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On Subjectivity and Survivance: Re-reading Trauma through The Heirs of Columbus and The Crown of Columbus Madsen, Deborah Lea 2008
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Sexing the Sojourner: Imagining Nation: Writing Women in the Global Chinese Diaspora Madsen, Deborah Lea 2008
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Bearing the Diasporic Burden: Representations of Suicide in Sky Lee’s Disappearing Moon Café, Fae Myenne Ng’s Bone, and Hsu-Ming Teo’s Love and Vertigo Madsen, Deborah Lea 2008
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Pynchon and the Tradition of American Romance Madsen, Deborah Lea 2008
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'The Exception that Proves the Rule'?: National Fear, Racial Loathing, Chinese Writing in "UnAustralia" Madsen, Deborah Lea 2009
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Travels in the Body: Technologies of Waste in the Chinese Diaspora Madsen, Deborah Lea 2009
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Discourses of Frontier Violence and the Trauma of National Emergence: Larry McMurtry’s Lonesome Dove Quartet Madsen, Deborah Lea 2009
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Trickster Narratives of the New World: Erdrich, Dorris, Columbus Madsen, Deborah Lea 2009
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Orientalism and its Stereotypes. [Review of:] Chinese in Australian Literature, 1888-1988 / by Ouyang Yu Madsen, Deborah Lea 2009
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Understanding Gerald Vizenor (Understanding Contemporary American Literature) Madsen, Deborah Lea 2009
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Diasporic Histories: Cultural Archives of Chinese Transnationalism Madsen, Deborah Lea; Riemenschnitter, Andrea 2009
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[Review of :] World Writing: Poetics, Ethics, Globalization / ed. Mary Gallagher. Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2008 Madsen, Deborah Lea 2009
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[Review of:] Autobiography and Decolonization: Modernity, Masculinity, and the Nation-State / by Philip Holden. Madison : University of Wisconsin Press, 2008 Madsen, Deborah Lea 2009
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[Review of:] Voices from Haskell: Indian Students Between Two Worlds, 1884-1928 / by Myriam Vučković. Lawrence : University Press of Kansas, 2008 Madsen, Deborah Lea 2009
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From Colony to Republic: Building the American Nation Madsen, Deborah Lea 2010
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The West and Manifest Destiny Madsen, Deborah Lea 2010
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Un-American Exceptionalism in the Disciplinary Field: from Unmeltable Ethnics to Flexible Citizens Madsen, Deborah Lea 2010
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American Allegory to 1900 Madsen, Deborah Lea 2010
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Teaching Trauma: (Neo-)Slave Narratives and Cultural (Re-)Memory Madsen, Deborah Lea 2010
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[Review of :] Law as Resistance: Modernism, Imperialism, Legalism / Peter Fitzpatrick. Burlington VT : Ashgate, 2008 Madsen, Deborah Lea 2010
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