Legacy 32:2

Legacy 32:2

Edited by Jennifer S. Tuttle, Theresa Strouth Gaul, and Susan Tomlinson

Table Of Contents

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Editor's Note

Personal History: Martha Ballard, Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, and the Scholarly Guise in Early American Women's Studies
by Marion Rust


The Personal Is Professional: Responses to Marion Rust, "Personal History"

Marion Rust

Looking at a Candid Photograph of Myself
Laurel Thatcher Ulrich

Feminism, Theology, and the Personal in American Studies
Joanna Brooks

Negotiating the Personal and the Academic
Carolyn Eastman

Historical Scholarship and the "Personal Guise"
Robert Fanuzzi

Martha Ballard's Republic and Our Haunted Histories
Tamara Harvey

Family History as Personal Narrative: Writing Black Gotham
Carla L. Peterson

"Outré mer adventures": Caroline Kirkland's A New Home, Who'll Follow? and the Maritime World
Melissa Gniadek

Being In and Not Among: The Anti-Imperial Impulses of Helen Hunt Jackson's Bits of Travel at Home
James Weaver

Entomology, Fiction, Intoxication: Annie Trumbull Slosson's Narratives of Obsession
Logan Scherer

Jessie Fauset's Not-So-New Negro Womanhood: The Harlem Renaissance, the Long Nineteenth Century, and Legacies of Feminine Representation
Meredith Goldsmith

Legacy Profile

Barbara E. Pope (1854-1908)
Jennifer Harris

The New Woman
Barbara E. Pope

Book Reviews

One Colonial Woman's World: The Life and Writings of Mehetabel Chandler Coit, by Michelle Marchetti Coughlin
Reviewed by Karin Wulf

Cherokee Sister: The Collected Writings of Catharine Brown, 1818-1823, edited by Theresa Strouth Gaul
Reviewed by Bethany Schneider

Nineteenth-Century American Women Write Religion: Lived Theologies and Literature, edited by Mary McCartin Wearn
Reviewed by Toni Wall Jaudon

Panic Fiction: Women and Antebellum Economic Crisis, by Mary Templin
Reviewed by David Zimmerman

Elizabeth Stuart Phelps: Selected Tales, Essays, and Poems, edited by Elizabeth Duquette and Cheryl Tevlin
Reviewed by Susan S. Williams

Over the River and through the Wood: An Anthology of Nineteenth-Century American Children's Poetry, edited by Karen L. Kilcup and Angela Sorby
Reviewed by Monika Elbert

Southern Women Novelists and the Civil War: Trauma and Collective Memory in the American Literary Tradition since 1861, by Sharon Talley
Reviewed by Sarah E. Gardner

Sacramental Shopping: Louisa May Alcott, Edith Wharton, and the Spirit of Modern Consumerism, by Sarah Way Sherman
Reviewed by Gregory Eiselein

Making Noise, Making News: Suffrage Print Culture and U.S. Modernism, by Mary Chapman
Reviewed by Lisa Cochran Higgins

Writing through Jane Crow: Race and Gender Politics in African American Literature, by Ayesha K. Hardison
Reviewed by Crystal J. Lucky