The longish wait is over: we are thrilled and proud to announce the release of Volume IX, Number 2, Fall 2013. This issue features topics ranging from the study of American eating habits to CSI‘s ekphrastic bodies, from Hispanic Hollywood to contemporary autism novels, from issues of marriage equality to Disney and off-off-Broadway theater.
Jack Roberts’s detective novel is set in Szeged, in the South of Hungary in 2000 and it represents the symbiosis of political and personal life in post-Communist Hungary in a university context. When the retired professor of history dies, all hell breaks loose: the past begins to haunt the present in unexpected ways, old scars get torn, and the characters need to face their unchosen destinies.
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We are proud to announce the release of Volume IX, Number 1, Spring 2013. This issue features essays from scholars across the globe with topics ranging from African American women’s plays, postmodern American narratives to augmented reality, discussions of authors from Vonnegut, Nabokov, to Chabon and Erdrich, and an interview with Rolando Hinojosa-Smith.