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List of Published Articles under the rubric "History of Humanities"
Context-Sensitivity and Its Feedback The Two-Sidedness of Humanistic Discourse
Wolfgang Iser (1926--2007)   (Volume 1, Number 1, January 2003) : 1-33
History of Humanities

Then and Now


About a Post-Metaphysical Reading of Borges and the Form of Thinking
Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht   (Volume 4, Number 1, January 2006) : 181--196
History of Humanities


On the Road with D. H. Lawrence – or, Lawrence as Thought-Adventurer
Sandra M. Gilbert   (Volume 5, Number 1, January 2007) : 1--15
History of Humanities


Epigoni in the House of Language Benjamin on Kraus
Alexander Gelley   (Volume 5, Number 1, January 2007) : 17--32
History of Humanities


Wolfgang Iser -- In Memoriam
Shlomith Rimmon-Kenan   (Volume 5, Number 2, May 2007) : 141--44
History of Humanities


The Other Side of Gershon Shaked
Yigal Schwartz   (Volume 5, Number 2, May 2007) : 145--51
History of Humanities


Culture or Literature?
Herbert Grabes   (Volume 5, Number 2, June 2007) : 153--64
History of Humanities


The Emergence of Oedipus’s Blessing Evoking Wolfgang Iser
Sanford Budick   (Volume 7, Number 1 , January 2009) : 63--85
History of Humanities


How (if at All) Can We Encounter What Remains Latent in Texts?
Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht   (Volume 7, Number 1 , January 2009) : 87--96
History of Humanities


Walter Benjamin’s “The Task of the Translator” Theory after the End of Theory
Christian Kohlross   (Volume 7, Number 1 , January 2009) : 97--108
History of Humanities


The Holocaust Questions for the Humanities
Wlad Godzich   (Volume 7, Number 1 , January 2009) : 133--48
History of Humanities


Paul Fry’s Wordsworth, and the Meaning of Poetic Meaning, or Is It Non-Meaning? Letter to a Colleague and Friend
Geoffrey Hartman   (Volume 8, Number 1, January 2010) : 1--22
History of Humanities


"Women as the Sponsoring Category" A Forum on Academic Feminism and British Women’s Writing
Ann Cvetkovich, Susan Fraiman, Susan Stanford Friedman, and Miranda M. Yaggi   (Volume 8, Issue 2, June 2010) : 235--54
History of Humanities


Bringing History to Fiction Joseph Conrad and the Holocaust
Jeremy Hawthorn   (Volume 9, Issue 1 , July 2011) : 41-63
History of Humanities

Then and Now


Canonicity, Creativity, and the Unlimited Revelation of Literature
William Franke   (Volume 12, Issue 1, January 2014) : 1-24
History of Humanities

The Classical Canon


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