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1This bibliography lists book-length publications in English, over the last 25 years, by European scholars of American Studies whose native language is not English. Its elements were provided by the national and joint-national associations constituting the European Association for American Studies.

2Thus far, it lists such academic work by EAAS members from Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republik, Greece, France, Holland, Hungary, Italy, Luxemburg, Romania, Slovakia, Spain and Switzerland. Information concerning German publications in American Studies can be found at

5The bibliography was devised for the benefit of Americanists the world over and will be updated as new publications occur.

6Its provisional makeshift categorization (in the following order : Biography, Culture, Economics, History, Literature, Political Science, Social Sciences, Miscellanea) is my sole responsibility.

7Books written by European Americanists in languages other than English are not listed.

8Marc Chénetier
President EAAS (2004-2008)



9van den BERG, Erik, Claim on Memory: A Political Biography of Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr., 1914-1988 (PhD diss. University of Leiden, 2006).

10HOLLANDER, Inez The Road from Pompei’s Head: The Life and Work of Hamilton Basso (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1999).

11IMLAY, Gilbert, The Emigrants (1793). With an Introduction and Notes by W.M.Verhoeven and Amanda Gilroy (New York: Penguin, 1998)

12KRABBENDAM, Hans, The Model Man: A Life of Edward W. Bok, 1863-1930 (Amsterdam/Atlanta: Rodopi, 2001).

13van MINNEN, Cornelis A., Van Loon: Popular Historian, Journalist, and FDR Confidant (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005).

14SCHULTE NORDHOLT, J.W. Woodrow Wilson: A Life for World Peace (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1991).


15ANNUS, Irén Annus, Éva Federmayer, Judith Sollosy. Netting America: Introduction to the Culture and Literature of the United States. Budapest, 2006. . /E-Textbook with index of names and keywords and bibliography for American Studies Students working toward their BA. This project has been sponsored by the European Union and the National Development Fund as part of the structural and contextual development of higher education in Hungary. HEFOP-3.3.1-P.-2004-09-0134/1.0/

16ARAPOGLOU, Eleftheria, Ayse LAHUR KIRTUNC and Murat ERDEM, eds., City in Culture, Culture in City, Izmir: Ege University, Publication of the Faculty of Letters, 2005, 244 pages. Introduction by Arapoglou and Kirtunc pp. 1-11, bibliography following each article, ISBN: 975-483-669-8.BAK, Hans , ed., Multiculturalism and the Canon of American Culture (Amsterdam: VU University Press, 1993)

17 BAK , Hans and Walter W. Hölbling, eds., “Nature’s Nation” Revisited: American Concepts of Nature from Wonder to Ecological Crisis (Amsterdam: VU University Press, 2003).

18BAHN-COBLAN, Sonja and Mario Klarer (eds.): Cultural Encounters: American Studies in the Age of Multiculturalism. Tübingen: Stauffenburg Verlag, 2000.

19van der BENT, Jaap , Mel van Elteren, and Cornelis A. van Minnen, eds., Beat Culture: The 1950s and Beyond (Amsterdam: VU University Press, 1999).

20BERTENS, Hans and Theo D’Haen, eds., The Small Town in America: A Multidisciplinary Revisit (Amsterdam: VU University Press, 1995).

21van der BILT, Eduard F., Proximity and Distance: American Travellers to the Middle East, 1819-1918. (PhD diss. Cornell University, 1985).

22BIRKLE, Carmen, ed. (Trans)Formations of Cultural Identity in the English-Speaking World. Heidelberg: Winter, 1998. (with Jochen Achilles).

23BIRKLE, Carmen, ed. Sites of Ethnicity: Europe and the Americas. Heidelberg: Winter, 2004. (with William Boelhower und Rocío Davis).

24BIRKLE, Carmen. Migration – Miscegenation – Transculturation: Writing Multicultural America into the Twentieth Century. Heidelberg: Winter, 2004.

25BOELHOWER, William, Rocío G. Davis, and Carmen Birkle, eds. Sites of Ethnicity: Europe and the Americas. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag C. Winter, 2004.

26BOI, Paola, Edited with Sabine Broeck, Crossroutes: The Meanings of ‘Race’ for the 21st Century. Hamburg: LIT Verlag, 2003.

27BORSDORF, Axel, Michael Draxlbauer and Waldemar Zacharasiewicz, eds. Sites of Memory and Collective Identities. Encounters, Explorations and Reflections on an Interdisciplinary Field Trip through the American South in April of 2001. Innsbrucker Materialien zur Geographie, 11. Folge. Innsbruck: Selbstverlag des Instituts für Geographie der Universität Innsbruck, 2002.

28BOSSCHER, Doeko, Mel van Elteren, and Marja Roholl, eds., American Culture in the Netherlands (Amsterdam: VU University Press, 1996).

29BOTER, Babs, Fabrication of Self: Girls of Color Coming of Age (PhD dissertation, University of Amsterdam, 2005).

30BOTTALICO, Michele and Salah el Moncef bin Khalifa (eds.), Borderline Identities in Chicano Culture, Venezia: Mazzanti Editori (Soglie americane), 2006, 185 pages. Introduction by Michele Bottalico, Afterword by Salah el Moncef bin Khalifa, bibliographies at the end of each essay. (A collection of essays by European scholars who focus upon the potentiality of Chicano transnational, transcultural, and cross-linguistic literature and creativity).

31CHEW, William L. III. A Bostonian Merchant Witnesses the Second French Revolution: James Price A Voyage and a Visit to France in 1792. Brussels: Center for American Studies, 1992, 49 pp. [An annotated critical edition, with introduction, of a previously unpublished mss. diary of an American business traveler who witnessed the storming of the Tuileries on August 10, 1792, and made extensive critical commentary on contemporary French politics. Includes extracts from his correspondence and travel accounts.]

32CHEW, William L. III, ed. Images of America: Through the European Looking-Glass. Ed. William L. Chew III. Brussels: VUB University P, 1997.

33CHEW, William L. III, ed. National Stereotypes in Perspective: Americans in France–Frenchmen in America. Rodopi Press: Amsterdam/Atlanta, 2001 (Studia Imagologica–Amsterdam Studies in Cultural Identity 9).

34CLETO, Fabio, Edited, Camp: Queer Aesthetics and the Performing Subject: A Reader. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press and Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1999.

35DEAN John & GABILLIET Jean-Paul, eds., European Readings of American Popular Culture, Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1996.

36DIERIKX, Marc, An image of Freedom: The Netherlands and the United States, 1945 to the Present (’s-Gravenhage: SDU Uitgevers, 1997).

37DONKERS, Jan, The American Dream in the Netherlands, 1944-1969 (Nijmegen : SUN, 2000).

38DRAXLBAUER, Michael, Astrid Fellner and Thomas Fröschl, eds. (Anti-)Americanisms. American Studies in Austria, Bd.2. Münster: LIT-Verlag, 2004.

39van ELTEREN, M.C.M., Imagining America: Dutch Youth and its Sense of Place (Tilburg: Tilburg University Press, 1994).

40FABRE, Geneviève, O’MEALLY, Robert, eds., History and memory in African-American Culture, New York : Oxford University Press, 1994., 321 p.

41FABRE Geneviève & GUTIERREZ Ramon A. eds., Feasts and celebrations in North American ethnic communities, Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press, 1995, 195 p.

42FABRE, Geneviève, HEIDEKING J., & DREISBACH, K. Celebrating Ethnicity and Nation: American Festive Culture from the Revolution to the Early Twentieth Century, New York : Berghahn Books, 2001. 308 p.

43FABRE, Geneviève and FEITH, Michel, eds., Jean Toomer and the Harlem Renaissance, New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, 2001, 235 p

44FABRE, Geneviève & FEITH, Michel, eds., Temples for tomorrow : looking back at the Harlem Renaissance, Bloomington : Indiana University Press, 2001, 392 p.

45FLUDERNIK, Monika, ed. Diaspora and Multiculturalism. Common Traditions and New Developments. Cross Cultures, 66. Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi, 2003.

46FRANCI, Giovanna, Dreaming of Italy: Las Vegas and the Virtual Grand Tour. Reno: University of Nevada Press, 2005.

47FRANK, Tibor, Genius in Exile: Professional Immigration from Interwar Hungary to the United States, New York-Washington, D.C.-Baltimore: Peter Lang Publishing, 2000.

48FRANK, Tibor, Ethnicity, Propaganda, Myth-Making, Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó, 1999.

49FRANTZ, Klaus and Robert Sauder, eds., Ethnic Persistence and Change in Europe and America. Traces in Landscape and Society. Innsbruck: Veröffentlichungen der Universität Innsbruck 213,1996.

50FRANTZ, Klaus, Indian Reservations in the United States: Territory, Sovereignty and Socioeconomic Change. Chicago and London: U of Chicago P, 1999.

51GARCÍA MAINAR, Luis M., Narrative and Stylistic Patterns in the Films of Stanley Kubrick, Rochester NY: Camden House, 1999, 257 pages. Index of names and subject matter, bibliography pp. 247-251.

52GENNARO Lerda, Valeria, Edited, Which ‘Global Village?’ Societies, Cultures, and Political-Economic Systems in a Euro-Atlantic Perspective. Westport & London: Praeger Publishers, 2002. 288 pages. Preface by V. Gennaro Lerda; index, figures, maps, tables; ISBN 0-275-97390-5. The multidisciplinary book collects 18 essays written by scholars of several European countries besides U.S and Canada on the main issues related to the phenomenon of globalization. For further information:

53GENNARO Lerda, Valeria , Edited with Roberto Maccarini. Canadian and American Women. Moving from Private to Public Experiences in the Atlantic World. Milano: Selene Edizioni, 2002. 329 pages, tables and bibliographies; ISBN 88-86267-74-b. The book features 16 contributions of historians on the role of women in Canada and the U.S. in professions, organizations and social life moving from the private to the public arena. For further information:

54GEORGOUDAKI, Ekaterini and PASTOURMATZI, Domna, eds, Women, Creators of Culture, Thessaloniki: HELAAS, 1997, 336 pages. Preface by Georgoudaki pp. 7-9. [A collection of essays by international contributors about Greek and American women’s contribution to politics, journalism, literature, painting and other fields from the time of Sappho to the present.]

