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2012

Annus, Irén: Trans-culturing Jane Austen : the Mollywood adaptation of pride and prejudice. Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (8) 1. (2012)

Borthaiser, Nóra: Blinded by the desk lamp : object values and consumerism in pixar animations. Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (8) 1. (2012)

Csató, Péter: Pragmatism and circumvention : Richard Rorty's rhetorical appropriation of Jacques Derrida. Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (8) 2. (2012)

Csillag, András: Review of The beauty of words or the truth of the bibliographer : tribute to Lehel Vadon on his 70th birthday - eds. Abádi Nagy Zoltán, Kádár Judit Ágnes, Tarnóc András. Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (8) 2. (2012)

Federmayer, Éva: Theory and practice : Nella Larsen's novels in the Hungarian classroom. Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (8) 2. (2012)

Gherasim, Gabriel C.: Looking back for the future : president Harrison and the backlash of idealism in American politics. Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (8) 2. (2012)

Hubai, Gergely: American identification : a new approach to film scoring. Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (8) 1. (2012)

Jucan, Marius: Susan Sontag : experiencing radicalism as authenticity. Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (8) 2. (2012)

Kelemen, Zsolt: Becoming the new socialite? : facebook, transmedia and storytelling in the age of new media. Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (8) 1. (2012)

Kiss, Attila: The transmediality of the self : desubstantiation, fantasy and terror in and through Adrienne Kennedy's characters. Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (8) 1. (2012)

Kovács, Ágnes Zsófia: Multidisciplinary approaches to American literature, philosophy and art. Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (8) 2. (2012)

Kovács, Ágnes Zsófia: Review of Reading Philip Roth’s American pastoral. Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (8) 2. (2012)

Kovács, Ágnes Zsófia: What the cathedral says : Edith Wharton's aesthetic theory of visual arts in A motor-flight through France. Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (8) 2. (2012)

Kovács, Ágnes Zsófia: The uses of architecture as a metaphor for the critique of American culture - Henry James' The American scene and Edith Wharton's Italian villas and their gardens. Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (8) 1. (2012)

Kérchy, Anna: Changing media of enchantment : tracking the transition from verbal to visual nonsense in Tim Burton's cinematic adaptation of Alice in Wonderland. Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (8) 1. (2012)

Kérchy, Anna: The otherness in ourselves - a review of Julia Kristeva : Live theory. Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (8) 2. (2012)

Makai, Péter Kristóf: Between two stools : a review of negotiations : an International Journal of literary and cultural studies 1 (March 2011). Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (8) 1. (2012)

Makai, Péter Kristóf: A portrait with punctum and aura : review of Vol. XIII. (2012) of the Eger journal of American studies special issue in honor of professor Zsolt Kálmán Virágos. Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (8) 2. (2012)

Mócza, Attila: 'Frankly, Scarlett, we were born to live forever' - a review of M. Carmen Gómez-Galisteo's The wind is never gone. Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (8) 2. (2012)

Mócza, Attila: The power of monstrosity : review of Ruth Bienstock Anolik's (ed.) Demons of the body and the mind. Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (8) 1. (2012)

Nayar, Pramod K.: Of homes and the 'unhomely' : Michael Cunningham’s Specimen days. Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (8) 2. (2012)

Peterecz, Zoltán: Has there ever been an "American centruy"? - a review of The short American century : a postmortem - ed. Andrew J. Bacevich. Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (8) 2. (2012)

Savu, Laura E.: A difficult dialectic : reading the discourses of love in Jeffrey Eugenides's The Marriage plot. Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (8) 2. (2012)

Somogyi, Gyula: An irreparable loss to literature : law and literature in Herman Melville's Bartleby the scrivener. Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (8) 2. (2012)

Szilák, Judit: Assujettissement and the immigrant experience in Anzia Yezierska's Bread givers. Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (8) 2. (2012)

Szélpál, Lívia: Images of the American suburbia. Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (8) 1. (2012)

Sári, László B.: Minimalist contentions : Fight club as critical discourse. Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (8) 2. (2012)

Tóth, Gabriella: The interplay of film and theatre in Adrienne Kennedy’s A movie star has to star in black and white. Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (8) 1. (2012)

Tóth, Zsuzsanna: "Let's keep our eyes on what future voters are reading!" - a review of Michelle Ann Abate's Raising your kids right: children’s literature and American political conservatism. Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (8) 2. (2012)

Tóth, Zsuzsanna: Looking underneath the surface : a review of Vincent J. Hausmann Cinema, technologies of visibility and the reanimation of desire. Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (8) 1. (2012)

Tóth, Zsófia Anna: The effect of information society on the representation of femmes fatales in American visual culture. Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (8) 1. (2012)

Tóth, Zsófia Anna; Vajda, Zoltán: Introduction. Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (8) 1. (2012)

Vajda, Zoltán: On the visual dimension of sympathy in Thomas Jefferson's moral philosophy. Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (8) 1. (2012)

Ótott, Márta: Reshaping unsafe spaces : a review of Angela C. Pao's no safe spaces : re-casting race, ethnicity and nationality in American theater. Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (8) 1. (2012)

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