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0.24 Catherine Gunther Kodat, Saving Private Property: Steven Spielberg's American Dream Works, Representations, 2000.
0.11 Michael E. Staub, Black Panthers New Journalism and the Rewriting of the Sixties, Representations, 1997.
0.10 Frederic Wakeman_ Jr., Revolutionary Rites: The Remains of Chiang Kai-shek and Mao Tse-tung, Representations, 1985.
0.09 , Note, Representations, 1993.
0.09 James E. B. Breslin, The Trials of Mark Rothko, Representations, 1986.
0.08 Idith Zertal, From the People's Hall to the Wailing Wall: A Study in Memory Fear and War, Representations, 2000.
0.08 Judith R. Walkowitz, Science and the Seance: Transgressions of Gender and Genre in Late Victorian London, Representations, 1988.
0.07 Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie R. Howard Bloch, My Everydays, Representations, 1993.
0.07 Jed Rasula, Nietzsche in the Nursery: Naive Classics and Surrogate Parents in Postwar American Cultural Debates, Representations, 1990.
0.07 Elizabeth Legge, Reinventing Derivation: Roles Stereotypes and "Young British Art", Representations, 2000.
0.07 Prosser Gifford, The Libraries of Eastern Europe: Information and Democracy, Representations, 1993.
0.07 Carla Hesse, Enlightenment Epistemology and the Laws of Authorship in Revolutionary France 1777-1793. Representations, 1990,
0.07 Bill Brown, Global Bodies/Postnationalities: Charles Johnson's Consumer Culture, Representations, 1997.
0.07 Michael Mac Donald, Suicide and the Rise of the Popular Press in England, Representations, 1988.
0.06 Anne M. Wagner, Warhol Paints History or Race in America, Representations, 1996.
0.06 Melani McAlister, "The Common Heritage of Mankind": Race Nation and Masculinity in the King Tut Exhibit, Representations, 1996.
0.06 Jeffrey T. Schnapp, 18 BL: Fascist Mass Spectacle, Representations, 1993.
0.06 James E. Young, The Biography of a Memorial Icon: Nathan Rapoport's Warsaw Ghetto Monument, Representations, 1989.
0.06 Terence Whalen, The Code for Gold: Edgar Allan Poe and Cryptography, Representations, 1994.
0.06 Anne M. Wagner, Lee Krasner as LK, Representations, 1989.
0.06 Sarah Farmer, Symbols that Face Two Ways: Commemorating the Victims of Nazism and Stalinism at Buchenwald and Sachsenhausen, Representations, 1995.
0.05 Gyanendra Pandey, In Defense of the Fragment: Writing about Hindu-Muslim Riots in India Today, Representations, 1992.
0.05 Richard Walker, California's Collision of Race and Class, Representations, 1996.
0.05 Barbara T. Christian, Camouflaging Race and Gender, Representations, 1996.
0.05 Richard S. Esbenshade, Remembering to Forget: Memory History National Identity in Postwar East-Central Europe, Representations, 1995.