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 50, No 1 (2018)

Table of Contents

Preamble

Editor's Note
Janne Lahti
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1-3

Introduction

Introduction: Whose North America? Identities, Agency, and Belonging
Rani-Henrik Andersson, Saara Kekki, Juho Turpeinen, Janne Salminen
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5-8

Articles

William H. Chafe
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9-26
Anna Koivusalo
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27-49
John Allphin Moore, Jr.
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51-61
Tuula Kolehmainen
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63-82
Dominique Cadinot
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83-99
Susan E. Gray
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101-122
Tina Parke-Sutherland
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123-149
Margaret Connell-Szasz
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151-164

Authors in this issue

Contributors
American Studies in Scandinavia
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165-168

Book Reviews

Mark Luccarelli's The Eclipse of Urbanism and the Greening of Public Space: Image Making and the Search for a Commons in the United States, 1682–1885
Matti O. Hannikainen
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169-171
Nicole Hemmer's Messengers of the Right: Conservative Media and the Transformation of American Politics
Oscar Winberg
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171-174
Vincenzo Bavaro, Gianna Fusco, Serena Fusco, and Donatella Izzo's (Eds.) Harbors, Flows, and Migrations. The USA in/and the World
Jane Ekstam
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174-176
Maureen K. Lux' Separate Beds: A History of Indian Hospitals in Canada, 1920s–1980s
Samira Saramo
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176-178
Leigh Eric Schmidt's Village Atheists. How America’s Unbelievers Made Their Way in a Godly Nation
Tuija Hovi
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179-181
Mark Shackleton's (Ed.) International Adoption in North American Literature and Culture: Transnational, Transracial, and Transcultural Narratives
Liz Kella
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181-184