55GLASZE, Georg, Chris Webster, and Klaus Frantz, eds., Private Cities: Global and Local Perspectives. London, Routledge, 2006.

56HARINCK, George and Hans Krabbendam, eds., Breaches and Bridges: Reformed Subcultures in the Netherlands, Germany, and the United States (Amsterdam: VU University Press, 2000).

57HILTON, Sylvia L. and Steve J.S. Ickringill, eds., European Perceptions of the Spanish-American War of 1898. Bern-Berlin-Bruxelles-New York, etc., Peter Lang, 1999. 212 pp. ISBN: 3-906763-01-3.

58HÖLBLING, Walter, and Klaus Rieser, eds. What Is American? New Identities in U.S. Culture. Berlin etc.: LIT Verlag, 2004.

59HÖLBLING, Walter, and Reinhard Wagnleitner. The European Emigrant Experience in the U.S.A. Tübingen: Narr, 1992.

60HÖLBLING, Walter, Klaus Rieser and Susanne Rieser, eds. US Icons and Iconicity. Berlin etc. : LIT Verlag, 2006.

61JANSSENS, Ruud and KROES, Rob,, eds., Post-Cold War Europe, Post-Cold War America (Amsterdam: VU Press, 2004).

62KALFOPOULOU, Adrianne, A Discussion of the Ideology of the American Dream in the Culture’s Female Discourses: the Unitidy House, Lewiston, N.Y: Edwin Mellen Press, 2000, 199 pages. Preface by Thalia Selz; index of names and subject matter, bibliography pp. 186-199. [From Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter to Morrison’s Beloved, this work "offers a dense, well-argued, and persuasive overview of the development of female narrative counter-discourses." Prof. Dr. Martin Heusser, University of Zurich. Available from and]

63KALOGERAS, Yiorgos and Domna PASTOURMATZI, eds., Nationalism and Sexuality: Crises of Identity, Thessaloniki: Hellenic Association of American Studies, 1996, pp.350.

64KÖVECSES, Zoltán, Language, Mind, and Culture, Oxford UP, 2006.

65KÖVECSES, Zoltán, Metaphor in Culture: Universality and Variation, Cambridge UP, 2005. Available at < and

66KRABBENDAM, Hans and Giles Scott-Smith, eds., The Cultural Cold War in Western Europe, 1945-1960 (London/Portland, OR: Frank Cass, 2003).

67KROES, Rob ed., High Brow meets Low Brow: American Culture as an Intellectual Concern (Amsterdam VU Uitgeverij, 1988).

68KROES, Rob ed., The American West as seen by Europeans and Americans (Amsterdam VU Uitgeverij, 1989).

69KROES, Rob ed., Within the U.S. Orbit: Small National Cultures vis‑a‑vis the United States (Amsterdam: VU University of Amsterdam Press, 1991)

70KROES, Rob and Henk-Otto Neuschäfer, eds.,The Dutch in North America: Their Immigration and Cultural Continuity (Amsterdam: VU Uitgeverij, 1991).

71KROES, Rob, The Persistence of Ethnicity: Dutch Calvinist Pioneers in Amsterdam, Montana. ( Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1992).

72KROES, Rob, Robert W. Rydell, and Doeko F.J. Bosscher, eds., Cultural Transmissions and Receptions: American Mass Culture in Europe (Amsterdam: VU University Press, 1993).

73KROES, Rob and David Ellwood, eds., Hollywood in Europe: Experiences of a Cultural Hegemony (Amsterdam: VU University Press, 1994).

74KROES, Rob, If you’ve Seen one, You’ve Seen the Mall: Europeans and American Mass Culture (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1996).

75KROES, Rob and Robert W. Rydell, Buffalo Bill in Bologna: The Americanization of the World, 1869-1922 (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2005).

76LORINI, Alessandra, Rituals of Race: American Public Culture and the Search for Racial Democracy. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 1999.

77LORINI, Alessandra, Edited, An Intimate and Contested Relation: The United States and Cuba in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century. Florence: Firenze University Press, 2006.

78MAFFI, Mario, Gateway to the Promised Land. Ethnic Cultures on New York’s Lower East Side. Amsterdam: Rodopi Editions, 1994; Gateway to the Promised Land. Ethnicity and Culture in New York’s Lower East Side. New York: New York University Press, 1995. [A cultural history of the Lower East Side, in Werner Sollors’s words it “presents the fullest existing account of a neighborhood that has always been in transition” (from his blurb to the NYU Press edition).]

79MAFFI, Mario, New York City. An Outsider’s Inside View. Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, 2004. A different way of looking at New York, as text, context, subtext, in George Lankevich’s words it is “a wonderful tour through Manhattan taken with a knowledgeable friend” (from his introduction to the volume).

80MAMOLI Zorzi, Rosella, Edited, Before Peggy Guggenheim. American Women Art Collectors, Venice: Marsilio, 2001. 254 pages, Introduction by Rosella Mamoli Zorzi (pp.15-30). No index, bibliography in each essay. A collection of essays on American women art collectors, inclusive of Mrs. Gardner, L. Havemeyer, the Cone sisters, G. Vanderbilt Whitney, Hilla Rebay, Mrs. Fenollosa, Aline Meyer Liebman, Emily Carr, and Peggy Guggenheim.

81MARINO, Elisabetta, Edited, Asia and the West: A Difficult Intercontinental Relationship. Rome: Sun Moon Lake, 2002.

82MIHAILA, Rodica and Roxana OLTEAN (eds.) Transatlantic Dialogues. Eastern Europe, the U.S., and Post-Cold War Cultural Spaces. Bucharest. The University of Bucharest Press, 2009.

83van MINNEN, Cornelis A. and David K. Adams, eds.,Religious and Secular Reform in America: Ideas, Beliefs and Social Change (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press and New York: New York University Press, 1999).

84PHILLIPS, Kimberley L., Hermine D. Pinson, Lorenzo Thomas, and Hanna Wallinger, eds. Critical Voicings of Black Liberation: Resistance and Representations in the Americas. FORECAAST 11 (Forum for European Contributions in African American Studies). Münster: LIT Verlag, 2003.

85PORTES, Jacques, Fascination and Misgivings. The United States in French Opinion, 1870-1914. Translated by Elborg Forster, New York : Cambridge University Press, 2000. paperback edition 2006.

86van RIJN,Guido, Roosevelt’s Blues: African-American Blues and Gospel Songs on FDR (Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 1997).

87van RIJN, Guido , The Truman and Eisenhower Blues: African-American Blues and Gospel Songs, 1945-1960 (London: Continuum, 2004).

88SCHULTE NORDHOLT, J.W., The Myth of the West: America as the Last Empire (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1995).

89SCOTT-SMITH, Giles The Politics of Apolitical Culture: The Congress for Cultural Freedom, the CIA and Post-War American Hegemony (London: Routledge, 2002).

90SIMAL, Begoña, and Elisabetta Marino, eds. Transnational, National, and Personal Voices: New Perspectives on Asian American and Asian Diasporic Women. Münster: LIT Verlag, 2004. ISBN: 3-8258-8278.

91TSCHACHLER, Heinz, Maureen Devine and Michael Draxlbauer. Eds. The EmBodyment of American Culture. Münster: Lit Verlag, 2003.

92TSIMPOUKI, Theodora and Angeliki SPIROPOULOU, eds, Culture Agonistes: Debating Culture, Rereading Texts, Bern: Peter Lang, 2002, 230 pages. ISBN: 3-906768-24-4. [Recent developments in cultural and literary discourse have upset traditional certainties and produced a plurality of positions that are often articulated in agonistic terms.]

93URICCHIO, William and Pearson, R.E., Reframing Culture : The Case of the Vitagraph Quality Films (Princeton, N.J : Princeton university Press, 1993)

94VEENENDAAL, August J., Slow Train to Paradise: How the Dutch Helped Build American Railroads (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1996).

95VENEMA, Janny, Beverwijck: A Dutch Village on the American Frontier, 1652-1664 (Hilversum: Verloren, 2003).

96VERHEUL, Jaap ed., Dreams of Paradise, Visions of Apocalypse: Utopia and Dystopia in American Culture (Amsterdam: VU Press, 2004).

97VERHOEFF, Nanna, The West in Early Cinema: After the Beginning (Amsterdam: University Press, 1996)

98WAGNLEITNER, Reinhold. Ed. Satchmo Meets Amadeus. Innsbruck, Wien, Bozen: Studienverlag, 2006.

99WALLINGER, Hanna, ed. Transitions: Race, Culture, and the Dynamics of Race. American Studies in Austria 5. Wien: Lit Verlag, 2006.

100ZACHARASIEWICZ, Waldemar, ed. in cooperation with Michael Draxlbauer. Remembering the Individual/Regional/National Past (Transatlantic Perspectives 10), Tübingen: Stauffenburg 1999.

101ZACHARASIEWICZ, Waldemar, ed. The Many Souths: Class in Southern Culture (Transatlantic Perspectives 14), Tübingen: Stauffenburg 2003.

102ZACHARASIEWICZ, Waldemar, ed. Transatlantische Differenzen/Transatlantic Differences, Wien–Köln: Böhlau 2004.


