Tytuł Review of International American Studies
ISSN 1991-2773
Wydawca Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego
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Liczba artykułów w woluminie: 16
Review of International American Studies
2013, Tom 6, Numer 1-2

Tytuł artykułu    Autorzy Strony Czynności
Americas, globes, and the Myth of the Flat World Cyraina Johnson-Roullier s. 5-12
Decoding Paweł Jędrzejko s. 13-30
'And never the twain shall meet?' : Considering the Legacies of Orientalism and Occidentalism for the Transnational Study of the US Jane C. Desmond s. 31-47
Space as a new frontier : The US Approach Toward Space Activities from Eisenhower to Obama (Emory Elliott Award for Outstanding Paper) Hedyeh Nasseri s. 49-66
From sicily 1943, to IRAQ 2003 : Resisting the Enlisting of John Hersey’s A Bell for Adano as Propaganda for the American Empire Giorgio Mariani s. 67-80
American literature and the american empire: from political fiction to Faction to Fact Peter Swirski s. 81-91
To go beyond communal narrative constructs: The Case of William Faulkner and Nakagami Kenji Takako Tanaka s. 93-109
American women reformers in China and the Paradox of Internationalism, 1910s-1930s Motoe Sasaki s. 111-130
Off-reservation boarding school versus the stolen generations : A Comparative Study on Indigenous Educational Policies in the United States and Australia during the Assimilation Period Peng Tong s. 131-143
A historical view on the export of American laws Yuan Renhui s. 145-169
Two songs of friendship: The Convergence of Judeo-Christian and Nuu-chah-nulth Philosophies of Friendship in the Narrative Space of the 21st Century Bożena Kilian s. 171-186
Who is Inadian enough? : The Problem of Authenticity in Contemporary Canadian and American Gone Indian Stories Judit Ágnes Kádár s. 187-213
Globalization, identity and cultural cores: Mixed-Blood and Métis Writers in Canada and the US Pamela V. Sing s. 215-236
Landscapes of writing in Chicano literature edited by Imelda MartÍn-Junquera Palgrave Macmillan 2013 Ewa Wylężek s. 237-244
IASA Announcements s. 245-254
RIAS Editorial Policy and RIAS style s. 255-258