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Janice Radway in “What’s in a Name?” questions the use of “American” to define an area of study, considering the merits of such alternatives as “United States Studies,” “Inter-American Studies,” and “Intercultural Studies” (American Quarterly 51.1 : 1–32)
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Donald Pease , “National Identities, Postmodern Artifacts, and Postnational Narratives.” boundary 2 19.1 (1992): 1–13
Winfried Fluck , “A New Beginning? Transnationalisms,” New Literary History 42.3 (2011): 365–84
Stephen Best and Sharon Marcus in “Surface Reading: An Introduction” (Representations 108 [Fall 2009
Matthew Frye Jacobson , “Where We Stand: US Empire at Street Level and in the Archive,” American Quarterly 65.2 (2013): 265–90
Lisa Lowe , The Intimacies of Four Continents (Durham: Duke University Press, 2015)
Shelley Fisher Fishkin , “Crossroads of Cultures: The Transnational Turn in American Studies. Presidential Address to the American Studies Association, November 12, 2004.” American Quarterly 57.1 (2005): 17–57
Vera M. Kutzinski , “Yo también soy América: Langston Hughes Translated.” American Literary History, 18.3 (Fall 2006): 551
Kutzinski , The Worlds of Langston Hughes: Modernism and Translation in the Americas (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2012)
Susan Gillman , “Otra Vez Caliban/Encore Caliban: Adaptation, Translation, American studies. American Literary History, 20.1–2 (Spring–Summer 2008): 187–209, 188
Raúl Coronado , “The Aesthetics of Our America: A Response to Susan Gillman,” American Literary History, 20.1–2 (Spring–Summer 2008): 210–16
Kun Jong Lee , “An overview of Korean/Asian American literary studies in Korea, 1964–2009,” Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, 13:2 (2012): 275–85, 276
Selina Lai-Henderson , Mark Twain in China (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2015)
Shelley Fisher Fishkin , “Reflections,” The Mark Twain Annual 8 (2010), 22–28
Shelley Fisher Fishkin , ed., The Mark Twain Anthology: Great Writers on His Life and Works, 283–88. Translated by Zhao Yuming , Sui Gand , and J.R. LeMaster . New York: Library of America, 2010
John Carlos Rowe , “Mark Twain’s Critique of Globalization (Old and New) in Following the Equator, A Journey Around the World (1897),” The Arizona Quarterly 61.1 (Spring 2005): 109–35
Selina Lai-Henderson , Mark Twain in China (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2015)
Hsuan L. Hsu , Sitting in Darkness: Mark Twain’s Asia and Comparative Racialization (New York: New York University 35Press, 2015)
Susan K. Harris , God’s Arbiters: Americans and the Philippines, 1898–1902 (New York: Oxford University Press, 2011)
Shelley Fisher Fishkin , “Mark Twain and the Jews,” Arizona Quarterly 61.1 (Spring 2005): 137–66
Steven S. Lee , The Ethnic Avant-Garde: Minority Cultures and World Revolution (New York: Columbia University Press, 2015), 1–2
Jahan Ramazani , A Transnational Poetics (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2009)
Chih-ming Wang , Transpacific Articulations: Student Migration and the Remaking of Asian America (Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, 2013), 1, 135
Min Jin Lee generously shared unpublished chapters of her forthcoming novel, Pachinko, with me, on which these comments are based. An early version of a portion of the book, the prize-winning story titled “Motherland” appeared in the Missouri Review in 2002 (Missouri Review 25.1 : 9–26
Donald Pease , “Doing Justice to C. L. R. James’s Mariners, Renegades & Castaways,” boundary 2 (2000): 1–19
Matthew Frye Jacobson , “Where We Stand: US Empire at Street Level and in the Archive,” American Quarterly 65.2 (2013): 265–90
Lawrence Buell “American Literary Emergence as a Postcolonial Phenomenon,” American Literary History 4.3 (Fall 1992): 411–42
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Ruth Frankenberg and Lata Mani , post-civil rights is the proper analog to the postcolonial (“Crosscurrents, Crosstalk: Race, ‘Postcoloniality’ and the Politics of Location,” Cultural Studies 7.2 : 292–310
Jenny Sharpe reminds us that the history of postcolonialism must be situated within the story of liberal multiculturalism (“Is the United States Postcolonial?: Transnationali- sm, Immigration, and Race,” Diaspora: A Journal of Transnational Studies 4.2 : 181–99)
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James Graham , Michael Niblett and Sharae Deckard , “Postcolonial Studies and World Literature,” Journal of Postcolonial Writing 48.5 (2012): 465–71, quotation on 465
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Jahan Ramazani , “A Transnational Poetics,” American Literary History 18.2 (Summer 2006): 355
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Shelley Fisher Fishkin ’s Presidential Address at the 2004 annual meeting of the American Studies Association (published as “Crossroads of Cultures: The Transnational Turn in American Studies – Presidential Address to the American Studies Association, November 12, 2004,” American Quarterly 57.1 [March 2005], 17–55)
Shelley Fisher Fishkin , “American Literature in Transnational Perspective: The Case of Mark Twain,” in Caroline F. Levander and Robert S. Levine , eds., A Companion to American Literary Studies (Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2011), 281–82
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