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.
Ulf Jonas Björk, Race War Flares Up: Chicago’s Swedish Press, the Great Migration, and the 1919 Riots
Erik Hieta, “Awakening the Racial Spirit”: Indians, Sámi, and the Politics of Ethnographic Representation, 1930s-1940s
Junghyun Hwang, Rupturing Salem, Reconsidering Subjectivity: Tituba, the Witch of Infinity in Maryse Condé’s I, Tituba, Black Witch of Salem
Mikkel Jensen, The Wire and the Disenchantment of the Outsider
Tao Zhang, The Chinese Junk Keying and American Racialization of Chinese