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From the Publisher"The essays are without exception lucidly written, engaging, and critical yet empathetic. . . . [An] impressive collection."
-Journal of Southern History
"Offer[s] something new, important, and exciting. Should be read cover to cover. Fascinating introduction. . . . Presents new models for collaboration and the final product is a wild and wonderful ride."
-Journal of American History
"A strong addition to the libraries of historians on race, empire, nation formation, gender, and diaspora studies."
-Journal of American Ethnic History
"[A] diverse collection of essays."
. . . [T]hese quite imaginative and diverse essays open up many new and important avenues for understanding the workings of race, the meanings of American nationalism, and the dimensions of empire.
-Thomas Bender, New York University