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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 37, Number 2, 1 June 2018

Editorial

Free Content Interpreting violence in the United States Part 2: The historical approach
pp. 105-106(2)
Author: Karatzas, Konstantinos D.

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Interpreting violence: The 1921 Tulsa Race Riot and its legacy
pp. 127-140(14)
Author: Karatzas, Konstantinos D.

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Transport and Turmoil: The turbulent racial history of transport in New Orleans
pp. 141-157(17)
Author: McLaughlin-Stonham, Hilary

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Reviews
pp. 173-194(22)
Authors: Brauner, David; Case, Emalani; Cran, Rona; Docherty, Michael; Earle, Harriet; Green, Fiona; Phillips, Ruth; Porter, Joy; Speers, Laura

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