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45, 3 (2014)

Summer 2014

  • Pheng Cheah, “World against Globe: Toward a Normative Conception of World Literature” | D0wnload Article
  • Ian Hunter, “Hayden White’s Philosophical History”
  • Andrew Goldstone and Ted Underwood, “The Quiet Transformations of Literary Studies: What Thirteen Thousand Scholars Could Tell Us”
  • Astrid Erll, “Generation in Literary History: Three Constellations of Generationality, Genealogy, and Memory”
  • Steven Goldsmith, “Almost Gone: Rembrandt and the Ends of Materialism”
  • Linda Martín Alcoff, “Sexual Violations and the Question of Experience”
  • Evan Horowitz, “Literary Invisibility”
  • Barry Sheils, “Poetry in the Modern State: The Example of W.B. Yeats’s ‘Late Style’ and ‘New Fanaticism’”
  • Rossen Ventzislavov, “Singing Nonsense”

Forthcoming issues: Feminism and Ordinary Language Philosophy; Beyond Bourdieu; Song