European Journal of American Culture 38.3 is now available
Friday, October 04, 2019

European Journal of American Culture 38.3 is now available

Intellect is excited to announce that European Journal of American Culture 38.3 is now available! 


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Aims & Scope


The European Journal of American Culture is a peer-reviewed journal that aims to encompass the evolution of America and its culture. It is particularly interested in how the visual arts, politics, literature, history and media engage with cultural issues. EJAC aims to present a fresh perspective on American culture in all its forms.


Issue 38.3



John Wills




The Black Lives Matter movement, crime and police brutality: Comparative study of New York Post and New York Daily News

Brian Chama


Shahraza-d in transatlantic journeys: Moorish dancing entertainers beyond borders (1850–1912)

Lhoussain Simour


‘Got to be real’: Evaluating the significance of realness in 1970s New York disco culture

William Rees


‘Chained to the pendulum of our own mad clockwork’: Science fiction, cyclicality and the new dark age during the Cold War

Mark Jancovich




Born Translated: The Contemporary Novel in an Age of World Literature, Rebecca L. Walkowitz (2015)

Maria Lauret


Film Blackness: American Cinema and the Idea of Black Film, Michael Boyce Gillespie (2016)

Andrew Dix


Queer Experimental Literature: The Affective Politics of Bad Reading, Tyler Bradway (2017)

Sam McBean


Me and My House: James Baldwin’s Last Decade in France, Magdalena Zaborowska (2018)

Claudine Raynaud


The Theatre of August Wilson, Alan Nadel (2018)

Mary F. Brewer