Volume 26, Number 3, Summer 1995

Table of Contents

From: New Literary History

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Special Issue: ? ? ? ? Higher Education ? ? ? ?

The University Without Culture?

pp. 465-492
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Response to Bill Readings

pp. 493-497
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The Future of Literary Studies?

pp. 499-518
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Epistemological and Methodological Problems in Studies of Traditional Chinese Ethical Scholarship

pp. 519-536
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On Traumatic Knowledge and Literary Studies

pp. 537-563
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Academic Ideology and the New Attention to Teaching

pp. 565-590
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Science Teaching and Research in Universities

pp. 591-599
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Technoliteracy and the New Professor

pp. 601-611
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Make New Professors, but Keep the Old

pp. 613-621
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Reply to Stephen Cushman

pp. 623-625
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Invention, Design, and Discovery: A Transdisciplinary Quest

pp. 627-640
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Peace Studies: A Proposal

pp. 641-665
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Experiencing a Conference on Theory

pp. 667-676
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The Green Bean Campaign in the Memo

pp. 677-693
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Appendix

After New Literary History and Theory? Notes on the MLA Hit Parade and the Currencies of Academic Exchange

pp. 697-709
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Books Received


Contributors

pp. 711-716
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Books Received

pp. 713-716
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