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.
Niels Bjerre-Poulsen, Presidential studies: From history to political science and back
Jason Berggren, Region and the American Presidency: Jimmy Carter as the “Southern” President
Rasmus Sinding Søndergaard, Human Rights and the 1980 U.S. Presidential Election
Nicole Anslover, Trouble with the Transition: The Transfer of Power From Carter to Reagan
William M. Knoblauch, Misremembering Reagan: A Decade of Cultural Dissent
Atalie Gerhard, From the Hood to the White House: The Cultural Imaginary of Presidential Blackness in Head of State
Antje Dallmann, “The air of impossibility has been removed”: Realist Political Drama(dy) and the Trope of Becoming President
Erika Cornelius Smith, Madam President: Changing Depictions of Female Presidents in American Popular Culture
Raffaella Baritono, Delegitimization and US presidential electoral Campaigns, 1896-1980
Magne Dypedahl, Presidential Rhetoric and Power in a Historical Perspective
Anne Mørk, From boots on the ground to followers in the sky: Volunteer mobilization and populist rhetoric in the presidential campaigns of Barack Obama and Donald Trump
Thomas J. Cobb, Donald J. Trump: Jacksonian Minoritarian?