American Studies International

American Studies International is a magazine specializing in History topics.

Articles from Vol. 39, No. 3, October

Announcements
Fellowships: Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library announces its 2002-2003 Research Fellowship Competition. Approximately twenty-five residential fellowships will be awarded and a broad range of short term fellowships, at stipends from $1500 to...
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Global Media and the Ambiguities of Resonant Americanism
Time Life International was started in 1945 because the U.S. was literally the only power in the world capable of restoring some of the continuities of civilization ... It is this towering uniqueness of power and influence [of the U.S.] that is ......
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Netherlands American Studies Association Conference: June 6-8, 2001. (Conference Notes)
The twenty-fourth annual conference of the Netherlands American Studies Association (NASA) took place June 6-8, 2001, at the Roosevelt Study Center in Middelburg. Some forty participants from North America, Britain, Holland, Spain, Germany, and Austria...
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"Some Enchanted Evening"-Tuning in the Amazing Fifties, Switching off the Elusive Decade
Sandwiched between the dramatic Forties and the traumatic Sixties, the Fifties have suffered, as many things in history (and life) do, from uncomfortable neighborhood. This decade retained an aura of domesticity that poorly compared with the emotional...
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The Ills of Limitation and the Evils of Disorientation: Perceptions of Post-WWII American Literature in the USSR/Russia
The title came to me when I was preparing a presentation for the California American Studies Association (CASA) Conference in Santa Barbara. The location of the conference provided a perfect metaphor for the dramatic change in the picture of American...
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