Issue 13 (Spring 2009): Atlantic Exchanges
eSharp's thirteenth issue, 'Atlantic Exchanges', explores the growing field of Atlantic Studies. The high quality and variety of submissions reflects growing interest in studies of the Atlantic as a region of transnational exchanges that continue to invigorate and challenge the cultures and societies of the countries that surround the ocean. The issue contains articles on subjects from Ishmael Reed and Neo-HooDoo to the 21st century Scottish diaspora to the 18th century British General Thomas Gage.
eSharp is proud to present this series of articles demonstrating the broad range of intellectual engagement that the theme of 'Atlantic Exchanges' provokes across disciplines.
|Dr Katie Gough||Atlantic Exchanges Introduction||13 - Gough|
|Sarah Cassidy||Homecoming Scotland 2009: Mobilising Diasporia for Tourism Development||Abstract||13 - Cassidy|
|Susan Miller||The Young Robert Southey: An Atlantic Poet||Abstract||13 - Miller|
|Jacob Patterson-Stein||De-Nationalizing American Music in the 'Third Space' of Graceland||Abstract||13 - Patterson-Stein|
|Andrew David Struan||The Very Model of an Early Modern Major General: Thomas Gage and the British Atlantic World, 1763-1775||Abstract||13 - Struan|
|Tom Tàbori||Uprising in Storyville: Conjuring Resistance in African-American Literature||Abstract||13 - Tabori|