Table of contents for Haunted by empire : geographies of intimacy in North American history / edited by Ann Laura Stoler.

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Preface										000
Acknowledgments								000
1. Intimidations of Empire: Predicaments of the Tactile and Unseen	000
Ann Laura Stoler
2. Tense and Tender Ties: The Politics of Comparison in North 		000
American History and (Post) Colonial Studies					
	Ann Laura Stoler
Convergence and Comparison						000
3. Samoa's Half-Castes and Some Frontiers of Comparison			000
Damon Salesa
4. States of Hygiene: Race "Improvement" and Biomedical Citizenship in 	000
Australia and the Colonial Philippines	
Warwick Anderson
5. Adjudicating Intimacies on U.S. Frontiers					000
Nayan Shah
6. Proper Caresses and Prudent Distance: A How-To Manual from		000
Colonial Louisiana	
Shannon Lee Dawdy
7. "His Kingdom for a Kiss": Indians and Intimacy in the Narrative of	000
John Marrant	
Tiya Miles
Proximities of Power								000
8. The Intimacies of Four Continents						000
Lisa Lowe
9. Body Work in the Antebellum United States				000
Kathleen Brown
10. Fractions and Fictions in the United States Census of 1890		000
Martha Hodes
11. The Fair Ensemble: Kate Chopin in St. Louis in 1904			000
Laura Wexler
12. "The Perfect Mistress of Russian Economy": Sighting the Intimate on 	000
a Colonial Alaskan Terrain, 1784/1821	
Gwenn A. Miller
Circuits of Knowledge Production						000
13. An Empire of Tests: Psychometrics and the Paradoxes of Nationalism 000
in the Americas 
Alexandra Minna Stern
14. Making "American" Families: Transnational Adoption and U.S. Latin 	000
America Policy	
Laura Briggs
15. The Darkness That Enters the Home: The Gender Politics of		000
Prostitution during the Philippine-American War	
Paul A. Kramer
16. Ordering Others: U.S. Financial Advisers in the Early Twentieth	 000
Emily S. Rosenberg
Refractions									000
17. Internal Colonialism and Gender						000
Linda Gordon
18. Commentary								000
Catherine Hall
19. Afterword									000
Nancy F. Cott
Bibliography									000
Contributors									000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

United States -- Territories and possessions -- History.
Intimacy (Psychology) -- Political aspects -- United States -- History.
Intimacy (Psychology) -- Social aspects -- United States -- History.