Thomas Ærvold Bjerre

  • (forthcoming) “From Warrior Heroes to Vulnerable Boys: Debunking ‘Soldierly Masculinity’ in Tim Hetherington’s Infidel Photos.” Visualizing War: Emotions, Technologies, Communities. Eds. Kathrin Maurer and Anders Engberg-Pedersen. Routledge, 2017.
  • “The Rough South of Ron Rash.” Rough South, Rural South: Region and Class in Recent Southern Literature. Eds. Jean W. Cash and Keith Perry. University Press of Mississippi, 2015. 
  • Mad Men: ‘Don never talks about the war.’” Fiktionens magt. Ed. Mette Rolan Kjærsgaard. Forlaget Rosenkilde, 2015.
  • The Scourges of the South? Essays on “The Sickly South” in History, Literature, and Popular Culture. Eds. Thomas Ærvold Bjerre and Beata Zawadka. Cambridge Scholars Press, 2014.
  • “Southern Evil, Southern Violence: Gothic Residues in the Works of William Gay, Barry Hannah, and Cormac McCarthy.” The Scourges of the South? Essays on “The Sickly South” in History, Literature, and Popular Culture. Eds. Thomas Ærvold Bjerre and Beata Zawadka. Cambridge Scholars P, 2014.
  • “Leaving New York: The Post-9/11 South in Reynolds Price and Jay McInerney.” Unsteadily Marching On: The U.S. South in Motion. Ed. Constante González Groba. Publicacions de la Universitat de València, 2013.
  • “Post-9/11 Literary Masculinities in Kalfus, DeLillo, and Hamid.” Orbis Litterarum 67.3 (June 2012): 241-266.
  • “Authenticity and War Junkies: Making the Iraq War Real in Films and TV Series.” Journal of War and Culture Studies 4.2 (2011): 223-234.
  • “The Wild West Visits Mississippi: (Mis)Using the Western Myth in Lewis Nordan's The Sharpshooter Blues.” The (Un)Popular South. Olomouc: Palacký University Press, 2011.
  • “Ron Rash: One Foot in Eden.” Still in Print: The Southern Novel Today. Ed. Jan Nordby Gretlund. University of South Carolina Press, 2010.
  • “Heroism and the Changing Face of American Manhood.” Perspectives on Barry Hannah. Ed. Martyn Bone. University Press of Mississippi, 2007.
  • "Southern Pop Culture and the Literary Tradition O Brother, Where Art Thou?” American Studies in Scandinavia: A Southern Issue 38:2 (Fall 2006): 55-65.
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Niels Bjerre-Poulsen

  • "The Mont Pèlerin Society and the Rise of the Postwar Classical Liberal Counter-establishment," in Luc van Dongen, Stéphanie Roulin and Giles Scott-Smith (eds), Transnational Anti-Communism and the Cold War: Agents, Activities, and Networks (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014) Transnational History series (forthcoming).
  • "’På en Måde er Alt i Amerika Liberalisme’; Koldkrigsliberalismens Storhed og Fald, 1945-1974" i Jeppe Nevers, Casper Sylvest & Niklas Olsen (red.), Liberalisme: Danske og internationale perspektiver (Odense: Syddansk Universitetsforlag, 2013) (forthcoming).
  • "Hadetale: Det Amerikanske Paradoks" i Jens Lohman (red.), Hatespeech; Fra Hadetale til Hadesyn (København: Informations Forlag, 2013).
  • Vietnamkrigen, 1945-1975 – en International Historie (København: Gyldendal, 2014)
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Jørn Brøndal

  • "Analyse. USA. Katolikkerne er kommet ind i varmen," Dagbladet Politiken, September 7, 2012
  • "Analyse. Valghistorie. Reel risiko for valgskandale i 2012 : Præsidentvalget i USA tegner til at blive historisk tæt. Tag med på en tur i den amerikanske valghistorie - og mød både valgmænd og valgskandaler," Dagbladet Politiken, October 27, 2012
  • ""The Fairest Among the So-called White Races:" Portrayals of Scandinavian Americans in the Filiopietistic and Nativist Literature of the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries," Journal of American Ethnic History, 33: 3 (Spring 2014), conditionally accepted (final revised edition submitted August 2013)
  • "The Ground Zero Mosque: A Clash Over (Civil) Religion and Freedom," in Anne Magnussen, Kirstine Sinclair, and Nils Arne Sørensen (eds.), Contested Places, Odense: University Press of Southern Denmark (forthcoming, 2013)
  • ""We are Norwegians and Swedes Now, Not Scandinavians:" The Impact of Norwegian Independence on Scandinavian-American Politics in the Midwest," in Dag Blanck and Philip J. Anderson, eds., Norwegians and Swedes in the United States: Friends and Neighbors, St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society Press, 2011, 125-139.
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Rune Graulund

