualizing Violence in Non-Photographic-Documentary Media...051


Dangers in Delight, The: The Creative Context of 
El Partido Liberal Mexicano...008


Empire of Funk: Hip Hop and Representation in 
Filipina/o America—mdash;A Roundtable...070


Enduring Vulnerabilities: Performance, Pain, and Publics...032


Fun, Fury, and American Visual Culture: 
A Session in Celebration of Patricia Hills...015


Memory and Disruption: Sites for Seductive Possibilities...052


Protest and Poverty...137


Punch the Clock: Time, Asian American Art and Aesthetics...092


Totalities of Outsider Art...414


Asian American Studies


ASA Ethnic Studies Committee: Against the Bromance of 
Cross-Racial Community: Mapping Queer and Feminist 
Afro-Asian Alliances...027


Asian/Americanist Work and Play: Enacting Queer Sites of Pleasure Within Racialized Labor...030


Bridges and Divides: Navigating Japanese America and Interethnic Relations in Los Angeles During World War II...053


Collaboration, Community, and Crisis: A Roundtable on 
Filipino/American Art Now...333


Empire of Funk: Hip Hop and Representation in 
Filipina/o America—mdash;A Roundtable...070


Enduring Vulnerabilities: Performance, Pain, and Publics...032


Labor Under Contract: Culture, Resistance, and State-Managed Migration in the Twentieth Century...019


Love After War: Asian Kinship and Affect in the Shadow of American Empire...035


On Athletes and Outlaws: Asian Americans in Popular Culture 
and the Pleasures of Recognition...073


Playing with Rules: Having Fun and Keeping Order in 
Mid-Century Racial Liberalism...025


Pleasures and Perils of Home, The: Queering Domesticity, Rethinking Privacy...034


Pleasures and Pitfalls of Comparative Racialization, The...072


Punch the Clock: Time, Asian American Art and Aesthetics...092


Racial and National Commodification in the Global City...054


Stoners, Cowboys, Buddies: The Neoliberal Regulation of Cinematic Asians...017


Transnational Movements of Hip-Hop, The...055


Unexpected Sites of Asian American and Black Activism: Globalism, Radicalism, and Democracy...268


Vietnam Re-Viewed: The Visual Culture of the American War...026


Atlantic World


Affect and Appeal: Political Fury in the Nineteenth-Century Atlantic-Americas...023


Caucus: Early American Matters: Colloquy with Kathleen Donegan on Seasons of Misery...152


Haiti in the U.S. Imaginary...093


Playing the Field: Sports, Culture and Racially Gendered Bodies...018


Roundtable—mdash;"Our Translational America"...036


Border Studies


Chicana/Native American Relations: Post-colonialism and Contradictions in the Spanish-Anglo Colonized Borderlands...071


Queering Migration: DREAMers, Protest Revelers, and 
Lesbian Renegades...074


Racial Optics...108


Racial Vernaculars on the Border...094


Settler Colonialism in the U.S.-Mexico-Native Borderlands...117


Caribbean Studies


Grave Wave Off the Shores, The: Pacific and Caribbean Island Ecologies and Imaginaries...090


Haiti in the U.S. Imaginary...093


Sensing Cuba...109


Turn to Flesh, A: Decolonial Pleasure as a Politics of Possibility...205


Chicano/Latino Studies


American Quarterly: Rethinking American Studies from the Perspective of Las Américas...134


ASA Site Resources Committee: A Staged Reading of 
Ricardo Bracho's Puto...353


ASA Site Resources Committee: Latin America + Los Angeles: Arts Organizations Respond to Pacific Standard Time 2017 (Off-site)...436


ASA Women's Committee: (En)gendering the Affects of Performance, Productivity, Pleasure and Pain...078


Being and Blackness...029


Bittersweet: Remaking the Exhibit "American Sabor: Latinos in U.S. Popular Music " for the Smithsonian Institution...206


Blackness in Latina/o America: Working Across Latina/o and 
Black Studies...088


Charting Central American (In)Visibility in Los Angeles...183


Chicana/Native American Relations: Post-colonialism and Contradictions in the Spanish-Anglo Colonized Borderlands...071


Chicanas/os and Latinas/os Read James Baldwin...049


Coloring Faith: Black and Latina/o Religion, Politics, 
and Leadership...379


Dando Vueltas: Building a Back-and-Forth Between 
Latino Studies and Disability Studies...135


Feeling Queer...110


Fugitive Preludes: Chicana/o Popular Music and the Neoliberal City...136


Funny Feelings: A Roundtable Discussion with Queer 
Xicana-Indígena Artist Adelina Anthony...208


I Need A Hero: Latina/o Biography for a 
Twenty-first-Century Audience...185


Interdisciplinary Americas: Hemispheric Approaches to 
Latin America and American Studies...207


Labor Under Contract: Culture, Resistance, and State-Managed Migration in the Twentieth-Century...019


Land and the Fury, The: Land, Space, and Legacies of Cultural Nationalism in Latina/o Environmentalism...231


Life-Writing, Musical Lives...111


Lo Siento: Queer Latina/o Embodied Consciousness 
(Without Apology)...112


Our History is No Mystery: Community Organizing and 
State Violence...161


Performing Decolonial Aesthetics and the Politics of Pain and Pleasure in Music Across the Americas...162


Playing the Field: Sports, Culture and Racially Gendered Bodies...018


Pleasure and Pain of Latina/o Media-tions, The: Representational Practice in Comparative Genres...347


Pleasures of Imagining the Latina/o Past, The: Rethinking the Boundaries of Literary, Intellectual, and Social History...242


Politics of Feeling, The: Social and Affective Dimensions of Education, Political Movements, and State Violence...209


Protest and Poverty...137


Queer Play in the Archive: Chicano East L.A. and 
the Precarious Avant-Garde...413


Racial Vernaculars on the Border...094


Sensing Cuba...109


Speculative Fiction and Non-Fiction...297


Turn to Flesh, A: Decolonial Pleasure as a Politics of Possibility...205


UnMaking of Latina/o Citizenship, The: Culture, Politics, Aesthetics...425


View from Both Sides, The: Art and Transnational Latinidades...241


Writing Black-Latino Histories: Marking Racial Boundaries and Overlaps, A Roundtable Discussion...186


Childhood and Youth


Caucus: Childhood and Youth Studies: "He'd better play, or I'll work him": Race, Class and the Pathologizing of Childhood Fun...010


Children, Youth, and the Pleasures of Gender and 
Sexual Transgression...237


Girls, Girls, Girls: Gender and Popular Culture...138


Other World(s): Childhood, Nation, and the Price of Feeling Good...113


Serious Children, Serious Childhood...163


Twelve Years a Slave: Sounds and Spectacles of Slavery...187


Citizenship


Bodies in the Streets: Collective Memory and the Art of Protest...210


Caucus: War and Peace Studies: Reconsidering "R and R": Dialectics of Violence and Pleasure in Militarism...114


Choreography of Protest, The...069


Development, Displacement, Dispossession...085


Party's Over, The: A Panel and Open Discussion on the Aftermath of the ASA's Boycott Resolution...077


Willful Subjects: Action, Agency, and Politics...139


Class


alt. Black Musical History...066


Commerce of Pleasure...263


Cultural Front in the Twenty-first Century, The: 


Paradigms for a New Millennium...045


Does the Fun Stop Here? Marxist Encounters with 
American Studies...164


Fun Was Not Had By All: The Still Hidden Injuries of Class...188


Girls, Girls, Girls: Gender and Popular Culture...138


Gods Just Want to Have Fun: Ecstasy, Celebration and 
Community in Los Angeles Religions...383


Humanities Labor in the Neoliberal University: 
Luxury, Crisis, and Changing Conceptions of Work...213


Livable Spaces: Producing Knowledge, Producing Justice...262


Protest and Poverty...137


Queer Studies and Class: A Roundtable...410


Unsettling Pleasures and Pains: Conservatism, Neoliberalism, and Intimate Labors...084


Colonial and Postcolonial Studies


ASA Students' Committee: New Directions in American Studies...080


Before the Dawn: Pleasure, Cultural Memory, and Rebellion...211


Caucus: Academic and Community Activism: PACBI, USACBI and the History of Academic Boycotts: The Turning Tide...102


Caucus: Early American Matters: Early American Carnality...126


Development, Displacement, Dispossession...085


Digital (De)Colonialism: Confronting Intersections of New Technologies and Indigenous Control of Space, Place, and Health...344


Encountering Zionism: From Academia to Queer Activism and BDS...115


Formations of United States Colonialism (I): Economies of Racial Governmentality and the Subjects of Sovereignty...140


Formations of United States Colonialism (II): 
The Horizon of Incommensurability and Incorporation...165


Going to the Movies: Situating Early Film Audiences...335


Indigeneity and Difference...244


Indigenous and Critical Settler Geographies of Decolonial 
Pleasures and Futures...215


Livable Spaces: Producing Knowledge, Producing Justice...262


Love After War: Asian Kinship and Affect in the Shadow of American Empire...035


Origins of Biopolitics in the Americas, The...378


Performing Decolonial Aesthetics and the Politics of Pain and Pleasure in Music Across the Americas...162


Playing with the Imperial Imaginary: Race, Irony, Desire, 
and the Afterlives of Empire...411


Political Imaginings of Palestine Beyond the Here and Now...189


Politics of the "Pleasures" of Humanitarianism, The...212


Settler Colonialism in the U.S.-Mexico-Native Borderlands...117


Speculative Peripheries: Materialisms, Affect, and Objects in 
the Transnational...191


Teaching About Palestine: Changing the Pain and 
Fury of Ignorance to the Pleasures of Knowing...396


Teaching After Palestine: Speaking about the Occupation and Palestinian Culture in the U.S. Academy...327


Twelve Years a Slave: Sounds and Spectacles of Slavery...187


Unsettling Nature...309


Variation, the Microbiome, Hox Genes: 
How Are These Tools for American Studies Today?...372


Wild and Not Free: The State, Capital and Nature...014


Working in the Empire: Pain and Pleasure in U.S. Circuits of Labor...420


Communications


Doing Feminism: Event, Archive, Techne...116


Eat Me! Consuming Urban Cultures...296


From Furious Orientals to Funny Arabs: The Politics and Possibilities of Arab American Media Studies...415


We're Listening: Surveillance Technologies and Non-Private Publics...217


Critical Theory


#feelingthrills in the Digital Undercommons: 
Tumblr's Intimate Publics...122


After the Rain: Vanguardist Jazz in the Seventies 
(in memory of Amiri Baraka)...028


Ambivalent Affects: The Challenge of Financial Subjectivity...166


American Quarterly: Rethinking American Studies from the Perspective of Las Américas...134


ASA Program Committee: Film Screening and Discussion: Without Guarantees: Remembering Stuart Hall: The Stuart Hall Project ...193


ASA Program Committee: Kill this Keyword?...204


ASA Program Committee: Soapbox Manifestos...417


ASA Program Committee: The Fun and the Fury of 
José Esteban Muñoz...324


ASA Program Committee: Uncontrolled Substances/Altered States...107


ASA Site Resources Committee: Fun and Fury with the 
Empty Orchestra: Karaoke, Protest, and Pleasure (Off-site)...227


Becoming-Minor in American Studies: Solidarities in 
Precarious Times...167


Being and Blackness...029


Blackness, Flesh, and the Outside of Fun; or, Regarding the 
Fun in Fungibility...013


Everyday People: Re-thinking Desire and Drug User Agency...190


Fabricating Tech: Pleasure and Pain of Design Communities...147


Girls, Girls, Girls: Gender and Popular Culture...138


Humanities Labor in the Neoliberal University: 
Luxury, Crisis, and Changing Conceptions of Work...213


