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Nowości wydawnicze: Litteraria Copernicana

Informujemy o najnowszym numerze Litteraria Copernicana, poświęconego twórczości Henry’ego Jamesa:

Henry James: muzeum pisarza pod redakcją Mirosławy Buchholtz, Doroty Guttfeld i Grzegorza Koneczniaka

Pismo dostępne jest na stronie czasopisma:


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CFP: The Dark California

Essay collection proposal

The Dark California:

Millennial Concerns in the Contemporary Pop-Cultural Readings of California

Call for papers (docx)

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American Art journal (Fall 2014)

Dear Colleagues:

I am pleased to announce publication of the Fall 2014 issue of American Art, the peer-reviewed journal sponsored by the Smithsonian American Art Museum and the University of Chicago Press.



Alan C. Braddock and Rene Ater, Art in the Anthropocene

Robin Kelsey, Ecology, Sustainability, and Historical Interpretation

Emily Eliza Scott, Feeling in the Dark: Ecology at the Edges of History

Kinshasha Holman Conwill, To Reap the Harvest Wonderful: On Sustainability at the National Museum of African American History and Culture

Feature Articles

Tanya Sheehan, Confronting Taboo: Photography and the Art of Jacob Lawrence

Jerome Tharaud, Evangelical Space: The Oxbow, Religious Print, and the Moral Landscape in America

Lauren Lessing, Theatrical Mayhem in Junius Brutus Stearns’s Hannah Duston Killing the Indians

New Perspective

Edyta Frelik, Ad Reinhardt: Painter-as-Writer

**Winner of the 2013 Terra Foundation for American Art International Essay Prize**


Sarah Burns, Cynthia J. Mills, 1946-2014


For more information on American Art, including how to subscribe or submit a manuscript for publication consideration, please see: http://www.press.uchicago.edu/ucp/journals/journal/amart.html. Queries may be sent to AmericanArtJournal@si.edu.

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Polish Journal for American Studies vol. 8 (2014)

PJAS_vol8A new volume of Polish Journal for American Studies is now available to download. Simply go to Publications -> PJAS -> PJAS archive to get your copy.

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“Henry James Goes to War”

Dear Colleagues,

we are pleased to announce the recent publication of “Henry James Goes to War,” which came out as Volume 5 of the series Dis/Continuities: Torun Studies in Language, Literature and Culture.

For details, see the attachments (below) or the publisher’s website.

Please note previous publications in the series:

Volume 4: Lowczanin, Agnieszka / Wisniewska, Dorota (eds.). All that Gothic.

Volume 3: Mstowska, Joanna. Various Aspects of Mimesis in Selected Sea Novels of Frederick Marryat, James F. Cooper and Richard H. Dana


Best regards,

Miroslawa Buchholtz, Grzegorz Koneczniak and Dorota Guttfeld

Attachments (pdf): Flyer, Introduction, Table of contents

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