  • Grotesque – The New Critical Idiom, co-authored with Justin D. Edwards, London: Routledge (2013), 176 pages, reviewed in The Gothic Imagination
  • Mobility at Large: Globalization, Textuality and Innovative Travel Writing, co-authored with Justin D. Edwards, Liverpool: Liverpool University Press (2012), 224 pages, reviewed in Journal of Postcolonial Writing, Journal of Tourist Studies, Orbis Litterarum and Transfers
  • Postcolonial Travel Writing: Critical Explorations, co-edited with Justin D. Edwards (Editor, contributor, introduction), Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan (2011), 208 pages, reviewed in Postcolonial Text, Journal of Postcolonial Writing, Studies in Travel Writing, Biography and Prose Studies: History, Theory, Criticism
  •  ‘Writing Travel in the Anthropocene: Disastrous Life at the End of the Arctic’, Studies in Travel Writing – Special Issue: The Arctic, Eds. Lars Jensen and Graham Huggan, Volume 20, no 1, (2016)
  • ‘The Zombie Tropocalypse: Entropic (Digital) Disaster in the Hot Zone’, in Tropical Gothic: The Americas. Eds. Sandra G. T. Vasconcelos and Justin D Edwards. London: Routledge, 26-39 (2016)
  • ‘Voids and Visions: Desert Travellers’, in The Routledge Companion to Travel Writing. Ed. Carl Thompson, London: Routledge, 435-443 (2016)
  • ‘Radiant Copenhagen: Digital Futures of the Everyday’, co-authored with Anders Bojen and Kristoffer Ørum, in Reanimating Regions: Ethnographic Explorations of a New Regional Geographies, Eds. James Riding and Martin Jones, London: Routledge, 105-121 (2016)
  • ‘Nanodead: Technologies of Death in Ian McDonald’s Necroville’, in Technologies of the Gothic, Ed. Justin D. Edwards, London: Routledge, 127-139 (2015)
  • ‘Restrained Excess: Where Sophistication Meets the Grotesque’, Philosophy and Literature, Volume 39, Number 2, 338-355 (2015)
  • ‘Generous Exclusion: Register and Readership in Junot Díaz’s The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao’, MELUS – Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States, Volume 38, no 3 (2014)
  • ‘Travelling Home: Global Travel and the Postcolonial in the Travel Writing of Pico Iyer’, in Postcolonial Travel Writing: Critical Explorations. Eds. Justin Edwards and Rune Graulund, Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan, 75-98 (2011)
  • ‘Fulcrums and Borderlands: A Desert Reading of Cormac McCarthy’s The Road’, Orbis Litterarum, Volume 65, No. 1, 57-78 (2010)
  • ‘From (B)edouin to (A)borigine: The Myth of the Desert Noble Savage’, History of the Human Sciences, Volume 22, no 1, 79-104 (2009)
  • ‘Text and Paratext in Mark Z. Danielewski’s House of Leaves’, Word & Image, Volume 22, no 4, 379-389 (2006)
  • ‘Travelling the Desert: Desert Travel Writing as Indicator Species’, Studies in Travel Writing, Volume 10, no 2, 141-159 (2006)
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Jan Gretlund

  • "'Man delights not me': Blood Meridian and the Apocalypse," Unsteadily Marching on: The U.S. South in Motion. Ed. Constante Gonzáles Groba, Publicacions de la Universitat de València, 2013, pp. 75 – 86.

Clara Juncker

a. Books:

  • "The Transatlantic Sixties: Europe and the United States in the Counterculture Decade." Co-ed. with Greg Kosch, Sharon Monteith and Britta Waldschmidt-Nelson. Bielefeld, Germany: Transcript: Verlag für Kommunikation, Kultur und soziale Praxis/Columbia University, 2013.
  • "Circling Marilyn: Text Body Performance." Odense: U P of Southern Denmark, 2010.
  • "Transnational America: Countours of Modern U.S. Culture." Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum P, 2004.
  • "Through Random Doors We Wandered: Women Writing the South." Odense: University of Southern Denmark P, 2002.
  • "Trading Cultures: Nationalism and Globalization in American Studies. Angles on the English-Speaking World 2." Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum P, 2002.

b. Selected articles (after July 2010):