Keywords and Field-Formation...176


Matters of Life and Death...105


Memory and Disruption: Sites for Seductive Possibilities...052


Playing at Work: Food, Sex, the Home and the Labors of Leisure...373


Pleasures and Frictions from the Queer Middles...214


Politics of Need and Desire in Neoliberal Culture, The...142


Politics of the "Pleasures" of Humanitarianism, The...212


Racial Melancholia and the Pleasures of Obstinate Attachments...395


Settler Colonialism and Postmodern Play in the U.S. West...409


Speculative Peripheries: Materialisms, Affect, and Objects 
in the Transnational...191


Students for Justice in Palestine: Awakening the U.S. Campus...300


"What's Love Got To Do With It?": Settler Colonialism and Heteropatriarchy as Second-Hand Emotions in Expressions 
of Settler Sovereignty...322


Willful Subjects: Action, Agency, and Politics...139


Cultural Geography


Caucus: Food Culture Studies: Part II: Urban Gardeners and Culinary Gurus: Creating Alternative Maps of Los Angeles...041


Gaming the Bonaventure...118


Grave Wave Off the Shores, The: Pacific and Caribbean Island Ecologies and Imaginaries...090


Indigeneity and Difference...244


Indigenous and Critical Settler Geographies of Decolonial 
Pleasures and Futures...215


Playing the Field: Sports, Culture and Racially Gendered Bodies...018


Playing the System: Hollywood, Los Angeles, Genre...143


Primetime Rurality and the National Imaginary...245


Rise and Fall of Urban Movements, The...119


Roundtable—mdash;"Our Translational America" ...036


Teaching Los Angeles: Innovative Strategies, Possible Pitfalls...192


We're Listening: Surveillance Technologies and Non-Private Publics...217


Wild and Not Free: The State, Capital and Nature...014


Diaspora Studies


Afro-German Parallax, The: The Pleasure and Pain of 
African American and German Relations...407


Blackness in Latina/o America: Working Across Latina/o and 
Black Studies...088


Caucus: Academic and Community Activism: PACBI, USACBI 
and the History of Academic Boycotts: The Turning Tide...102


Fashioning Fury: Math, Computing and the Politics of Things...144


Gesture, Transfer, and Kinetic Affects in Black Performance...362


Graphic Art, Slavery, and the Minstrel Show: 
Staging Race in the Americas, 1828–1920...364


Haiti in the U.S. Imaginary...093


Indigenous Los Angeles: Place Making Through Story Mapping...196


Migrating the Black Body in Pleasure and Pain?: 
The African Diaspora and Visual Culture...194


Mitigating Peril in the Pacific: U.S. Empire, Militarism, 
Climate Change and the Pleasure of a Strong Sense of Place...145


Politics and Practices of Exuberant Homecomings...153


Sensing Cuba...109


Stoners, Cowboys, Buddies: The Neoliberal Regulation of Cinematic Asians...017


Transnational Bodies in Pain and Pleasure...216


Urban Fury and Smoldering Heat: Black Radical Traditions in Urban Space...169


Digital Humanities


#FTW, #WTF, #Fail, and #OMG: Queering New Media Sociality...171


ASA Graduate Education Committee: An Introduction to Publishing...298


ASA International Committee Talkshop II: Promoting New Dialectics of Pleasure and Pain in the Americas...198


ASA Women's Committee and Digital Humanities Caucus: 
Feminist Making I: Building Critical Contexts...002


ASA Women's Committee and Digital Humanities Caucus: 
Feminist Making II: Producing Cultural Critique...039


Blackness and the Ecstatic...016


Caucus: Digital Humanities: Digital Shorts: The Fun and the Fury...101


Caucus: Digital Humanities: Scripting the Reader in 
Electronic Literature...130


Critical Play, Digital Games...218


Digital (De)Colonialism: Confronting Intersections of New Technologies and Indigenous Control of Space, Place, and Health...344


Indigenous Los Angeles: Place Making Through Story Mapping...196


Queer OS: Queerness as Operating System...146


Subversive Pleasures of Transnationalism, The: 
The Journal of Transnational American Studies...290


This Bridge We Call Cyberspace: The Radical Potential of 
Digital Scholarship...195


We're Listening: Surveillance Technologies and Non-Private Publics...217


Who Gives a Sh*t If It Counts?: Designing Counter-Disciplinary Digital Publication...121


Digital Media


#feelingthrills in the Digital Undercommons: 
Tumblr's Intimate Publics...122


Archival Time Machine: Queer Cultural Production and 
Ephemeral Worlding...201


At the Intersection of Ethnography and Hip-Hop: 
Multiracial Queer Voices Redefining Family...172


Caucus: Science and Technology: Ethics and Affects 
of Online Playbor...063


Critical Play, Digital Games...218


Digital Deaths and Disenfranchisements: Reading Pleasure, Pain, and Politics in Video Games...197


Digital Queer Utopias: Gaming, Performance, Pleasure...247


Disastrous Aesthetics/The Aesthetics of Disaster...254


Fabricating Tech: Pleasure and Pain of Design Communities...147


Gaming the Bonaventure...118


Hallucinogenic Turn, The...248


Pain and Pleasure of Autobiographical Expression, The...170


Queer OS: Queerness as Operating System...146


Sensing Cuba...109


Staging Racial Humor: The Politics of Comedy...243


We're Listening: Surveillance Technologies and Non-Private Publics...217


Disability Studies


Accessing Material Bodies...012


ASA Students' Committee: New Directions in American Studies...080


Feeling Hands: Pleasures and Perils of Haptic and Visual Encounters in Transnational U.S. Culture...375


Early American Studies


Black in the Archives: Technologies of Capture...067


Caucus: Early American Matters: Colloquy with Kathleen Donegan on Seasons of Misery...152


Caucus: Early American Matters: Early American Carnality...126


Origins of Biopolitics in the Americas, The...378


Religiosity and Altered States...005


Roundtable: The Transoceanic Pacific in the Age of Sail...058


Education


ASA Committee on American Studies Departments, Programs, and Centers: Is There Room for Fun After the Fury?: The State of American Studies Programs, Centers and Departments in 2014...150


ASA Graduate Education Committee: Perfecting Your Pitch: Graduate Student Professionalization with the Pros...081


ASA Minority Scholars Committee Session I: Race, Indigeneity, and Structures of Work: Issues of Joint and Contingent Appointments...127


ASA Program Committee: Roundtable: SCOTUS v. 
University of Michigan...287


ASA Regional Chapters Committee: 
Making Your Work Fun and Productive: 
A Discussion with ASA Regional Student Award Winners...229


Girls, Girls, Girls: Gender and Popular Culture...138


K–16 Collaboration Committee: Building Power, Making Change: Tools for Educational/Justice Mobilizations...400


K–16 Collaboration Committee: Discourses and Acts of "Violence" in the United States Education System...380


K–16 Collaboration Committee: Radical Learning in the City of Dreams and Nightmares Autonomous Education in Los Angeles (Off-site)...356


Serious Children, Serious Childhood...163


Teaching Against the Prison Industrial Complex Through (Ambivalent) Spaces of Possibility...065


Eighteenth Century


Religiosity and Altered States...005


Environmental Studies


Caucus: Environment and Culture: Ecologies of Pleasure and Pain: Deviance, Destruction and Desire in Environmental History...393


Caucus: Environment and Culture: Keywords for Environmental Studies: From Ecotourism to Ecoterrorism...199


Caucus: Food Culture Studies: Part I: Reimagining Agriculture and Accessibility Within and Against L.A.'s Cityscape...022


Disastrous Aesthetics/The Aesthetics of Disaster...254


Filth and the Fury, The: Cultural Politics of Waste in America...257


Land and the Fury, The: Land, Space, and Legacies of Cultural Nationalism in Latina/o Environmentalism...231


Livable Spaces: Producing Knowledge, Producing Justice...262


Mitigating Peril in the Pacific: U.S. Empire, Militarism, Climate Change and the Pleasure of a Strong Sense of Place...145


Pleasure in the Land: Marking the Spatial Boundaries of the 
"Good Life" in Twentieth-Century America...311


Rise and Fall of Urban Movements, The...119


Sites, Sights, and Design of Tourism, The...416


Staging Environmental Apocalypses: Past, Present, and Future...307


Unsettling Nature...309


Western Radicals and Innovators: Sanora Babb, Willa Cather, Carlos Bulosan, and James Wong Howe...391


Wild and Not Free: The State, Capital and Nature...014


Ethnography


Ethnography is No Fun: or, the Dark, Queer Pleasure 
of Ethnography...332


Excesses of Ethnography, The: Aesthetics, Affect, and 
Fun in Urban Research...334


Playing the Field: Sports, Culture and Racially Gendered Bodies...018


Sex Panics: New Dialectics of Pleasure and Pain in 
Transnational "Sex Trafficking" Initiatives...234


Transnational Movements of Hip-Hop, The...055


Film Studies


Accessing Material Bodies...012


ASA Program Committee: Film Screening and Discussion: 
Passing Through (Off-site)...302


ASA Program Committee: Film Screening and Discussion: 
Wildness (Off-site)...328


ASA Program Committee: Film Screening and Discussion: Without Guarantees: Remembering Stuart Hall: The Stuart Hall Project...193


Circuits of Pleasure: New Visions of Black Cinema...260


Disastrous Aesthetics/The Aesthetics of Disaster...254


Exploitation, Ecstasy, and Freedom: Movies and 
the Struggle for Civil Rights in the 1960s...285


From Furious Orientals to Funny Arabs: The Politics and Possibilities of Arab American Media Studies...415


Going to the Movies: Situating Early Film Audiences...335


Indigenous Genre Films...312


Mass Media's Carceral Imaginary, The...261


Playing the System: Hollywood, Los Angeles, Genre...143


Pleasures of Watching Slavery, The...286


Racial Meanings and Musical Performance in Film: 
Uses of Folk, Calypso, and Jazz in Films, 1944–1965...331


Racial Optics...108


Racial Vernaculars on the Border...094


Serious Children, Serious Childhood...163


Stoners, Cowboys, Buddies: The Neoliberal Regulation of Cinematic Asians...017


Twelve Years a Slave: Sounds and Spectacles of Slavery...187


We're Listening: Surveillance Technologies and Non-Private Publics...217


Foodways


ASA Program Committee: Food and the Politics of 
Necessary Pleasure...179


Caucus: Food Culture Studies: Part I: Reimagining Agriculture and Accessibility Within and Against L.A.'s Cityscape...022


Caucus: Food Culture Studies: Part II: Urban Gardeners and Culinary Gurus: Creating Alternative Maps of Los Angeles...041


Caucus: Food Studies: Desire and Disgust, Pleasure and Pain: 
The Sensory Dialectics of Eating...157


Commerce of Pleasure...263


Doing It Themselves: The Discourses of Radical Homemaking in the Twenty-first Century...040


Eat Me! Consuming Urban Cultures...296


Enduring Vulnerabilities: Performance, Pain, and Publics...032


Guilty Pleasures: U.S. Food Culture and 
the Dialectic of Pleasure and Pain...337


Invention of Authenticity, The: Troubling Narratives of the 
"Real" Southern Foodways...236


Land and the Fury, The: Land, Space, and Legacies of Cultural Nationalism in Latina/o Environmentalism...231


Liberating Encounters: Cultural Consumption as Agent of Pleasure and Social Change in Contemporary Asian, Latin-American, and U.S. Popular Culture...336


Livable Spaces: Producing Knowledge, Producing Justice...262


Sites, Sights, and Design of Tourism, The...416


Gender Studies


Arab Worlds: Then and Now...349


ASA Ethnic Studies Committee: Against the Bromance of 
Cross-Racial Community: Mapping Queer and 
Feminist Afro-Asian Alliances...027


