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The Encyclopedia of American Studies brings together a wide range of disciplines related to the history and cultures of the United States, from pre-colonial days to the present. It features broad, synthetic articles covering areas such as history, literature, art, photography, film, architecture, urban studies, ethnicity, race, gender, economics, politics, wars, consumer culture, and global America.
Interdisciplinary in its coverage of the American experience, this comprehensive reference has been written by hundreds of internationally renowned scholars who present their topics in clear and lively prose.
With approximately 700 online, searchable articles and updated bibliographies, the Encyclopedia of American Studies provides an integrated approach to problems, themes, and issues that cut across disciplinary lines. The breadth and depth of disciplines, topics, and issues featured in this resource support research and study in a wide range of courses and assignments at all levels.
Quarterly updates guarantee growing coverage into a variety of fields and disciplines.
We feature this month three new articles on Transnationalism and American studies, offering complementary perspectives on this important topic: the first, by John Carlos Rowe, examines the genesis of the transnational turn and the intellectual impetus behind it; the second, by Greg Robinson, analyzes the transnational model in terms of its roots and also its institutional growth; and the third, by Alfred Hornung, looks at transnational American studies from a foreign perspective. Consider them together as a kind of isosceles triangle, sharing some common elements, but offering different angles of view. The articles will added to the EAS Online soon.
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