AMERICANA – Vol. V., No. 2., Fall 2009

Cover of Volume V, No. 2, Fall 2009 We are happy to announce that Volume V, Number 2, Fall 2009 is now available online! This special issue is the proceedings of the biennial conference of the Hungarian Association of American Studies, held in Szeged in October 2008. The collection of essays range from a discussion of stigma narratives in American literature to surfictional intratextuality, from tackling the relationship of American cinema and American Studies to Stephen King, from issues of Americanization and the publication of American literary texts in Romania to Edith Wharton and Mary Jamison, and from the colonization of Oregon and the investigation of American financial involvement in the Central Europe of 1920 to Native American discovery narratives. The cover art of the new AMERICANA issue is designed by Mihály Orodán, MA student at the Department of American Studies, University of Szeged, Hungary.

Read Volume V, Number 2, Fall 2009 here.