We're happy to announce that we've finally published the third issue of JAAAS, guest-edited by Elisabeth Krieber, Christian Stenico, Christoph Straub, and Roberta Hofer.
This issue features 4 articles:
Barbara Gföllner reads Angie Thomas's The Hate U Give in view of police brutality and BLM (https://doi.org/10.47060/jaaas.v2i1.23)
Juliann Knaus explores colonial diction and mixed-raced representations in Natasha Trethewey's Thrall (https://doi.org/10.47060/jaaas.v2i1.73)
Johannes Vith looks at how Gus Van Sant's Elephant engages with the Columbine High School massacre (https://doi.org/10.47060/jaaas.v2i1.43)
Alekszandra Rokvity examines how punk was "mainstreamed" and thus lost its "power to rebel" (https://doi.org/10.47060/jaaas.v2i1.17)
And we have reviews of:
Jenny Rice's Awful Archives: Conspiracy Theory, Rhetoric, and Acts of Evidence (The Ohio State UP, 2020)
Erwin Feyersinger's Metalepsis in Animation: Paradoxical Transgressions of Ontological Levels (Universitätsverlag Winter, 2017)
Christian Eilers's Paul Austers autobiographische Werke: Stationen einer Schriftstellerkarriere (Universitätsverlag Winter, 2019)
Laura Marcus's Autobiography: A Very Short Introduction (Oxford UP, 2018)
Vassil Hristov Anastassov's Power and Truth in Political Discourse: Language and Ideological Narratives (Cambridge Scholars, 2018)
H. W. Brands's Dreams of El Dorado: A History of the American West (Basic Books, 2019)
Liv Birte Buchmann's Commemorating Abraham Lincoln and the Transnational Way: Lincoln Monuments in Great Britain (Universitätsverlag Winter, 2020)
Thank you for your interest and support.