ASA Ethnic Studies Committee: Critical Labor: 
Women of Color Feminists Rethink the Reproductive...314


ASA Ethnic Studies Committee: Watching in Pain and Pleasure: Representing Women of Color on Screens...365


ASA International Committee and ASA Women's Committee Talkshop I: Teaching American Studies Transnationally...181


ASA Program Committee: Food and the Politics of 
Necessary Pleasure...179


ASA Program Committee: Sex is . . . Sex Ain't: Working at the Critical Edge of Sex, Politics, Art, and Industry...350


ASA Women's Committee: (En)gendering the Affects of Performance, Productivity, Pleasure and Pain...078


ASA Women's Committee and Digital Humanities Caucus: 
Feminist Making I: Building Critical Contexts...002


ASA Women's Committee and Digital Humanities Caucus: 
Feminist Making II: Producing Cultural Critique...039


Bazinga! Ethnic Humor, Stereotypes, and Science in 
The Big Bang Theory...235


Carceral Bodies...068


Caucus: Early American Matters: Early American Carnality...126


Central Avenue Breakdown: Gender, Race, and 
Coming of Age in a Los Angeles Jazz Community...419


Children, Youth, and the Pleasures of Gender and 
Sexual Transgression...237


Commerce of Pleasure...263


Criminal Pleasures, Legitimate Fun, and the 
Racialization of Enjoyment...120


Dando Vueltas: Building a Back-and-Forth Between Latino Studies and Disability Studies...135


Disastrous Affects: Hopelessness Against Fun in the 
University of Disaster...427


Do you know what that feels like?: Black Art, Culture and Shamelessness...132


Doing Feminism: Event, Archive, Techne...116


Dreaming to Travel, Travelling to Dream: 
Feminist Analyses of Gendered Mobility...288


Eat Me! Consuming Urban Cultures...296


Enduring Vulnerabilities: Performance, Pain, and Publics...032


Evangelical Activism: Piety and Pleasure...340


Excesses of Ethnography, The: Aesthetics, Affect, and 
Fun in Urban Research...334


Fabricating Tech: Pleasure and Pain of Design Communities...147


Fashioning Fury: Math, Computing and the Politics of Things...144


Feeling Queer...110


Feminist Pedagogy: Reconstituting a Pleasure Principle...338


Feminist, Queer and Jewish Responses to Zionism...238


Fun and the Furry, The: Bestial Pleasures in 
Heterosexuality's Empire...159


Gender and Sexual Politics of Pacific Militarization...275


Girls, Girls, Girls: Gender and Popular Culture...138


Global Circuits of Beauty and Fashion: 
An Interdisciplinary Dialogue...289


Going to the Movies: Situating Early Film Audiences...335


Honey, That's SHADE! The Politics of Appropriation Between Black Gay Men and Straight Women...315


Imagined Pasts, Happier Presents: 
The Functions of Nostalgia in American Culture...385


Is Porn Still Fun?...219


Livable Spaces: Producing Knowledge, Producing Justice...262


Matters of Life and Death...105


Performances of Excess...249


Playing at Work: Food, Sex, the Home and the Labors of Leisure...373


Pleasure and Pain of Queer Generations, The...428


Pleasure, Pain, Politics, and Performance: 
Black Women Artists and Their Fans...403


Politics of Need and Desire in Neoliberal Culture, The...142


Religiosity and Altered States...005


Serious Children, Serious Childhood...163


Sex Panics, Dangerous Pairings, and Moral Rhetorics of 
Pleasure and Pain...389


Sex Panics: New Dialectics of Pleasure and Pain in 
Transnational "Sex Trafficking" Initiatives...234


Shamefully Delicious: The (Critical) Pleasures of ABC's Scandal...430


Staging Racial Humor: The Politics of Comedy...243


Sweetest Taboo, The: Theorizing Black Female Pleasure, 
Agency and Desire within Black Feminism...264


This Bridge We Call Cyberspace: The Radical Potential of 
Digital Scholarship...195


Transnational Bodies in Pain and Pleasure...216


Tutus, Vagabonds, Comics, and Toxic Drag Queens: 
Tactical Deployments of Humor in the Critique of Sovereignty...232


Twelve Years a Slave: Sounds and Spectacles of Slavery...187


Unsettling Modernity of Reactionary Nineteenth-Century 
Social Movements, The...024


Variation, the Microbiome, Hox Genes: How Are These Tools for American Studies Today?...372


What Beyoncé (and Her Stans) Can Teach Us 
About the Pleasures of Intersectional Identity...432


Wild and Not Free: The State, Capital and Nature...014


Writing Loss: Pleasure and Interdisciplinary Possibilities...422


Geography


Carceral Bodies...068


Development, Displacement, Dispossession...085


Global/Transnational/Cross-Cultural Studies


American Quarterly: Rethinking American Studies from the Perspective of Las Américas...134


Arab Worlds: Then and Now...349


ASA International Committee and ASA Women's Committee Talkshop I: Teaching American Studies Transnationally...181


ASA Program Committee: Black Radicalism, Insurgency in 
Israel/Palestine and the Idea of Solidarity...133


Before the Dawn: Pleasure, Cultural Memory, and Rebellion...211


Being and Blackness...029


Caucus: Academic and Community Activism: Incarceration and Resistance: Pleasure and Pain in the Global Prison Complex...182


Caucus: Food Studies: Desire and Disgust, Pleasure and Pain: 
The Sensory Dialectics of Eating...157


Dangerous Pastimes: Print-Cultural Networks and Patterns of 
Self-Making on the Canada-U.S. Border...156


Does the Fun Stop Here? Marxist Encounters with American Studies...164


Dreaming to Travel, Travelling to Dream: Feminist Analyses of Gendered Mobility...288


Encountering Zionism: From Academia to Queer Activism and BDS...115


Evangelical Activism: Piety and Pleasure...340


Global Circuits of Beauty and Fashion: 
An Interdisciplinary Dialogue...289


Global Lockdown: Policing and Protest from the Americas 
to the Middle East...033


Haiti in the U.S. Imaginary...093


Interdisciplinary Americas: Hemispheric Approaches to 
Latin America and American Studies...207


Intimate Ways of Seeing: Queer Diasporas and 
Interracial Friendships in the U.S. and Global South...060


Law and Violence in Transnational Perspective...316


Liberating Encounters: Cultural Consumption as Agent of Pleasure and Social Change in Contemporary Asian, Latin-American, and U.S. Popular Culture...336


Life-Writing, Musical Lives...111


Livable Spaces: Producing Knowledge, Producing Justice...262


Local Laughter, Local Knowledges: Transforming American Studies Through the Middle East...250


Machine, Sex, and Other Intimate Acts...433


Muslim Left and U.S.-Based Social Movements, The...239


Other World(s): Childhood, Nation, and the Price of Feeling Good...113


Performance and Play at the Edge of the Administered World: Three Sites...050


Placing the Archive: The Legacies and Futures of 
Historical Knowledge...339


Pleasures and Frictions from the Queer Middles...214


Politics of Feeling, The: Social and Affective Dimensions of Education, Political Movements, and State Violence...209


Protest and Poverty...137


Queer Filipino Cultures of U.S. Imperialism, Canadian Multiculturalism, and Globalization...240


Racial and National Commodification in the Global City...054


Roundtable: The Transoceanic Pacific in the Age of Sail...058


Sensing Cuba...109


Sex Panics: New Dialectics of Pleasure and Pain in 
Transnational "Sex Trafficking" Initiatives...234


Speculative Archives: Imagining the Unthinkable in 
Tension with Neoliberalism in the Post-American Century...284


Speculative Fiction and Non-Fiction...297


Sports, Sex, and Music across the Pacific during the Cold War...359


Stoners, Cowboys, Buddies: The Neoliberal Regulation of Cinematic Asians...017


Subversive Pleasures of Transnationalism, The: 
The Journal of Transnational American Studies...290


Techno-objects and the Racial: A Roundtable on 
Material Pleasures and Violence of the Post-American Century...371


To Be Young, Global, and Black: The Global Circulations of Blackness and Americanness...317


Transnational Bodies in Pain and Pleasure...216


Tutus, Vagabonds, Comics, and Toxic Drag Queens: 
Tactical Deployments of Humor in the Critique of Sovereignty...232


What Words Can't Do: Instrumentals, Identity, and Interpretation...381


Health and Medicine


ASA Program Committee: Uncontrolled Substances/Altered States...107


Dando Vueltas: Building a Back-and-Forth Between 
Latino Studies and Disability Studies...135


Feeling Hands: Pleasures and Perils of Haptic and Visual Encounters in Transnational U.S. Culture...375


Investigating Pain and Patients: Medical Experimentation and 
the Development of Medical Specialization in 
Nineteenth-Century Americas...279


Pleasures and Politics of Practice, The: 
American Studies Outside of the Academy...291


Sex Panics, Dangerous Pairings, and Moral Rhetorics of 
Pleasure and Pain...389


World of Drugs, The: Geographies of Pharmaceutical 
Access and Excess...266


Hemispheric Studies


ASA International Committee Talkshop II: Promoting New Dialectics of Pleasure and Pain in the Americas...198


Interdisciplinary Americas: Hemispheric Approaches to 
Latin America and American Studies...207


Performance, Affect and Labor in Contemporary Documentary 
in the Americas...318


Thinking Through Hemispheric Indigenous Studies...341


View from Both Sides, The: Art and Transnational Latinidades...241


History


American Empire and Its Objects of Desire: Mutilated Bodies as Art and Artifact...267


Black in the Archives: Technologies of Capture...067


Caucus: Early American Matters: Colloquy with Kathleen Donegan on Seasons of Misery...152


Caucus: War and Peace Studies: Reconsidering "R and R": Dialectics of Violence and Pleasure in Militarism...114


Choreography of Protest, The...069


Commerce of Pleasure...263


Critical Play, Digital Games...218


Dangers in Delight, The: The Creative Context of 
El Partido Liberal Mexicano...008


Feeling in the Dark: Activating Forgotten Places in Los Angeles...292


Freedom's Movements, or: How I Learned to 
Stop Worrying and Rock the Prison Empire...426


Going to the Movies: Situating Early Film Audiences...335


Guilty Pleasures: U.S. Food Culture and 
the Dialectic of Pleasure and Pain...337


High on Crack: Surveillance, Loss and Addiction 
in Black Communities...158


I Need A Hero: Latina/o Biography for a 
Twenty-first-Century Audience...185


Machine in the Garden Fifty Years Later, The: A Roundtable...435


On the Pleasures of Speculation: The Cultural Imaginary of American Gambling...319


Placing the Archive: The Legacies and Futures of 
Historical Knowledge...339


Pleasure of the Archive, The...175


Pleasures of Imagining the Latina/o Past, The: Rethinking the Boundaries of Literary, Intellectual, and Social History...242


Promoting Paradise Amidst the Cityscape: Environmental and Ecological Visions of Interwar Los Angeles...342


Protest and Poverty...137


Race, Space, and Politics in Los Angeles's Postwar Suburbs...293


Reconsidering the 1960s...047


Unexpected Sites of Asian American and Black Activism: Globalism, Radicalism, and Democracy...268


Humor Studies


Arab Worlds: Then and Now...349


Being and Blackness...029


Caucus: Humor Studies: The Politics of Comedy: 
Female Comedians and the Critical Power of Laughter...320


Genuine Negro Fun: Contemporary Black Audiences and 
Popular Cultural Pleasures...343


Going to the Movies: Situating Early Film Audiences...335


Sensing Cuba...109


Staging Racial Humor: The Politics of Comedy...243


Immigration


America's Brown Sites: Connecting the Domestic War on Terror and Immigration Detention...294


ASA Site Resources Committee: #Not1More: Art, Music, and Immigration Reform in Twenty-first-Century America (Off-site)...357


