Issue 28: Spring 2012

Note from the Editors


The American Transcendentalists: A Religious Historiography
Daniel Dillard (Florida State University)

Late DeLillo, Finance Capital and Mourning from The Body Artist to Point Omega
Dr Alessandra De Marco (Independent Scholar)

East is (not) East: the Strange Authorial Psychogeography of Bret Easton Ellis
Alison Lutton (St Hughs College, Oxford)

The truth of our scattering: (Post)Human Complexity in Richard Powers’ The Echo Maker
Nicola Brindley (Keele University)



Thomas Borstelmann: The 1970s: A New Global History from Civil Rights to Economic Inequality
Nick Blackbourn (University of St Andrews)

Elif S. Armbruster: Domestic Biographies: Stowe, Howells, James, and Wharton at Home
Natalie Aikens (University of Mississippi)

Lawrence A. Scaff: Max Weber in America
Dr John Barnhill (Independent Scholar)

David Courtwright: No Right Turn: Conservative Politics in a Liberal America
Bart Verhoeven (University of Nottingham)

G. John Ikenberry: Liberal Leviathan: The Origins, Crisis, and Transformation of the American World Order
Steven M. George (Columbus State Community College)

Rachel St. John: Line in the Sand: A History of the Western U.S.-Mexico Border
Ignacio Martínez (University of Arizona)


(Dir.) Jon Bowermaster: SoLa: Louisiana Water Stories
Dr. Caryn E. Neumann (Miami University of Ohio)

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