Intersections

 

Old Books by Lin Kristensen

Articles by volume:

Volume 7 (2010)

Special Issue: ‘Scholarly Editing in the Twenty-First Century’– Preface
Regenia Gagnier

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Special Issue: “Scholarly Editing in the Twenty-first Century”– Introduction
Arthur F. Marotti

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Electronic Archives and Critical Editing
Jerome McGann

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Theorizing the Digital Scholarly Edition
Hans Walter Gabler

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Editing Without Walls
Peter Robinson

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Our Affection for Books
Susan J. Wolfson

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His Days Among the Dead are No Longer Passed: Editing Robert Southey
Lynda Pratt

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Different Demands, Different Priorities: Electronic and Print Editions
Stuart Curran

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Editing Manuscripts in Print and Digital Forms
Arthur F. Marotti

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All of the Above: The Importance of Multiple Editions of Renaissance Manuscripts
Steven W. May

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Editing Early Modern Women’s Manuscripts: Theory, Electronic Editions, and the Accidental Copy-Text
Margaret J. M. Ezell

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Different Strokes, Same Folk: Designing the Multi-Form Digital Edition
Daniel Paul O’Donnell

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Special Issue: ‘Scholarly Editing in the Twenty-First Century’– A Conclusion
Laura Mandell

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Special Issue: ‘Scholarly Editing in the Twenty-First Century’– Combined Bibliography
Jerome McGann, Hans Walter Gabler, Susan J. Wolfson, Lynda Pratt, Stuart Curran, Arthur F. Marotti, Steven W. May, Margaret J. M. Ezell, Daniel Paul O’Donnell, Laura Mandell

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Volume 6 (2009)

Mixing Media: Critical Approaches to Cinematic Modernism
Heather Fielding

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Ecocriticism, Ecomimesis, and the Romantic Roots of Modern Ethical Consumption
Vince Carducci

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‘Understood Relations': Law and Literature in Early Modern Studies1
Subha Mukherji

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Does Performance Studies Speak to Restoration Theatre?
Deborah Payne Fisk

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The Use and Misuse of Early English Books Online
Ian Gadd

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Digital Scholarship, Economics, and the American Literary Canon
Kenneth M. Price

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Editing Robert Southey’s Letters
W. A. Speck

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The Novel (in Theory)
David Kurnick

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Political Theology and Shakespeare Studies
Jennifer R. Rust

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Volume 5 (2008)

Medieval Things: Materiality, Historicism, and the Premodern Object
Kellie Robertson

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Early Modern Digital Scholarship and DEEP: Database of Early English Playbooks
Alan B. Farmer, Zachary Lesser

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Women and Shakespeare in the Restoration and Eighteenth Century
Fiona Ritchie

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Old English Literature and Feminist Theory: A State of the Field
Mary Dockray-Miller

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Hemispheric American Studies: Preliminary Thoughts on Research and Pedagogical Challenges
Caroline Levander

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The Order of Things in Anglo-Saxon Studies: Categorization and the Construction of a Discipline
Renée R. Trilling

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Romantic Literature and Colonialism
Carol Bolton

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Queering the Seventeenth Century: Historicism, Queer Theory, and Early Modern Literature
Jeremy W. Webster

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Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Drama: New Directions in the Field
Laura J. Rosenthal

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‘Perced to the Roote': Challenges in Teaching Chaucer at UK Universities
Samantha Rayner

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Twentieth-Century Re-Workings of the Victorian Novel
Grace Moore

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Contemporary Literature, Post-Industrial Capital, and the UK Creative Industries
Sarah Brouillette

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Volume 4 (2007)

Recent Studies in Religion and Renaissance Drama
David Coleman

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Death and Nostalgia: The Future of Beowulf in the Post-National Discipline of English
Haruko Momma, Michael Powell

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Where Next in Victorian Literary Studies? – Revising the Canon, Extending Cultural Boundaries, and the Challenge of Interdisciplinarity
Joanne Shattock

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Empire, Exile, and England’s ‘British Problem': Recent Approaches to Spenser’s Shepheardes Calender as a Colonial and Postcolonial Text
Stewart Mottram