103FASCE, Ferdinando,An American Family. The Great War and Corporate Culture in America. Translated by Ian Harvey. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 2002. 216 pages. Through a close case study of the Scovill Manufacturing Company of Waterbury, Ct., the largest single brass manufacturer of the day, the book sheds light on WWI as a watershed in the systematic redefinition of labor policy and mechanisms of control over the workforce. The Italian version of the book was awarded the Organization of American Historians Foreign-Language Book Prize in 1994-95.

104MEIJAARD, Joris, Decision-Making in Research and Development: A Comparative Study of Multinational Companies in the Netherlands and the United States (Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers, 1998).

105POT, Ferrie, Continuity and Change of Human Resource Management: A Comparative Analysis of the Impact of Global Change and Cultural Continuity on the Management of Labour between the United States and the Netherlands (Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers, 1998).

106SALZMANN, Walter H., A Market to Explore: A History of Public-private Partnership in the Promotion of Trade and Investment between the Netherlands and the United States (Amsterdam: The Netherlands Chamber of Commerce, 1994).

107VAN DER WEE, Herman, Prosperity and Upheaval. The World Economy,1945-1980. Harmondsworth, Penguin (Pelican Series), 1987, 621 pages; Berkeley, California University Press, 1987, 621 pp. [Analyses the post-war economy of the Western World, in particular the post-war economy of the United States and its relations with the non-American Western World]

108VIRAGOS, Zsolt, Portraits and Landmarks: American Literature and Culture in the 19th Century. University of Debrecen, Hungary, 2005. With an index of names. Pp. 360.

109WELLING, George, The Prize of Neutrality: Trade Relations between Amsterdam and North America, 1771-1817 (Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam, 1998).


110FRANTZ, Klaus, ed., Human Geography in North America. New Perspectives and Trends in Research. Innsbruck: Innsbrucker Geographische Studien 26, 1996.

111LEIDLMAIR, Adolf, and Klaus Frantz, eds., Environment and Human Life in Highlands and High-Latitude Zones. Proceedings of a Symposium Held by the I.G.U. Commission on Rural Development, 21-25 August, 1984 in Innsbruck. Innsbruck: Innsbrucker Geographische Studien 13, 1985. [with contributions on America]


112van CASSEL, Elke ,A Cold War Magazine of Causes: A Critical History of ‘The Reporter’ Magazine (1949-1968) (PhD diss. Radboud University Nijmegen, 2007)

113DESSENS, Nathalie, Myths of the Plantation Society: Slavery in the American South and the West Indies. Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 2003.

114DESSENS, Nathalie. From Saint-Domingue to New Orleans: Migration and Influences. Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 2007.

115DORREBOOM, Iris, The Challenge of our Time: Woodrow Wilson, Herbert Croly, Randolph Bourne and the making of Modern America (Amsterdam : Rodopi, 1991).

116van ELTEREN, Mel, Americanism and Americanization: A Critical History of Domestic and Global Influence (Jefferson, NC/London: McFarland, 2006)

117FRANK, Tibor and Tamás Magyarics. Handouts for US History: A Study Guide and Workbook. Budapest: Panem, 1999. With an index of names and bibliography. 572 p.

118FOUCRIER Annick, ed., The French and the Pacific World, 17th-19th centuries: Explorations, Migrations and Cultural Exchanges, Aldershot, UK, Ashgate Publishing Co, 2005, 342 p.

119GALEMA, Annemieke ,With the Baggage of the Fatherland: Frisians to America, A. Gilroy and W.M.Verhoeven, eds., Epistolary histories: letters, fiction, culture (Charlottesville, VA: University Press of Virginia, 2000)

120HAMPTON, Ellen, Women of Valor: the Rochambelles on the WW II Front, New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2006.

121HARINCK, George and Hans Krabbendam, eds., Sharing the Reformed Tradition: The Dutch-North American Exchange, 1846-1996 (Amsterdam: VU University Press, 1996).

122HARINCK, George and Hans Krabbendam, eds., Amsterdam-New York: Transatlantic Relations and Urban Identities Since 1653 (Amsterdam: VU University Press, 2005).

123HARINCK, George and Hans Krabbendam, eds., Morsels in the Melting Pot: The Persistence of Dutch Immigrant Communities in North America, 1800-2000 (Amsterdam: VU University Press, 2006).

124HEFFER Jean, The United States and the Pacific : History of a Frontier, translated by W. Donald Wilson, Notre Dame : Indiana University Press, 2002.

125HOEFTE, Rosemarijn and Johanna C. Kardux, eds., Connecting Cultures: The Netherlands in Five Centuries of Transatlantic Exchange (Amsterdam: VU University Press, 1994).

126JACOBS, Jaap New Netherland: A Dutch Colony in Seventeenth Century America (Leiden: Brill, 2005).

127JANSSENS, Ruud. V. A, ‘What Future for Japan ?’ U.S. Wartime Planning for the Postwar Era, 1942-1945 (Amsterdam : Rodopi, 1995).

128KAISER, Hilary, Veteran Recall: Americans in France Remember the War, Bayeux: Editions Heimdal, May 2004, 159 pp.

129KARDUX , Joke and Eduard van de Bilt, Newcomers in an Old City: The American Pilgrims in Leiden, 1609-1620. (Leiden: Burgersdijk en Niermans, 1998. Second, revised and expanded edition, 2001. Third rev. ed. 2006.)

130LE MENESTREL Sara, HENRY, Jacques (eds.), Working the Field: Accounts from French Louisiana, Wesport: Praeger, 2003.

131van der LINDEN, A.A.M., A Revolt Against Liberalism: American Radical Historians, 1959-1976. (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1996).

132LOEBER, ed., Hans, Dutch-American Relations, 1945-1969. A Partnership: Illusions and Facts. (Asssen/Maastricht: Van Gorcum, 1992).

133MEIGS, Mark, Optimism at Armaggedon, Voices of American Participants in the First World War, London, New York : Macmillan and New York University Press, 1997.

134van MINNEN, Cornelis A. ed., FDR’s Place in Past and Present: An Evaluation Forty Years after His Death (Middelburg: Roosevelt Study Center Publications, 1986).

135van MINNEN, Cornelis A., ed., The Many-Sided Theodore Roosevelt: American Renaissance Man (Middelburg: Roosevelt Study Center Publications, 1986).

136van MINNEN, Cornelis A., ed., The Roosevelts: Nationalism, Democracy and Internationalism (Middelburg: Roosevelt Study Center Publications, 1987).

137van MINNEN, Cornelis A. and David K. Adams, eds., Aspects of War in American History (Keele: Keele University Press, 1997).

138van MINNEN, Cornelis A. and Sylvia L. Hilton, eds., Federalism, Citizenship, and Collective Identities in U.S. History (Amsterdam: VU University Press, 2000).

139van MINNEN, Cornelis A. and Sylvia L. Hilton, eds., Nation on the Move: Mobility in U.S. History (Amsterdam: VU University Press, 2002).

140van MINNEN, Cornelis A. and Sylvia L. Hilton, eds., Frontiers and Boundaries in U.S. History (Amsterdam: VU University Press, 2004).

141van MINNEN, Cornelis A. and Sylvia L. Hilton, eds., Teaching and Studying U.S. History in Europe: Past, Present and Future (Amsterdam: VU University Press, 2007).

142SCHULTE NORDHOLT, J.W. and Robert P. Swierenga, eds., A Bilateral Bicentennial: A History of Dutch-American Relations 1782-1982 (Amsterdam: Meulenhoff, 1982).

143SCHULTE NORDHOLT, J.W., The Dutch Republic and American Indepencence (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1982.

144PORTELLI, Alessandro, The Battle of Valle Giulia. Oral History and the Art of Dialogue. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1997.

145RICARD, Serge, The ‘Manifest Destiny’ of the United States in the 19th Century : Ideological and Political Aspects, Paris : Didier Erudition-CNED, 1999, 160 p.

146RICARD Serge, ed., An American Empire : Expansionist Cultures and Policies, 1881-1917, Aix-en-Provence : Publications de l’Université de Provence, 1990, 243 p.

147RICARD, Serge and CHRISTOL, Hélène, eds., Hyphenated Diplomacy : European Immigration and U.S. Foreign Policy, 1914-1984, Aix-en-Provence : Publications de l’Université de Provence, 1985, 122 p.

148RICARD, Serge and CHRISTOL, Hélène, eds. Anglo-Saxonism in U.S. Foreign Policy : The Diplomacy of Imperialism, 1899-1919, Aix-en-Provence : Publications de l’Université de Provence, 1991, 108 p.

149ROSSIGNOL Marie-Jeanne, The Nationalist Ferment. The Origins of U.S. Foreign Policy, 1792-1812, Columbus: The Ohio State University Press, 2004.

150VAUDAGNA, Maurizio, Edited with R. Laurence Moore, The American Century and Europe. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2003.

151VAUDAGNA, Maurizio, Edited with R. Baritono, D. Frezza, A. Lorini, E. Vezzosi, Public and Private in Twentieth-Century American History. Turin: Otto, 2003.

152VAUDAGNA, Maurizio, ed, The Place of Europe in American History: Twentieth-Century Perspectives, Torino: Otto, 2007

153VERHOEVEN, Wil and Beth Dolan Kautz, eds., Revolutions and Watersheds: Transatlantic Dialogues, 1775-1815 (Amsterdam and Atlanta, Georgoa: Rodopi, 1999).

154VERHOEVEN, Wil ed. Revolutionary Histories: Transatlantic Cultural Nationalism, 1775-1815 (London and New York: Macmillan/Palgrave 2002)

155VINCENT, Bernard, The Transatlantic Republican: Thomas Paine and the Age of Revolutions, New York, Amsterdam: Rodopi, Amsterdam Monographs in American Studies, 2005.178 p.

