U.S. Studies Online is the official postgraduate journal for the British Association for American Studies (BAAS).
This peer-reviewed online journal enables postgraduate students at British and international universities to have their work published in a high-quality refereed environment at a time when the opportunity for postgraduates to publish in American Studies paper journals is becoming increasingly limited.
Each issue tries to cover a broad range of topics, drawing upon the multi-disciplinarity of American Studies to incorporate history, literature, politics, cultural studies, film, art history, gender studies and interdisciplinary methods.
Carina Spaulding, The University of Manchester
Celeste-Marie Bernier, University of Nottingham
Jude Davies, University of Winchester
John Dumbrell, University of Leicester
R.J. Ellis, University of Birmingham
Lee Grieveson, King’s College, London
Paul Grainge, University of Nottingham
Will Kaufman, University of Central Lancashire
Tim Lustig, University of Keele
Stephen Matterson, Trinity, Dublin
Catherine Morley, Oxford Brookes University
Lisa Merrill, Hofstra University
Judie Newman, University of Nottingham
Elizabeth Rosen (Lafayette College)
David Ryan, University College Cork
Peter Rawlings, University of West of England
Stephen Shapiro, University of Warwick
Anna Wilson, University of Birmingham