Issue 29: Summer 2012

A note from the Editors


Esmeralda Santiago – The power of memories in rewriting History
Anabela Alves (University of Coimbra)

Big Spy Country: Film and the U.S.-Canada Borderlands during the Second World War
Dominique Bregent-Heald (Memorial University of Newfoundland)

The White Russians are Coming!
Sudipto Sanyal (Bowling Green State University)

‘Process Poem’ or ‘Completed Edifice’?: The Twentieth-Century American Epic in the Twenty-first-Century Digital Age
Dr. Oliver Mort (Independent scholar)



Chris Den Hartog and Nathan W. Monroe. Agenda Setting in the U.S. Senate: Costly Consideration and Majority Party Advantage
Patrick Andelic (St. Anne’s College, Oxford)

Frank Costigliola. Roosevelt’s Lost Alliances: How Personal Politics Helped Start the Cold War
Steven George (Columbus State Community College)

Irwin L. Morris. The American Presidency: An Analytical Approach
Sean J. McLaughlin (Trent University)

Mario T. Garcia and Sal Castro. Blowout!: Sal Castro & the Chicano Struggle for Education
Niamh McNamara (University College Cork)

Reka M. Cristian. Cultural Vistas and Sites of Identity: Essays on Literature, Film and American Studies
Livia K. Szelpal (Central European University, Budapest)

Colin Harrison. American Culture in the 1990s
Christopher Vardy (University of Manchester)


(Dir.) Gage and Gage. From The Ground Up and (Dir.) Makepeace. We Still Live Here (As Nutayunean)
James Harvey-Davitt (University of Nottingham)

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