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Submissions from 2017

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Corporate Public Relations Dynamics: Internal vs. External Stakeholders and the Role of the Practitioner, Lea Anna Cardwell, Sean Williams, and Andrew Pyle

Submissions from 2015

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Playing Hell in Charleston - Daniel Payne, Clementa Pinckney and the fight against White Supremacy, Susanna Ashton

Submissions from 2014

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Re-Collecting Jim: Discovering a Name and a Slave Narrative’s Continuing Truth. Or, analysis of the authorship of Recollections of Slavery by a Runaway Slave (1838), Susanna Ashton

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Slaves of Charleston, Susanna Ashton

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“The sense of that crush I feel at certain times even now.”: Jacob Stroyer and the Battle for Fort Sumter, Susanna Ashton

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Reclaiming a Fugitive Landscape, Susanna Ashton and Jonathan Hepworth

Submissions from 2012

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Slavery, Imprinted: The Life and Narrative of William Grimes, Susanna Ashton

Submissions from 2011

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Why Should a Library Invest in You? or, How to Succeed with Short-Term Library and Archival Fellowship Grants, Susanna Ashton

Submissions from 2006

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"Don't You Mean 'Slaves,' Not 'Servants'?": Literary and Institutional Texts for an Interdisciplinary Classroom, Susanna Ashton

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Making Peace With the Greeks, Susanna Ashton

Submissions from 2003

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Passing for White: Race, Religion, and the Healy Family, 1820-1920 (review), Susanna Ashton

Submissions from 2002

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John Boyle O'Reilly & Moondyne (1878), Susanna Ashton

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Process-Product Ambiguity: Theorizing a Perspective on World Wide Web Argumentation, Sean Williams

Submissions from 2001

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Review of Paul C. Gutjahr, An American Bible: A History of the Good Book in the United States, 1777-1880, Susanna Ashton

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Veribly a Purple Cow: The Whole Family and the Collaborative Search for Coherence, Susanna Ashton

Submissions from 2000

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“Tired Pens” a Review of Ronald Weber, Hired Pens - Professional Writers in America’s Golden Age of Print, Susanna Ashton