New and Published Books
11-17 of 17 results in Routledge Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Literature
Judaic Imaginative Journeys of the Twentieth Century
This study introduces a genuine, provocative religious vocabulary into the discourse on Modernist art and literature. Mulman looks at key texts and figures of the Modern period, including Henry Roth, Amedeo Modigliani, James Joyce, and Art Spiegelman, revealing a significant engagement with the...
Published May 15th 2012 by Routledge
This interdisciplinary collection brings together world leaders in Gothic Studies, offering dynamic new readings on popular Gothic cultural productions from the last decade. Topics covered include, but are not limited to: contemporary High Street Goth/ic fashion, Gothic performance and art...
Published May 8th 2012 by Routledge
Modernist writing has always been linked with cinema. The recent renaissance in early British film studies has allowed cinema to emerge as a major historical context for literary practice. Treating cinema as a historical rather than an aesthetic influence, this book analyzes the role of early...
Published February 26th 2012 by Routledge
Establishing an interdisciplinary connection between Migration Studies, Post-Colonial Studies and Affect Theory, Méndez analyzes the symbolic interplay between emotions, cognitions, and displacement in the narratives written by and about Dominican and Dominican-Americans in the United States and...
Published February 1st 2012 by Routledge
This book examines how African-American writers and visual artists interweave icon and inscription in order to re-present the black female body, traditionally rendered alien and inarticulate within Western discursive and visual systems. Brown considers how the writings of Toni Morrison, Gayl Jones,...
Published December 20th 2011 by Routledge
The Alchemical Literary Imagination
This book examines the ways in which contemporary British and British postcolonial writers in the after-empire era draw connections between magic (defined here as Renaissance Hermetic philosophy) and science. Writers such as Tom Stoppard, Zadie Smith, and Margaret Atwood critique both imperial...
Published October 16th 2011 by Routledge
This book examines types of resistance in contemporary poetry to the authority of scientific knowledge, tracing the source of these resistances to both their literary precedents and the scientific zeitgeists that helped to produce them. Walpert argues that contemporary poetry offers a palimpsest of...
Published September 25th 2011 by Routledge
International Perspectives in Feminist Ecocriticism
To Be Published May 24th 2013
Modern Orthodoxies: Judaic Imaginative Journeys of the Twentieth Century
To Be Published May 30th 2013
Mobile Narratives: Travel, Migration, and Transculturation
To Be Published June 13th 2013
Shipwreck in Art and Literature: Images and Interpretations from Antiquity to the Present Day
To Be Published July 31st 2013
Literature, Speech Disorders, and Disability: Talking Normal
To Be Published September 25th 2013
The Unnameable Monster in Literature and Film
To Be Published September 30th 2013
Class and the Making of American Literature: Created Unequal
To Be Published December 14th 2013
Narrative Space and Time: Representing Impossible Topologies in Literature
To Be Published January 14th 2014
Apocalyptic Discourse in Contemporary Culture: Post-Millennial Perspectives of the End of the World
To Be Published January 30th 2014
Trauma in Contemporary Literature
To Be Published February 27th 2014