U.S. Studies Online showcases and promotes the exciting and emerging research produced by postgraduate and early career researchers in the American studies academic community.

Here are the first 18 issues, published between 2001 and 2011. For the latest USSO issues, click here.

Issue 4, Autumn 2004, contents

U.S. Studies Online: The BAAS Postgraduate Journal Issue 4, Autumn 2004 Contents “‘Neutralising the Indian’: Native American Stereotypes in Star Trek: Voyager” LINCOLN GERAGHTY, UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM “The New American Jeremiad: the Writer as Apocalyptist” ELIZABETH ROSEN, UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON

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Issue 5, Spring 2004, contents

U.S. Studies Online: The BAAS Postgraduate Journal Issue 5, Spring 2004: Special Conference Edition Contents “Editing the Great Literary Comeback: Ralph Ellison’s Juneteenth and Henry Roth’s Mercy of a Rude Stream“ ALAN GIBBS, UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM “Icons, Canons and Iconoclasts: Reading Adolescents in Lisa Alther’s Kinflicks and Joyce Carol Oates’s I’ll Take You There“ RACHAEL MCLENNAN, UNIVERSITY…

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Issue 6, Autumn 2004, contents

U.S. Studies Online: The BAAS Postgraduate Journal Issue 6, Autumn 2004 Contents “Building Up America: Architecture, Autobiography and the Precarious Construction of Urban Identity in Anzia Yezierska’s Bread Givers” ELIZABETH BOYLE, UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD “Time of transition: Is it fair to discard Gilded Age expansionism as the ‘worst chapter in any book’?” OLIVER BROWN, UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD

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Issue 7, Spring 2005, contents

U.S. Studies Online: The BAAS Postgraduate Journal Issue 7, Spring 2005 Contents “Reimagining the Shopping Mall: European Invention of the ‘American’ Consumer Space” PAUL EDWARDS, UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM “‘In Sight of the New World’: Wilkie Collins and the USA” PAUL WOOLF, UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM

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Issue 15, Autumn 2009: Contents

U.S. Studies Online: The BAAS Postgraduate Journal Issue 15, Autumn 2009 Contents “‘Visions, dreams and a few nightmares’: Roy DeCarava’s Representations of African American Workers in Harlem” REBECCA COBBY, UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM “A Philadelphia Story: Regional Patrimony in The Barnes Foundation and The Gross Clinic Sagas” JAYME YAHR, UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON, SEATTLE “A Better Lie of the West: E.L.…

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