The Christian Rhetoric of the Mester de Clerecía
Florence Curtis
Studies in Hispanic and Lusophone Cultures 25   Spring 2017

Gender and sexuality

Voices and Veils: Feminism and Islam in French Women’s Writing and Activism
Anna Kemp
Research Monographs in French Studies 29


History of ideas

Cognitive Confusions: Dreams, Delusions and Illusions in Early Modern Culture
Edited by Ita Mac Carthy, Kirsti Sellevold and Olivia Smith   Summer 2016

Performing Medieval Text
Edited by Ardis Butterfield, Henry Hope and Pauline Souleau   Autumn 2016

Transformative Change in Western Thought: A History of Metamorphosis from Homer to Hollywood
Edited by Ingo Gildenhard and Andrew Zissos

Sublime Conclusions: Last Man Narratives from Apocalypse to Death of God
Robert K. Weninger
Studies In Comparative Literature 43   2017


Languages in contact

Islamic Culture in Spain to 1614: Essays and Studies
L. P. Harvey
Studies in Hispanic and Lusophone Cultures 17   Summer 2016


Law and society

Voices and Veils: Feminism and Islam in French Women’s Writing and Activism
Anna Kemp
Research Monographs in French Studies 29


Mythology

Symbol and Intuition: Comparative Studies in Kantian and Romantic-Period Aesthetics
Edited by Helmut Hühn and James Vigus

Transformative Change in Western Thought: A History of Metamorphosis from Homer to Hollywood
Edited by Ingo Gildenhard and Andrew Zissos

Blake, Lavater and Physiognomy
Sibylle Erle
Studies In Comparative Literature 21

The Jewish Pope: Myth, Diaspora and Yiddish Literature
Joseph Sherman
Studies In Yiddish 4


National and cultural identity

Negotiating Sainthood: Distinction, Cursilería and Saintliness in Spanish Novels
Kathy Bacon

Postcolonial Fiction and Sacred Scripture: Rewriting the Divine?
Sura Qadiri

Islamic Culture in Spain to 1614: Essays and Studies
L. P. Harvey
Studies in Hispanic and Lusophone Cultures 17   Summer 2016


Orientalism

Neither a Borrower: Forging Traditions in French, Chinese and Arabic Poetry
Richard Serrano
Studies In Comparative Literature 7


Postcolonial studies

Postcolonial Fiction and Sacred Scripture: Rewriting the Divine?
Sura Qadiri


Epicurus (341-270 BCE), Athenian philosopher

Dante and Epicurus: A Dualistic Vision of Secular and Spiritual Fulfilment
George Corbett
Italian Perspectives 25


Gonzalo de Berceo (c.1190-1264), Spanish poet

Berceo’s ‘Vida de Santa Oria’: Text, Translation and Commentary
Anthony Lappin


Dante Alighieri (1265-1321), Italian poet

Desire in Dante and the Middle Ages
Edited by Manuele Gragnolati, Tristan Kay, Elena Lombardi and Francesca Southerden

Dante and Epicurus: A Dualistic Vision of Secular and Spiritual Fulfilment
George Corbett
Italian Perspectives 25


Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832), German writer

The Present Word: Culture, Society and the Site of Literature — Essays in Honour of Nicholas Boyle
Edited by John Walker

Symbol and Intuition: Comparative Studies in Kantian and Romantic-Period Aesthetics
Edited by Helmut Hühn and James Vigus


William Blake (1757-1827), English poet and artist

Blake, Lavater and Physiognomy
Sibylle Erle
Studies In Comparative Literature 21


J. C. F. Hölderlin (1770-1843), German poet

The Near and Distant God: Poetry, Idealism and Religious Thought from Hölderlin to Eliot
Ian Cooper


Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772-1834), English poet

Symbol and Intuition: Comparative Studies in Kantian and Romantic-Period Aesthetics
Edited by Helmut Hühn and James Vigus


Mary Shelley (1797-1851), English novelist

Sublime Conclusions: Last Man Narratives from Apocalypse to Death of God
Robert K. Weninger
Studies In Comparative Literature 43   2017


Stéphane Mallarmé (1842-98), French poet

Neither a Borrower: Forging Traditions in French, Chinese and Arabic Poetry
Richard Serrano
Studies In Comparative Literature 7


Victor Segalen (1878-1919), French poet

Neither a Borrower: Forging Traditions in French, Chinese and Arabic Poetry
Richard Serrano
Studies In Comparative Literature 7


T. S. Eliot (1888-1965), English/American poet

The Near and Distant God: Poetry, Idealism and Religious Thought from Hölderlin to Eliot
Ian Cooper