American Studies in Scandinavia

American Studies in Scandinavia, the journal of the Nordic Association for American Studies since 1968, is published twice each year, and carries scholarly articles and reviews on a wide range of American Studies topics and disciplines

Vol 47, No 1 (2015)

Table of Contents

Preamble

Editor’s Note
Ari Helo
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1-2

Articles

M. Andrew Holowchak
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3-21
Henrik Torjusen
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22-39
José Sánchez Vera
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40-60
Justyna Wlodarczyk
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61-84
Eric Bergman
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85-107

Authors in this issue

Contributors
American Studies in Scandinavia
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109-110

Book Reviews

Justine Baillie's Toni Morrison and Literary Tradition: The Invention of an Aesthetic
Jane Mattisson Ekstam
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111-112
Evangelia Kindinger's Homebound: Diaspora Spaces and Selves in Greek American Return Narratives. American Studies Monograph Series 257
Christina Doukou
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113-116
Andrew Warnes' American Tantalus. Horizons, Happiness and the Impossible Pursuit of US Literature and Culture
Jane Mattisson Ekstam
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116-118
Winfried Fluck, Erik Redling, Sabine Sielke, and Hubert Zapf's (eds.) American Studies Today: New Research Agendas
Benita Heiskanen
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118-122
Maria Holmgren Troy, Elizabeth Kella, and Helena Wahlström's Making Home: Orphanhood, Kinship, and Cultural Memory in Contemporary American Novels
Mark Shackleton
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122-124
Alfred Hornung & Zhao Baisheng's (eds.) Ecology and Life Writing. American Studies – A Monograph Series, vol. 203
Jopi Nyman
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125-127