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Battleground states; scholarship in contemporary America.


Battleground states; scholarship in contemporary America.

Ed. by Stephen Swanson et al.

Cambridge Scholars Publishing


220 pages




Scholars mostly from Bowling Green State University present the type of multi-cultural perspective on current events and conditions that make rabid right-wingers blather about communist barbarians. Among the topics are comics in response to 9/11, the local citizen in the global village, the power of the phallus in Kate Chopin's The Awakening, and remaking the Gulf Coast after Katrina.

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Date:May 1, 2008
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