American Studies in Scandinavia is a biannual publication published by the Nordic Association for American Studies. The aim of the association is to encourage and promote serious study of the United States and its civilisation in the five Nordic countries. The journal is interdisciplinary drawing upon such fields as geography, history, linguistics, literature, political science, social anthropology and sociology.
Martyn Bone, Joe Goddard, and Andrew Miller: Introduction: American Cultures of Work
David Brown, "To Work Industriously and Steadily": Frederick Law Olmsted and the Southern Work Ethic Revisited
Tem Odumosu, Burthened Bodies: the Image and Cultural Work of "White Negroes" in the Eighteenth Century Atlantic World
James Dorson, Intimate Exchanges: Work, Affect, and Exploitation in Edith Wharton's The House of Mirth
Lucie Genay, The Devil's Bargain: The Effects of Nuclear Revolution on New Mexican Culture of Work
Anne Gessler, "Purifying the Upper Atmosphere": Women's Work in Early Radio, 1905-1913
Elizabeth Rodriguez Fielder, On Strike and On Stage: Migration, Mobilization, and the Cultural Work of El Teatro Campesion