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Shifting Sands

Landscape, Memory, and Commodities in China's Contemporary Borderlands

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Defining Historical Eras in Ancient Roman Thought

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Super Bodies

Comic Book Illustration, Artistic Styles, and Narrative Impact

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The Thirty-first of March

An Intimate Portrait of Lyndon Johnson

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Channeling Knowledges

Water and Afro-Diasporic Spirits in Latinx and Caribbean Worlds

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The Comitán Valley

Sculpture and Identity on the Maya Frontier

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Resurrecting Tenochtitlan

Imagining the Aztec Capital in Modern Mexico City

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Labors of Fear

The Modern Horror Film Goes to Work

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Quantum Criminals

Ramblers, Wild Gamblers, and Other Sole Survivors from the Songs of Steely Dan

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