The case study on Presidential Unrealities: Epistemic Panic, Cultural Work, and the US Presidency, conducted by Sebastian M. Herrmann as part of the research initiative, is now available in print. The study has been accepted into the prestigious American Studies - A Monograph Series published on behalf of the German Association for American Studies.
Sebastian M. Herrmann's blog
We have now switched the entire system to the new uni-maschine 2.o webpage. The system currently still is in its invitation-only stage, but it is fully operational :)
Today, we have completed the migration of userdata and content. We are ready to go live in the next few days.
We have started to migrate userdata and content from the old version of the uni-maschine to the new 2.o version!
American Studies Leipzig and the Chair of North American Literature at TU Dresden are proud to announce a new joint research initiative on "Selbst-Bewusste Erzählungen: Textlichkeit und gesellschaftliche Relevanz in US-amerikanischer Gegenwartskultur."
For more information on the book project, please refer to www.participating-audiences.com.
That went fast and well: Participating Audiences, Imagined Public Spheres: The Cultural Work of Contemporary American(ized) Narratives is now available at amazon.de.
Our volume Participating Audiences, Imagined Public Spheres is scheduled to be available as of March 2012. The Universitätsverlag Leipzig has already set an ISBN (978-3-86583-638-0) and is advertising the book at www.univerlag-leipzig.de/article.html;article_id,1261.