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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: 18

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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 63, Numbers 1&2, WinterSpring 2021

Beyond Canonicity: The Future(s) of Early Modern Women Writers
Jaime Goodrich and Paula McQuade

Manifestos

Loss and Longevity: Rhetorics and Tactics of Early Modern Women's Writing
Marie-Louise Coolahan

Is There Room for Judith Shakespeare and Her Brother, Too?
Erin A. McCarthy

How Race Might Help Us Find "Lost" Women's Writing
Joyce MacDonald

“Undisciplined”: Early Modern Women's Writing and the Urgency of Scholarly Activism
Kimberly Anne Coles

What Were Women Writers?
Melissa E. Sanchez

Theories, Methods, and Cases

Reading Milton Like a Woman
Sarah Kunjummen

Reading Marguerite de Navarre: An Aged Professor's Meditation
Anne Lake Prescott

Race Thinking in Margaret Cavendish's Drama
Sujata Iyengar

Between Women: Archival and Theoretical Methods in Early Modern Women's Writing
Christopher Shirley

From the Archive to the Classroom

Hidden in Plain Sight: Editing and (Not) Canonizing Early Modern Women's Writing
Paul Salzman

The Renaissance Women's Canon, Past, Present, and Future
Steven W. May

Unconventional Experiments: Teaching Early Modern Women Writers
Victoria E. Burke

Teaching Women Writers in a "Great Books" Program
Micheline White

Utopian Vistas

The Presence of the Now
Patricia Demers

A Small Room with Large Windows 
Sarah C. E. Ross

Reviews

Amy L. Tigner on Tasting Difference: Food, Race, and Cultural Encounters in Early Modern Literature by Gitanjali G. Shahani

Martine van Elk on Mary Wroth’s Poetry: An Electronic Edition, The Pulter Project: Poet in the Making, and Margaret Cavendish’s Poems and Fancies: A Digital Critical Edition

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63.1-2: The Future(s) of Early Modern Women Writers

62.4
62.3: Renaissance Posthumanism and Its Afterlives
62.2
62.1

61.4: Theories of the Nineteenth Century
61.3
61.2
61.1

60.4
60.3
60.2
60.1

59.4
59.3
59.2
59.1

58.4
58.3
58.2
58.1

57.4: The Avant-Garde at War
57.3
57.2: Critical Air Studies
57.1

56.4
56.3: Andy Warhol
56.2: Jack Smith: Beyond the Rented World
56.1

55.4
55.3
55.2
55.1

54.4
54.3: Shakespeare and Phenomenology
54.2
54.1

53.4: Transcultural Negotiations of Holocaust Memory
53.3: Open Source
53.2
53.1

52.3-4: The Wire
52.2: Honoring Eve: A Special Issue on the Work of Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick
52.1

51.4
51.3
51.2
51.1

50.4
50.3
50.2
50.1: Disco

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