Criticism, Volume 64, Numbers 3-4, Summer/Fall 2022

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Summer/Fall 2022, Volume 64, Numbers 3–4

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.



Summer/Fall 2022, Volume 64, Numbers 3–4


What Is Critical Bibliography?

Lisa Maruca and Kate Ozment


Beyond the Book

Pipestone Books: Indigenous Materialisms and Bibliographical Methods

Daniel Radus


On the Black Book as Durational: Noah Purifoy’s Desert Library

Paul Benzon


Trees and Texts: Indigenous History, Material Media, and the Logan Elm

Mark Alan Mattes


Inscriptive Materiality, Epistemological Violence, and the Inka Khipu

Travis Sharp


“In the Cards”: The Material Textuality of Tarotological Reading

Jesse R. Erickson


Uncovering Labor

Critique! Critique! Critique! Black Labor in the Early American Book Trade

John J. Garcia


Beast and Man in India: Undoing John Lockwood Kipling’s Imperial Citation

Oishani Sengupta


Craftivism and Cottonian Bindings: “The Handiwork of Greta Hall”

Helen Williams


Surface Reading Paper as Feminist Bibliography

Georgina Wilson


Access in Book History Methodology and Pedagogy: Report from the “Touch to See” Workshop

Amanda Stuckey


Rethinking Catalogs and Archives

Barbara Grier’s Enumerative Bibliographies: Iterating Communal Lesbian Identities

Julie R. Enszer


On Feminist Practice in the Rare Books and Manuscripts Trade: Buying, Cataloging, and Selling

Rebecca Romney


Black Best-Selling Books and Bibliographical Concerns: The Essence Book Project

Jacinta R. Saffold and Kinohi Nishikawa


Toward an Experimental Bibliography of Hemispheric Reconstruction Newspapers

Joshua Ortiz Baco, Benjamin Charles Germain Lee, Jim Casey, and Sarah H. Salter


Activist Bibliography as Abolitionist Pedagogy in the American Prison Writing Archive

Kirstyn J. Leuner, Catherine Koehler, and Doran Larson


Acts of Disruption in the Eighteenth-Century Archives: Cooperative Critical Bibliography and the Ballitore Project

Danielle Spratt, Deena Al-halabieh, Stephen Martinez, Quill Sang, Joseph Sweetnam, Stephanie Guerrero, and Rachael Scarborough King


Bibliographic Knowledge(s)

Listening to Bamewawagezhikaquay’s Teachers: Jane Johnston Schoolcraft’s Citational Cosmopolitics

Shelby Johnson


Citing Seeds, Citing People: Bibliography and Indigenous Memory, Relations, and Living Knowledge-Keepers

Megan Peiser, Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma


Make Mine Melody: Building Beloved Community in Bibliography Using Mad Citation Practice

sarah madoka currie


“Come Think With Me”: Finding Communion in the Liberatory Textual Practices of Kameelah Janan Rasheed

Jehan L. Roberson


Making Mary Ann Waters Is a Free Black Woman: Critical Fabrication as Bibliographic Method

Kadin Henningsen


What Could a Trans Book History Look Like? Toward Trans Codicology

D. Sargan

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