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Fragments and Foundations: Medieval Texts and the Future of Feminism
Tara Williams

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The Visual Subject, c.1810–1840: Trends in Romanticism and Victorianism
Laurie Garrison

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Gender Studies and Eighteenth-Century British Literature
Toni Bowers

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The Silver-Fork Novel across Romantic and Victorian Views: Class, Gender and Commodity Culture, 1820–1841
Muireann O’Cinneide

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Coincidence Studies: Developing a Field of Research
Brean Hammond

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Working the Early Modern Archive: The Search for Lady Ingram
Lena Cowen Orlin

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Working with Anonymity: A Theory of Theory vs. Archive
Robert J. Griffin

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Views from the Other Side: Transatlantic Literature and Cultural Exchange
Heidi Slettedahl Macpherson

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‘He Who has Suffered You to Impose on Him': Blake, Derrida and the Question of Theory
Matthew J. A. Green

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Editing and Evolution
William Robins

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Volume 3 (2006)

Film as the New Shakespeare and Film on Shakespeare: Reversing the Shakespeare/Film Trajectory
Deborah Cartmell

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Materializing the Eighteenth Century: Dress History, Literature, and Interdisciplinary Study
Chloe Wigston Smith

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Cultural History, Interdisciplinarity, and Romanticism
Elizabeth Fay

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In Conrad’s Footsteps: Critical Approaches to Africanist Travel Writing
Robert Burroughs

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Presenting Romantic Texts: Editorial Theory and Practice
Carlo M. Bajetta

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Literary History’s Alternate Groove: The Expectations of Periodization and Seventeenth-Century Literary Culture
Margaret Ezell

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Towards a Global Ecology of the Fin de Siècle
Regenia Gagnier, Martin Delveaux

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‘Medieval Literature’ or ‘Early Europe’? How to Win Grants and Change the Course of Scholarship
Stephanie Trigg

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The William Blake Archive: An Overview
Steven E. Jones

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Towards an Eighteenth-Century Transatlantic Critical Race Theory*
Ruth Hill

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Modernist Studies and the Bildungsroman: A Historical Survey of Critical Trends
Tobias Boes

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A Brief History of the Edited Shakespearean Text
Gavin Paul

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Volume 2 (2005)

Medieval Crusading in the Literary Contexts of England: Teaching Romance and Chronicle
Suzanne M. Yeager

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Like Leaving the Nile. IVANHOE, a User’s Manual
Jerome McGann

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A Sign that History is Happening: Shakespeare in 20th-Century South African literature
Natasha Distiller

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Linking Teaching and Research through Technology
Christie Carson

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Modern Problems of Editing: The Two Texts of Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus
Andrew Duxfield

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Victorian Shakespeare
Gail Marshall

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Shakespearean Editing and Why It Matters
Leah Marcus

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Volume 1 (2004)

In and Out of Hegemony: Academic Conferences and the ‘Public Sphere’
Nicholas Hudson

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“Empire of the Muse”: American Encounters with Wordsworth
Leslie Eckel

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The Problem of Transformation: The Use of Medieval Sources in Fantasy Literature
Michael D.C. Drout

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Textual Transmission, Reception and the Editing of Early Modern Texts1
Adam Smyth

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The Virtual Reality of the Anglo-Saxon Mappamundi
Martin K. Foys

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Teaching and Studying the Middle English Romance: New Directions, Affiliations, and Pleasures of the Text
Nicole Clifton

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The Future of the Scholarly Edition
Linda Bree

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XML and Early English Manuscripts: Extensible Medieval Literature
Kathryn Powell

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Digitizing the Middle Ages
David F. Johnson

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The Reinvention of Scholia: Etexts and the Teaching of Early Modern Literature
Matthew Steggle

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Clasping Hands Across the Gulf: The Victorians and the Eighteenth Century
Francis O’Gorman, Katherine Turner

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Which Middle Ages? Literature Anthologies and Critical Ideologies
Sarah A. Kelen

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The ESTC and Eighteenth-Century Literary Studies
George Justice

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Becoming an E-Bookworm
Kristin H. Jensen

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