Volume XXII. Number 2 (2016)

Editor's Notes

Agnieszka Soltysik Monnet
Masculinity and Nation in the Popular Fiction of the Spanish-American War: Kirk Munroe's Forward, March!(1989)

Agnes Gyorke
Communities in Anonymity: The Remarkable Confidence of Modern Nations

Scott H. Huffmon, Christopher N. Lawrence, and Allie Briggs
Describing ourselves: Identity overlap and Fault Lines Regarding How Southerners Would Describe the South to Non-Southerners

Daniel Darvay
Postmodern Representation and Commodity Spectacle in Nathanael West's The Day of the Locust

Akos Farkas
To Whose Self Be True? Students Look at The Turn of the Screw and Its Film Adaptations

Andras Tarnoc
The Return of "God's Unworthy Handmaid": Techniques of Subject Construction in The Journal of Madam Knight (1705)

Lenke Németh
Self–Respect Restored: The Cultural Mulatto and Postethnic American Drama

Éva Mathey
Senator William Edgar Borah and the Question of Treaty Revision

Balázs Venkovits
“Proof of what a Hungarian woman is capable of”: Travels of Mrs. Mocsáry in the United States and Mexico

Donald E. Morse
Kurt Vonnegut: The Representative Post-World War II American Writer


Ákos Farkas
Busy Professors in the Barroom: Reading Marianna Gula Re-Reading Joyce
(Marianna Gula, A Tale of a Pub: Re-Reading the “Cyclops” Episode of James Joyce’s Ulysses in the Context of Irish Cultural Nationalism)

Ildikó Limpár
A Mirror Held up to a Shifting Subject
(Donald E. Morse, ed.Irish Theatre in Transition: From the Late Nineteenth to the Early Twenty-First Century)

Finian O’Gorman
Addressing the Audience for Irish Historical Pageantry
(Joan FitzPatrick Dean, All Dressed Up: Modern Irish Historical Pageantry)

Eszter Ureczky
Bodies of Power
(Arne De Boever, Narrative Care: Biopolitics and the Novel)

Máté Gergely Balogh
Perforating the Perspective of Superpowers: Détente and Minor Powers
(Poul Villaume and Odd Arne Westad, eds. Perforating the Iron Curtain: European Détente, Transatlantic Relations, and the Cold War, 1965-1985)