Research Center for the Americas

Organisational unit: Research Group

  1. 2018
  2. 2017
  3. Martínez, A. M. (2017). Religion. In D. R. Vargas, L. La Fountain-Stokes, & N. R. Mirabel (Eds.), Keywords for Latino Studies (pp. 192-196). New York University Press.
  4. Foley, M. S. (2017). No Nukes and Front Porch Politics: environmental Protest Culture and Practice on the Second Cold War Home Front. In M. Klimke, E. Conze, & J. Varon (Eds.), Nuclear Threats, Nuclear Fear and the Cold War of the 1980s (pp. 186-205). Cambridge University Press.
  5. Jelfs, T. (2017). Dionysian Men: Narrative Culture and the Gendered Crisis of Political Action in the post-9/11 Era. Paper presented at Staging 21st Century American Crises, Valencia, Spain.
  6. 2016
  7. Thompson, M. (2016). "New Sweden". In Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia Camden, New Jersey, USA.
  8. Verhoeven, W. (2016). ‘The War of Systems’: Print Capitalism and the Birth of Political Modernity in Britain, 1789 1802. In M. Butler, A. Hausmann, & A. Kirchhofer (Eds.), Precarious Alliances : Cultures of Participation in Print and Other Media (pp. 183-206). (Cultural and Media Studies). Bielefeld, Germany: Transcript.
  9. Jelfs, T. (2016). "A different kind of action in necessary": Action, Violence, and the Post-9/11 United States in Nicholson Baker's Checkpoint. In A. Gilroy, & M. Messmer (Eds.), America: Justice, Conflict, War : European Views of the United States (Vol. 8, pp. 151-169). Universitätsverlag C. Winter.
  10. Gilroy, A., & Messmer, M. (Eds.) (2016). America: Justice, Conflict, War. (European Views of the United States; Vol. 8). Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag C. Winter.
  11. Gilroy, A., & Messmer, M. (2016). Introduction. In A. Gilroy, & M. Messmer (Eds.), America: Justice, Conflict, War (pp. 1-10). (European Views of the United States; Vol. 8). Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag C. Winter.
  12. Messmer, M. (2016). Outsourcing Immigration Control: A Comparison between Current US and EU Immigration Policy Measures. In A. Ciugureanu, L. Martanovschi, & N. Stanca (Eds.), (Im)migration Patterns: Displacement and Relocation in Contemporary America : a collection of essays (pp. 19-36). (Academica. American studies; Vol. 273). Iasi: Institutul European.
  13. Olthof, J. (2016). Paranoid of the People: Reining in "we the people" in post-revolutionary America. Paper presented at Reconsidering Democracy and the Nation State in a Global Perspective, Leiden, Netherlands.
  14. Jelfs, T. (2016). Pre-Occupied with Death: Serial and the Ethics of Storytelling in the Digital Age. Paper presented at Netherlands American Studies Association (NASA) Annual Conference, Middelburg, .
  15. Olthof, J. (2016). Sowing the Seeds of War: Conflict, Conciliatory Rhetoric, and the Legacy of Jefferson’s Empire of Liberty in the Missouri Compromise Debate. In A. Gilroy, & M. Messmer (Eds.), America: War, Conflict, Justice: European Views of the United States (Vol. 8, pp. 81-98). Heidelberg: Verlag Winter Edition S.
  16. Martínez, A. M. (2016). Transimperial Faith: Spiritual Links between the Spanish and American Empires in the Early Twentieth Century. In J. C. Mercado (Ed.), Historical Links between Spain and North America (pp. 63-74). Madrid: Biblioteca Benjamin Franklin.
  17. Jelfs, T. (2016). Walt Whitman in the Middle East? A Literary Critical Perspective on Trans-Atlantic Relations in the post-9/11 Era.. Paper presented at Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations Annual Conference 2016, San Diego, United States.
  18. 2015
  19. Messmer, M. (2015). Introduction: Transcending Borders: The International Turn in American Studies. In M. Messmer, & A. P. Frank (Eds.), The International Turn in American Studies (pp. 7-44). Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.
  20. Messmer, M., & Frank, A. P. (Eds.) (2015). The International Turn in American Studies. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.
  21. Jelfs, T. (2015). Reading Robinson, Reading Carver: Democracy and Literary Style in the 1970s and 1980s. Paper presented at Rethinking Democracy in Literature, Language and Culture, Thessaloniki, Greece.
  22. Martínez, A. M. (2015). Converting the Civilizing Mission: American Catholics, Mexican Immigrants, and the Taming of the West in the Early Twentieth Century. In Immigrants in the Far West: Historical Identities and Experiences (pp. 177-203). University of Utah Press.
  23. Foley, M. (2015). Dead Kennedys: Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables : the Early Years. (33 1/3). Bloomsbury Academic.
  24. Olthof, J. (2015). Dealing with History: Exploring the Concept of “Constitutional Culture in Revolutionary France and America". In T. Kaleynska, & Z. Guo (Eds.), Comparative Institutional Change: Theory and Practice (pp. 5-38). Veliko Turnovo.
  25. Jelfs, T. (2015). Making Shit (and Happy Meals): Neoliberalism and the U.S. Manufacturing Tradition in the Novels of Nicholson Baker. Paper presented at Neoliberalism and American Literature, Dublin, Ireland.
  26. Verhoeven, W. (2015). The Global English Novel. In The Oxford History of the Novel in English: English and British Fiction 1750-1820 in English (Vol. Volume 5, pp. 566-588). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  27. Olthof, J. (2015). "We the people of the Netherlands: On the future and appeal of America's 18th century constitution in 21st century Europe". Paper presented at The U.S. and the World in the 21st Century, Sofia, Bulgaria.
  28. Messmer, M. (2015). Women at War: A Comparative Analysis of Gendered Discourses of the Nation during the American Civil War and the Mexican Revolution. In S. Thies, G. Pisarz-Ramírez, & L. Gutiérrez de Velasco (Eds.), Of Fatherlands and Motherlands / De Patrias y Matrias: Gender and Nation in the Americas / Género y nación en las Américas (pp. 101-116). Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier.
  29. 2014
  30. Olthof, J. (2014). Firebell of Friction: The MIssouri Compromise Debate and the Challenge to Jefferson's Empire of Liberty. Paper presented at EAAS 2014: America: Justice, Conflict, War, The Hague, Netherlands.
  31. 2013
  32. Verhoeven, W. (2013). Americomania and the French Revolution Debate in Britain, 1789-1802. New York: Cambridge University Press.
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