The volume explores the state of contemporary American Studies in the light of recent developments and currently emerging perspectives of research. Featuring contributions by leading American Studies scholars from the German-speaking world, the collection of essays represents a broad spectrum of thematic, theoretical and methodological approaches that constitute major research agendas within current American Studies. It also includes contributions by renowned colleagues from the U.S. which provide a transatlantic framework of scholarly debate. In line with the original, dialogic conference format, the volume is organized around central topics covered by main papers and shorter response papers. While the essays position American Studies in Germany in its transnational contexts, they also highlight its distinct contribution to the global field of American Studies in the early 21st century.

 
 
 

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Werner Sollors in: Amerikastudien / American Studies, 61.4 (2016), URL:http://dgfa.de/american-studies-today-new-research-agendas-eds-winfried-fluck-erik-redling-sabine-sielke-and-hubert-zapf-heidelberg-winter-2014-american-studies-monograph-series-no-23

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Georgiana Banita in: Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, Vol. 65.1 (2017), 107ff

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Pascal Fischer in: Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen, 253. Bd., 168. Jg. 1/2016, 206f

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