156WEIL, François, A History of New York, New York: Columbia University Press, 2004, 356 p.

157ZITOMERSKY, Joseph, French Americans-Native Americans in Eighteenth-Century French Colonial Louisiana: The Population Geography of the Illinois Indians, 1670s-1760s. Lund Studies in International History, No. 31. Lund, Sweden: Lund University Press, 1994. 412 p.

158ZITOMERSKY, Joseph, ed. On Making Use of History: Research and Reflections from Lund. Lund Studies in International History, No. 15. Lund, Sweden: Esselte Studium, 1982. 206 p.


159FLUDERNIK, Monika, and Greta Olson, eds. In the Grip of the Law. Trials, Prisons and the Space Between. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang, 2004.


160AJI, Hélène, ed., Ezra Pound and Referentiality, collection Sillages critiques, Paris : Presses de l’Université de Paris-Sorbonne, 2003.

161ARBEIT, Marcel. Bibliography of American Literature in Czech Translation. Olomouc: Votobia, 2000. 3 volumes. ISBN 80-7198-448-5.

162ATHENOT Eric, & BROSSARD, Olivier, eds. Walt Whitman, Hom(m)age, 2005-1855, Nantes : Joca Seria, New York: Turtle Press, 2005.

163BACIGALUPO, Massimo, The Formed Trace: The Later Poetry of Ezra Pound. New York: Columbia University Press, 1980, xviii+512 pages. Index of names and subject matter, pp. 493-512.

164BACCOLINI, Raffaella, Edited with Tom Moylan, Dark Horizons: Science Fiction and the Dystopian Imagination. New York: Routledge, 2003.

165BAK, Hans and Vincent Piket, Looking Inward, Looking Outward. American Fiction in the 1930s and 1940s (The Hague: European University Press, 1990).

166BAK, Hans, Malcolm Cowley: the Formative Years (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1993).

167BAK Hans and Hans Krabbendam, eds., Writing Lives: American Biography and Autobiography. (Amsterdam: VU University Press, 1998)

168BAK, Hans, ed., Uneasy Alliance: Twentieth-Century American Literature, Culture and Biography (Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi, 2004).

169BAN, Zsófia, Desire and De-Scription: Words and Images of Postmodernism in the Late Poetry of William Carlos Williams, Amsterdam: Rodopi P, 1999.

170BENITO, Jesús, and Ana Manzanas, eds., Literature and Ethnicity in the Cultural Borderlands, Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2002. [Collection of articles on “border theory,” extending its application beyond Chicano culture to deal with African American, Native American and Caribbean texts, among others.]

171BERTENS, Hans and Theo D’HAEN, Contemporary American Crime Fiction (Hampshire: Palgrave Publishers Ltd., 2001).

172BIRKLE, Carmen. Women’s Stories of the Looking Glass: Autobiographical Reflections and Self-Representations in the Poetry of Sylvia Plath, Adrienne Rich, and Audre Lorde. München: Fink, 1996.

173BOCKTING, Ineke, Character and Personality in the Novels of William Faulkner: A study in Psychostylistics (Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1995)

174BOI, Paola, The Charm of the Nameless. Modes of Representation in the Fiction of Charles Brockden Brown. Cagliari: AV, 1999.

175BOI, Paola, Talking Books: Zora Neale Hurston and the Power/Knowledge Philosophy in Modernist American Fiction. Cagliari: AV, 1999.

176BOLLOBAS, Enikö, Charles Olson, New York: Twayne, 1992.

177BONNET, Michèle, The Scarlet Letter. Nathaniel Hawthorne, Paris : Armand Colin/Cned, 2005, 128 p.

178BOTTALICO, Michele (ed.), Literature and the Visual Arts in 20th-Century America, Bari: Palomar (Eupalinos), 2002, 210 pages. Introduction by Michele Bottalico, bibliographical references in endnotes. (A collection of essays by European and American scholars which deals with intertextuality in a broad range of texts and topics, including photography and film).

179BUELENS, Gert and Ernst RUDIN, eds. Deferring a Dream: Literary Sub-Versions of the American Columbiad. ICSELL Series. Basel, Boston, Berlin: Birkhäuser, 1994.

180BUELENS, Gert, ed. Enacting History in Henry James: Narrative, Power and Ethics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997.

181BUELENS, Gert. Henry James and the "Aliens": In Possession of the American Scene. Amsterdam Monographs in American Studies. Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, 2002. [Awarded the American Studies Network Book Prize 2004.]

182CALLENS, Johan. From Middleton and Rowley’s "Changeling" to Sam Shepard’s "Bodyguard": A Contemporary Appropriation of a Renaissance Drama. Studies in Comparative Literature 7. Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, 1997. 177 pp. ISBN 0-7734-8653-4.

183CALLENS, Johan. Double Binds: Existentialist Inspiration and Generic Experimentation in the Early Work of Jack Richardson. Costerus New Series 87. Amsterdam/Atlanta: Rodopi, 1993. 261 pp. ISBN 90-5183-419-5

184CALLENS, Johan, ed. The Wooster Group and Its Traditions. Dramaturgies Series: Texts, Cultures, and Performances, vol. 13. Bern and Brussels: Presses Interuniversitaires Européennes-Peter Lang, 2004. 290 pp., 32 pp of illustrations. ISBN 90-5201-270-9.

185CALLENS, Johan, ed. Sam Shepard: Between the Margin and the Centre. Contemporary Theatre Review Vol. 8, Part 3. London: Routledge Harwood, 1998. 99 pp. ISBN 90-5702-151-X.

186CALLENS, Johan, ed. Sam Shepard: Between the Margin and the Centre. Contemporary Theatre Review Vol. 8, Part 4. London: Routledge Harwood, 1998. 97 pp. ISBN 90-5702-152-8.

187CAMBONI, Marina, Edited, H.D.’s Poetry: “The meanings that words hide.” New York: AMS Press, 2003.

188CAMBONI, Marina , Edited, Networking Women: Subjects, Places, Links Europe-America, 1890-1939. Towards a Rewriting of Cultural History. Rome: Edizioni di Storia e Letteratura, 2003.

189CAP-BUN, Marina, Criss-Cross. Essays in Romanian and Comparative Literature (Munich: Radu Barbulescu Verlag, 2006, 2nd edition extended, Foreword by professor Raimonda Modiano).

190CARPENTIER, Martha and Barbara Ozieblo, eds. Disclosing Intertextualities: The Stories, Plays, and Novels of Susan Glaspell. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2006. Introduction by editors. Index and Bibliography. ISBN: 90 420 2082 2. Essays by European and American scholars on Susan Glaspell’s oeuvre that "establishes Glaspell’s work as an ’intersection of textual surfaces,’ resulting for the first time in the complex aesthetic appreciation that her varied life’s work merits."

191CHENETIER, Marc, Richard Brautigan, London & New York: Methuen, 1983, 96 pages.

192CHENETIER Marc, ed., Critical Angles: European Views of Contemporary American Literature, Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1986, 251 pages.

193CHENETIER Marc, Beyond Suspicion : New American Fiction since 1960, translated from the French by E. Houlding, Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press ; University of Liverpool Press, 321 pages, 1996.

194CHENETIER, Marc, The Wizard of Odds : Reading Paul Auster’s Moon Palace, Paris : Didier-Erudition, 192 pages.

195CHRISTODOULIDES, Nephie, Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking: Motherhood in Sylvia Plath’s Work, Amsterdam-New York, Costerus New Series 152: Rodopi, 2005, 264 pages. Index of names and subject matter, bibliography pp.247-258.

196COELSCH-FOISNER, Sabine, Hanna Wallinger, and Gerhild Reisner, eds. Daughters of Restlessness: Women’s Literature at the End of the Millennium, Heidelberg: Winter, 1998.

197COLTELLI, Laura, Edited, Winged Words: American Indian Writers Speak. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1990.

198CORTIEL, Jeanne. Demand My Writing: Joanna Russ/Feminism/Science Fiction. Science Fiction Texts and Studies. Liverpool, UK: Liverpool UP, 1999.

199COVI, Giovanna, Jamaica Kincaid’s Prismatic Subjects: Making Sense of Being in the World. London: Mango Publishing, 2003.

200DAHLGREN, Marta, The Flouting of Point of View in Faulkner and Durrell, Vigo, Spain: Servizo de Publicacións da Universidade de Vigo, 2005, 160 pages. Bibliography pp.144-150. A review of the concept ‘point of view’, types of narrator, pragmatics and fiction. Includes an in-depth study of the narrator (s) in Faulkner’s Absalom, Absalom!

201DANIELE, Daniela, The Woman of the Crowd. Urban Displacement and Failed Encounters in Surrealist and Postmodern Writing. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2000 [Postmodern Studies 28].

202DAVIS, Rocio G. Begin Here: Asian North American Autobiographies of Childhood. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2007.

203DAVIS, Rocio G. Transcultural Reinventions: Asian American and Asian Canadian Short Story Cycles. Toronto: TSAR, 2001.

204DAVIS, Rocio G. and Sue-Im Lee, eds. Literary Gestures: The Aesthetic in Asian American Writing. Philadelphia: Temple UP, 2006.

205DAVIS, Rocio G. and Sami L. Ludwig, eds. Asian American Literature in the International Context: Readings on Fiction, Poetry, and Performance. Hamburg: LIT Verlag, 2002.

206DELVILLE, Michel and Christine PAGNOULLE, eds. The Mechanics of the Mirage: Postwar American Poetry. Li ge: L3, 2000.

207DELVILLE, Michel, and Christine PAGNOULLE. US Poetry &/In Music. New Comparative Poetics nr. 11. Brussels: Presses Interuniversitaires Européennes: Peter Lang, 2003.

