Table of contents for Popular eugenics : national efficiency and American mass culture in the 1930s / edited by Susan Currell and Christina Cogdell.

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Contents
List of Illustrations	000
Acknowledgments	000
Introduction
Susan Currell	001
Part One: Popular Writing and Eugenics
Chapter 1
A New Deal for the Child: Ann Cooper Hewitt and Sterilization in the 1930s
Wendy Kline	000
Chapter 2
Eugenic Decline and Recovery in Self-Improvement Literature of the Thirties
Susan Currell	000
Chapter 3
"Drilling Eugenics into People's Minds": Expertise, Public Opinion, and Biopolitics in Alexis 
Carrel's Man, the Unknown
Andrøs H. Reggiani	000
Chapter 4
"Explaining Sexual Life to Your Daughter": Gender and Eugenic Education in the United States 
during the 1930s
Michael A. Rembis	000
Chapter 5
Defending Jeeter: Conservative Arguments against Eugenics in the Depression Era South
Betsy L. Nies	000
Chapter 6
Poor Whites and the Federal Writers' Project: The Rhetoric of Eugenics in the Southern Life 
Histories
Stephen Fender	000
Chapter 7
The Descent of Yoknapatawpha: Eugenics and the Origins of Faulkner's World
Barbara E. Ladner	000
Part Two: Visual Culture and Eugenics
Chapter 8
The American Adonis: A Natural History of the "Average American" (Man), 1921/32
Mary K. Coffey	000
Chapter 9
Smooth Flow: Biological Efficiency and Streamline Design
Christina Cogdell	000
Chapter 10
Apes, Men, and Teeth: Earnest A. Hooton and Eugenic Decay
Nicole Rafter	000
Chapter 11
Classical Bodies versus the Criminal Carnival: Eugenics Ideology in 1930s Popular Art
Kerry Soper	000
Chapter 12
Scientific Selection on the Silver Screen: Madcap Eugenics in College Holiday
Karen A. Keely	000
Chapter 13
Monsters in the Bed: The Horror-Film Eugenics of Dracula and Frankenstein
Angela Marie Smith	000
Chapter 14
The Nazi Eugenics Exhibit in the United States, 1934/43
Robert Rydell, Christina Cogdell, and Mark Largent	000
About the Contributors	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Eugenics -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
Eugenics -- Social aspects -- United States.
Popular culture -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
Eugenics in literature.
Eugenics in motion pictures.
United States -- History -- 1919-1933.
United States -- History -- 1933-1945.