2019/06/16

The Routledge Companion to Transnational American Studiesが刊行されました!

待望のThe Routledge Companion to Transnational American Studiesが刊行されました!

トランスナショナル・アメリカン・スタディーズの方法論から、事例研究まで、31点の刺激的な論考が収められています。巽先生とともに編集を務められた Nina Morgan先生(Kennesaw State University)による "Laws of Forgiveness: Obama, Mandela, Derrida" や、同じく編集を務められた Alfred Hornung先生(Johannes Gutenberg University)による "Confucius and America: The Moral Constitution of Statecraft" は、トランスナショナルな視座からアメリカ研究の "定説" をあざやかに更新します。

日本から参加されている、 越智博美先生(一橋大学)の "Translations of American Cultural Politics into the Context of Postwar Japan"、宇沢美子先生(慶應義塾大学)の "A Mixed Legacy: Chinoiserie and Japonisme in Onoto Watanna’s A Japanese Nightingale"、メアリー・A・ナイトン先生(青山学院大学)の "Guam, Un-Inc.; or Craig Santos Perez’s Transterritorial Challenge to American Studies as Usual"、そしてもちろん巽先生の "Thinking After the Hemispheric: 'The Planetary Expanse of Transnational American Writing'" は、太平洋も国境も越えて展開するアメリカ文学・文化とその変奏を詳らかにします。

また、Journal of Transnational American Studies の創刊から編集に携わり、2003年には慶應義塾大学でもご講演くださった(講演の模様はCPA Monthly #25-1やPanic Americana Vol.10に掲載されています)Shelley Fisher Fishkin先生(Stanford University)の "Collaboration in Transnational American Studies" や、Anthem Studies in Global English Literature シリーズ監修を務められ、同じく2011年にご講演くださったPaul Giles先生(University of Sydney)の "Reorienting the Transnational: Transatlantic,Transpacific, and Antipodean" も見逃せません!

多様で複雑なるアメリカを浮かび上がらせるトランスナショナル・アメリカン・スタディーズの今現在の多様性を体現する本書、ぜひお手にとってみてください!


The Routledge Companion to Transnational American Studies
判型:246×178
頁数:380頁
出版:Routledge
刊行:2019年3月
価格:$220.00
ISBN:978-1-138-05890-3 (hardcover); 978-131-516393-2 (ebook)
※詳細はRoutledge本書ウェブサイトをご覧ください

【Table of Contents】
PART I / Theorizing Transnational American Studies
  • Shelley Fisher Fishkin: “Collaboration in Transnational American Studies”
  • Paul Giles: “Reorienting the Transnational: Transatlantic, Transpacific, and Antipodean”
  • Oliver Scheiding: “Worlding America and Transnational American Studies”
  • Brian Russell Roberts: “Archipelagic American Studies: An Open and Comparative Insularity”
  • Mina Karavanta: “The Transnational Poetics of Edward Said: Dangerous Affiliations & Impossible Comparisons”
  • William Nessly: “The Pacific Turn: Transnational Asian American Studies”
PART II / Culture and Performance: Histories and Reciprocities
  • Birgit Bauridl / Pia Wiegmink: “Cultural Performance and Transnational American Studies”
  • Karim Bejjit: “The Barbary Frontier and Transnational Allegories of Freedom”
  • Birgit Daewes: “Stages of Crossing: Transnational Indigenous Futures”
  • Gloria E. Chacon: “The Assembling of Trans-Indigènitude Through International Circuits of Poetry”
  • Sabine Kim: “Traveling Sounds: Vodou, Michael Jackson, and the Fisk Jubilee Singers”
PART III / Translating Texts and Transnationalizing Contexts
  • Emron Esplin: “Translating Poe in New York in the 1880s: Or, Poe’s Other Transnationalism”
  • Alfred Hornung: “Confucius and America: The Moral Constitution of Statecraft”
  • Hiromi Ochi: “Translations of American Cultural Politics into the Context of Postwar Japan”
  • Yoshiko Uzawa: “A Mixed Legacy: Chinoiserie and Japonisme in Onoto Watanna’s A Japanese Nightingale
  • Sarah Ruffing Robbins: “Gender and Transnational American Studies”
  • Elizabeth West: “Ethiopianism, Gender, and Transnationalism in Pauline Hopkins's Of One Blood”
  • Isabel Durán: “Transnationalism, Autobiography and Criticism: the Spaces of Women’s Imagination”
PART IV / Political Imaginaries and Transnational Images of the Political
  • Udo J. Hebel: “Iconography, Interpictoriality, and Transnational American Studies”
  • Karsten Fitz: “The Visual Aesthetics of Politicians and Their Transatlantic Influence”
  • Kevin Gaines: “Lincoln in Africa”
  • Nina Morgan: “Laws of Forgiveness”: Mandela, Obama, Derrida”
  • Rob Kroes: “Visual Intertextuality and Transnational American Studies: Revisiting American Exceptionalism”
  • Sebastian M. Herrmann: “Post-Truth=Post-Narrative? Reading the Narrative Liminality of Transnational Right-Wing Populism”
  • Liam Kennedy: “American Realities: A European Perspective on Trump’s America”
PART V / Remapping Geographies and Genres
  • Boris Vejdovsky: “The Performance of American Popular Culture: Rhetoric and Symbolic Forms in American Western Movies”
  • Jennifer A. Reimer: “Border Encounters: Theorizing the US-Mexico Border as Transa”
  • Denijal Jegić: “Transnational and Intersectional Implications of the Intifada”
  • Mary A. Knighton: “Guam, Un-Inc.; or Craig Santos Perez’s Transterritorial Challenge to American Studies as Usual”
  • Hsuan L. Hsu & Bryan Yazell: “Post-Apocalyptic Geographies and Structural Appropriations”
  • Takayuki Tatsumi: “Thinking After the Hemispheric: ‘The Planetary Expanse of Transnational American Writing’”

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