Global Perspectives on the United States : Pro-Americanism, Anti-Americanism, and the Discourses Between Hardback
Edited by Virginia Dominguez, Jane Desmond
Part of the Global Studies of the United States series
This daring collaborative effort showcases dialogues between international scholars engaged with the United States from abroad.
The writers investigate the analytic methods and choices that label certain talk, images, behaviors, and allusions as "American" and how to read the data on such material.
The editors present the essays in pairs that overlap in theme or region.
Each author subsequently comments on the other's work.
A third scholar or team of scholars from a different discipline or geographic location then provides another level of analysis.
Contributors: Andrzej Antoszek, Sophia Balakian, Zsofia Ban, Sabine Broeck, Ian Condry, Kate Delaney, Jane C.
Desmond, Virginia R. Dominguez, Ira Dworkin, Richard Ellis, Guillermo Ibarra, Seyed Mohammad Marandi, Giorgio Mariani, Ana Mauad, Loes Nas, Edward Schatz, Manar Shorbagy, Kristin Solli, Amy Spellacy, and Michael Titlestad.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 352 pages
- Publisher: University of Illinois Press
- Publication Date: 15/04/2017
- Category: Popular culture
- ISBN: 9780252040832