208DETSI-DIAMANTI, Zoe, Early American Women Dramatists, 1780-1860, New York: Garland, 1998.

209DEVINE, Maureen. Woman and Nature: Literary Reconceptualizations. Metuchen, NJ, London: The Scarecrow Press, 1992. (now University Presses of America)

210D’HAEN, Theo and Hans BERTENS, eds., Postmodern Studies 1: Postmodern Fiction in Europe and the Americas, Amsterdam/Antwerpen: Rodopi/Restant, 1988, 208pp.

211D’HAEN, Theo and Hans BERTENS, eds., Postmodern Studies 6: Postmodern Fiction in Canada, Amsterdam: Rodopi/Antwerpen: Restant, 1992, 221pp.

212D’HAEN, Theo and Hans BERTENS, eds., Writing Nation, Writing Region in America, European Contributions to American Studies XXXIII, Amsterdam: VU Press, 1996, 271pp.

213DUMBRAV, Gabriela, The American South Re-Written. Landmarks of Southern Prose (Craiova: Universitaria Publishing House, 2005).

214EECKHOUT, Bart. Wallace Stevens and the Limits of Reading and Writing. Columbia & London: University of Missouri Press, 2002, 302 pp.

215FABI, Maria Giulia, Passing and the Rise of the African American Novel. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2001 (paperback, 2004), 187 pages. Index of names and subject matter, bibliography pp. 165-181. Selected as an Outstanding Academic Book for 2002 by CHOICE Magazine. The book uncovers the literary artistry and complexity of pre-Harlem Renaissance African American fiction (1853-1912), arguing that it radically transformed traditional representations of blackness and providing a historical overview of its critical reception. 

216FABRE, Michel, The World of Richard Wright, Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, 1985, 268 p. ISBN 0878052585.

217FABRE, Michel, Richard Wright : Books and Writers, Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, 1990, ISBN : 0878054030.

218FABRE Michel, The unfinished quest of Richard Wright; translated from the French by Isabel Barzun.Urbana : University of Illinois Press, 2nd edition, 1993, 646 p.

219FABRE, Michel, From Harlem to Paris : Black American Writers in France, 1840-1980, Urbana : University of Illinois Press, c1991., 358 p., ISBN : 025201684X.

220FABRE Michel & SKINNER, Robert E., eds, Plan B : a novel /by Chester Himes, Jackson, University Press of Mississippi, 1993, 203 p.

221FABRE, Michel, The French critical Reception of African-American literature : from the beginnings to 1970 : an annotated bibliography / compiled by Michel Fabre, with the assistance of Rosa Bobia ... [et al.]. Westport, Conn : Greenwood Press, 1995, 310 p.

222FABRE Michel and SKINNER, Robert E. eds., Conversations with Chester Himes, Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, c1995.

223FELLNER, Astrid M. Articulating Selves: Contemporary Chicana Self-Representation. Wien: Braumüller, 2002.

224FLAJšAR, Jiří. Epiphany in American Poetry. Olomouc: Univerzita Palackého [Palacky UP], 2003. ISBN 80-244-0612-8.

225GALLEGO, Mar. Passing Novels in the Harlem Renaissance: Identity Politics and Textual Strategies. Hamburg: LitVerlag, 2003, pp.214. Preface, index of chapters, bibliography. Astudy of passing novels by James Weldon Johnson, George Schuyler, Nella Larsen and Jessie Fauset taking into account strategies of double consciousness, parody, and multiple generic covers.

226GEORGOUDAKI, Ekaterini, Race, Gender and Class Perspectives in the Works of Maya Angelou, Gwendolyn Brooks, Rita Dove, Nikki Giovanni and Audre Lorde, Thessaloniki: Aristotle Univ., 1991, 252 pages. Preface by the author pp. ix-x, bibliography pp. 233-49.[The first scholarly book in Greece about black American women writers. Combining a contextual with a textual approach, it discusses both poetry and prose for adults by the five writers and poetry for children by Brooks and Giovanni.]

227GIFRA-ADROHER, Pere, Between History and Romance. Travel Writing on Spain in the Early Nineteenth-Century United States, Cranbury and London: Associated University Presses, 2000, 281 pages; index of names and subject matter, bibliography. Focusing on Washington Irving and some other lesser known authors from the 1820s and 1830s, the book analyzes the cultural role that travel writing played in the early representation of Spain in the US.

228GRABHER, Gudrun M. and Maureen Devine, eds. Women in Search of Literary Space. Tübingen: Gunter Narr Verlag, 1992.

229GRABHER, Gudrun M. and Martin Heusser (eds.): American Foundational Myths. Tübingen: Gunter Narr Verlag, 2002.

230GRABHER, Gudrun M. and Martina Antretter (eds.): Emily Dickinson at Home: Proceedings of the Third International Conference of the Emily Dickinson International Society, 12-15 August 1999. Trier: WVT, 2001.

231GRABHER, Gudrun M. et al (eds.): Silence Sichtbar: Cummings Coming Into German. Translations with Comments. Innsbruck: Institut für Sprachen und Literaturen der Universität Innsbruck, 2003.

232GRABHER, Gudrun M. et al (eds.): The Emily Dickinson Handbook. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1998.

233GRABHER, Gudrun M. (ed.): Suffering in Literature: Memorial Volume for Sepp L. Tiefenthaler (Leiden in der Literatur: Gedenkband für Sepp L. Tiefenthaler). Innsbruck: Verl. d. Inst. für Sprachwiss. d. Univ. Innsbruck, 1994. (Innsbrucker Beiträge zur Kulturwissenschaft : Sonderheft ; 88)

234GRANDT, Jurgen E., Kinds of Blue: The Jazz Aesthetic in African American Narrative. Columbus: Ohio State UP, 2004.

235HARDING, Wendy and Jacky Martin, A World of Difference: An Inter-Cultural Study of Toni Morrison’s Fiction,  Westport Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1994.
HARDING, Wendy, MARTIN, Jacky, eds., Constructions of Memory in Contemporary American Literature., Montpellier : Profils Américains, 13 (2001). 

236HELLER, Arno, Walter Hölbling, and Waldemar Zacharasiewicz, eds. Utopian Thought in American Literature: Untersuchungen zur literarischen Utopie und Dystopie in den U.S.A. Tübingen: Narr, 1988. Buchreihe zu den Arbeiten aus Anglistik und Amerikanistik, Bd. 1.

237HERMAN, Luc, ed. Approach and Avoid: Essays on Gravity’s Rainbow (Special Issue of the journal Pynchon Notes, 1998), 346 pp.

238IVANCU, Emilia, Travels with Steinbeck in Search of America (Sibiu: Imago Publishing House, 2005).

239IZZO, Donatella , Portraying the Lady.Technologies of Gender in the Short Stories of Henry James. Lincoln and London: University of Nebraska Press, 2001. viii+312 pages, with Index.​bookinfo/​4056.html

240IZZO, Donatella , Edited with Elena Spandri.‘Contact Zones’.Rewriting Genre Across the East-West Border. Napoli: Liguori, 2003. 247 pages.

241JANSSEN, Marian, The Kenyon Review1939-1970, A Critical History (Baton Rouge:Louisiana State University Press, 1990).

242JUCAN, Marius,The Complex Innocence . A Phenomenological-Hermeneutical Approach to Henry James’s Tales (Cluj-Napoca: EFES Publishing House, 2001).

243KAENEL, André: ‘Words are Things’: Herman Melville and the Invention of Authorship in Nineteenth-Century America. Berne: Peter Lang, 1992, 317 p.

244KARDUX, Johanna C., The Improper Self: Identity and Writing in Melville’s Early Work. (PhD diss. Cornell University, 1985).

245KLARER, Mario: An Introduction to Literary Studies. Routledge: London, New York, 2004. (2nd ed.)

246KOLAř, Stanislav. Seven Responses to the Holocaust in American Fiction. Ostrava: Ostravská univerzita [University of Ostrava]; Tilia Publishers, 2004. ISBN 80-7042-661-6 (University of Ostrava), ISBN 80-86101-93-2.

247KOUTSOUDAKI, Mary, The Greek Plays of Eugene O’Neill, Athens: Parousia 62, University of Athens, 2004, 223 pages. Preface, index and bibliography.

248KOUTSOUDAKI, Mary, Thornton Wilder: A Nostalgia for the Antique, Athens: Seagull Publications, 1994, 120 pages. Preface, index and bibliography.

249KOUTSOUDAKI, Mary, The Dionysiac Myth in Camus and Williams, Athens: Saripolos Library, University of Athens, 1987, 164 pages. Preface and bibliography.

250KOVACS, Ágnes Zsófia, The Function of the Imagination in the Writings of Henry James: The Production of a Civilized Experience, Lewiston*Queenston*Lampeter: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2006, 261 pages. Preface by Winfried Fluck; index of names and subject matter, bibliography pp. 243-255.

251KÖVECSES, Zoltán, Metaphor: A Practical Introduction, Oxford UP, 2002.

252KÖVECSES, Zoltán, American English: An Introduction, Peterborough, ON, Canada: Broadview P, 2000.

253Available at: and

254LEE, A.Robert and W.M.Verhoeven, eds., Making America/Making American Literature: Franklin to Cooper (Amsterdam and Atlanta, GA: Rodopi, 1996)

255van LEEUWEN, Ernst Jan, Anarchic Alchemists. Dissident Androgyny in Anglo-American Gothic Fiction from Godwin to Melville (PhD diss University of Leiden, 2006).

256LIENARD, Marie, and DIAZ, Alexi, eds. Eyes Wide Open on "A Streetcar Named Desire", Editions du Temps, 2003, 94 pages.

