Legacy 36:2

Legacy 36:2

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

Table Of Contents

Volume 36, Number 2 (Winter 2019) read it on Project MUSE | read it on JSTOR

Women’s Petitions and The Linwoods
Amy Dunham Strand

Tangled Threads: Zara Wright and the Uses of African American Print Culture
Jennifer Harris

Forum: Recovery and Democracy
Paul Lauter and Sandra A. Zagarell

(Some of) The Politics of Recovery
Paul Lauter

Writing, Citizenship, Alice Dunbar-Nelson
Sandra A. Zagarell

Intimate Matters in This Place: The Underground Railroad of Literature
Frances Smith Foster

Recovery: Nineteenth Century and Now
Shirley Moody-Turner

Smuggling Sui Sin Far across Borders between the Academy and the Public Sphere
Mary Chapman

Recovering Black Women in the Colored Conventions Movement
Denise Burgher

Frances E. W. Harper and the “Quest for a Usable Past”
Kate Adams

Legacy Reprint
From Moral Life to Material Being: Julia Francesca and Women’s Periodical Writing in the Early Nineteenth Century
Blevin Shelnutt
Selected Works by Julia Francesca and Other Contributors to the Lady’s Weekly Miscellany

Book Reviews
Our Beloved Kin: A New History of King Philip’s War by Lisa Brooks
Kirby Brown

Bound to the Fire: How Virginia’s Enslaved Cooks Helped Invent American Cuisine by Kelley Fanto Deetz
Ellen Weinauer

Attachment, Place, and Otherness in Nineteenth-Century American Literature: New Materialist Representations by Jillmarie Murphy
Rita Bode

Transatlantic Conversations: Nineteenth-Century American Women’s Encounters with Italy and the Atlantic World edited by Beth L. Lueck, Sirpa Salenius, and Nancy Lusignan Schultz
Amy Branam Armiento

Realist Poetics in American Culture, 1866–1900 by Elizabeth Renker
Faith Barrett

The Political Thought of America’s Founding Feminists by Lisa Pace Vetter
Todd Nathan Thompson

American Tomboys, 1850–1915 by Renée M. Sentilles
Tanfer Emin Tunc

How to Suppress Women’s Writing by Joanna Russ, with a new foreword by Jessa Crispin
Ann M. Ciasullo

Web Review
White Heat, Emily Dickinson in 1862: A Weekly Blog edited by Ivy Schweitzer
Judith Scholes