Charting Central American (In)Visibility in Los Angeles...183


Choreography of Protest, The...069


Cultural Identity Along Landscapes of Mobility...269


Dreaming to Travel, Travelling to Dream: 
Feminist Analyses of Gendered Mobility...288


Embodied and Emotional Life of Migrant Organizing, The...203


Labor Under Contract: Culture, Resistance, and 
State-Managed Migration in the Twentieth-Century...019


Queering Migration: DREAMers, Protest Revelers, and 
Lesbian Renegades...074


Indigenous Studies


ASA Minority Scholars Committee Session I: Race, Indigeneity, and Structures of Work: Issues of Joint and Contingent Appointments...127


Being and Blackness...029


Challenging the Archive: Epistemologies of Islandness and Indigeneity in the Pacific...321


Chicana/Native American Relations: Post-colonialism and Contradictions in the Spanish-Anglo Colonized Borderlands...071


Digital (De)Colonialism: Confronting Intersections of New Technologies and Indigenous Control of Space, Place, and Health...344


Enduring Vulnerabilities: Performance, Pain, and Publics...032


Formations of United States Colonialism (I): Economies of 
Racial Governmentality and the Subjects of Sovereignty...140


Formations of United States Colonialism (II): 
The Horizon of Incommensurability and Incorporation...165


Indigeneity and Difference...244


Indigenous and Critical Settler Geographies of 
Decolonial Pleasures and Futures...215


Indigenous Genre Films...312


Indigenous Los Angeles: Place Making Through Story Mapping...196


Livable Spaces: Producing Knowledge, Producing Justice...262


Mitigating Peril in the Pacific: U.S. Empire, Militarism, 
Climate Change and the Pleasure of a Strong Sense of Place...145


"Pre-Occupation" of the American West, The: 
Imagining a Native Past...043


Settler Colonialism and Anti-Black Racism...270


Settler Colonialism in the U.S.-Mexico-Native Borderlands...117


Spaces Between, The: Sustaining Collaboration...295


Thinking Through Hemispheric Indigenous Studies...341


Unsettling Nature...309


"What's Love Got To Do With It?": Settler Colonialism and Heteropatriarchy as Second-Hand Emotions in Expressions of Settler Sovereignty...322


Landscape and The Built Environment


Caucus: Environment and Culture: Ecologies of Pleasure and Pain: Deviance, Destruction and Desire in Environmental History...393


Commerce of Pleasure...263


Cultural Identity Along Landscapes of Mobility...269


Ferocity and Fun of Fighting the PIC, The: 
Community Organizing from L.A. to NY...168


Pleasure in the Land: Marking the Spatial Boundaries of the 
"Good Life" in Twentieth-Century America...311


Promoting Paradise Amidst the Cityscape: 
Environmental and Ecological Visions of Interwar Los Angeles...342


Rise and Fall of Urban Movements, The...119


Time and Temporality in Theme Parks...345


Language


ASA Program Committee: Kill this Keyword?...204


Caucus: Sound Studies: The Racial Politics of Listening: 
"Accents," Hate Speech, and Language in the U.S. Media...313


Keywords and Field-Formation...176


Roundtable—mdash;"Our Translational America" ...036


Legal Studies


Carceral Bodies...068


Law and Violence in Transnational Perspective...316


Speculative Fiction and Non-Fiction...297


Working Identities and the Double Bind of Racial Performance...253


Literary Studies


alt. Black Musical History...066


Caucus: Digital Humanities: Scripting the Reader in 
Electronic Literature...130


Choreography of Protest, The...069


Exploitation, Ecstasy, and Freedom: Movies and 
the Struggle for Civil Rights in the 1960s...285


Feeling Queer...110


Fun Was Not Had By All: The Still Hidden Injuries of Class...188


Guilty Pleasures: U.S. Food Culture and the Dialectic of 
Pleasure and Pain...337


Hallucinogenic Turn, The...248


How It Feels: Reading Race and Pleasure with Zora Neale Hurston...346


Machine in the Garden Fifty Years Later, The: A Roundtable...435


Melancholic Masculinities: The Erotics of James Baldwin...272


Pain and Pleasure of Autobiographical Expression, The...170


Pleasure and Pain in the Archives: An Interactive Workshop with/in the Papers of Catharine Sedgwick...061


Pleasure and Pain of Latina/o Media-tions, The: 
Representational Practice in Comparative Genres...347


Pleasure of the Archive, The...175


Pleasures and Pains of the Book, The...273


Pleasures of Imagining the Latina/o Past, The: Rethinking the Boundaries of Literary, Intellectual, and Social History...242


Pleasures of the Harlem Renaissance, The: 
The Making of a "Salon" Anthology...180


Politics and Practices of Exuberant Homecomings...153


Riots, Radios, and the Historical Record: Mass Media and Crisis in Twentieth-Century American Literature and Art...006


Sensing Cuba...109


Speculative Fiction and Non-Fiction...297


Material Culture


Aesthetics of Nostalgia, The: Race, Cultural Production and Conceptions of Home in Post-America...299


Aesthetics, Activism, and the Practice of Everyday Life...325


Artifacts of Labor and Leisure: The "Serious Fun" of 
Nineteenth-Century Transnational Material Culture...348


Caucus: Material Culture: Twenty Years, Twenty Questions to 
Ask an Object...178


Filth and the Fury, The: Cultural Politics of Waste in America...257


Memory and Disruption: Sites for Seductive Possibilities...052


My Body, All Over Your Body: Desire, Collaboration, and 
the Doing of Pleasure...326


Performances of Excess...249


Racist Memorabilia and Classist Collectibles...274


Serious Children, Serious Childhood...163


Sonics of Black Excess, 1940s to 1980s...361


Middle East American Studies


Arab Worlds: Then and Now...349


ASA International Committee Talkshop III: 
Egyptian Universities Beyond Crisis...358


Caucus: Academic and Community Activism: PACBI, USACBI and the History of Academic Boycotts: The Turning Tide...102


Encountering Zionism: From Academia to Queer Activism and BDS...115


Feminist, Queer and Jewish Responses to Zionism...238


From Furious Orientals to Funny Arabs: 
The Politics and Possibilities of Arab American Media Studies...415


Law and Violence in Transnational Perspective...316


Local Laughter, Local Knowledges: 
Transforming American Studies Through the Middle East...250


Muslim Left and U.S.-Based Social Movements, The...239


Students For Justice in Palestine: Awakening the U.S. Campus...300


Teaching After Palestine: Speaking about the Occupation and Palestinian Culture in the U.S. Academy...327


Transnational Movements of Hip-Hop, The...055


Militarism / War


Accessing Material Bodies...012


Caucus: War and Peace Studies: Reconsidering "R and R": Dialectics of Violence and Pleasure in Militarism...114


Choreography of Protest, The...069


Gender and Sexual Politics of Pacific Militarization...275


Hallucinogenic Turn, The...248


Love After War: Asian Kinship and Affect in the 
Shadow of American Empire...035


Perils of Pity and Punishment, The: Race, Regulation, and 
the Rise of the Carceral State...382


Sites, Sights, and Design of Tourism, The...416


There Is Here: Transnational Archives, Comparative Furies...398


Museum Studies


ASA Site Resources Committee: Latin America + Los Angeles: Arts Organizations Respond to Pacific Standard Time 2017 (Off-site)...436


Bittersweet: Remaking the Exhibit "American Sabor: Latinos in U.S. Popular Music" for the Smithsonian Institution...206


Caucus: Material Culture: Twenty Years, Twenty Questions to 
Ask an Object...178


Memory and Disruption: Sites for Seductive Possibilities...052


Pleasures of Teaching in a World of Pain, The...388


Racial Vernaculars on the Border...094


Music


After the Rain: Vanguardist Jazz in the Seventies 
(in memory of Amiri Baraka)...028


"All the Way Live": The Aesthetics of Pleasure in California Funk...394


alt. Black Musical History...066


ASA Site Resources Committee: #Not1More: Art, Music, and Immigration Reform in Twenty-first-Century America (Off-site)...357


Bittersweet: Remaking the Exhibit "American Sabor: 
Latinos in U.S. Popular Music" for the Smithsonian Institution...206


Caucus: Sound Studies: Power Ballads and Blurred Lines: 
Songs from the Boundaries of Fun...271


Central Avenue Breakdown: Gender, Race, and Coming of Age 
in a Los Angeles Jazz Community...419


Choreography of Protest, The...069


Feeling Queer...110


From East London to East L.A.: Excavating Urban Identity and Culture in the West Coast Jungle Scene...434


Fugitive Preludes: Chicana/o Popular Music and the Neoliberal City...136


Liberating Encounters: Cultural Consumption as Agent of Pleasure and Social Change in Contemporary Asian, Latin-American, and U.S. Popular Culture...336


Life-Writing, Musical Lives...111


Love and Rage: Cultural Strategies in Postwar U.S. Anarchism...082


Mass Media's Carceral Imaginary, The...261


Performing Decolonial Aesthetics and the Politics of Pain and Pleasure in Music Across the Americas...162


Racial Meanings and Musical Performance in Film: 
Uses of Folk, Calypso, and Jazz in Films, 1944–1965...331


Sonics of Black Excess, 1940s to 1980s...361


Stomp, Swerve, Rattle, and Roll: Fun and Pleasure as 
Political Resistance in American Blues Music...091


Stoners, Cowboys, Buddies: The Neoliberal Regulation of Cinematic Asians...017


Transnational Movements of Hip-Hop, The...055


What Words Can't Do: Instrumentals, Identity, and Interpretation...381


Native American Studies


ASA Minority Scholars Committee Session II: 
Race, Indigeneity, and Structures of Work: Teaching 
Indigenous Studies and Working in Settler Colonial Contexts...280


Indigeneity and Difference...244


Livable Spaces: Producing Knowledge, Producing Justice...262


Our History is No Mystery: Community Organizing and 
State Violence...161


Religiosity and Altered States...005


Serious Children, Serious Childhood...163


Settler Colonialism and Postmodern Play in the U.S. West...409


Stoners, Cowboys, Buddies: The Neoliberal Regulation of Cinematic Asians...017


Wild and Not Free: The State, Capital and Nature...014


Nineteenth Century


Affect and Appeal: Political Fury in the Nineteenth-Century Atlantic-Americas...023


Artifacts of Labor and Leisure: The "Serious Fun" of 
Nineteenth-Century Transnational Material Culture...348


Black in the Archives: Technologies of Capture...067


Commerce of Pleasure...263


Confronting Racism: The Fun and the Fury...408


Contesting Gender and Sexuality Through Performance and Play...386


Fun in Public: The Cultures of Amateur Labor...042


Haiti in the U.S. Imaginary...093


Investigating Pain and Patients: Medical Experimentation 
and the Development of Medical Specialization in 
Nineteenth-Century Americas...279


Playing the Field: Sports, Culture and Racially Gendered Bodies...018


Pleasure and Pain in the Archives: An Interactive Workshop 
with/in the Papers of Catharine Sedgwick...061


"Pre-Occupation" of the American West, The: Imagining a 
Native Past...043


Riots, Radios, and the Historical Record: Mass Media and 
Crisis in Twentieth-Century American Literature and Art...006


Selfie Nation...009


Sites, Sights, and Design of Tourism, The...416


Twelve Years a Slave: Sounds and Spectacles of Slavery...187


Unsettling Modernity of Reactionary Nineteenth-Century 
Social Movements, The...024


Violent Reckonings with National Pasts...062


Pacific / Trans-Pacific / Pacific Rim / Global Pacific


Bridges and Divides: Navigating Japanese America and Interethnic Relations in Los Angeles During World War II...053


Challenging the Archive: Epistemologies of Islandness and Indigeneity in the Pacific...321


