Re-Mapping the Transnational:
A Dartmouth Series in American Studies

Series Editor: Donald E. Pease
Acquisitions Editor: Richard Pult

he emergence of Transnational American Studies in the wake of the Cold War marks the most significant reconfiguration of American Studies since its inception. The shock waves generated by a newly globalized world order demanded an understanding of America’s embeddedness within global and local processes rather than scholarly reaffirmations of its splendid isolation. The series Re-Mapping the Transnational seeks to foster the cross-national dialogues needed to sustain the vitality of this emergent field. To advance a truly comparativist understanding of this scholarly endeavor, Dartmouth College Press welcomes monographs from scholars both inside and outside the United States.

(by title)
Afterlives of Modernism Liberalism, Transnationalism, and Political Critique Rowe, John Carlos
An American Body | Politic A Deleuzian Approach Herzogenrath, Bernd
The Black Pacific Narrative Geographic Imaginings of Race and Empire between the World Wars Taketani, Etsuko
Dwelling in American Dissent, Empire, and Globalization Muthyala, John
Empire of Liberty Power, Desire, and Freedom Bogues, Anthony
Horizons of Enchantment Essays in the American Imaginary Johannessen, Lene M.
The Imaginary and Its Worlds American Studies after the Transnational Turn Bieger, Laura, Ramón Saldívar, and Johannes Voelz, eds.
A More Conservative Place Intellectual Culture in the Bush Era Bové, Paul A.
Prison Area, Independence Valley American Paradoxes in Political Life and Popular Culture Kroes, Rob
Re-Framing the Transnational Turn in American Studies Fluck, Winfried, and Donald E. Pease, John Carlos Rowe, eds.
Shock and Awe American Exceptionalism and the Imperatives of the Spectacle in Mark Twain’s A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court Spanos, William V.
Transcendental Resistance The New Americanists and Emerson's Challenge Voelz, Johannes

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