Relations among historiography, culture and textual representation are presently complex and rich in possibilities. Aperçus is a series of books exploring the connections between these crucial terms. Revisionist in intention, Aperçus seeks to open up new possibilities for humanistic knowledge and study, and thus to deepen and extend our understanding of what history, culture, and texts have been and are, as these terms are made to bear on each other by new thinking and writing.
Forthcoming titles in the series:
Titles in the series:
Nancy E. Johnson, Ed. Impassioned Jurisprudence: Law, Literature, and Emotion, 1760-1848 (2015)
Margery Arent Safir, Ed. Storytelling in Science and Literature (2015)
Kate Parker and Norbert Sclippa, Eds. Sade's Sensibilities (2014)
Rachana Sachdev and Qingjun Li, Eds. Encountering China: Early Modern and European Responses (2012)
Elizabeth Powers, Ed. Freedom of Speech: The History of an Idea (2011)
Katherine M. Faull, Ed. Masculinity, Senses, Spirit (2011)
Caroline McCracken-Flesher, Ed. Scotland as Science Fiction (2011)
Harold Schweizer and Kimberly Myers, Eds. The Patient (2009)
Michael J. Drexler and Ed White, Eds. Beyond Douglass: New Perspectives on Early African-American Literature (2008)
Kumkum Chatterjee and Clement Hawes, Eds. Europe Observed: Multiple Gazes in Early Modern Encounters (2008)
Julia Rudolph, Ed. History and Nation (2006)
Philip Smallwood, Ed. Critical Pasts: Writing Criticism, Writing History (2004)
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