1. Introduction
  2. Russ Castronovo, Gordon Hutner
  3. pp. 1-8
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  1. What Can A Literary Critic Do? Thoughts on a Universal Design for Criticism
  2. Rachel Adams
  3. pp. 9-19
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  1. Who's Silenced? Who's Not?
  2. Chadwick Allen
  3. pp. 20-32
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  1. Elsewhere Catastrophe
  2. Anna Brickhouse
  3. pp. 33-53
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  1. Cultural Studies Revisited: Determinate Conditions and the Depressive Position
  2. Eva Cherniavsky
  3. pp. 54-66
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  1. American Literary Criticism in a Time of Pandemic
  2. Thomas Constantinesco
  3. pp. 67-76
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  1. Remediations in an Emergency
  2. Peter Coviello
  3. pp. 77-90
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  1. On Dissonance and Its Functions in Asian American Criticism
  2. Denise Cruz
  3. pp. 91-101
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  1. Latinx Historicisms in the Present
  2. John Alba Cutler
  3. pp. 102-112
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  1. I Can't Breathe, 2020: The Arts and Sciences of Oxygen
  2. Wai Chee Dimock
  3. pp. 113-125
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  1. Literary Theory on Acid
  2. Ramzi Fawaz
  3. pp. 126-141
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  1. "As if!" in Thunder
  2. Jennifer L. Fleissner
  3. pp. 142-157
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  1. Forms of Opposition in American Literary Criticism
  2. Paul Giles
  3. pp. 158-173
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  1. The Political, the Personal, and "The Function of American Literary Criticism at the Present Time," 1983–2021
  2. Susan Gillman
  3. pp. 174-185
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  1. Standing at the Border
  2. Yogita Goyal
  3. pp. 186-198
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  1. Feeling Fallible, Being Wrong
  2. Maurice S. Lee
  3. pp. 199-211
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  1. The Functions of American Literary Criticism in the Present Moment: A Literary Historical Memoir
  2. Stephanie LeMenager
  3. pp. 212-223
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  1. "That Grim Sphinx": Literary Historicism and Tourgée's Toinette Novels
  2. Robert S. Levine
  3. pp. 224-236
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  1. Asian American Cultural Critique at the End of US Empire
  2. Colleen Lye
  3. pp. 237-255
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  1. As the World Turns; or Against Methodology
  2. Stacey Margolis
  3. pp. 256-266
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  1. A View from the Heart of Europe
  2. Giorgio Mariani
  3. pp. 267-271
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  1. "Suspect-Proof"? Paranoia, Suspicious Reading, and the Racial Passing Narrative
  2. Sinéad Moynihan
  3. pp. 272-282
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  1. The Black Situation: Notes on Black Critical Theory Now
  2. Anthony Reed
  3. pp. 283-300
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  1. Raven's Land: American Literary History In Medias Res
  2. Sarah Rivett
  3. pp. 301-314
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  1. Toward Critical State Studies: Bringing the Democratic State Back into American Literary Criticism
  2. Cécile Roudeau
  3. pp. 315-326
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  1. Criticism on the Border and the Decolonization of Knowledge
  2. Ramón Saldívar
  3. pp. 327-341
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  1. Critical Enough
  2. Elisa Tamarkin
  3. pp. 342-353
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  1. The Postliberal Aesthetic; or, How Can Literary Criticism Help Unsettle America's Polarization?
  2. Johannes Voelz
  3. pp. 354-368
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  1. Back to Black: African American Literary Criticism in the Present Moment
  2. Kenneth W. Warren
  3. pp. 369-379
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  1. "The Critic's Duty Is to Refuse"
  2. Jonathan Arac
  3. pp. 380-386
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  1. Slow Criticism: American Literary Studies as a World
  2. Nancy Bentley
  3. pp. 387-393
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  1. The Romance of Consequentiality
  2. David James
  3. pp. 394-407
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  1. Commentary
  2. Walter Benn Michaels
  3. pp. 408-425
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