This quarter’s issue says farewell to retiring managing editor Stan Schab and welcomes new managing editor Anjoli Roy.
Read the special section for free online at Project MUSE:
Editors’ Note (Free)
Tributes to Stan Schab (Free)
With words from editors and contributors Craig Howes, Cynthia G. Franklin, John David Zuern, Leigh Gilmore, Sidonie Smith, Gillian Whitlock, Aiko Yamashiro, and Anjoli Roy
Welcome to Anjoli Roy (free)
From Craig Howes, Cynthia G. Franklin, and John David Zuern
- Digression, Slavery, and Failing to Return in the Narrative of the Sufferings of Lewis Clarke
by Michael A. Chaney
- Making and Unmaking: Child-Soldier Memoirs and Human Rights Readers
by Maureen Moynagh
International year in review
…We hope that the feature debuting in this issue, the International Year in Review, will help begin a process that will lead to more books, articles, essays, and dissertations from an even wider variety of languages appearing in our critical bibliography. (From Editors’ Note)
- International Year in Review: Introduction
by John David Zuern
- Pictures at an Exhibition: The Year in Australia
by Gillian Whitlock
- Biography in Austria, a Selection: The Year in Austria
by Wilhelm Hemecker and David Osterle
- Public Lives as Personal Assets, the Trial of Biography: The Year in Brazil
by Sergio da Silva Barcellos
- Trust Reconciliation in Life Writing: The Year in Canada
by Alana Bell
- Nostalgia for Republican China: The Year in China
by Chen Shen
- Old Traditions and New Experiments: The Year in Finland
Plus more from the year in review and book reviews.
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