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Title The last Western : Deadwood and the end of American empire / edited by Paul Stasi and Jennifer Greiman.
Imprint New York : Bloomsbury, 2013.

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 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  PN1992.77.D39 L38 2013    AVAILABLE  
LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  PN1992.77.D39 L38 2013    AVAILABLE  
Subject Deadwood (Television program)
Alt Name Stasi, Paul, 1972-
Greiman, Jennifer.
Description x, 228 pages ; 23 cm
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction: Deadwood and the forms of American empire / Paul Stasi and Jennifer Greiman -- Fabulous retroactivity and invisible agency: democracy, capitalism, and the history of the present. Vile task: founding and democracy in Deadwood's imperial imagination / Ronald J. Schmidt, Jr. -- The Gothic frontier of modernity: the "invisible hand" of state-formation in Deadwood / Julia M. Wright -- "It's all f***ing amalgamation and capital, ain't it?": Deadwood, the Pinkertons, and the closing of the frontier / Jeffrey Scraba and John David Miles -- No law at all in Deadwood: race, violence, and the state in contemporary America. Securing the color: the racial economy of Deadwood / Daniel Worden -- Listening to the thunder: Deadwood and the extraordinary depiction of ordinary violence / Justin A. Joyce -- A terrible beauty: Deadwood, frontier rhetoric, and U.S. hegemony in the post-9/11 era / Erik Altenbernd and Alex Young -- "A sovereign f***ing community": gender, domesticity, and the sexual politics of Deadwood. Messages from invisible sources: surveillance and the public sphere in Deadwood / Mark L. Berrettini -- "The world is less than perfect": nontraditional family structures in Deadwood / Paul Zinder -- The return of the father: Deadwood and the contemporary gender politics of complexity / David Greven.
ISBN 9781441126306 (pbk. : alk. paper)
1441126309 (pbk. : alk. paper)
9781441164582 (hardcover : alk. paper)
1441164588 (hardcover : alk. paper)
ISBN/ISSN 40021980338
OCLC # 834955371