Legacy 33:2

Legacy 33:2

Edited by Jennifer S. Tuttle, Susan Tomlinson, and Jennifer Putzi

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Table Of Contents

Contents
SPECIAL ISSUE
Recovering Alice Dunbar-Nelson for the Twenty-First Century
Katherine Adams, Caroline Gebhard, and Sandra A. Zagarell, Guest Editors

Dedication

Acknowledgments

Recovering Alice Dunbar-Nelson for the Twenty-First Century: An Introduction
Katherine Adams and Sandra A. Zagarell, with Caroline Gebhard

Alice Dunbar-Nelson’s Published Works: A Bibliography in Progress
Katherine Adams and Sandra A. Zagarell, with Caroline Gebhard

Alice Dunbar-Nelson: A Gallery of Images

Essays
“Upon the Young People of Our Race, by Our Own Literature”: Alice Dunbar-Nelson’s “Negro Literature for Negro Pupils”
Shawn Anthony Christian

Writing to Belong: Alice Dunbar-Nelson’s Newspaper Columns in the African American Press
Jacqueline Emery

Alice Moore Dunbar-Nelson’s Suffrage Work: The View from Her Scrapbook
Ellen Gruber Garvey

Masculinity, Criminality, and Race: Alice Dunbar-Nelson’s Creole Boy Stories
Caroline Gebhard

Quinine Pills and Race Progress: Alice Dunbar-Nelson and the Black Women’s Literary Tradition
Anna Storm

Features
Reflections on the Archive: Alice Ruth Moore Dunbar-Nelson
Caroline Gebhard, with Katherine Adams and Sandra A. Zagarell

Writing Black Modernism: Two Poems by Alice Dunbar-Nelson
Caroline Gebhard, with Katherine Adams and Sandra A. Zagarell

I Am an American
Alice Dunbar-Nelson

Harlem John Henry Views the Airmada
Alice Dunbar-Nelson

Recovered from the Archive: Two Stories by Alice Dunbar-Nelson
Caroline Gebhard, with Katherine Adams and Sandra A. Zagarell

St. John’s Eve
Alice Dunbar-Nelson

His Heart’s Desire
Alice Dunbar-Nelson

Review Essay
Women Writers and Journalists in the Nineteenth-Century South, by Jonathan Wells; Writing Reconstruction: Race, Gender, and Citizenship in the Postwar South, by Sharon D. Kennedy-Nolle; and Love, Liberation, and Escaping Slavery: William and Ellen Craft in Cultural Memory, by Barbara McCaskill
Benjamin Fagan

Book Reviews
The Western Captive and Other Indian Stories, by Elizabeth Oakes Smith, edited by Caroline M. Woidat
Timothy H. Scherman

Married or Single? by Catharine Maria Sedgwick, edited by Deborah Gussman
Joe Shapiro

African American Travel Narratives from Abroad: Mobility and Cultural Work in the Age of Jim Crow, by Gary Totten
Kelly L. Bezio

Elder Northfield’s Home; or, Sacrificed on the Mormon Altar, by A. Jennie Bartlett, edited by Nicole Tonkovich
Kyla Schuller

Emotional Reinventions: Realist-Era Representations beyond Sympathy, by Melanie V. Dawson
Jane F. Thrailkill