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Representations 137: Language-in-Use and the Literary Artifact

Friday, February 24, 2017   (0 Comments)
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Edited by Michael Lucey, Tom McEnaney, and Tristram Wolff --

 Number 137, Winter 2017 (free for a limited time on Highwire), of Representations is now available. The contributors and articles in this issue are:   


Michael Lucey and Tom McEnaney

Introduction: Language-in-Use and Literary Fieldwork

 

Michael Silverstein

The Fieldwork Encounter and the Colonized Voice of Indigeneity

 

Tristram Wolff

Talking with Texts: Hazlitt’s Ephemeral Style

 

Jillian R. Cavanaugh

The Blacksmith’s Feet: Embodied Entextualization in Northern Italian Vernacular Poetry

 

Aaron Bartels-Swindells

The Metapragmatics ofthe “Minor Writer”: Zoë Wicomb,Literary Value, and the Windham-Campbell Prize Festival

 

Nicholas Harkness

Transducing a Sermon, Inducing Conversion: Billy Graham, Billy Kim, and the 1973 Crusade in Seoul

 

Tom McEnaney

Real-to-Reel: Social Indexicality,Sonic Materiality, and Literary Media Theory in Eduardo Costa’s Tape Works

 

Tristram Wolff

Afterword

 

Upcoming in Representations 138: Adria Imada on leprosy and the photographic archive, John Guillory on the beginning of prose, Christoph Hoffman on Exner and the compound eye, Anne Linton on sex and the civil code in 19thC France, and Alex Hernandez on bourgeois tragedy and the aesthetics of the ordinary (Coming in May 2017)


To read the articles in this issue, visit http://rep.ucpress.edu/content/137/1?utm_medium=email&utm_source=sendpress&utm_campaign



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