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Criticism

A Quarterly for Literature and the Arts

Edited by Jaime Goodrich

Subjects: Art, Cultural Studies, Gender, Language and Literature, Literary Criticism and Theory, Music, Popular Culture, Women's Studies

Published four times per year
ISSN 0011-1589
E-ISSN 1536-0342

H-Index: 17

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Criticism provides a forum for current scholarship on literature, media, music, and visual culture. A place for rigorous theoretical and critical debate as well as formal and methodological self-reflexivity and experimentation, Criticism aims to present contemporary thought at its most vital.

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Criticism Volume 62, Number 2, Spring 2020

Happy Accidents: Critical Belatedness, Feminist Formalism, and Early Modern Women's Writing
Lara Dodds & Michelle M. Dowd

Idealist Fictions: Crossing F. H. Bradley and Samuel Butler
Justin Prystash

Form, Voice, and Utopia in David Foster Wallace
Robert Seguin

Documenting the Corporate Underworld in Mark Nowak's Coal Mountain Elementary
Bob Craven

Empathize! Feeling and Labor in the Economic Present
Alissa G. Karl

Reviews
Andrew Hiscock on Shaping Remembrance from Shakespeare to Milton by Patricia Phillippy

Joseph Drury on The Experimental Imagination: Literary Knowledge and Science in the British Enlightenment by Tita Chico

Sofie Behluli on A Political Economy of Modernism: Literature, Post-Classical Economics, and the Lower Middle-Class by Ronald Schleifer

Criticism Volume 62, Number 3, Summer 2020

Introduction: Renaissance Posthumanism and Its Afterlives
Steven Swarbrick and Karen Raber

Posthumous Community: Erasmus and the Dung Beetle 
Benjamin Bertram

Budding Oedipus: The Oedipal Family Tree and King Lear
Vin Nardizzi

Shakespeare's Cognitive Ethology: Bias as Plasticity
Craig Dionne

Renaissance Gorillas
Holly Dugan

Improbable Shepherds: Multispecies Polities and the Afterlife of Pastoral in Margaret Atwood's Maddaddam Trilogy
Julian Yates

After Life in Margaret Cavendish's Vitalist Posthumanism
Liza Blake

After Wetlands
Hillary Eklund

Reviews
John Garrison on Queer Faith: Reading Promiscuity and Race in the Secular Love Tradition by Melissa Sanchez

Dale Townshend on Romantic Shades and Shadows by Susan J. Wolfson

Emily D. Spunaugle on Novel Machines: Technology and Narrative Form in Enlightenment Britain by Joseph Drury

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61.4: Theories of the Nineteenth Century
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57.4: The Avant-Garde at War
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56.3: Andy Warhol
56.2: Jack Smith: Beyond the Rented World
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54.3: Shakespeare and Phenomenology
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53.4: Transcultural Negotiations of Holocaust Memory
53.3: Open Source
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52.3-4: The Wire
52.2: Honoring Eve: A Special Issue on the Work of Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick
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50.1: Disco

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