Tuesday, 18 January 2011

Wittgenstein as WorldWarII writer - my piece appears in NLH.


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  • Bruno Latour, "An Attempt at a 'Compositionist Manifesto'" | Download Article
  • Ian Hunter, "Scenes from the History of Poststructuralism: Davos, Freiburg, Baltimore, Leipzig"
  • Robert Pippin, "Philosophical Film: Trapped by Oneself in Jacques Tourneur's Out of the Past"
  • Krishan Kumar, "The Ends of Utopia"
  • Shira Wolosky, "Relational Aesthetics and Feminist Poetics"
  • Rupert Read, "Wittgenstein's Philosophical Investigations as a War Book"
  • James Phillips, "Wordsworth and the Fraternity of Joy"
  • Nergis Erturk, "Those Outside the Scene: Snow in the World Republic of Letters"
  • Angus Fletcher and Michael Benveniste, "Defending Pluralism: The Chicago School and the Case of Tom Jones"
  • Patrick Redding, "Whitman Unbound: Democracy and Poetic Form, 1912-1931"

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New Literary History

NLH

Current Issue

Access Current Issue (Subscription Required) | View Sample Past Issue

41, 3 (2010)

Summer 2010

Edited by Rita Felski

  • Bruno Latour, "An Attempt at a 'Compositionist Manifesto'" | Download Article
  • Ian Hunter, "Scenes from the History of Poststructuralism: Davos, Freiburg, Baltimore, Leipzig"
  • Robert Pippin, "Philosophical Film: Trapped by Oneself in Jacques Tourneur's Out of the Past"
  • Krishan Kumar, "The Ends of Utopia"
  • Shira Wolosky, "Relational Aesthetics and Feminist Poetics"
  • Rupert Read, "Wittgenstein's Philosophical Investigations as a War Book"
  • James Phillips, "Wordsworth and the Fraternity of Joy"
  • Nergis Erturk, "Those Outside the Scene: Snow in the World Republic of Letters"
  • Angus Fletcher and Michael Benveniste, "Defending Pluralism: The Chicago School and the Case of Tom Jones"
  • Patrick Redding, "Whitman Unbound: Democracy and Poetic Form, 1912-1931"

Forthcoming issues include "Character," "Context?" and " In the Mood."




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