Criticism, Volume 61, Number 4, Fall 2019

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Criticism, Volume 61, Number 4

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.

Criticism Volume 61, Number 4, Fall 2019
Special Issue: 
Theories of the Nineteenth Century

Introduction: A Map the Size of the Empire
Zachary Samalin

What Does It Mean To Periodize a Theory?
Kathy Alexsi Psomiades

Beyond Urgency: Shadow Presentisms, Hinge Points, and Victorian Historicisms
Eleanor Courtemanche

Toward an Inessential Theory of Form: Ruskin, Warburg, Focillon
S. Pearl Brilmyer and Filippo Trentin

To Write Like a Dream: Nineteenth-Century Legacies
Ankhi Mukherjee

Historicizing the Theorization of Race: A Nineteenth-Century Story
Irene Tucker

Let Them Sink into the Sea: Free-Trade Empire and a Hermeneutics of Disconnection
Chris Taylor

Reading for the Political Plot: A Genealogy of Disaffection
Tanya Agathocleous

Conclusion: Theory Presents
Anna Kornbluh

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