Gender and Sexual Politics of Pacific Militarization...275


Roundtable: The Transoceanic Pacific in the Age of Sail...058


Sites, Sights, and Design of Tourism, The...416


Speculative Fiction and Non-Fiction...297


Sports, Sex, and Music across the Pacific during the Cold War...359


Working in the Empire: Pain and Pleasure in U.S. Circuits of Labor...420


Pacific Islander American Studies


Formations of United States Colonialism (I): Economies of 
Racial Governmentality and the Subjects of Sovereignty...140


Formations of United States Colonialism (II): 
The Horizon of Incommensurability and Incorporation...165


Grave Wave Off the Shores, The: 
Pacific and Caribbean Island Ecologies and Imaginaries...090


Indigeneity and Difference...244


Pedagogy


American Empire and Its Objects of Desire: 
Mutilated Bodies as Art and Artifact...267


ASA Committee on American Studies Departments, Programs, and Centers: Is There Room for Fun After the Fury?: The State of American Studies Programs, Centers and Departments in 2014...150


ASA Graduate Education Committee: The Core of the Field: Required Courses in American Studies Doctoral Education...402


ASA Program Committee: Kill this Keyword?...204


ASA Regional Chapters Committee: Making Your Work 
Fun and Productive: A Discussion with ASA Regional 
Student Award Winners...229


ASA Students' Committee: Breakfast Forum I: Mock Job Interview...106


ASA Students' Committee: Breakfast Forum II: Lightning Shorts, On Projects in Progress...233


ASA Students' Committee: Workshop I: Demystifying Fellowships and Grants...131


ASA Students' Committee: Workshop II: Anatomy of a Syllabus...259


Caucus: Material Culture: Twenty Years, Twenty Questions to 
Ask an Object...178


Critical Practices for a Changing World: 
Sharing Pedagogical Pleasures...089


Feminist Pedagogy: Reconstituting a Pleasure Principle...338


Fun, Fury, and American Visual Culture: 
A Session in Celebration of Patricia Hills...015


Keywords and Field-Formation...176


Minority Scholars Committee Mentoring Breakfast...246


Party's Over, The: A Panel and Open Discussion on the 
Aftermath of the ASA's Boycott Resolution...077


Teaching About Palestine: Changing the Pain and Fury of 
Ignorance to the Pleasures of Knowing...396


Teaching After Palestine: Speaking about the Occupation and Palestinian Culture in the U.S. Academy...327


Teaching Against the Prison Industrial Complex Through (Ambivalent) Spaces of Possibility...065


Teaching Los Angeles: Innovative Strategies, Possible Pitfalls...192


There Is Here: Transnational Archives, Comparative Furies...398


Performance Studies


#feelingthrills in the Digital Undercommons: 
Tumblr's Intimate Publics...122


"All the Way Live": The Aesthetics of Pleasure in California Funk...394


ASA Program Committee: The Fun and the Fury of 
José Esteban Muñoz...324


ASA Program Committee: Wildness: 
The Fun and the Fury of Anarchy...086


ASA Site Resources Committee: 
A Staged Reading of Ricardo Bracho's Puto...353


ASA Site Resources Committee: Fun and Fury with the Empty Orchestra: Karaoke, Protest, and Pleasure (Off-site)...227


Bad Habits, Everyday Life...421


Black in the Archives: Technologies of Capture...067


Blackness and the Ecstatic...016


Blackness, Flesh, and the Outside of Fun; or, Regarding the 
Fun in Fungibility...013


Bodies in the Streets: Collective Memory and the Art of Protest...210


Caucus: Humor Studies: The Politics of Comedy: 
Female Comedians and the Critical Power of Laughter...320


Caucus: Sound Studies: The Racial Politics of Listening: 
"Accents," Hate Speech, and Language in the U.S. Media...313


Clenched Fists Limp Wrists: Performing Camaraderie and Endurance in Visual Art and Radical Politics...374


Collaboration, Community, and Crisis: 
A Roundtable on Filipino/American Art Now...333


Critical Play, Digital Games...218


Digital Queer Utopias: Gaming, Performance, Pleasure...247


Disastrous Aesthetics/The Aesthetics of Disaster...254


Enduring Vulnerabilities: Performance, Pain, and Publics...032


Funny Feelings: A Roundtable Discussion with 
Queer Xicana-Indígena Artist Adelina Anthony...208


Gesture, Transfer, and Kinetic Affects in Black Performance...362


Gods Just Want to Have Fun: Ecstasy, Celebration and 
Community in Los Angeles Religions...383


Going to the Movies: Situating Early Film Audiences...335


Graphic Art, Slavery, and the Minstrel Show: 
Staging Race in the Americas, 1828–1920...364


How It Feels: Reading Race and Pleasure with Zora Neale Hurston...346


Music, Fashion and the Power of (Queer) Nightlife...155


My Body, All Over Your Body: Desire, Collaboration, and the Doing of Pleasure...326


On Athletes and Outlaws: Asian Americans in Popular Culture and the Pleasures of Recognition...073


Pain and Pleasure of Autobiographical Expression, The...170


Performance and Play at the Edge of the Administered World: Three Sites...050


Performance, Affect and Labor in Contemporary Documentary 
in the Americas...318


Performances of Excess...249


Performing Radical Politics in the Postwar United States...007


Pleasure, Pain, Politics, and Performance: 
Black Women Artists and Their Fans...403


Pleasures and Pains of Hip Hop Listening, The: 
New Aesthetic Approaches...384


Protest and Poverty...137


Queer Performances After Gay Rights: 
The Pleasures of Invisibility, Illegibility, and the Undetectable...404


Queer Play in the Archive: Chicano East L.A. and 
the Precarious Avant-Garde...413


Sensing Cuba...109


Sonics of Black Excess, 1940s to 1980s...361


Staged Reading of Lisa B. Thompson's Underground, A: 
Trauma, History and the Pursuit of Pleasure...059


Staging Racial Humor: The Politics of Comedy...243


Stoners, Cowboys, Buddies: The Neoliberal Regulation of Cinematic Asians...017


Theory Beyond the Regime of the Theoretical: 
Fun With Race, Sex, Dis/ability, and Performance...423


What Beyoncé (and Her Stans) Can Teach Us 
About the Pleasures of Intersectional Identity...432


Writing Loss: Pleasure and Interdisciplinary Possibilities...422


Philosophy


Being and Blackness...029


Political Culture/Government


ASA Program Committee: I Want My ASA, or, 
W(h)ither American Studies?...096


Girls, Girls, Girls: Gender and Popular Culture...138


Indigeneity and Difference...244


Performing Radical Politics in the Postwar United States...007


Protest and Poverty...137


Speculative Fiction and Non-Fiction...297


Students For Justice in Palestine: Awakening the U.S. Campus...300


We're Listening: Surveillance Technologies and Non-Private Publics...217


Political Economy


Accessing Material Bodies...012


Ambivalent Affects: The Challenge of Financial Subjectivity...166


Black in the Archives: Technologies of Capture...067


Hallucinogenic Turn, The...248


Indigeneity and Difference...244


On the Pleasures of Speculation: The Cultural Imaginary of American Gambling...319


Politics of Need and Desire in Neoliberal Culture, The...142


Protest and Poverty...137


Rise and Fall of Urban Movements, The...119


Popular Culture


All in Good Fun: Race, Gender, and the Politics of Fun in 
Early Television Comedy...424


"All the Way Live": The Aesthetics of Pleasure in California Funk...394


alt. Black Musical History...066


Ambivalent Affects: The Challenge of Financial Subjectivity...166


Artifacts of Labor and Leisure: The "Serious Fun" of 
Nineteenth-Century Transnational Material Culture...348


ASA Ethnic Studies Committee: Watching in Pain and Pleasure: Representing Women of Color on Screens...365


Can Black Women Have Fun?: Beyond Mammies and Martyrs...406


Caucus: Environment and Culture: Ecologies of Pleasure and Pain: Deviance, Destruction and Desire in Environmental History...393


Caucus: Humor Studies: The Politics of Comedy: 
Female Comedians and the Critical Power of Laughter...320


Caucus: Sound Studies: Power Ballads and Blurred Lines: 
Songs from the Boundaries of Fun...271


Contesting Gender and Sexuality Through Performance and Play...386


Critical Play, Digital Games...218


Do you know what that feels like?: 
Black Art, Culture and Shamelessness...132


Eat Me! Consuming Urban Cultures...296


Empire of Funk: Hip Hop and Representation in 
Filipina/o America—mdash;A Roundtable...070


Everyday People: Re-thinking Desire and Drug User Agency...190


Fandom and the Public Sphere: Textuality, Affect, and 
Social Relevance...046


Fun in Public: The Cultures of Amateur Labor...042


Genuine Negro Fun: Contemporary Black Audiences and 
Popular Cultural Pleasures...343


Girls, Girls, Girls: Gender and Popular Culture...138


Global Circuits of Beauty and Fashion: 
An Interdisciplinary Dialogue...289


Haiti in the U.S. Imaginary...093


Hallucinogenic Turn, The...248


High on Crack: Surveillance, Loss and Addiction in 
Black Communities...158


Hurts So Good: Desiring Bad Objects...265


Imagined Pasts, Happier Presents: 
The Functions of Nostalgia in American Culture...385


It's the End of the Neocolonial World Order as We Know It: Apocalyptic Visions of Redistribution...376


Life-Writing, Musical Lives...111


Music, Fashion and the Power of (Queer) Nightlife...155


Octavia Butler's Wild Seeds: An Acorn Community Gathering...031


On Athletes and Outlaws: Asian Americans in Popular Culture 
and the Pleasures of Recognition...073


On the Pleasures of Speculation: 
The Cultural Imaginary of American Gambling...319


Other World(s): Childhood, Nation, and the Price of Feeling Good...113


Our City, Our Stadium: The Cultural Politics of 
Sports Landscapes in Los Angeles...258


Performative Pleasures of Blackness: The Creation, Consumption, and Conflict of Pleasureable Blacknesses...405


Playing In the Past: The Promise and Peril of "Fun" History...366


Pleasure and Pain of Latina/o Media-tions, The: 
Representational Practice in Comparative Genres...347


Pleasures and Perils of Home, The: Queering Domesticity, Rethinking Privacy...034


Pleasures of Watching Slavery, The...286


Popular Posthumanism and the Youthful Undead...003


Primetime Rurality and the National Imaginary...245


Racial Optics...108


Racist Memorabilia and Classist Collectibles...274


Sheer Romance, A: Cultural Representations of 
Black Women's Sexuality, Pleasure, Power, and Rebellion...020


Sites, Sights, and Design of Tourism, The...416


Speculative Archives: Imagining the Unthinkable in Tension with Neoliberalism in the Post-American Century...284


Speculative Fiction and Non-Fiction...297


Staging Environmental Apocalypses: Past, Present, and Future...307


Stoners, Cowboys, Buddies: The Neoliberal Regulation of Cinematic Asians...017


Time and Temporality in Theme Parks...345


Transnational Movements of Hip-Hop, The...055


Twelve Years a Slave: Sounds and Spectacles of Slavery...187


UnMaking of Latina/o Citizenship, The: Culture, Politics, Aesthetics...425


We're Listening: Surveillance Technologies and Non-Private Publics...217


Where There is Surveillance There is . . . Pleasure?: Resistance, Play, and Entertainment in Cultures of Surveillance...367


Postcolonial Studies


ASA International Committee Talkshop II: Promoting New Dialectics of Pleasure and Pain in the Americas...198


ASA Program Committee: Black Radicalism, Insurgency in 
Israel/Palestine and the Idea of Solidarity...133


Challenging the Archive: Epistemologies of Islandness and Indigeneity in the Pacific...321


