Upcoming articles

June 2014 (75.2)

Author Title
Leigh Dale and Jennifer McDonell Lessons from the Past?
Andrew Elfenbein The United States of Raveloe
Heather Murray Alexander and After: Browning Culture, Natural Method, and National Education, 1889-1914
Nancy Glazener The Browning Society in U.S. Public Literary Culture
Jennifer McDonell “The Fascination of What’s Difficult”: Browning and MacCallum’s Classroom
Robert Dingley Coming Back for Seconds: Professing English Literature in British Universities, 1880-1914
Leigh Dale T.H. Green and the Modern Novel: English at Oxford
Alison Wood Secularity and the Uses of Literature: English at Cambridge, 1890-1920
Angela Dunstan The Shelley Society, Literary Lectures and the Global Circulation of English Literature and Scholarly Practice
Herbert Tucker A Field of Magpies: Disciplinary Emergence as Modus Vivendi in English Studies
Catherine Robson Afterword: “On Difficulty”

September 2014 (75.3)

Author Title
Sarah Ellenzweig Paradise Lost and the Secret of Lucretian Sufficiency
Nicholas Birns The System Cannot Withstand Close Scrutiny: 1966, the Johns Hopkins Conference and the Anomalous Rise of Theory
Christopher Diller Signifying on Stowe: Ralph Ellison and the Sentimental Subtext of Invisible Man
Michaela Bronstein A Case for Literary Transhistory: Ngũgĩ’s Use of Conrad

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