qCultural Vistas and Sites of Identity. Essays on Literature, Film and American Studiesq by Reka M. Cristian reflects on an array of American identities assembled in a heterogeneous compilation of New American Studies through examples taken from literature (qGetting Home Aliveq by Rosario Morales and Aurora Levins Morales, qThe Goat or Who Is Sylvia?q by Edward Albee, qHow I Learned to Driveq by Paula Vogel) and film (qThe Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone, q qWho's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, q qFridaq and qBabelq). Reka M. Cristian is Associate Professor of American Studies at the Institute of English and American Studies, University of Szeged, Hungary. She is co-author of Encounters of the qFilmic Kind: Guidebook to Film Theoriesq (2008) and founding editor of qAMERICANA - E-Journal of American Studies in Hungaryq and its qAMERICANA eBooksq division.aquot;Cultural Vistas and Sites of Identity.
|Title||:||Cultural Vistas and Sites of Identity|
|Author||:||Réka M. Cristian|
|Publisher||:||Americana eBooks - 2014-04|