Print Culture


Dangerous Pastimes: Print-Cultural Networks and Patterns of 
Self-Making on the Canada-U.S. Border...156


Invention of Authenticity, The: Troubling Narratives of 
the "Real" Southern Foodways...236


Making Archives, Making Blackness: African American 
Collecting Acts and the Politics of Assembly...387


Pleasures and Pains of the Book, The...273


Racial Optics...108


Speculative Fiction and Non-Fiction...297


Who Gives a Sh*t If It Counts?: Designing Counter-Disciplinary Digital Publication...121


Prison Studies


America's Brown Sites: Connecting the Domestic War on 
Terror and Immigration Detention...294


ASA Students' Committee: New Directions in American Studies...080


Carceral Bodies...068


Caucus: Academic and Community Activism: Incarceration and Resistance: Pleasure and Pain in the Global Prison Complex...182


Caucus: Childhood and Youth Studies: "He'd better play, or I'll work him": Race, Class and the Pathologizing of Childhood Fun...010


Caucus: Critical Prison Studies: Fury of The Oppressed: 
Fifty Years of California Anti-Prison Organizing...399


Caucus: Critical Prison Studies: Keywords in 
Critical Prison Studies I...306


Caucus: Critical Prison Studies: Keywords in 
Critical Prison Studies II...330


Criminal Pleasures, Legitimate Fun, and 
the Racialization of Enjoyment...120


Ferocity and Fun of Fighting the PIC, The: 
Community Organizing from L.A. to NY...168


Freedom's Movements, or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Rock the Prison Empire...426


Global Lockdown: Policing and Protest from 
the Americas to the Middle East...033


Guilty Pleasures: Enjoyment, Innocence, and 
the Affective Dimensions of Mass Imprisonment...368


Mass Media's Carceral Imaginary, The...261


Perils of Pity and Punishment, The: Race, Regulation, and 
the Rise of the Carceral State...382


Pleasures of Teaching in a World of Pain, The...388


Politics of Feeling, The: Social and Affective Dimensions of Education, Political Movements, and State Violence...209


Profit and Pleasure in Prison Expansion...390


Serious Children, Serious Childhood...163


Teaching Against the Prison Industrial Complex Through (Ambivalent) Spaces of Possibility...065


Public Humanities


American Empire and Its Objects of Desire: 
Mutilated Bodies as Art and Artifact...267


ASA Committee on American Studies Departments, Programs, and Centers: Is There Room for Fun After the Fury?: The State of American Studies Programs, Centers and Departments in 2014...150


ASA Graduate Education Committee: An Introduction to Publishing...298


ASA Regional Chapters Committee: 
Making Your Work Fun and Productive: 
A Discussion with ASA Regional Student Award Winners...229


Caucus: Environment and Culture: Keywords for 
Environmental Studies: From Ecotourism to Ecoterrorism...199


Playing In the Past: The Promise and Peril of "Fun" History...366


Pleasures and Politics of Practice, The: 
American Studies Outside of the Academy...291


Teaching About Palestine: Changing the Pain and Fury of 
Ignorance to the Pleasures of Knowing...396


Who Gives a Sh*t If It Counts?: Designing Counter-Disciplinary Digital Publication...121


Puerto Rican Studies


Being and Blackness...029


Life-Writing, Musical Lives...111


Writing Black-Latino Histories: Marking Racial Boundaries and Overlaps, A Roundtable Discussion...186


Queer Studies


#FTW, #WTF, #Fail, and #OMG: Queering New Media Sociality...171


Arab Worlds: Then and Now...349


Archival Time Machine: Queer Cultural Production and 
Ephemeral Worlding...201


ASA Program Committee: Reading Blackness, Queerness, and Social Media: A Roundtable...282


ASA Program Committee: Sex is . . . Sex Ain't: Working at the Critical Edge of Sex, Politics, Art, and Industry...350


ASA Program Committee: Wildness: 
The Fun and the Fury of Anarchy...086


ASA Site Resources Committee: 
A Staged Reading of Ricardo Bracho's Puto...353


Asian/Americanist Work and Play: Enacting Queer Sites of 
Pleasure Within Racialized Labor...030


At the Intersection of Ethnography and Hip-Hop: 
Multiracial Queer Voices Redefining Family...172


Bad Habits, Everyday Life...421


Becoming-Minor in American Studies: Solidarities in 
Precarious Times...167


Black Feminist Pleasure Show, The: Perverse Bliss and 
Public Sex in Post-American Black Feminism...310


Bodies in the Streets: Collective Memory and the Art of Protest...210


Carceral Bodies...068


Caucus: Visual Culture: Step into the Arena: 
Visualizing Boxing and Wrestling in American Culture...323


Children, Youth, and the Pleasures of Gender and 
Sexual Transgression...237


Clenched Fists Limp Wrists: Performing Camaraderie and Endurance in Visual Art and Radical Politics...374


Commerce of Pleasure...263


Digital Deaths and Disenfranchisements: 
Reading Pleasure, Pain, and Politics in Video Games...197


Digital Queer Utopias: Gaming, Performance, Pleasure...247


Disastrous Affects: Hopelessness Against Fun in 
the University of Disaster...427


Doing Feminism: Event, Archive, Techne...116


Eat Me! Consuming Urban Cultures...296


Embodied and Emotional Life of Migrant Organizing, The...203


Enduring Vulnerabilities: Performance, Pain, and Publics...032


Ethnography is No Fun: or, the Dark, 
Queer Pleasure of Ethnography...332


Feeling in the Dark: Activating Forgotten Places in Los Angeles...292


Feeling Queer...110


Feminist, Queer and Jewish Responses to Zionism...238


Fun and the Furry, The: Bestial Pleasures in 
Heterosexuality's Empire...159


Funny Feelings: A Roundtable Discussion with 
Queer Xicana-Indígena Artist Adelina Anthony...208


Honey, That's SHADE! The Politics of Appropriation Between Black Gay Men and Straight Women...315


Hurts So Good: Desiring Bad Objects...265


Indigeneity and Difference...244


Is Porn Still Fun?...219


James Baldwin and the Question of Privacy...283


Livable Spaces: Producing Knowledge, Producing Justice...262


Lo Siento: Queer Latina/o Embodied Consciousness 
(Without Apology)...112


Melancholic Masculinities: The Erotics of James Baldwin...272


Memory and Disruption: Sites for Seductive Possibilities...052


More Than a Feeling: Race, Queerness, and 
the Political Potential of Affect...369


Music, Fashion and the Power of (Queer) Nightlife...155


My Body, All Over Your Body: Desire, Collaboration, and 
the Doing of Pleasure...326


Pleasure and Pain of Queer Generations, The...428


Pleasures and Frictions from the Queer Middles...214


Pleasures and Perils of Home, The: Queering Domesticity, Rethinking Privacy...034


Pleasures and Politics of Practice, The: 
American Studies Outside of the Academy...291


Political Imaginings of Palestine Beyond the Here and Now...189


Queer Filipino Cultures of U.S. Imperialism, Canadian Multiculturalism, and Globalization...240


Queer Inhumanisms...401


Queer OS: Queerness as Operating System...146


Queer Passions and Pieties: Perspectives on Religion and 
the Politics of Sexuality...370


Queer Performances After Gay Rights: 
The Pleasures of Invisibility, Illegibility, and the Undetectable...404


Queer Play in the Archive: Chicano East L.A. and 
the Precarious Avant-Garde...413


Queer Studies and Class: A Roundtable...410


Queering Migration: DREAMers, Protest Revelers, and 
Lesbian Renegades...074


Racial Melancholia and the Pleasures of Obstinate Attachments...395


Racial Optics...108


Sex Panics, Dangerous Pairings, and Moral Rhetorics of 
Pleasure and Pain...389


Speculative Archives: Imagining the Unthinkable in Tension with Neoliberalism in the Post-American Century...284


Speculative Fiction and Non-Fiction...297


Stoners, Cowboys, Buddies: The Neoliberal Regulation of Cinematic Asians...017


Theory Beyond the Regime of the Theoretical: 
Fun With Race, Sex, Dis/ability, and Performance...423


Turn to Flesh, A: Decolonial Pleasure as a Politics of Possibility...205


UnMaking of Latina/o Citizenship, The: Culture, Politics, Aesthetics...425


"What's Love Got To Do With It?": Settler Colonialism and Heteropatriarchy as Second-Hand Emotions in Expressions of Settler Sovereignty...322


Wild and Not Free: The State, Capital and Nature...014


Race and Ethnicity


Accessing Material Bodies...012


Aesthetics of Nostalgia, The: Race, Cultural Production and Conceptions of Home in Post-America...299


Afro-German Parallax, The: The Pleasure and Pain of 
African American and German Relations...407


Ambivalent Activisms: Pleasure and the Politics of 
Racial Representation...011


America's Brown Sites: Connecting the Domestic War on 
Terror and Immigration Detention...294


Arab Worlds: Then and Now...349


ASA Ethnic Studies Committee: Critical Labor: 
Women of Color Feminists Rethink the Reproductive...314


ASA Ethnic Studies Committee: Watching in Pain and Pleasure: Representing Women of Color on Screens...365


ASA Minority Scholars Committee Session I: Race, Indigeneity, and Structures of Work: Issues of Joint and Contingent Appointments...127


ASA Minority Scholars Committee Session II: Race, Indigeneity, and Structures of Work: Teaching Indigenous Studies and Working in Settler Colonial Contexts...280


ASA Program Committee: Black Radicalism, Insurgency in 
Israel/Palestine and the Idea of Solidarity...133


ASA Program Committee: Food and the Politics of 
Necessary Pleasure...179


ASA Program Committee: Reading Blackness, Queerness, and Social Media: A Roundtable...282


ASA Program Committee: Roundtable: SCOTUS v. 
University of Michigan...287


ASA Program Committee: Sex is . . . Sex Ain't: 
Working at the Critical Edge of Sex, Politics, Art, and Industry...350


At the Intersection of Ethnography and Hip-Hop: 
Multiracial Queer Voices Redefining Family...172


Bad Habits, Everyday Life...421


Bazinga! Ethnic Humor, Stereotypes, and Science in 
The Big Bang Theory...235


Becoming-Minor in American Studies: Solidarities in 
Precarious Times...167


Being and Blackness...029


Black in the Archives: Technologies of Capture...067


Caucus: Childhood and Youth Studies: "He'd better play, or I'll work him": Race, Class and the Pathologizing of Childhood Fun...010


Caucus: Critical Prison Studies: Fury of The Oppressed: 
Fifty Years of California Anti-Prison Organizing...399


Caucus: Critical Prison Studies: Keywords in 
Critical Prison Studies I...306


Caucus: Critical Prison Studies: Keywords in 
Critical Prison Studies II...330


Caucus: Food Studies: Desire and Disgust, Pleasure and Pain: 
The Sensory Dialectics of Eating...157


Caucus: Sports Studies: To Protest or Not to Protest 
Athletic Resistance and/or the Pleasure of Fans...048


Caucus: Visual Culture: Step into the Arena: 
Visualizing Boxing and Wrestling in American Culture...323


Central Avenue Breakdown: Gender, Race, and 
Coming of Age in a Los Angeles Jazz Community...419


Charting Central American (In)Visibility in Los Angeles...183


Chicanas/os and Latinas/os Read James Baldwin...049


Choreography of Protest, The...069


Confronting Racism: The Fun and the Fury...408


Counting on Social Justice: Social Science Methods and 
American Studies...141


Criminal Pleasures, Legitimate Fun, and 
the Racialization of Enjoyment...120


Cultural Identity Along Landscapes of Mobility...269


Dangerous Pastimes: Print-Cultural Networks and Patterns of 
Self-Making on the Canada-U.S. Border...156


Digital Deaths and Disenfranchisements: Reading Pleasure, 
Pain, and Politics in Video Games...197


