PJAS 13 Autumn contents

Other Souths on Page and Screen.

Polish Journal for American Studies (PJAS) Special Issue

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Urszula Niewiadomska-Flis, From the South as the Abjected Regional Other to Kaleidoscopic Souths

Appalachia and beyond

Marianne Kongerslev & Clara Juncker, Appalachia as Trumpland: Honor, Precarity, and Affect in Literature from the Mountain South

Marco Petrelli, Out of Eden: Old South, Post-South and Ur-South in Sara Taylor’s The Shore

The Hollywood South

Marie Liénard-Yeterian, Wither the South on Screen: Revisiting Some Recent Releases

Peter Templeton, James Stewart and the Changing Face of the Confederate in Mid-Twentieth Century Hollywood Cinema

Antoni Górny, Appalling! Terrifying! Wonderful!: Blaxploitation and the Cinematic Image of the South

African American experience of the South

Constante González Groba, Riding the Rails to (Un)Freedom: Colson Whitehead’s The Underground Railroad

Patrycja Antoszek; The Neo-Gothic Imaginary and the Rhetoric of Loss in Colson Whitehead’s The Underground Railroad

Ewa Klęczaj-Siara, Protecting the Spirit of the American South: Representations of New Orleans culture in Contemporary Children’s Picture Books

Southern tensions and contrasts

Joseph Kuhn, Bataille in the South: James Agee’s Let Us Now Praise Famous Menand Erskine Caldwell’s Depression Fiction

Elena Avanzas Álvarez, Form and Diversity in American Crime Fiction: The Southern Forensic Thriller

Michał Choiński, Figures of Contrast in Tennessee Williams’s Summer and Smoke