Volume VIII. Number 2 (2002)

American Studies
Changing Picture Settings

PREFACE

A memorial tribute to Péter Egri

LITERATURE

Don Gifford
Emily Dickinson and the Civil War

Zoltán Simon
World War I and the Technological Sublime in the Early Novels of John Dos Passos

Jon Roberts
Novelist as Anti-Terrorist: Don DeLillo's American Retractions

Péter Csató
An Interview with Jonathan Culler

Mária Kurdi
American and Other International Impulses on the Contemporary Irish Stage: A Talk with Playwright Declan Hughes

HISTORY AND US-HUNGARIAN RELATIONS

Csaba Lévai
"The Tokay is Much More Superior To What You Sent Me Last Year Under That Name": Thomas Jefferson and His Hungarian Wines

Tibor Glant
Herbert Hoover and Hungary, 1918-1923

László Borhi
Some Thoughts on Historical Scholarship's Contribution to International Relations Theory

Zsolt Varga
Contemporary American Press Coverage on the Outbreak of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution

Judit Szathmári
Urban Adjustment: American Indian Self-Help Organizations In Milwaukee

John Jablonski
The Road Taken: Reflections of a Sometime Cultural Attaché

Donald E. Morse
In the Beginning Was the Crown: A Brief History of the Early Years of the Hungarian-American Fulbright Commission

REVIEW ESSAYS

Zoltán Abádi-Nagy
Is There Escape Literature Beyond the Fleeing Male?

Enikö Bollobás
Women's Scripts and Voices: Emerging Feminist Criticism in Hungary

BOOK REVIEWS

Solway, David. The Turtle Hypodermic of Sickenpods: Liberal Studies in the Corporate Age
by Zoltán Abádi-Nagy

Pickering, Michael. Stereotyping: The Politics of Representation
by Gyöngyi Fekete

Giles, Judy, and Tim Middleton. Studying Culture: A Practical Introduction
by Márta Körösi

Tess Cosslett, Celia Lury, and Penny Summerfield, eds. Feminism and Autobiography: Texts, Theories, Methods
by Nóra Séllei

Parrinder, Patrick, ed. Learning from Other Worlds: Estrangement, Cognition, and the Politics of Science Fiction and Utopia
by Kálmán Matolcsy

Ruddick, Nicholas, ed. The Time Machine: An Invention
by Ádám Molnár

Douglass-Chin, Richard J. Preacher Woman Sings the Blues: The Autobiographies of Nineteenth-Century African American Evangelists
by Ted Bailey

Garman, Bryan K. A Race of Singers: Whitman's Working-Class Hero from Guthrie to Springsteen
by Davis D. Joyce

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS