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IntroductionKeith Newlin Transnational Precursors of American RealismRenate von Bardeleben American Realism and GenderDonna M. Campbell The Feminine Origins of American Literary RealismSophia Forster Realism and the Uses of HumorJohn Bird Local Color, World-System; or, American Realism at the PeripheryMark Storey Aesthetic Slippage in Realism and NaturalismAnita Duneer Realism as ModernismBrad Evans Native American RealismLee Schweninger African American RealismChristine A. Wooley Ghetto Realism—and BeyondLori Harrison-Kahan Asian American RealismJulia H. Lee The Politics of US Latino Literature and American RealismRamón J. Guerra Ethnic Caricature and the Comic SensibilityJean Lee Cole Racial RealismJolie A. Sheffer The Campaign for Realism in the New York Periodical PressMark J. Noonan Realism and the Profession of AuthorshipGraham Thompson Realism’s American Readers, 1860–1914Charles Johanningsmeier The Censorship of Realist and Naturalist Novels, Then and NowCaren J. Town Science and Aesthetics in American RealismAndrew Hebard Realist Temporalities and the Distant PastMelanie Dawson Spaces of Consumption in American Literary RealismGary Totten Dwelling in American RealismElif S. Armbruster Realism and MedicinePhillip Barrish Realism and the New WomanLeslie Petty Realism and the Middle-Class Balancing ActPatrick Chura Realism and PoetryJonathan N. Barron The Evolution of American Dramatic RealismEileen J. Herrmann Visual Art, Intertextuality, and Authorship in the Golden Age of IllustrationAdam Sonstegard American Realism and PhotographyAstrid Böger Realist Literature, Painting, and ImmediacyPeter Betjemann Realism and the Cinematic GazeNicolas S. Witschi Teaching Literary Realism in Transnational AmericaNathaniel Cadle Teaching American Realism in GermanyKlaus H. Schmidt Teaching and Researching American Literature and American Realism in ChinaYuping Wang Realism 2.0Augusta Rohrbach