Disastrous Aesthetics/The Aesthetics of Disaster...254


Does the Fun Stop Here? Marxist Encounters with 
American Studies...164


Eat Me! Consuming Urban Cultures...296


Enduring Vulnerabilities: Performance, Pain, and Publics...032


Ethnography is No Fun: or, the Dark, Queer Pleasure 
of Ethnography...332


Evangelical Activism: Piety and Pleasure...340


Exploitation, Ecstasy, and Freedom: Movies and 
the Struggle for Civil Rights in the 1960s...285


Fashioning Fury: Math, Computing and the Politics of Things...144


Feeling Queer...110


Ferocity and Fun of Fighting the PIC, The: 
Community Organizing from L.A. to NY...168


Freedom's Movements, or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Rock the Prison Empire...426


From East London to East L.A.: Excavating Urban Identity and Culture in the West Coast Jungle Scene...434


Global Lockdown: Policing and Protest from 
the Americas to the Middle East...033


Going to the Movies: Situating Early Film Audiences...335


Graphic Art, Slavery, and the Minstrel Show: 
Staging Race in the Americas, 1828–1920...364


Hurts So Good: Desiring Bad Objects...265


Imagined Pasts, Happier Presents: The Functions of 
Nostalgia in American Culture...385


Indigeneity and Difference...244


Intimate Ways of Seeing: Queer Diasporas and 
Interracial Friendships in the U.S. and Global South...060


Investigating Pain and Patients: Medical Experimentation and 
the Development of Medical Specialization in 
Nineteenth-Century Americas...279


Is Porn Still Fun?...219


It's the End of the Neocolonial World Order as We Know It: Apocalyptic Visions of Redistribution...376


Life-Writing, Musical Lives...111


Machine, Sex, and Other Intimate Acts...433


Melancholic Masculinities: The Erotics of James Baldwin...272


More Than a Feeling: Race, Queerness, and 
the Political Potential of Affect...369


Mothers of Color in Academia: 
A Performative Panel and Workshop...429


Muslim Left and U.S.-Based Social Movements, The...239


Our City, Our Stadium: The Cultural Politics of 
Sports Landscapes in Los Angeles...258


Performative Pleasures of Blackness: The Creation, Consumption, and Conflict of Pleasureable Blacknesses...405


Perils of Pity and Punishment, The: Race, Regulation, and 
the Rise of the Carceral State...382


Playing the Field: Sports, Culture and Racially Gendered Bodies...018


Playing with the Imperial Imaginary: Race, Irony, Desire, and 
the Afterlives of Empire...411


Pleasures and Pains of Hip Hop Listening, The: 
New Aesthetic Approaches...384


Pleasures and Pitfalls of Comparative Racialization, The...072


Primetime Rurality and the National Imaginary...245


Punch the Clock: Time, Asian American Art and Aesthetics...092


Queer Filipino Cultures of U.S. Imperialism, Canadian Multiculturalism, and Globalization...240


Queer Studies and Class: A Roundtable...410


Race, Space, and Politics in Los Angeles's Postwar Suburbs...293


Racial Meanings and Musical Performance in Film: 
Uses of Folk, Calypso, and Jazz in Films, 1944–1965...331


Racial Melancholia and the Pleasures of Obstinate Attachments...395


Racial Optics...108


Racial Vernaculars on the Border...094


Reel Fun: Community Filmmaking in the 1960s and 1970s...083


Rise and Fall of Urban Movements, The...119


Serious Children, Serious Childhood...163


Settler Colonialism and Anti-Black Racism...270


Sonics of Black Excess, 1940s to 1980s...361


Speculative Fiction and Non-Fiction...297


Speculative Peripheries: Materialisms, Affect, and 
Objects in the Transnational...191


Staging Racial Humor: The Politics of Comedy...243


Stoners, Cowboys, Buddies: The Neoliberal Regulation of Cinematic Asians...017


Techno-objects and the Racial: A Roundtable on 
Material Pleasures and Violence of the Post-American Century...371


Theory Beyond the Regime of the Theoretical: 
Fun With Race, Sex, Dis/ability, and Performance...423


There Is Here: Transnational Archives, Comparative Furies...398


This Bridge We Call Cyberspace: 
The Radical Potential of Digital Scholarship...195


To Be Young, Global, and Black: 
The Global Circulations of Blackness and Americanness...317


Transnational Movements of Hip-Hop, The...055


Tutus, Vagabonds, Comics, and Toxic Drag Queens: 
Tactical Deployments of Humor in the Critique of Sovereignty...232


Urban Fury and Smoldering Heat: 
Black Radical Traditions in Urban Space...169


Violent Reckonings with National Pasts...062


Western Radicals and Innovators: Sanora Babb, Willa Cather, Carlos Bulosan, and James Wong Howe...391


What Words Can't Do: Instrumentals, Identity, and Interpretation...381


Working Identities and the Double Bind of Racial Performance...253


Working in the Empire: Pain and Pleasure in U.S. Circuits of Labor...420


World of Drugs, The: Geographies of Pharmaceutical 
Access and Excess...266


Radio and Television


All in Good Fun: Race, Gender, and the Politics of 
Fun in Early Television Comedy...424


Bazinga! Ethnic Humor, Stereotypes, and Science in 
The Big Bang Theory...235


Racial Optics...108


Shamefully Delicious: The (Critical) Pleasures of ABC's Scandal...430


We're Listening: Surveillance Technologies and Non-Private Publics...217


Regionalism


Alternative Economies of Pleasure in Contemporary Southern Working-Class Cultures...087


Black in the Archives: Technologies of Capture...067


Feeling Queer...110


Invention of Authenticity, The: Troubling Narratives of 
the "Real" Southern Foodways...236


Religiosity and Altered States...005


Rise and Fall of Urban Movements, The...119


Sites, Sights, and Design of Tourism, The...416


Religion


Coloring Faith: Black and Latina/o Religion, Politics, 
and Leadership...379


Evangelical Activism: Piety and Pleasure...340


Gods Just Want to Have Fun: Ecstasy, Celebration and 
Community in Los Angeles Religions...383


Queer Passions and Pieties: Perspectives on Religion 
and the Politics of Sexuality...370


Religiosity and Altered States...005


Sites, Sights, and Design of Tourism, The...416


Totalities of Outsider Art...414


Transnational Movements of Hip-Hop, The...055


Science and Technology


Accessing Material Bodies...012


ASA Women's Committee and Digital Humanities Caucus: 
Feminist Making I: Building Critical Contexts...002


ASA Women's Committee and Digital Humanities Caucus: 
Feminist Making II: Producing Cultural Critique...039


Caucus: Science and Technology: Ethics and Affects of 
Online Playbor...063


Hallucinogenic Turn, The...248


Machine in the Garden Fifty Years Later, The: A Roundtable...435


Pleasure and Pain of Queer Generations, The...428


Queer Inhumanisms...401


Techno-objects and the Racial: A Roundtable on 
Material Pleasures and Violence of the Post-American Century...371


Variation, the Microbiome, Hox Genes: 
How are these Tools for American Studies Today?...372


We're Listening: Surveillance Technologies and Non-Private Publics...217


Where There is Surveillance There is . . . Pleasure?: 
Resistance, Play, and Entertainment in Cultures of Surveillance...367


World of Drugs, The: Geographies of Pharmaceutical 
Access and Excess...266


Seventeenth Century 


Religiosity and Altered States...005


Slavery


ASA Program Committee: New Work on Slavery and Empire...044


Black in the Archives: Technologies of Capture...067


Commerce of Pleasure...263


Convivial ReVisions: Contemporary Black Performance, 
Visual Culture and the Archive of Slavery...392


Memory and Disruption: Sites for Seductive Possibilities...052


Origins of Biopolitics in the Americas, The...378


Pain and the Pleasure of Viewing 12 Years a Slave, The...431


Pleasures of Watching Slavery, The...286


Staging Racial Humor: The Politics of Comedy...243


Twelve Years a Slave: Sounds and Spectacles of Slavery...187


Social Media


ASA Program Committee: Reading Blackness, Queerness, and Social Media: A Roundtable...282


ASA Program Committee: Soapbox Manifestos...417


Girls, Girls, Girls: Gender and Popular Culture...138


Machine, Sex, and Other Intimate Acts...433


Sites, Sights, and Design of Tourism, The...416


Strip Cultures: Learning From Las Vegas...230


Sociology


Caucus: Environment and Culture: Keywords for 
Environmental Studies: From Ecotourism to Ecoterrorism...199


Counting on Social Justice: Social Science Methods and 
American Studies...141


Fun Was Not Had By All: The Still Hidden Injuries of Class...188


Staging Racial Humor: The Politics of Comedy...243


Sound/Sonic Studies


alt. Black Musical History...066


Arab Worlds: Then and Now...349


ASA Site Resources Committee: Fun and Fury with 
the Empty Orchestra: Karaoke, Protest, and Pleasure (Off-site)...227


Before the Dawn: Pleasure, Cultural Memory, and Rebellion...211


Caucus: Sound Studies: Power Ballads and Blurred Lines: 
Songs from the Boundaries of Fun...271


Caucus: Sound Studies: The Racial Politics of Listening: 
"Accents," Hate Speech, and Language in the U.S. Media...313


Life-Writing, Musical Lives...111


Religiosity and Altered States...005


Sonics of Black Excess, 1940s to 1980s...361


Twelve Years a Slave: Sounds and Spectacles of Slavery...187


We're Listening: Surveillance Technologies and Non-Private Publics...217


Space and Geography


Feeling in the Dark: Activating Forgotten Places in Los Angeles...292


Feeling Queer...110


Our City, Our Stadium: The Cultural Politics of Sports 
Landscapes in Los Angeles...258


Pleasures and Pains of the Book, The...273


Political Imaginings of Palestine Beyond the Here and Now...189


Profit and Pleasure in Prison Expansion...390


Racial Vernaculars on the Border...094


Sites, Sights, and Design of Tourism, The...416


Strip Cultures: Learning From Las Vegas...230


Urban Fury and Smoldering Heat: Black Radical Traditions in Urban Space...169


Sports Studies


Caucus: Sports Studies: To Protest or Not to Protest Athletic Resistance and/or the Pleasure of Fans...048


Caucus: Sports Studies: Viewing the Peanut Gallery: 
An Open Forum on Studying Sports Fans...418


Examining the Somatic Pleasure and Pain of 
Mixed Martial Arts Fighting...412


Playing the Field: Sports, Culture and Racially Gendered Bodies...018


State


Carceral Bodies...068


Caucus: Academic and Community Activism: Incarceration and Resistance: Pleasure and Pain in the Global Prison Complex...182


Evangelical Activism: Piety and Pleasure...340


Reconsidering the 1960s...047


What Comes of Fury? Responses to California's 
1960s and 1970s Urban Crisis...064


Teaching and K16 Collaboration


ASA International Committee and ASA Women's Committee Talkshop I: Teaching American Studies Transnationally...181


Fun and the Fury . . . of Teaching the Introduction to 
American Studies Class, The...202


Pleasures of Teaching in a World of Pain, The...388


Thinking Through Hemispheric Indigenous Studies...341


Transgender Studies


Feeling Queer...110


Lo Siento: Queer Latina/o Embodied Consciousness 
(Without Apology)...112


Queer Inhumanisms...401


Trauma Studies


Carceral Bodies...068


Memory and Disruption: Sites for Seductive Possibilities...052


Staged Reading of Lisa B. Thompson's Underground, A: 
Trauma, History and the Pursuit of Pleasure...059


Twentieth Century


Accessing Material Bodies...012


alt. Black Musical History...066


Ambivalent Activisms: Pleasure and the Politics of 
Racial Representation...011


Bridges and Divides: Navigating Japanese America and 
Interethnic Relations in Los Angeles During World War II...053


