In this Issue
- Volume 58, Number 1, April 2020
- Indigenous Narratives of Territory and Creation: Hemispheric Perspectives
- Leila Gómez, Special Issue Editor
A respected forum of criticism and scholarship in literary and cultural studies since 1962, English Language Notes (ELN) is dedicated to pushing the edge of scholarship in literature and related fields in new directions. Broadening its reach geographically and transhistorically, ELN opens new lines of inquiry and widens emerging fields. Each ELN issue advances topics of current scholarly concern, providing theoretical speculation as well as interdisciplinary recalibrations through practical usage. Offering semiannual, topically themed issues, ELN also includes “Of Note,” an ongoing section featuring related topics, review essays or roundtables of cutting-edge scholarship, and emergent concerns. ELN is a wide-ranging journal that combines theoretical rigor with innovative interdisciplinary collaboration.
published byDuke University Press
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Table of Contents
- pp. 1-8
- Stories, Language, and the Land
- pp. 21-39
- Borders Be Damned!
- pp. 40-62
- Fallen Star
- pp. 158-177
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