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"Watch Me Vanish": Dramatizing Depression in Contemporary Playwriting
"We Would Sit and Build Castles in the Air," Great Plains Settlers, American Visions of Personal Redemption, and the Ascendancy of Capitalism in the West
"What is a piano that does not sound?": The Women Playwrights of Teatro Abierto
"When I was a Noun": the Modern Caribbean Epic
"Why I Can't Say 'No'": Albert Camus and Mahatma Gandhi Respond to Infinite Responsibility
"Yo Soy Negro, Pero Negro Blanco:" Hispanicity, Antihaitianismo and Genocide in the Dominican Republic
'Ahora Más Que Nunca': Memory Production Following the Peruvian Internal Conflict
'Hijacking the Movement': The Saxe-Alpert Controversy, Media Politics and the Making of Radical Feminism in the U.S., 1974-1976
'Our Women are Brave on Alcatraz': Place and Memory in Indigenous Resistance, 1969-1971
'Their Own Guardians and Protectors': African American Community in Middletown, Connecticut, 1822-1860
(At)tendance: Exploring a Practice of Presence and Duration through Urban Food Communities and Theater
(Black) Midwifery Foreclosed: The Racialization and Medicalization of Childbirth Care, 1910s-1950s
(K)not on Our Watch: The Politics of Saving Migratory Shorebirds in Delaware Bay
(Mad)Women in the West Indies: History and Identity in the Caribbean Gothic
(Re)Defining and Transgressing Norms of Black Female Sexuality
(Un)comfortable Intersections: A Postcolonial Critique Towards a Queerness from the South
01.001.001 Form letter, August 27, 1919, from Roy B. Chamberlin (World War I service records, Box 01, Folder 001)
01.001.001 List of sources of information on coeducation at Wesleyan University
01.001.002 World War I service record for Lyndon Travis Abbot

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