  • “‛After You, Baroness!’ Ernest Hemingway and Karen Blixen (Isak Dinesen).” The Hemingway Review 35.2 (Spring 2016): 87-109.
  • “Going Global: Gender across East-West Divides.” In: The Power of Culture: Encounters between China and the United States. Ed. Priscilla Roberts. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishers, 2016. 346-356.
  • “The Intermedial King: Screen Adaptations of Robert Penn Warren’s All the King’s Men.” In: The Book Out of Bounds. Ed. Claus Schatz-Jacobsen, Peter Simonsen and Tom Pettitt. Odense: Aktuel Forskning, 2015.
  • “Placing Ha Jin: The Crazed and Nanjing Requiem.” In: The West in Asia and Asia in the West:  Essays on Transnational Interactions. Ed. Elisabetta Marino and Tanfer Emin Tunc. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2015. 92-105.
  • Allison, Dorothy. The South Carolina Encyclopedia Guide to South Carolina Writers. Ed. Tom Mack. Columbia: University of South Carolina P. New Material 2014. The Humanities Council.
  • “Global Gender.” Academic Quarterly 8 (June 2014): 75-87.
  • “Hybrid Bodies: Toni Morrison’s America.” In: European Views of the United States. Ed. Meldan Tanrisal and Tanfer Emin Tunc. Heidelberg: Winter Verlag, 2014. 183-94.
  • “Men of Honor: William Alexander Percy and Ernest Hemingway as Gentlemen Soldiers.” In: Moravian Journal of Literature and Film 4.1 (Spring 2014): 81-97.
  • “The Transatlantic Women’s Movement.” In: The Transatlantic Sixties: Europe and the United States in the Counterculture Decade. Ed. Greg Kosch, Clara Juncker, Sharon Monteith and Britta Waldschmidt-Nelson. Bielefeld, Germany: Transcript: Verlag für Kommunikation, Kultur und soziale Praxis/Columbia University, 2013. 98-121.
  • “Unnatural Lives: Toni Morrison’s Historical Universe.” Xavier Review 32.1-2 (2013): 57-74.
  • “’After You, Baroness!’: Conversations between Ernest Hemingway and Karen Blixen [Isak Dinesen].” PEO 163 (May-June 2012): 1-23.
  • “Placing History.” In: Facing the Past, Facing the Future: History, Memory, Literature. Ed. Anne-Christine Hoff. Istanbul: U of Bahcesehir P, 2011. 141-62.
  • “Friends, Enemies, Writers: Ernest Hemingway and John Dos Passos.” American Studies in Scandinavia 42.2 (2011): 39-59.
  • “John Dos Passos in Spain.” Miscelánea: A Journal of English and American Studies 42 (2011): 91-103.
  • “The New Americans: Ha Jin’s Immigration Stories.” In: Positioning the New: Chinese American Literature and the Changing Image of the American Literary Canon. Ed. Tanfer Ermin Tunc and Elisabetta Marino. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2010. 216-28.
  • “Novelist as Historian: Josephine Humphries’s Nowhere Else on Earth.” In: Still in Print: The Southern Novel Today. Ed. Jan Nordby Gretlund. Columbia: U of Columbia P, 2010. 29-42.
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Anne Mørk

David E. Nye:

  • Contemporary American Society, 8th Edition, Akademisk Forlag, 2013
  • America's Assembly Line. MIT Press, 2013
  • When the Lights Went Out: A History of American Blackout, MIT Press, 2010
  • Beyond the Crisis in US American Studies (editor), SDU Forlag, 2007
  • Technology Matters: Question to Live With MIT Press, 2006
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PhD Fellows:

Rasmus Sinding Søndergaard:

  • "The Congressional Human Rights Caucus and the Plight of Soviet Jewry” in The Tocqueville Oscillation: The Intersection of Domestic Politics and Foreign Policy (eds. Andy Johns, Mitch Lerner), University of Press of Kentucky (revising for publication)
  • "The Domestic Politics of U.S. Human Rights Policy,” in “Domestic Politics and U.S. Foreign Relations: A Roundtable.” Passport: The Newsletter of the SHAFR 46, no. 3 (2016): 47-64.
  • “Bill Clinton’s ‘Democratic Enlargement’ and the Securitisation of Democracy Promotion,” Diplomacy & Statecraft 26, no. 3 (2015): 534-551.
  • "Anti-amerikanisme blandt danske intellektuelle i 1950’erne” 1066 Tidsskrift for Historie 42(1) (2012), 3-14.
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