In this Issue
- Volume 47, Numbers 2 & 3, Spring & Summer 2016
- Recomposing the Humanities — with Bruno Latour
New Literary History focuses on questions of theory, method, interpretation, and literary history. Rather than espousing a single ideology or intellectual framework, it canvasses a wide range of scholarly concerns. By examining the bases of criticism, the journal provokes debate on the relations between literary and cultural texts and present needs. A major international forum for scholarly exchange, New Literary History has received six awards from the Council of Editors of Learned Journals.
published byJohns Hopkins University Press
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