Special issue of CRAS 45.3 (Winter 2015), “Geographies of Promise and Betrayal: Land and Place in US Studies,” is now available online

The latest issue of the Canadian Review of American Studies is hot off the UT Press! CRAS 45.3 (Winter 2015), “Geographies of Promise and Betrayal: Land and Place in US Studies,” is a special issue edited by CAAS’s own Art Redding. Available online now through UTPJournals: http://www.utpjournals.press/toc/cras/45/3

Contents:

“Introduction – Geographies of Promise and Betrayal: Land and Place in US Studies”
Art Redding
45(3), pp. 271–273

“Introduction – Géographies de la promesse et de la trahison : le sol et le lieu dans les études sur les États-Unis”
Art Redding
45(3), pp. 274–277

“The Joys of the Elevated: William Dean Howells and the Urban Picturesque”
Samantha Bernstein
45(3), pp. 278–299

“Archiving the Rust Belt: Investigating Rust Belt Narratives of American Exceptionalism through Buffalo’s Downtown Department Store”
Patrick Manning
45(3), pp. 300–322

“Representations of Identity in Jewish Jazz Autobiography”
Reva Marin
45(3), pp. 323–353

“Between ‘Location’ and ‘Things’: Barbara Guest, American Pragmatism, and the Construction of Subjectivity”
Zac Schnier
45(3), pp. 354–374

“Don DeLillo’s Anagogic Postcards: Thematic Inscriptions Writ Small”
Bradley D. Clissold
45(3), pp. 375–399

“Terror-Time in Network-Centric Battlespace: DeLillo’s Later Fiction”
Marie-Christine Leps
45(3), pp. 400–429

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