Choreography of Protest, The...069


Confronting Racism: The Fun and the Fury...408


Contesting Gender and Sexuality Through Performance and Play...386


Cultural Front in the Twenty-first Century, The: 
Paradigms for a New Millennium...045


Dangers in Delight, The: The Creative Context of 
El Partido Liberal Mexicano...008


Disastrous Aesthetics/The Aesthetics of Disaster...254


Evangelical Activism: Piety and Pleasure...340


Fun in Public: The Cultures of Amateur Labor...042


Girls, Girls, Girls: Gender and Popular Culture...138


Going to the Movies: Situating Early Film Audiences...335


Hallucinogenic Turn, The...248


I Need A Hero: Latina/o Biography for a 
Twenty-first-Century Audience...185


James Baldwin and the Question of Privacy...283


Life-Writing, Musical Lives...111


Love and Rage: Cultural Strategies in Postwar U.S. Anarchism...082


Making Archives, Making Blackness: African American 
Collecting Acts and the Politics of Assembly...387


Melancholic Masculinities: The Erotics of James Baldwin...272


Performing Radical Politics in the Postwar United States...007


Playing In the Past: The Promise and Peril of "Fun" History...366


Playing the System: Hollywood, Los Angeles, Genre...143


Playing with Rules: Having Fun and Keeping Order in 
Mid-Century Racial Liberalism...025


Pleasure in the Land: Marking the Spatial Boundaries of the 
"good life" in Twentieth-Century America...311


Pleasures and Pitfalls of Comparative Racialization, The...072


Pleasures of the Harlem Renaissance, The: 
The Making of a "Salon" Anthology...180


"Pre-Occupation" of the American West, The: 
Imagining a Native Past...043


Promoting Paradise Amidst the Cityscape: 
Environmental and Ecological Visions of Interwar Los Angeles...342


Protest and Poverty...137


Racist Memorabilia and Classist Collectibles...274


Reconsidering the 1960s...047


Reel Fun: Community Filmmaking in the 1960s and 1970s...083


Rise and Fall of Urban Movements, The...119


Sensing Cuba...109


Serious Children, Serious Childhood...163


Settler Colonialism and Postmodern Play in the U.S. West...409


Sports, Sex, and Music across the Pacific during the Cold War...359


Time and Temporality in Theme Parks...345


Totalities of Outsider Art...414


Unsettling Pleasures and Pains: Conservatism, Neoliberalism, and Intimate Labors...084


Vietnam Re-Viewed: The Visual Culture of the American War...026


What Comes of Fury? Responses to California's 1960s and 1970s Urban Crisis...064


Wild and Not Free: The State, Capital and Nature...014


Twenty-first Century


alt. Black Musical History...066


ASA Program Committee: Film Screening and Discussion: 
Passing Through (Off-site)...302


ASA Program Committee: Film Screening and Discussion: 
Wildness (Off-site)...328


ASA Program Committee: Film Screening and Discussion: Without Guarantees: Remembering Stuart Hall: The Stuart Hall Project...193


ASA Program Committee: I Want My ASA, or, 
W(h)ither American Studies?...096


ASA Program Committee: Roundtable: 
SCOTUS v. University of Michigan...287


ASA Program Committee: Scholars Under Attack...184


ASA Program Committee: Students Under Attack...160


ASA Program Committee: The Fun and the Fury of 
José Esteban Muñoz...324


Caucus: Digital Humanities: Scripting the Reader in 
Electronic Literature...130


Critical Play, Digital Games...218


Disastrous Aesthetics/The Aesthetics of Disaster...254


Doing It Themselves: The Discourses of Radical Homemaking in the Twenty-first-Century...040


Fandom and the Public Sphere: Textuality, Affect, and 
Social Relevance...046


Hallucinogenic Turn, The...248


K–16 Collaboration Committee: Building Power, Making Change: Tools for Educational/Justice Mobilizations...400


K–16 Collaboration Committee: Discourses and Acts of "Violence" in the United States Education System...380


K–16 Collaboration Committee: 
Radical Learning in the City of Dreams and Nightmares Autonomous Education in Los Angeles (Off-site)...356


Life-Writing, Musical Lives...111


Luncheon: International Partnership...056


Popular Posthumanism and the Youthful Undead...003


Protest and Poverty...137


Queer Performances After Gay Rights: The Pleasures of Invisibility, Illegibility, and the Undetectable...404


Rise and Fall of Urban Movements, The...119


Selfie Nation...009


Sites, Sights, and Design of Tourism, The...416


Strip Cultures: Learning From Las Vegas...230


Transnational Movements of Hip-Hop, The...055


Troubling Terms from the War on Terror...363


Twelve Years a Slave: Sounds and Spectacles of Slavery...187


Violent Reckonings with National Pasts...062


Wild and Not Free: The State, Capital and Nature...014


Willful Subjects: Action, Agency, and Politics...139


Women's Brunch...278


University Studies


ASA Committee on American Studies Departments, 
Programs, and Centers: The Fun, Fury, Pleasure, Pain, and 
Process of Program Review I...123


ASA Minority Scholars Committee Session II: Race, Indigeneity, and Structures of Work: Teaching Indigenous Studies and Working in Settler Colonial Contexts...280


Asian/Americanist Work and Play: Enacting Queer Sites of 
Pleasure Within Racialized Labor...030


Disastrous Affects: Hopelessness Against Fun in 
the University of Disaster...427


Humanities Labor in the Neoliberal University: 
Luxury, Crisis, and Changing Conceptions of Work...213


Minority Scholars Committee Mentoring Breakfast...246


Mothers of Color in Academia: A Performative Panel and Workshop...429


Urban Studies


Carceral Bodies...068


Caucus: Critical Prison Studies: Keywords in 
Critical Prison Studies I...306


Caucus: Critical Prison Studies: Keywords in 
Critical Prison Studies II...330


Caucus: Food Culture Studies: Part I: Reimagining Agriculture and Accessibility Within and Against L.A.'s Cityscape...022


Caucus: Food Culture Studies: Part II: Urban Gardeners and Culinary Gurus: Creating Alternative Maps of Los Angeles...041


Circuits of Pleasure: New Visions of Black Cinema...260


Commerce of Pleasure...263


Eat Me! Consuming Urban Cultures...296


Excesses of Ethnography, The: Aesthetics, Affect, and 
Fun in Urban Research...334


From East London to East L.A.: Excavating Urban Identity and Culture in the West Coast Jungle Scene...434


Fugitive Preludes: Chicana/o Popular Music and the Neoliberal City...136


Gaming the Bonaventure...118


It's the End of the Neocolonial World Order as We Know It: Apocalyptic Visions of Redistribution...376


Livable Spaces: Producing Knowledge, Producing Justice...262


Playing the Field: Sports, Culture and Racially Gendered Bodies...018


Race, Space, and Politics in Los Angeles's Postwar Suburbs...293


Racial and National Commodification in the Global City...054


Rise and Fall of Urban Movements, The...119


Teaching Los Angeles: Innovative Strategies, Possible Pitfalls...192


What Comes of Fury? Responses to California's 
1960s and 1970s Urban Crisis...064


Visual Culture Studies


#FTW, #WTF, #Fail, and #OMG: Queering New Media Sociality...171


Aesthetics of Nostalgia, The: Race, Cultural Production and Conceptions of Home in Post-America...299


Aesthetics, Activism, and the Practice of Everyday Life...325


alt. Black Musical History...066


Arab Worlds: Then and Now...349


Black in the Archives: Technologies of Capture...067


Carceral Bodies...068


Caucus: Visual Culture: Step into the Arena: 
Visualizing Boxing and Wrestling in American Culture...323


Caucus: Visual Culture: Without Photography: 
Visualizing Violence in Non-Photographic-Documentary Media...051


Clenched Fists Limp Wrists: Performing Camaraderie and Endurance in Visual Art and Radical Politics...374


Collaboration, Community, and Crisis: A Roundtable on 
Filipino/American Art Now...333


Convivial ReVisions: Contemporary Black Performance, 
Visual Culture and the Archive of Slavery...392


Critical Play, Digital Games...218


Disastrous Aesthetics/The Aesthetics of Disaster...254


Enduring Vulnerabilities: Performance, Pain, and Publics...032


Feeling Hands: Pleasures and Perils of Haptic and Visual Encounters in Transnational U.S. Culture...375


Fun, Fury, and American Visual Culture: 
A Session in Celebration of Patricia Hills...015


Guilty Pleasures: Enjoyment, Innocence, and 
the Affective Dimensions of Mass Imprisonment...368


Indigenous Genre Films...312


Intimate Ways of Seeing: Queer Diasporas and Interracial Friendships in the U.S. and Global South...060


Memory and Disruption: Sites for Seductive Possibilities...052


Migrating the Black Body in Pleasure and Pain?: 
The African Diaspora and Visual Culture...194


Pain and the Pleasure of Viewing 12 Years a Slave, The...431


Performance, Affect and Labor in Contemporary Documentary 
in the Americas...318


Playing the Field: Sports, Culture and Racially Gendered Bodies...018


Playing with the Imperial Imaginary: Race, Irony, Desire, and 
the Afterlives of Empire...411


Protest and Poverty...137


Racial Optics...108


Reel Fun: Community Filmmaking in the 1960s and 1970s...083


Riots, Radios, and the Historical Record: Mass Media and 
Crisis in Twentieth American Literature and Art...006


Selfie Nation...009


Sites, Sights, and Design of Tourism, The...416


Vietnam Re-Viewed: The Visual Culture of the American War...026


View From Both Sides, The: Art and Transnational Latinidades...241


Where There is Surveillance There is . . . Pleasure?: 
Resistance, Play, and Entertainment in Cultures of Surveillance...367


Wild and Not Free: The State, Capital and Nature...014


Writing Loss: Pleasure and Interdisciplinary Possibilities...422


Women's Studies


ASA Ethnic Studies Committee: Critical Labor: 
Women of Color Feminists Rethink the Reproductive...314


Black Feminist Pleasure Show, The: Perverse Bliss and 
Public Sex in Post-American Black Feminism...310


Can Black Women Have Fun?: Beyond Mammies and Martyrs...406


Counting on Social Justice: Social Science Methods and 
American Studies...141


Feminist Pedagogy: Reconstituting a Pleasure Principle...338


Girls, Girls, Girls: Gender and Popular Culture...138


Mothers of Color in Academia: A Performative Panel and Workshop...429


Playing the Field: Sports, Culture and Racially Gendered Bodies...018


Politics of the "Pleasures" of Humanitarianism, The...212


Sheer Romance, A: Cultural Representations of Black Women's Sexuality, Pleasure, Power, and Rebellion...020


Sonics of Black Excess, 1940s to 1980s...361


Spaces Between, The: Sustaining Collaboration...295


Sweetest Taboo, The: Theorizing Black Female Pleasure, Agency and Desire within Black Feminism...264


Unsettling Pleasures and Pains: Conservatism, Neoliberalism, and Intimate Labors...084


Working-Class Studies


Aesthetics, Activism, and the Practice of Everyday Life...325


alt. Black Musical History...066


Alternative Economies of Pleasure in Contemporary 
Southern Working-Class Cultures...087


Caucus: Science and Technology: Ethics and Affects of 
Online Playbor...063


Choreography of Protest, The...069


Indigeneity and Difference...244


Playing at Work: Food, Sex, the Home and the Labors of Leisure...373


Protest and Poverty...137


Speculative Fiction and Non-Fiction...297


Stomp, Swerve, Rattle, and Roll: Fun and Pleasure as Political Resistance in American Blues Music...091


Western Radicals and Innovators: Sanora Babb, Willa Cather, Carlos Bulosan, and James Wong Howe...391

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