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The European Journal of American Culture (EJAC) is an academic, refereed journal for scholars, academics and students from many disciplines with a common involvement in the interdisciplinary study of America and American culture, drawing on a variety of approaches and encompassing the whole evolution of the country.

Publisher: Intellect

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Volume 30, Number 2, 30 August 2011

Editorial

EDITORIAL
pp. 79-79(1)
Author: Wills, John

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Re/reading RE/Search
pp. 81-82(2)
Authors: Allmer, Patricia; Sears, John

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RE/Search in context
pp. 83-97(15)
Author: Lucas, Michael

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The myths of modern primitivism
pp. 99-111(13)
Author: Lodder, Matt

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RE/Searching Angry Women
pp. 113-123(11)
Author: Allmer, Patricia

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‘Incredibly strange’: Unlimiting RE/Search
pp. 125-135(11)
Author: Sears, John

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William S. Burroughs and engaged damage
pp. 137-150(14)
Author: Fisher, Allen

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