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Books for Review

We are looking for reviewers for the following books:

  • Frederick Luis Aldama and William Anthony Nericcio, Talking #browntv: Latinas and Latinos on the Screen (Ohio State UP, 2019)
  • Megan Eatman, Ecologies of Harm: Rhetorics of Violence in the United States (Ohio State UP, 2020)
  • Amanda Nell Edgar, Culturally Speaking: The Rhetoric of Voice and Identity in a Mediated Culture (Ohio State UP, 2019)
  • Christian Eilers, Paul Austers autobiographische Werke: Stationen einer Schriftstellerkarriere (Winter, 2019)
  • Nadja Gernalzick & Heike C. Spickermann (eds.), Developing Transnational American Studies (Winter, 2019)
  • Sean Guynes and Martin Lund (eds.), Unstable Masks: Whiteness and American Superhero Comics (Ohio State UP, 2020)
  • Ulla Haselstein, Frank Kelleter, Alexander Starre, and Birte Wege (eds.), American Counter/Publics (Winter, 2019)
  • Yetta Howard (ed.), Rated RX: Sheree Rose with and after Bob Flanagan (Ohio State UP, 2020)
  • Joy Katzmarzik, Comic Art and Avant-Garde: Bill Watterson's Calvin and Hobbes and the Art of American Newspaper Comic Strips (Winter, 2019)
  • Casey Ryan Kelly, Apocalypse Man: The Death Drive and the Rhetoric of White Masculine Victimhood (Ohio State UP, 2020)
  • Isiah Lavender III and Lisa Yaszek (eds.), Literary Afrofuturism in the Twenty-First Century (Ohio State UP, 2020)
  • Heidi Yoston Lawrence, Vaccine Rhetorics (Ohio State UP, 2020)
  • Lisa Meloncon, S. Scott Graham, Jenell Johnson, John A. Lynch, and Cynthia Ryan (eds.), Rhetoric of Health and Medicine As/Is: Theories of Approaches for the Field (Ohio State UP, 2020)
  • Christina Meyer, Producing Mass Entertainment: The Serial Life of the Yellow Kid (Ohio State UP, 2019)
  • Britta Muszeika, Approaching Whiteness: Acknolwedging Native Americans as Scholars of Reversal in 19th-Century Autobiographical Writings (Winter, 2020)
  • Mazen Naous, Poetics of Visibility in the Contemporary Arab American Novel (Ohio State UP, 2020)
  • Heike Paul, Ursula Prutsch, and J├╝rgen Gebhardt (eds.), The Comeback of Populism: Transatlantic Perspectives (Winter, 2019)
  • Ela Przybylo, Asexual Erotics: Intimate Readings of Compulsory Sexuality (Ohio State UP, 2019)
  • Jenny Rice, Awful Archives: Conspiracy Theory, Rhetoric, and Acts of Evidence (Ohio State UP, 2020)
  • Allison L. Rowland, Zoetropes and the Politics of Humanhood (Ohio State UP, 2020)
  • Modhumita Roy and Mary Thompson (eds.), The Politics of Reproduction: Adoption, Abortion, and Surrogacy in the Age of Neoliberalism (Ohio State UP, 2019)
  • Jennifer Domino Rudolph, Baseball as Mediated Latinidad: Race, Masculinity, Nationalism, and Performances of Identity (Ohio State UP, 2020)
  • Stefan Schubert, Narrative Instability: Destabilizing Identities, Realities, and Textualities in Contemporary American Popular Culture (Winter, 2019)
  • Alyson K. Spurgas, Diagnosing Desire: Biopolitics and Femininity into the Twenty-First Century (Ohio State UP, 2020)
  • Jens Temmen, The Territorialities of U.S. Imperialism(s): Conflicting Discourses of Sovereignty, Jurisdiction and Territory in Nineteenth-Century U.S. Legal Texts and Indigenous Life Writing (Winter, 2020)
  • Ariana E. Vigil, Public Negotiations: Gender and Journalism in Contemporary US Latina/o Literature (Ohio State UP, 2019)
  • Frans Weiser, False Documents: Inter-American Cultural History, Literature, and the Lost Decade (1975-1992) (Ohio State UP, 2020)
  • Luke Winslow, American Catastrophe: Fundamentalism, Climate Change, Gun Rights, and the Rhetoric of Donald J. Trump (Ohio State UP, 2020)

If you'd like to review one of these books or a book relevant to American Studies that is not included in this list, please contact our reviews editor, Joshua Parker. Please note that we won't publish any reviews of books written or (co-)edited by members of the editorial board (books by advisory board members are ok).