257LINTVELT, Jaap, Richard Saint-Gelais, Wil Verhoeven and Catherine Raffi-Beroud, eds., The Representation of Cultural Identity in the North-American Novel Since 1960: Canada, United States, Mexico (Quebec, Canada: Nota Bene, 1998)

258LOPEZ RODRIGUEZ, Miriam & Mª Dolores Narbona Carrión, eds. Women’s Contribution to Nineteenth-Century American Theatre. Valencia: Universitat deValència, 2004. Number of pages: 183. Collection of 12 essays illustrating the multiple aspects of women’s contributions to nineteenth-century American drama. Together with female playwrights, the volume includes women in other dramatic activities such as actresses, managers, and critics.

259LUDWIG, Sämi and Davis, Rocío, eds. Asian American Literature in the International Context: Readings on Fiction, Poetry, and Performance. Münster: LIT Verlag, second edition, 2004.

260LUDWIG, Sämi. Pragmatist Realism: The Cognitive Paradigm in American Realist Texts. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2002.

261LUDWIG, Sämi. Concrete Language: Intercultural Communication in Maxine Hong Kingston’s The Woman Warrior and Ishmael Reed’s Mumbo Jumbo. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 1996.

262MADSEN, Deborah, ed. Asian American Writers, Dictionary of Literary Biography, vol. 312. Detroit: Thomson Gale, 2005.

263MADSEN, Deborah, ed. Beyond the Borders: American Literature and Post-Colonial Theory. London: Pluto Press, 2003.

264MADSEN, Deborah, Feminist Theory and Literary Practice. London: Pluto Press, 2000. Chinese edition, ed. Jin Li, Beijing: Foreign Language and Teaching and Research Press, 2006.

265MADSEN, Deborah, ed. Post-Colonial Literatures: Expanding the Canon. London: Pluto Press, 1999.

266MADSEN, Deborah, American Exceptionalism. Edinburgh & London: Edinburgh University Press; Jackson, MS: University of Mississippi Press, 1998.

267MADSEN, Deborah, Allegory in America: From Puritanism to Postmodernism. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 1996.

268MADSEN, Deborah, The Postmodernist Allegories of Thomas Pynchon. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, New York: St Martin’s Press, 1991.

269MADSEN, Deborah, Postmodernism: A Bibliography, 1926-1994, Postmodern Studies 12. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1995.

270MAEDER, Beverly. Wallace Stevens’ Experimental Language: The Lion in the Lute. New York: St. Martin’s Press; London: Macmillan, 1999. (257 pp.)

271MAEDER, Beverly, ed. Representing Realities: Essays on American Literature, Art and Culture. SPELL 16. TŸbingen: Gunter Narr, 2003.

272MAEDER, Beverly, Ilona Sigrist, JŸrg Schwyter, and Boris Vejdovsky, eds. The Seeming and the Seen: Essays in Modern Literary and Visual Culture. Bern: Peter Lang, 2006.

273MAGSTADTOVA, Stepánka. To Reap a Bountiful Harvest: Czech Immigration Beyond theMississippi, 1850-1900. Iowa City: Rudi Publishing, 1993. ISBN 09-452-1307-7

274MANZANAS, Ana & Jesus Benito, Intercultural Mediations: Hybridity and Mimesis in American Literatures. Berlin: LIT. Verlag, 2003.

275MARIANI, Giorgio, Spectacular Narratives: Representations of Class and War in Stephen Crane and American Popular Literature of the 1890’s. New York: Peter Lang, 1992. 184 pages, with Index and Bibliography.

276MARIANI, Giorgio, Post-tribal Epics: The Native American Novel Between Tradition and Modernity. Lewiston, N.Y.: The Edwin Mellen Press, 1996. ix+260 pages, with Index and Bibliography.

277MARIANI, Giorgio, Edited with Sonia Di Loreto, Carlo Martinez, Anna Scannavini, Igina Tattoni. Emerson at 200. Proceedings of the Emerson 2003 Rome Conference. Rome: Aracne Editrice, 2004.

278MARINO, Elisabetta, Edited with Begoña Simal, Transnational, National, and Personal Voices: New Perspectives on Asian American and Asian Diasporic Writers. Münster: LIT Verlag, 2004.

279MEIGS, Mark, Mencken, Paris: Atlande, 2004.

280MINDRA, Mihai, Strategists of Assimilation: Abraham Cahan, Mary Antin, Anzia Yezierska (Bucharest: The Romanian Academy Publishing House. 2003).

281MINDRA, Mihai, The Phenomenology of the Novel (Iasi: The European Institute, 2002).

282MITRANO, Mena, Gertrude Stein: Woman without Qualities.Aldershot-Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2005.

283MOORE, Gene ed., Faulkner’s Indians, A Special Issue of the Faulkner Journal 18:1&2 (Fall/Spring 2003)

284MÜLLER-ZETTELMANN, Eva and Margarete Rubik, eds. Theory Into Poetry. New Approaches to the Lyric. Amsterdam: Rudopi, 2005.

285OLIVER-ROTGER, Maria Antònia, Battlegrounds and Crossroads: Social and Imaginary Space in Writings by Chicanas, Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 2003, 408pages. Index of names and subject matter, bibliography, pp. 383-402. The book inquires into the relationship between intimate and public spaces in Chicana literature.

286OLTEAN, Roxana, Spaces of Utopia in the Writings of Henry James (Bucharest: University of Bucharest Press, 2005).

287OLTEAN, Roxana. Eternal America. Henry James and the Globalizing Imagination. Bucharest: The University of Bucharest Press, 2007.

288OOSTDIJK, Diederik, Karl Shapiro and Poetry: A Magazine of Verse (1950-1955) (PhD diss. Radboud University, Nijmegen, 2000).

289OOSTDIJK, Diederik and Markha G. Valenta, eds., Tales of the Great American Victory: World War II in politics and poetics (Amsterdam: VU University Press, 2006).

290OZIEBLO, Barbara & Miriam López-Rodríguez, eds. Staging a Cultural Paradigm: The Political and the Personal in American Drama. Brussels: P.I.E.-Peter Lang, 2002. Number of pages: 377.

291OZIEBLO, Barbara & María Dolores Narbona Carrión, eds. Codifying the National Self: Spectators, Actors and the American Dramatic Text. Brussels: P.I.E.-Peter Lang, 2006. Number of pages: 299.

292PALLEAU-PAPIN, Françoise, Reading Patricia Eakins: A Collective Volume of Essays on Patricia Eakins, with Excerpts from her Fiction, University Press of Orléans, France, 2002.

293PARFAIT, Claire, The Publishing History of Uncle Tom’s Cabin, 1852-2002, Ashgate, Aldershot, Hampshire UK / Burlington, Vermont, USA, forthcoming, 2007.

294PASTOURMATZI, Domna, ed., Biotechnological and Medical Themes in Science Fiction, Thessaloniki: University Studio Press, 2002, 512 pages. Index of names.

295PATSALIDIS, Savvas and Elsie SAKELLARIDOU, eds., Issue entitled “Theatre(s) in the Age of New Technologies”, Gramma: A Journal of Theory and Criticism, Volume 10: 2002.

296PATSALIDIS, Savvas and Elsie SAKELLARIDOU, eds., (Dis)Placing Classical Greek Theatre, Thessaloniki: University Studio Press, 1999.

297PEARSON, Roberta and William Uricchio, eds.,The Many Lives of Batman (London: BFI, 1991; New York: Routlegde, 1991)

298PEROSA, Sergio, American Theories of the Novel: 1793-1903. New York: New York University Press, 1983 [The Gotham Library]. A study of the origin, growth, and interaction of American theories of the novel in the nineteeth century, from H. H. Brackenridge to H. James, mostly concerned with their historical development: from theories of the American novel to American theories of the novel in its full right.

299PEROSA, Sergio, From Islands to Portraits. Amsterdam: IOS Press, 2000 [IVSLA Series]. Four variations on ’The Language of Islands’, ’The Island as Woman’, ’Death by Water’, and ’Killing Portraits’, in which canonical American writers such as Poe, Hawthorne, Melville, Stephen Crane, Henry James, as well as postmodern authors, feature prominently, in connection with English, European, and postcolonial authors.

300PIKET, Vincent, Louis Auchincloss: The Growth of a Novelist (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1991).

301POSPIPIL, Tomás. Progressive Era in American Historical Fiction: Dos Passos’ 42nd Parallel and Doctorow’s Ragtime. Brno: Masarykova univerzita,1998. ISBN 80-210-1748-1.

302PRAJZNEROVA, Katerina. Cultural Intermarriage in Southern Appalachia: Cherokee Elements in Four Selected Novels by Lee Smith. New York:Routledge, 2003. ISBN 04-159-4587-9

303PROCHAZKA, Martin, Justin Quinn, Hana Ulmanová, and Erik Roraback. Lectures on American Literature. Praha: Univerzita Karlova, 2002. ISBN 80-246-0358-6.

304PUGLISI, Floriana, Transgressing Boundaries: A Geography of Anne Sexton’s Spirituality. Torino: Otto, 2006.

305PULITANO, Elvira, Toward a Native American Critical Theory. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2003. 233 pages.

306QUENDLER, Christian. From Romantic Irony to Postmodernist Metafiction : A Contribution to the History of Literary Self-Reflexivity in Its Philosophical Context. Frankfurt am Main–New York: P. Lang, 2001.

307RAGUET-BOUVART, Christine & WURST, Gayle, eds, Sounding the Depths, Water as Metaphor in North American Literatures, L3 , Liège : Language and Literature, , Université de Liège, Belgique, 1998.

