American Studies in Scandinavia

Papers
(The TQCC of American Studies in Scandinavia is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-12-01 to 2023-12-01.)
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Transatlantic Monuments: On Memories and Ethics of Settler Histories1
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Donald J. Trump: Jacksonian Minoritarian?0
Racial Myths and the Civil Rights-Era Ku Klux Klan0
Region and the American Presidency: Jimmy Carter as the “Southern” President0
“Lord Save Us from Champions like This”: The Sonny Liston-Muhammad Ali Heavyweight Championship Bouts as Transnational Sporting Culture in 1960s Finland0
She Bloomed in the Dark: Shadow Feminism and Queer Failure in Paula Gunn Allen’s The Woman Who Owned the Shadows0
From boots on the ground to followers in the sky:Volunteer mobilization and populist rhetoric in the presidential campaigns of Barack Obama and Donald Trump0
Julia Nitz's Belles and Poets: Intertextuality in the Civil War Diaries of White Southern Women0
Delegitimization and US presidential electoral campaigns, 1896-19800
Manifestations of Toxic Masculinity in Cormac McCarthy’s Blood Meridian or the Evening Redness in the West0
Cold War Correspondents: Soviet and American Reporters on the Ideological Frontlines0
The End of Ambition: The United States and the Third World in the Vietnam Era0
In the Womb of Utopia: Feminist Science Fiction, Reproductive Technology, and the Future0
From the Hood to the White House: The Cultural Imaginary of Presidential Blackness in Head of State0
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Tracy Wuster's Mark Twain, American Humorist0
Misremembering Reagan: A Decade of Cultural Dissent0
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“Her lost girl”: Shirley Jackson and Kenneth Burke in the Bennington Triangle0
China and the 21st Century Arctic: Opportunities and Limitations0
Interracial Homosocial Bonds and Interracial Heterosexual Romance in W. E. B. Du Bois’s Darkwater0
Presidential Rhetoric and Power in a Historical Perspective0
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Gregory J. Hampton and Kendra R. Parker's (eds.) The Bloomsbury Handbook to Octavia E. Butler and Aparajita Nanda and Shelby L. Crosby's (eds.) God Is Change: Religious Practices and Ideologies in the0
Rights and Slavery in Thomas Jefferson's Political Thought0
Nichole M. Bauer's (ed.) Politicking While Female: The Political Lives of Women0
The US and the Arctic – Special Issue Editors’ Introduction0
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Frank Kelleter and Alexander Starre's (eds.) Projecting American Studies: Essays on Theory, Method, and Practice0
Roy Morris Jr.'s Gertrude Stein Has Arrived: The Homecoming of a Literary Legend0
Literary Border Crossing and Cultural Belonging in Frederick Schiller Faust’s The Gentle Gunman0
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Mens Rea and Narratives of Violence: The Guilty Mind in Twenty-First-Century American Literature0
“The air of impossibility has been removed”: Realist Political Drama(dy) and the Trope of Becoming President0
Confronting Colorblind Commodity Racism: Young Jean Lee’s The Shipment0
Human Rights and the 1980 U.S. Presidential Election0
“Trouble with the Transition: The Transfer of Power from Carter to Reagan“0
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Allison M. Johnson's The Scars We Carve: Bodies and Wounds in Civil War Print Culture0
American Studies in Scandinavia – Special issue on the Arctic0
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Lynn S. Chancer's After the Rise and Stall of American Feminism: Taking Back a Revolution0
Campbell Craig and Fredrik Logevall's America’s Cold War: The Politics of Insecurity0
Gesturing Beyond Modernism: Frank O’Hara, Metonymy, and the Performing Self0
Flanking Maneuvers: The Counternarratives of the Military Unconscious in Phil Klay's “After Action Report” and “War Stories”0
Reclaiming Home in Indigenous Women Poetry of North America0
Editor's Note0
Ramón E. Soto-Crespo's The White Trash Menace and Hemispheric Fiction0
What American Readers Remember: A Case Study0
“No One Thinks of Greenland:” US-Greenland Relations and Perceptions of Greenland in the US from the Early Modern Period to the 20th Century0
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Leo Marx's Legacy0
“I discovered race in America and it fascinated me”: Alienation, Exile and the Discovery of Cultures in Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Americanah0
Postwar American Experimental Film and Queer Psychogeography0
Adoptees and Americans: Exporting Hans Christian Andersen and Karen Blixen (Isak Dinesen)0
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Race to the Pole: Matthew Henson, Arctic Explorer0
An Odd Assortment of Foreigners in Greenland: Towards the Political Implications of Arctic Travel during the Late Interwar Years0
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