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 14, Spring 2009: Contents

U.S. Studies Online: The BAAS Postgraduate Journal Issue 14, Spring 2009 Contents “‘America: Real and Imagined’: A Report on the British Association for American Studies Postgraduate Conference, University of Exeter 2008” GARETH JAMES, UNIVERSITY OF EXETER “Occidental Odysseys to Niagara, the Prairies and the Mississippi River: British and American Views on the Three Landscapes of the West” ADAM…

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Issue 13, Autumn 2008: Contents

U.S. Studies Online: The BAAS Postgraduate Journal Issue 13, Autumn 2008 Contents “Gender Representation in U.S. Contemporary Science Fiction Films: The Cyborg Hero” ROCÍO CARRASCO CARRASCO, UNIVERSIDAD DE HUELVA “‘Producing the Highest Standard of Manhood’: Masculinity and the City Beautiful Movement in Progressive Era Denver, 1893-1920” BRENDON G. GEORGE, UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER “The Prophet in Detroit: Fard Muhammad and…

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Issue 9, Autumn 2006: Contents

U.S. Studies Online: The BAAS Postgraduate Journal Issue 9, Autumn 2006 Contents “Multilingualism and Immigration in U.S. Public Policy: 1850-1910” ANTONY ADOLF, UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA “The Geography of Production: Charting the Modernist Spaces in Sinclair Lewis’s Babbitt” MICHAEL P. MORENO, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, RIVERSIDE “‘I live to be their protector and friend, and not their tyrant and foe’:…

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Issue 2, Autumn 2001 article 3

U.S. Studies Online: The BAAS Postgraduate Journal Issue 2, Autumn 2001 Jail-no-Bail Comes of Age: the Freedom Rides and the Use of Prison as a Platform for Racial Protest Zoe A. Greer © Zoe A. Greer. All Rights Reserved In April 1960, civil rights worker Len Holt appealed to members of the civil rights movement to“go to…

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Issue 2, Autumn 2001 article 2

U.S. Studies Online: The BAAS Postgraduate Journal Issue 2, Autumn 2001 Parody, Sincerity and the Martial Ideal in the Literary Impressionism of Stephen Crane’s The Red Badge of Courage John Fagg © John Fagg. All Rights Reserved Sitting in camp awaiting his first taste of battle, Henry Fleming, the youth in Stephen Crane’s The Red Badge of…

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