308RAPATZIKOU, Tatiani G., Gothic Motifs in the Fiction of William Gibson, Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi Editions, 2004, 253 pages. Index of names, titles and terms, biliography pp.231-243. [focuses on the visual elements in William Gibson’s work, suggesting how his extraordinary mindscapes are locatable in terms of both gothic and the graphic novel traditions.Website:​functions/​search.asp?BookId=PMS+36]

309RAPATZIKOU, Tatiani G., editor, American Poetry in Greece, Thessaloniki: Hellenic Association for American Studies, 2006, 154 pages. Introduction by T.G.Rapatzikou; index of names, titles and terms, bibliography pp.33-34, 48, 60-62, 74-75, 85-86, 90-91, 102-103, 118-119, 132. [Acquaints the wider Greek-reading public with the literary movements and trends that have prevailed in the American poetic production throughout the twentieth century.]

310RAPATZIKOU, Tatiani G., editor, Anglo-American Perceptions of Hellenism, Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press, forthcoming, 350-400 pages approximately. Introduction by T.G.Rapatzikou; index of names, titles and terms, bibliography pp. titles provided at the end of every article. [Explores the ways in which Hellenic culture has been appropriated, re-contextualized and re-considered in the works produced by a number of English and American writers and artists throughout the 18th, 19th and the 20th centuries].

311REHDER, Robert, The Poetry Of Wallace Stevens. London, Macmillan, 1987).

312REHDER, Robert, Stevens, Williams, Crane And The Motive For Metaphor. London: Macmillan Palgrave, 2004.

313REHDER, Robert & Patrick Vincent, eds. American Poetry: Whitman to the Present. Tübingen: Gunter Narr, 2005.

314REITH, Nicole E., Walking on the Waves of Sound. Aspects of Orality in the Writings of Zora Neale Hurston (PhD diss University of Amsterdam, 1997)

315RIEPMA, Anne Sophie, Fire and Fiction: Augusta Jane Evans in Context (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2000).

316ROBINSON, Alan, Symbol to Vortex: Poetry, Painting and Ideas, 1885-1914 (New York: St Martin’s Press, 1985).

317ROBINSON, Alan, Imagining London, 1770-1900 (Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004).

318ROZA, Mathilde, Following Strangers: The Life and Literary Career of Robert Myron Coates (1897-1973) (PhD diss. Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, 2005).

319RUBIK, Margarete and Elke Mettinger-Schartmann, eds. (Dis)Continuities: Trends and Traditions in Contemporary Theatre and Drama in English. Contemporary Drama in English, Vol. 9. Trier: WTV 2002.

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321RUBIN, Derek, Who We Are: On Being (and Not Being) a Jewish American Writer (New York: Schocken, 2005).

322SAKELLIOU-SCHULTZ, Liana, Denise Levertov: An Annotated Primary and Secondary Bibliography, New York: Garland, 1988, 340 pages. With an Introduction, 5 Appendices, and an Author and Subject Index.

323SAKELLIOU-SCHULTZ, Liana, Feminist Criticism of American Women Poets: An Annotated Bibliography 1975-1993,New York: Garland, 1994, 333 pages. With an Introduction, an Author Index, and a Name and Subject Index.

324SAKELLIOU, Liana, Levertov’ s Poetry of Revelation, 1988-1998: The Mosaic of Nature and Spirit, Athens: Typothito, 1999, 266 pages. With an Introduction, an Epilogue, 4 Chapters, an Annotated Bibliography, and a Name and Subject Index. [On Levertov’s 10 last collections of poetry.]

325SCHEER-SCHÄTZLER, Brigitte: Immigrant Stories. New Fiction by New Writers: Lehrheft. Berlin: Cornelsen,1996.

326SCHEER-SCHÄTZLER, Brigitte (ed.): Her Own Story. Short Stories by Women from Different Cultures. Berlin: Cornelsen-Velhagen und Klasing, 1991.

327SCHEER-SCHÄTZLER, Brigitte (ed.): Immigrant Stories. New Fiction by New Writers. Berlin: Cornelsen, 1996.

328SCHEER-SCHÄTZLER, Brigitte (ed.): Wanting America. Stories by Bharati Mukherjee. Stuttgart: Reclam, 1995.

329SCHEER-SCHÄTZLER, Brigitte (ed.): Women’s Fantastic Adventures. An Anthology of Stories by Contemporary Women Writers. Stuttgart: Reclam, 1991.

330SCHOFIELD, Don, Ed., Kindled Terraces: American Poets in Greece, Truman State University Press, 2004, 240 pages. Introduction by editor and introductions by each poet.

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332SCHWEIGHAUSER, Philipp, Paula Bernat Bennett, & Karen Kilcup, eds. Options for Teaching Nineteenth-Century American Poetry. New York: MLA, 2006.

333SPECQ François, Transcendence: Seekers and Seers in the Age of Thoreau. Higganum (Connecticut): Higganum Hill Books, 2006. 229 pages.

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335TROSHANI, Flutur. ‘Structured Chaos’: Postmodern Metaphor and the Modernist Heritage. Shkoder, Albania: Camaj-Pipa, 2006.

336UNALI, Lina, Edited, Talk-Story in Chinatown and Away. Rome: Sun Moon Lake, 1998.

337VERHOEVEN, Wil ed., Rewriting the Dream: Reflection on the Changing American Literary Canon (Amsterdam and Atlanta, GA: Rodopi, 1992).

338VERHOEVEN, W.M. ed., James Fenimore Cooper: New Historical and Literary Contexts (Amsterdam and Atlanta, GA: Rodopi, 1993)

339VISSER, Irene, Compassion in Faulkner’s Works (Lewiston, NY: Edward Mellen Press, 1996)

340VERWAAIJEN, R.W.M., Alfred Kazin: Selfhood in America (PhD diss University of Nijmegen, 1997).

341WILBERS, Usha Enterprise in the Service of Art: A Critical History of The Paris Review, 1953-1973 (PhD diss. Radboud University, Nijmegen, 2006).

342Wallinger, Hanna. Pauline E. Hopkins: A Literary Biography. Athens: U of Georgia Press, 2005.

343ZACHARASIEWICZ, Waldemar, and F. K. Stanzel, eds. Encounters and Explorations: Canadian Writers and European Critics, Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann 1986.

344ZACHARASIEWICZ, Waldemar, ed. Faulkner, His Contemporaries, and His Posterity, ed. with a preface and introduction (Transatlantic Perspectives 2), Tübingen: Stauffenburg/Francke 1993.

345ZACHARASIEWICZ, Waldemar, ed. Images of Central Europe in Travelogues and Fiction by North American Writers, ed. with a preface and an introduction (Transatlantic Perspectives 6), Tübingen: Stauffenburg 1995.

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346BAK, Hans,, Frits van Holthoon, and Hans Krabbendam, eds. Social and Secure? Politics and Culture of the Welfare State: A Comparative Inquiry (Amsterdam: VU University Press, 1996)

347BAK, Hans,, ed., First Nations of North America: Politics and Representation (Amsterdam: VU University Press, 2005).

348van de BILT, Eduard F., Becoming John Adams: The Making of a Great American in Leiden, 1780-1782 (Leiden: Pieterskerk Foundation, 2005)

349GOUDA, Frances with Thijs Brocades Zaalberg, American Visions of the Netherlands East Indies/Indonesia: US Foreign Policy and Indonesian Nationalism, 1920-1949 (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2002).

350HALKIAS, Alexandra, The Empty Cradle of Democracy: Sex, Abortion and Nationalism in Modern Greece, Durham, North Carolina, Duke University Press, 2004

351HEFFER Jean & ROVET Janine, eds., Why is there no Socialism in the United State ? Pourquoi n’y a-t-il pas de socialisme aux Etats-Unis?, Paris : Editions de l’Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, 1988, 318 p.

352KAENEL, André, ed., Anti-Communism and McCarthyism in the United States (1946-1954): Essays on the Politics and Culture of the Cold War, Paris: Messène, 1995, 190 p.

353KROES, Rob, ed., Neo-conservatism: Its Emergence in the USA and Europe (Amsterdam VU Uitgeverij, 1984).

354KROES, Rob,, and Eduard van de Bilt, eds., The U.S. Constitution: After 200 Years (Amsterdam: VU University Press, 1988).

355LACORNE, Denis, RUPNIK, Jacques & TOINET, M.F., eds., The Rise and Fall of Anti-Americanism. A Century of French Perception, London, Macmillan; New York St Martins, 1990.

356LACORNE, Denis, & JUDT, Tony, eds., Language, Nation and State. Identity Politics in a Multilingual Age, New York : Palgrave, 2004.

357LACORNE, Denis & JUDT, Tony, eds., With US or Against US. Studies in Global Anti-Americanism, New York : Palgrave, 2005.

358van LEEUWEN, Marianne, Americans and the Palestinian Question: The US Public Debate on Palestinian Nationhood, 1973-1988 (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1993).

359MEGENS, Catharina Maria, American Aid to NATO Allies in the 1950s: The Dutch Case (PhD. Diss. University of Amsterdam, 1994).

360van MINNEN, Cornelis A., ed., The Decolonization of Indonesia. International Perspectives (Middelburg: Roosevelt Study Center Publications, 1988).

361van MINNEN, Cornelis A. and Rio D. Praaning, eds., The European Democratic Left and the Atlantic ALLIANCE (Middelburg: Roosevelt Study Center Publications, 1989).

362van MINNEN, Cornelis A. and John F. Sears, eds., FDR and His Contemporaries: Foreign Perceptions of an American President (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1992).

363van MINNEN, Cornelis A., ed., A Transatlantic Friendship: Addresses by Queen Wilhelmina, Queen Juliana and Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands to the Joint Sessions of the United States Congress (Middelburg: Roosevelt Study Center Publications, 1992).

364van MINNEN, Cornelis A., American Diplomats in the Netherlands 1815-1850 (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1993).

365van MINNEN, Cornelis A. and David K. Adams, eds., Reflections on American Exceptionalism (Keele: Ryburn Publishing, Keele University Press, 1994).

