restricted access   Volume 35, Issue 2-3, June/September 2009

Table of Contents

Readers' Forum: Academic Fashion

Introduction: Academic Fashion

pp. 1-4

Academic Fashion: An Oxymoron?

pp. 5-9

Academic Fashion: System and Practice

pp. 10-13

The Plaid Shirts in My Closet

pp. 14-17

Re-Fashioning the Architectonics of Gender

pp. 18-23

Smarty Pants

pp. 24-27



The Robberies of Chaucer

pp. 29-54

“The glass, the school, the book”: The Anatomy of Melancholy and the Early Stuart University of Oxford

pp. 55-76

Converting the Church: Richard Rodriguez and the Browning of Catholicism

pp. 77-103

Unsettled States

Of Wandering Wombs and Wrongs of Women: Evolving Conceptions of Hysteria in the Age of Reason

pp. 105-128

Hesitating Readers: When The Turn of the Screw Meets Disgrace in the Classroom

pp. 129-144

End in Tears: Understanding Grief and Loss in D’Arcy McNickle’s The Surrounded

pp. 145-164

Rocking Cosmopolitanism: Don McKay, Strike/Slip, and the Implications of Geology

pp. 165-187

Review Article

Some Self-Reflections on Colonialism and Postcolonialism

pp. 189-199

Book Reviews

Spheres of Action: Speech and Performance in Romantic Culture (review)

pp. 201-203

Popular History and the Literary Marketplace 1840–1920 (review)

pp. 203-207

Imagining Joyce and Derrida: Between Finnegans Wake and Glas (review)

pp. 207-210

The Modern Dilemma: Wallace Stevens, T.S. Eliot, and Humanism (review)

pp. 210-214

Humor in Contemporary Native North American Literature: Reimagining Nativeness (review)

pp. 214-218

Renaissance Medievalisms (review)

pp. 218-220

About Time: Narrative, Fiction, and the Philosophy of Time (review)

pp. 220-223

Asian Canadian Writing Beyond Autoethnography (review)

pp. 223-227

The Enlightenment Cyborg: A History of Communications and Control in the Human Machine, 1660–1830 (review)

pp. 227-230

T.S. Eliot and the Concept of Tradition (review)

pp. 230-233

Sisters in Two Worlds: A Visual Biography of Susanna Moodie and Catharine Parr Traill (review)

pp. 233-236

Writing The Lost Generation: Expatriate Autobiography and American Modernism (review)

pp. 236-239

Divining Margaret Laurence: A Study of Her Complete Writings (review)

pp. 239-242

Trauma and Transformation: The Political Progress of John Bunyan (review)

pp. 243-245