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The Ghost of Communism Past: the Birth of Post-Communist Gothic Fiction?
R Oproiu
Studies in Gothic Fiction 1 (2), 2011
42011
“Nobody gets out alive. This place just a big coffin”: On Death and Dying in American Prisons
R Andreescu
American, British, and Canadian Studies 29, 65-83, 2017
32017
“Cash Is Better than Tenure”:(De) Constructing the “Posthistorical University” in James Hynes’s Gothic Academic Satire The Lecturer’s Tale
R Andreescu
American, British and Canadian Studies 26 (1), 87-107, 2016
32016
A Portrait of the Artist as a Vampire in Jim Jarmusch’s Only Lovers Left Alive
R Andreescu
Gothic Peregrinations: The Unexplored and Re-explored Territories, 2018
22018
Not in My Backyard: The Road to Housing Desegregation in Yonkers, New York, from Lisa Belkin's Show Me a Hero to Its Adaptation for Television
R Andreescu
University of Bucharest Review 6 (2), 180-193, 2016
22016
No Humble Abode: Edith Wharton’s The Mount and the Commodification of Heritage
R Andreescu
University of Bucharest Review, 2013
12013
Abortion Travels in Contemporary American Cinema: Parental Consent and the Bumpy Ride to Termination in Eliza Hittman's Never Rarely Sometimes Always and Rachel Lee Goldenberg …
R Andreescu
American, British & Canadian Studies 38 (1), 2022
2022
Introduction
L Mihaes, R Andreescu, A Dimitriu
Handbook of Research on Contemporary Storytelling Methods Across New Media …, 2021
2021
Handbook of Research on Contemporary Storytelling Methods Across New Media and Disciplines
LC Mihăeş, R Andreescu, A Dimitriu
IGI Global, 2021
2021
From Outcasts in the Streets to Movers on the Hill: Narrating the Dark Side of Washington, DC in
R Andreescu
American, British and Canadian Studies 34, 84-102, 2020
2020
"That Which Is Unspeakable by the White Enemy Is Speakable by Us": Examining Racial Tensions and the Failures of Law Enforcement in Joyce Carol Oates's The Sacrifice
Ethnicity and Gender Debates: Cross-Readings of American Literature and …, 2020
2020
"Very much alive and very much under threat": Chasing the Coffee-Flavored American Dream in Dave Eggers's Monk of Mokha.
R Andreescu
East-West Cultural Passage 19 (2), 2019
2019
“In the desert, we are all illegal aliens”: Border Confluences and Border Wars in Luis Alberto Urrea’s The Devil’s Highway
R Andreescu
American, British and Canadian Studies, 189-205, 2019
2019
‘A Senseless Act of Children, Wandering Around in the Dark’: Legal Culture and Social Science in a Semi-Fictional Rendition of the Leopold and Loeb Trial (1924)
R Andreescu
The Dark Sides of the Law: Perspectives on Law, Literature, and Justice in …, 2019
2019
“A Religious Orgy in Tennessee”: The (Mis) Representation of the Scopes ‘Monkey’ Trial in Lawrence and Lee’s Inherit the Wind and Its Cinematic Adaptations
R Andreescu
University of Bucharest Review. Literary and Cultural Studies Series, 63-70, 2015
2015
Neither Here not There: Mapping Donald Barthelme’s ‘Paraguay’
R Andreescu
University of Bucharest Review 4 (2), 50-60, 2015
2015
’Traditions that Have Lost Their Meaning Are the Hardest of All to Destroy’: Divorce in Edith Wharton’s New York
R Andreescu
Analele Universităţii Bucureşti, 2014
2014
The Horror of the Familiar: The Female Gothic in the American Century
R Andreescu
Institutul European, Iasi, 2013
2013
Doing Business with the Japanese: A Study of Alain Corneau's Fear and Trembling
R Andreescu
Synergy, 2013
2013
The End of the World as They Knew It? A Vision of the Apocalypse in Shirley Jackson’s The Sundial
R Andreescu
Analele Universităţii Bucureşti, 2012
2012
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