366van MINNEN, Cornelis A., ed., Remembering Franklin D. Roosevelt 1882-1945. A Celebration of His Life and Legacy (Middelburg: Roosevelt Study Center Publications, 1995).

367WAGNLEITNER, Reinhold and Elaine Tyler May, eds. Here, There and Everywhere: The Foreign Politics of American Popular Culture. Hanover, NH: UP of New England, 2000.

368WAGNLEITNER, Reinhold. Coca-Colonization and the Cold War: The Cultural Mission of the United States in Austria after the Second World War. Chapel Hill: U of North Carolina P, 1994. 2nd ed. 2001.

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369DEBOUZY Marianne,ed., In the Shadow of the Statue of Liberty : Immigrants, Workers, and Citizens in the American Republic, 1880-1920, Urbana : University of Illinois Press, 1992, 320 p.

370GHENT URBAN STUDIES TEAM, auth. & ed. The Urban Condition: Space, Community, and Self in the Contemporary Metropolis. Rotterdam: 010 Publishers, 1999, 448 pp. [A book in two distinct parts, the first one a multidisciplinary survey of contemporary conceptualizations of the Western urban landscape authored collectively by GUST, the second a collection of international case studies from a wide range of disciplines edited by GUST. Translated into Chinese, 2005.]

371GHENT URBAN STUDIES TEAM, ed. Post Ex Sub Dis: Urban Fragmentations and Constructions. Rotterdam: 010 Publishers, 2002, 311 pp. [A collection of essays on the contemporary urban landscape by some of the most prominent international specialists in the realms of architecture and urban planning, geography, history, cultural studies, literature & literary criticism, art history, and political theory.]

372GREEN, Nancy L., Ready-to-wear and ready-to-work : A century of industry and immigrants in Paris and New York, Durham : Duke University Press, 1997, 426 p..ISBN: 0822318849.

373GREEN, Nancy L. & WEIL, François, eds., Citizenship and Those Who Leave: The Politics of Emigration and Expatriation, Urbana: University of Illinois Press, exp. February 2007, 296 p.

374KENNEDY-DUBOURDIEU, Elaine, ed., Race and Inequality, World Perspectives on Affirmative Action, Aldershot (England) Ashgate, 2006, 200p.

375KOOIJMAN, Jaap … And the Pursuit of National Health: The Incremental Strategy Toward National Health Insurance in the United States of America (Amsterdam-Atlanta, GA: Rodopi, 1999).

376KRABBENDAM, Hans and Hans-Martien ten Napel, eds., Regulating Morality: A Comparison of the Role of the State in Mastering the Mores in the Netherlands and the United States (Antwerpen/Apeldoorn: Maklu, 2000).

377KRABBENDAM, Hans, Marja Roholl, and Tity de Vries, eds., The American Metropolis: Image and Inspiration. (Amsterdam: VU University Press, 2001).

378KRABBENDAM, Hans and Derek Rubin, eds., Religion in America: European and American Perspectives. (Amsterdam: VU University Press, 2004).

379KROES, Rob, and Jan Berting, eds., Human Rights in a Pluralist World: Individuals and Collectivities (Westport CT, Meckler, 1990).

380LOUIS, Jeanne Henriette, ed., Separation from the World for American Peace Churches, asset or handicap?, Sessions Book Trust 1997, 62 p.

381MICHAUD, Marie- Christine, From Steel tracks to Gold-Paved Streets. the Italian Immigrants and the Railroad in the North central States, Center for Migration Studies, New York, 2005.

382RICARD ,Serge , The Mass Media in America since 1945 : An Overview, Paris : Armand Colin-Coll. U/Langues, 1998, 160 p.

383ROMERO, Federico, The United States and the European Trade Union Movement 1944-1951. Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press, 1993: out of print, available online at​books/​T-1274.html. 305 pages, with Index and Bibliography.

384ROMERO, Federico, Edited with Silvio Pons, Reinterpreting the End of the Cold War. London: Frank Cass, 2005. 237 pages, with Index.

385RUSSO, John Paul, The Future without a Past. The Humanities in a Technological Society. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 2005.

386SPRINGER, Robert, Authentic Blues, Lewiston N.Y.: The Edwin Mellen Press,1995.

387SPRINGER, Robert, ed., The Lyrics in African American Popular Music, Bern and New York: Peter Lang, 2001.

388SPRINGER Robert, ed., Nobody Knows Where the Blues Come From: Lyrics and History, Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2006.


389BAHN-COBLANS, Sonja and Arno Heller: William Greaves "Just Doin’ It": An Analysis. Trier: WVT, 1997.

390DELANEY, Kate and Ruud Janssens, eds., Over (T)here: Transatlantic Essays in Honor of KROES, Rob, (Amsterdam: VU University Press, 2005).

391D’HAEN, Theo, Paul Giles, Djelal Kadir, and Lois Parkinson Zamora, eds., How Far is America From Here? Selected Proceedings of the First World Congress of the International American Studies Association 22-24 May 2003 (Amsterdam/New York: 2005).

392ENGEL, Georg et al. (eds.): Britain and America: Images and Perspectives. Berlin: Cornelsen, 1997.

393KALOGERAS, Yiorgos, ed, Haremlik: Some Pages from the Life of Turkish Women, (1909), by Demetra Vaka Brown, Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press, 2004, pp. 275. Introduction to the series pp.i-iv; Introduction to the reprint by Kalogeras pp.v-xxv. [The book appeared in the series published by Gorgias Press and entitled “Cultures in Dialogue.” The series returns to print sources by women writers from the East and West. For more information visit]

394KALOGERAS, Yiorgos, ed, The Unveiled Ladies of Istanbul (Stamboul), (1923), by Demetra Vaka Brown, Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press, 2005, pp. 261. Introduction to the series pp.i-iv; Introduction to the reprint by Kalogeras pp.v-xxx. [The book appeared in the series published by Gorgias Press and entitled “Cultures in Dialogue.” The series returns to print sources by women writers from the East and West. For more information visit]

395KALOGERAS, Yiorgos, Eleftheria ARAPOGLOU and Linda MANNEY, eds., Transcultural Localisms: Responding to Ethnicity in a Globalized World, Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2006, 280 pages. Introduction by Kalogeras, Arapoglou and Manney pp. vii-xiii, bibliography following each article, ISBN: 3-8253-5226-9. [The 136th volume of the publishers’ American Studies Monograph Series and presents original research from the 4th MESEA conference, entitled “Ethnic Communities in Democratic Societies,” which took place in May 2004, in Thessaloniki, Greece.]

396KRABBENDAM, Hans and Jaap Verheul, eds., Through the Cultural Looking Glass: American Studies in Transcultural Perspective. (Amsterdam: VU University Press, 1999).

397KRABBENDAM, Hans and Larry Wagenaar, eds.,The Dutch-American Experience: Essays in Honor of Robert P. Swierenga (Amsterdam: VU University Press, 2000).

398KROES, Rob, and Marc Chénetier, eds., Impressions of a Gilded Age: The American Fin de Siècle (Amsterdam: Amerika Instituut, 1983).

399KROES, Rob,, ed., Nineteen Eighty-Four and the Apocalyptic Imagination in America (Amsterdam VU Uitgeverij, 1985).

400KROES, Rob, and Maarten van Rossem, eds., Anti-Americanism in Europe (Amsterdam VU Uitgeverij, 1986).

401KROES, Rob,, Heinz Ickstadt and Brian Lee, eds., The Thirties: Politics and Culture in a Time of Broken Dreams (Amsterdam VU Uitgeverij, 1987).

402KROES, Rob, and Christina Giorcelli, eds., Living with America 1946-1996 (Amsterdam: VU University Press, 1997)

403KROES, Rob,, ed., Predecessors: Intellectual Lineages in American Studies (Amsterdam: VU University Press, 1999).

404KROES, Rob,, Them and Us: Questions of Citizenship in a Globalizing World (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2000).

405KROES, Rob,, ed., Straddling Borders: The American Resonance in Transnational Identities (Amsterdam: VU University Press, 2004).

406MACCARINI, Roberto, editor, Ways of Remembering. Revisiting North American Sources and Documents: Canada and the United States, with an Introduction by Valeria Gennaro Lerda, Milano, Selene, October 2005, pp.218, ISBN 88-7849-008-6.

407van MINNEN, Cornelis A., ed., A Bouquet from the Netherlands. Liber Amicorum Presented to Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. on the Occasion of His Seventieth Birthday (Middelburg: Roosevelt Study Center Publications, 1987).

408van MINNEN, Cornelis A., ed., Ten More Years! A Celebration of the Roosevelt Study Center’s Tenth Anniversary (Middelburg: Roosevelt Study Center Publications, 1997).   

409SAVIN, Ada, ed. Journey into Otherness: Essays in North American History, Culture and Literature, Amsterdam : VU University Press, 2005.

410STEINER, Dorothea, and Thomas Hartl, eds. American Studies and Peace: Proceedings of the 25th AAAS Conference (Nov. 5-7, 1999, Salzburg, Schloss Leopoldskron). Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2001.

411J. VOOGT, The War in Vietnam: The View from a Southern Community (PhD diss. Leiden University, 2005).

412T. de VRIES ed., Dynamics of Modernization: European-American Comparisons and Perceptions (Amsterdam: VU University Press, 1998).

413ZACHARAZIEWICZ, Waldemar, and Fritz-Peter Kirsch, eds. Kanada und die USA – Interkulturelle Perpektiven / Aspects of Interculturality – Canada and the United States / Perspectives interculturelles – Le Canada et les États-Unis (Proceedings of an international symposium organized and convened in Vienna in April 2000). Wien: Kanada-Zentrum der Universität Wien 2002.

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