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2014

Azouz Samy: Black theatre and propaganda : Amiri Baraka's Adherence to the negro problem and defense of the question of labor. In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10) 1. (2014)

Bálint Emma: Animated noir : investigating Walt Disney's female characters of the 1940s and 1950s. In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10) 1. (2014)

Bálint Emma: Novels strike back - adaptation from motion pictures into novels. In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10) 2. (2014)

Bálint Emma: Review of Hungarian-American ties : essays and studies in intercultural links and contacts. In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10) 2. (2014)

Castagneto Pierangelo: Ambassador Dizzy : jazz diplomacy in the Cold War era. In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10). (2014)

Cora Zoltán: Soviet nuclear espionage in the USA during world War II. the case of oppenheimer and bohr. In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10) 2. (2014)

Corcoran Miranda: A is for atom - utopian discourses in atomic age educational films. In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10) 2. (2014)

Cox John K.: From "Europe Central" to the Mid-Atlantic : Danilo Kiš and the United States. In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10) 2. (2014)

Cristian Réka M.: American studies and film : from blind spot to symbiosis. In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10) 1. (2014)

Farmasi Lilla: Catching the bad guy is only part of it : the human body and the foucauldian medical gaze in bones. In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10) 1. (2014)

Farmasi Lilla: 'He is his own most interesting character' - review of Call me Burroughs : a life written by Barry Miles. In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10) 2. (2014)

Farmasi Lilla: 'The evidence lies' : review of Lindsay Steenberg's Forensic science in contemporary American popular culture : gender, crime, and science. In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10) 1. (2014)

Federmayer Éva and Zipernovszky Kornél: Guest editors' introduction. In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10). (2014)

Fodor Péter and Varga Péter L.: An exercise in non-understanding Bret Easton Ellis : The rules of attraction. In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10) 2. (2014)

Fogarasi György: Rethinking the sublime : Is there an aesthetics of terrorism? In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10) 1. (2014)

Gabbard Krin: Playing the clown : Charles Mingus, Jimmy Knepper and Jerry Maguire. In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10). (2014)

Gallagher Edward J.: The rhetorical strategy of William Apess's An Indian's looking-glass for the white man. In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10) 2. (2014)

Geiger Ildikó: Fallen princesses : the construction of female beauty in Dina Goldstein's Pop surrealism. In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10) 2. (2014)

Glaser Brian: Lyrics as gifts : relational freedoms in Whitman, Hughes and Dylan. In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10) 2. (2014)

Jaskulski Jozef: More than a game : basketball as a medium of history in three early works of Sherman Alexie. In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10) 2. (2014)

Karácsonyi Judit: Fictions and realities : on the margins of Barbara Loden's Wanda and Nathalie Léger's supplément a la vie de Barbara Loden. In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10) 1. (2014)

Kaszás Rita: Film noir and the homoerotic subtext in Gilda. In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10) 1. (2014)

Kocic-Zámbó Larisa: Seconding or second guessing secularization. In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10) 2. (2014)

Kovács Ágnes Zsófia: Péter Gaál-Szabó's "Ah done been tuh de horizon and back" : Zora Neale Hurston's cultural spaces in Their eyes were watching God and Jonah's gourd vine. In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10) 1. (2014)

Kökény Andrea: The history of the Texas Republic as reflected in the Hungarian press. In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10) 2. (2014)

Lidström Brock Malin: Switching it on/off : emotional performativity and melodrama in the Vampire diaries. In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10) 1. (2014)

Muresan Vlad: Subversive religion : reassessment of religion's emancipatory potential in current American debate. In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10) 2. (2014)

Pallai Péter: Respectability and all that jazz. In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10). (2014)

Somogyi Gyula: Of flaneurs and city crowds : Poe, Barker, Kitamura and the (Oedipal) subject of urban horror. In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10) 2. (2014)

Suciu Andreia Irina: Voices and voicing in Maxine Hong Kingston's The woman warrior. In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10) 1. (2014)

Szabó Éva Eszter: Sensitive America : the continent, the country and inter-American relations. In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10) 2. (2014)

Szentgyörgyi Anna: Review of the story of Árpádhon : Hungarian settlement, Louisiana 1896-2006 : by the Residents and Descendants of the Early Settlers as Told to Royanne Kropog. In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10) 2. (2014)

Sütő Zsuzsa: (Re)inventing the Great Gatsby. In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10) 1. (2014)

Zabel Manuel: Fight Jim Crow! : a jazzy protest born in the U.S.A. In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10). (2014)

Zipernovszky Kornél: "Who will win - the jazz or gypsy, it is hard to tell" : gypsy musicians defend Hungarian national culture against American jazz. In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10). (2014)

Ótott Márta: Scapegoats, masks and passing - review of Ákos Attila Seress : Amerikai tragédiák: szerep, személyiség és kirekesztés Tennessee Williams drámáiban. In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10) 1. (2014)

Ótott Márta: The masters and the myths : Sam Shepard's versions of America - a review of Gabriella Varró's Mesterek árnyékában : Sam Shepard drámái és a hagyomány. In: Americana : E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary, (10) 2. (2014)

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