COLLEGE LITERATURE

a journal of critical literary studies


Current Issue
Vol. 41 No.2, Spring 2014

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"What Becomes of the Subject?"

 

          

     
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Welcome to College Literature

College Literature publishes original and innovative scholarly research across the various periods, intellectual fields, and geographical locations that comprise the changing discipline of Anglophone and comparative literary studies. The journal is committed to the renewal of critique, and seeks to question both inherited disciplinary frameworks and new critical orthodoxies.

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Columbia University

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City University of New York

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McMaster University