American Studies in Europe: EAAS Newsletter


American Studies in Europe: EAAS Newsletter

Publisher: European Association for American Studies (EAAS)

The European Association for American Studies is a confederation of national
and joint national associations of American Studies in Europe. It was
founded in 1953, in Schloß Leopoldskron, Salzburg, and its formal
constitution was agreed upon in 1954. Each of the 20 member associations
from 26 countries is represented on the Board of the Association (which
convenes once every year). The number of Americanists represented through
the national associations has risen to 4200.

The objects and aims of the Association are to encourage the study of and
research in all areas of American culture and society and to promote
cooperation and intercommunication between European scholars of the United
States from all parts of Europe and from various disciplines. To this end it
organizes regular conferences. It also publishes a newsletter, American
Studies in Europe, and an electronic journal, The European Journal of
American Studies (EJAS).

The newsletter American Studies in Europe is now published twice a year. (It
has become an invaluable tool for communication between Americanists and has
recently been complemented by EAAS websites and the American Studies e-mail
distribution list EAAS-L.)

ISSN 1359-4923


Martin Heusser
Englisches Seminar
Universität Zürich
Plattenstrasse 47
8032 Zürich, Switzerland

Phone: +41 44 634 3551
Fax: +41 44 634 4908

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Current Issue: Issue No. 58 May 2007

Date: 13 August 2007

Original posting date: 
Monday, August 13, 2007
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