Transdisciplinary Perspectives on Twenty-First Century U.S. American Culture
Edited By Christian Klöckner, Simone Knewitz and Sabine Sielke
G e o r g ia n a B a n it a Writing Energy Security after 9/11: Oil, Narrative, and Globalization 169 The Spirit o f 9/11 G er h a r d Sa u t e r 9/11 as a Spiritual Event 197 Y v o n n e Y a z b e c k H a d d a d a n d N a z ir H a r b The New American Muslim Identity: Defining American Islam over a Decade of Transformation 213 C h r is t ia n Kl o e c k n e r On Hallowed Ground: The Sacred Space of Ground Zero and the Consecration of Global Business 245 Sa b in e S iel k e Why “9/11 is [not] unique,” or: Troping Trauma 263 A n d r e w s . G r o ss What Chabon Remembers: Terrorism, The Yiddish Policemen’s Union, and Nations without Borders 289 Looking Beyond Ground Zero Pa t r ic k Ke l l e r The Surprising Staying Power of U.S. Primacy 303 A n d r e a s Fa l k e The Long-Term Foreign Policy Consequences of 9/11: An American Neo-Isolationism? 323 B ir g it D ä w e s Haunted Fiction: The Ghosts of Ground Zero 341 S im o n e K n e w it z 9/11 and the Literature Industry 153 Sa s c h a Pö h l m a n n...
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