Dartmouth College Press

Reencounters with Colonialism: New Perspectives on the Americas
Editors: Marysa Navarro, Donald E. Pease, Ivy Schweitzer, and Silvia Spitta, Dartmouth College

This series from Dartmouth College Press brings various theoretical and political perspectives to bear on issues such as transculturation, nationality, and nationalism. Rather than emphasize isolated contexts and countries, Reencounters with Colonialism goes beyond old ideological and geographic boundaries. It features theoretical debates that are currently shaping thought about Colonial and Post-colonial Studies, and fosters conversations among scholars from different perspectives on the intersections of race, state, gender, and locale. In doing so, it looks to emerging areas such as cultural studies and performance art and theory. This series seeks to configure the "Americas" as a shared intellectual space, home to Native Americans, Latinos, African-Americans, and European-Americans alike. It seeks to bring a variety of perspectives on colonialism into fruitful dialog and debate.

After King Philip’s War
Presence and Persistence in Indian New England
New perspectives on three centuries of Indian presence in New England
Calloway, Colin G., ed. and introd.

The American Chronicles of José Martí
Journalism and Modernity in Spanish America
A prize-winning study of a key Latin American writer and thinker, now available in English.
Rotker, Susana. Jennifer French and Katherine Semler, trans.

Artificial Africas
Colonial Images in the Times of Globalization
A groundbreaking investigation of Western conceptions of Africa.
Mayer, Ruth

Atlantic Poets
Fernando Pessoa’s Turn in Anglo-American Modernism
An important new reading of Portugal’s greatest poet.
Santos, Irene Ramalho.

Captivity and Sentiment
Cultural Exchange in American Literature, 1682–1861
Examines how traditional dichotomies give way to emergent cultural forms in the literature of captivity.
Burnham, Michelle

Coyote Kills John Wayne
Postmodernism and Contemporary Fictions of the Transcultural Frontier
A provocative exploration of the intersections between postmodernism, postcolonialism, and the conceptual boundary known as the western frontier.
Smith, Carlton

Errands into the Metropolis
New England Dissidents in Revolutionary London
An exploration of the transatlantic character of early-American religious dissent
Field, Jonathan Beecher

Folded Selves
Colonial New England Writing in the World System
A new evaluation of New England’s literature of dissent in works by early English settlers in America
Burnham, Michelle

Ghostly Communion
Cross-Cultural Spiritualism in Nineteenth-Century American Literature
A cross-cultural approach to spiritual currents in nineteenth-century American life, letters, and culture.
Kucich, John J.

Haunting Capital
Memory, Text and the Black Diasporic Body
An exciting combination of literary studies, diaspora studies, and trauma studies.
Young, Hershini Bhana

The Imperialist Imaginary
Visions of Asia and the Pacific in American Culture
Tracing the construction of an American Pacific.
Eperjesi, John

Inequality in Early America

An all-star roster of historians reassesses inequality in early America.
Pestana, Carla Gardina, and Sharon V. Salinger, eds.

Mariners, Renegades and Castaways
The Story of Herman Melville and the World We Live In
Available in its complete form for the first time since its original publication.
James, C. L. R. Donald E. Pease, Introd.

Migrant Sites
America, Place, and Diaspora Literatures
A unique comparative study of immigrant and diaspora literatures in America
Kandiyoti, Dalia

The National Uncanny
Indian Ghosts and American Subjects
A unique look at Native American ghosts and US literature.
Bergland, Renée L.

Nature, Neo-Colonialism and the Spanish-American Regional Writers

A searching, interdisciplinary, critical consideration of the cultural, economic, and environmental ramifications of Britain's informal imperialism in South America
French, Jennifer L.

Outside America
Race, Ethnicity, and the Role of the American West in National Belonging
A new study of those excluded from the national narrative of the West.
Moos, Dan

Transcultural Representations of Latinidad
A new conceptual lexicon challenges the colonizing discourses that traditionally represent Latinas/os.
Aparicio, Frances R., and Susana Chávez-Silverman, eds.