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.
lntroduction: Whose North America? ldentities, Agency, and Belonging
William H. Chafe: History Matters
Anna Koivusalo: Honor and Humiliation: James Chesnut and Violent Emotions in Reconstruction South Carolina
John Allphin Moore, Jr.: Citizenship in the United States: A Historical Assessment of a Present-Day Contretemps
Tuula Kolehmainen: "He Mought, en Den Again He Moughtent": The Ambiguous Man in Toni Morrison's Tar Baby
Dominique Cadinot: Becoming Part of Mainstream America or Asserting a New Muslim-Americanness: How American Muslims Negotiate their Indentity in a post 9/11 Environment
Susan E. Gray: The Border Difference: The Anishinaabeg, Benevolence, and State Indigenous Policy in the Nineteenth-Century Great Lakes Basin
Tina Parke-Sutherland: Ecofeminist Activism and the Greening of Native America
Margaret Connell-Szasz: Whose North America is it? "Nobody owns it. It owns itself"