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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: 14

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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 59, Number 3, Summer 2017

Loneliness: Black Gay Longing in the Work of Essex Hemphill
Darius Bost

Oceania's Totalitarian Technology: Writing in Nineteen Eighty-Four
Tony E. Jackson

“Not the Usual Pattern”: James Baldwin, Homosexuality, and the DSM
Cynthia Barounis

Vehicles of Periodization: Melvin B. Tolson, Allen Tate, and the New Critical Police
Andy Hines

Masturbation and Physiological Romance in Teleny
Benjamin Bagocius

The Still, Sad Music of Humanity in Doom Metal's Romanticizing Machine
Atene Mendelyte

Reviews

Miles P. Grier on Transformable Race: Surprising Metamorphoses in the Literature of Early America by Katy L. Chiles

Sarah Dennis on “Not Altogether Human”: Pantheism and the Dark Nature of the American Renaissance by Richard Hardack

Mayumo Inoue on Thinking Its Presence: Form, Race, and Subjectivity in Contemporary Asian American Poetry by Dorothy J. Wang

Thomas Leitch on Literature, Film, and Their Hideous Progeny: Adaptation and ElasTEXTity by Julie Grossman

Criticism Volume 59, Number 4, Fall 2017

Reading Color: Looking through Language in Warhol
Carmen Merport

Tempestuous Life: Ralegh's Ocean in Ruins
Steven Swarbrick

Re-Listening to Virginia Woolf: Sound Transduction and Private Listening in Mrs. Dalloway
Leah Toth

Some Stylistic Considerations of Free Indirect Discourse in Film Adaptations of Flaubert's Madame Bovary
Colin Gardner

The Metamorphoses of Empire in the Arthurian Tradition
Kathryn Hume

Eats Well with Others: Culinary Skepticism in As You Like It and Montaigne's "Of Experience"
David B. Goldstein

Reviews

Shelia Liming on Forms: Whole, Rhythm, Hierarchy, Network by Caroline Levine

Ned Schantz on Melodrama: An Aesthetics of Impossibility by Jonathan Goldberg

Karen Weisman on Art's Undoing: In the Wake of a Radical Aestheticism by Forest Pyle

Vincent Haddad on Track Changes: A Literary History of Word Processing by Matthew G. Kirschenbaum
 

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The following issues are available in print:

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
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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
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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
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50.4
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50.1: Disco

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