This volume explores the convergences and divergences of American Studies today, and, more specifically, investigates how this discipline might be approached. Drawing on a wide range of perspectives, the essays brought together here address concerns related to the role and capacity of American Studies in the early 21st century, amidst alarming circumstances of environmental, economic, and educational degradation in a world characterized by a transnational flux of people, money, and cultures.
“Dickinsonian Intonations in Modern Poetry offers a fresh and unique perspective on Anglo-American literature. Focusing on Emily Dickinson’s lesser-known translocational poems and their own concepts of space and spirituality, the author traces a line of poetic inﬂuence that originates with Dickinson and includes diverse Imagist, confessional, feminist, and contemporary voices. Written with ﬂair and sophistication, the book combines theoretically grounded close readings of relevant poems and a creative-critical approach to literary texts.”
Faulkner and Selimovic Were Here: Modernism, Alienation and Disintegration
Dr. Selma Raljevic
The purpose of a monograph entitled Faulkner and Selimovic Were Here: Modernism, Alienation and Disintegration by Dr. Selma Raljevic is to critically analyze a comparative topic: “Modernism, Alienation and Disintegration in Selected Works by William Faulkner and Mehmed Mesa Selimovic”. William Faulkner (1897-1962) is considered one of the most important American novelists, as well as Mesa Selimovic (1910-1982) is considered one of the most important Bosnian and Herzegovinian writers.