The Journal of Contemporary Thought
Summer Issue - 20
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Contents:

 

Modernity and Postmodernity

- Fred Dallmayr

 

Feminism and/as Myth: Feminist Literary Theory between Frye and

Barthes

- Barbara Godard

 

Fortunate Travelling: Location, Theory and Post-Colonial Identity

- Vivek Dhareshwar

 

Curriculum as Conversation

- Arthur S. Williams

 

Curriculum Wars: Pragmatism as Truce

- Steven R. Shelburne

 

Self-Consuming Art and Facts (Why the Novel Splatters)

- Robert Newman

 

Global Intimacies in the Cultural Studies Classroom

- Anna Neill

 

Home(s) Abroad: Diasporic Identities in Third Spaces

- Sura P. Rath

 

The Text as an Ethical Being: On Responsibility in Academic

Discourse

- Anna Gilpin

 

Translation and Metissage

- Alexis Nouss

 

Aesthetics and Multiculturalism: Problems of Comparative Aesthetics

- Jale Nejdet Erzen

 

Subaltern Speech and Postcolonial Studies

- Suresh Raval

 

Out of Place: The Ecopoetics of Dislocation

- Jenny Morse

 

Translation and the Global South: Comparing Ngugi's Globalectics to

Glissant's Poetics

- Duncan McEachern Yoon

 

The Future of "Theory"

- Fred Dallmayr