Architecture

Adrian Stokes: An Architectonic Eye
Stephen Kite


Gentry Life in Georgian Ireland: The Letters of Edmund Spencer (1711-1790)
Edited by Duncan Fraser and Andrew Hadfield   Autumn 2016

Exile

Seamus Heaney and East European Poetry in Translation: Poetics of Exile
Carmen Bugan

Wanderers Across Language: Exile in Irish and Polish Literature of the Twentieth Century
Kinga Olszewska
Studies In Comparative Literature 12


Gender and sexuality

The Libertine’s Nemesis: The Prude in Clarissa and the roman libertin
James Fowler


The Holocaust

Holocaust Intersections: Genocide and Visual Culture at the New Millennium
Edited by Axel Bangert, Robert S. C. Gordon and Libby Saxton
Moving Image 4


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

Renaissance Keywords
Edited by Ita Mac Carthy

Comparative Literature in Britain: National Identities, Transnational Dynamics 1800-2010
Joep Leerssen with Elinor Shaffer
Studies In Comparative Literature 27   2017


Mythology

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

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


National and cultural identity

Holocaust Intersections: Genocide and Visual Culture at the New Millennium
Edited by Axel Bangert, Robert S. C. Gordon and Libby Saxton
Moving Image 4


Opera

Phrase and Subject: Studies in Literature and Music
Edited by Delia da Sousa Correa


Photography

Saturn’s Moons: W. G. Sebald — A Handbook
Edited by Jo Catling and Richard Hibbitt


Survey works

Channel Crossings: French and English Poetry in Dialogue 1550-2000
Clive Scott

English Responses to French Poetry 1880-1940: Translation and Mediation
Jennifer Higgins

The Reinvention of Theatre in Sixteenth-Century Europe: Traditions, Texts and Performance
Edited by T. F. Earle and Catarina Fouto  

Comparative Literature in Britain: National Identities, Transnational Dynamics 1800-2010
Joep Leerssen with Elinor Shaffer
Studies In Comparative Literature 27   2017

Likenesses: Translation, Illustration, Interpretation
Matthew Reynolds
Studies In Comparative Literature 30


Television

Holocaust Intersections: Genocide and Visual Culture at the New Millennium
Edited by Axel Bangert, Robert S. C. Gordon and Libby Saxton
Moving Image 4


Utopian thought

The Poetry of Ernest Jones: Myth, Song, and the ‘Mighty Mind’
Simon Rennie   November 2015


Verse and metre

Channel Crossings: French and English Poetry in Dialogue 1550-2000
Clive Scott

A New History of English Metre
Martin J. Duffell
Studies In Linguistics 5


Plato (c.428-348 BCE), Athenian philosopher

Platonic Coleridge
James Vigus
Studies In Comparative Literature 15


Virgil (70-19 BCE), Roman poet

The Spirit of England: Selected Essays of Stephen Medcalf
Stephen Medcalf, edited by Brian Cummings and Gabriel Josipovici

Uncharted Depths: Descent Narratives in English and French Children’s Literature
Kiera Vaclavik


Dante Alighieri (1265-1321), Italian poet

Uncharted Depths: Descent Narratives in English and French Children’s Literature
Kiera Vaclavik

Likenesses: Translation, Illustration, Interpretation
Matthew Reynolds
Studies In Comparative Literature 30


Gil Vicente (c.1465-1536), Portuguese playwright

The Reinvention of Theatre in Sixteenth-Century Europe: Traditions, Texts and Performance
Edited by T. F. Earle and Catarina Fouto  


Michel de Montaigne (1533-92), French essayist

Thinking with Shakespeare: Comparative and Interdisciplinary Essays
Edited by William Poole and Richard Scholar


Miguel de Cervantes (1547-1616), Spanish novelist

The Cervantean Heritage: Reception and Influence of Cervantes in Britain
Edited by J. A. G. Ardila

Textual Wanderings: The Theory and Practice of Narrative Digression
Edited by Rhian Atkin


William Shakespeare (1564-1616), English playwright

The Spirit of England: Selected Essays of Stephen Medcalf
Stephen Medcalf, edited by Brian Cummings and Gabriel Josipovici

Thinking with Shakespeare: Comparative and Interdisciplinary Essays
Edited by William Poole and Richard Scholar


Richard Crashaw (c.1613-49), English poet

Rethinking the Concept of the Grotesque: Crashaw, Baudelaire, Magritte
Shun-Liang Chao
Studies In Comparative Literature 22


Samuel Richardson (1689-1761), English novelist

The Libertine’s Nemesis: The Prude in Clarissa and the roman libertin
James Fowler

Richardson and the Philosophes
James Fowler


‘Voltaire’, François-Marie Arouet (1694-1778), French writer and philosopher

Richardson and the Philosophes
James Fowler


Jean Jacques Rousseau (1712-78), French philosopher

Richardson and the Philosophes
James Fowler


Denis Diderot (1713-84), French philosopher

Richardson and the Philosophes
James Fowler


Laurence Sterne (1713-69), English novelist

Shandean Humour in English and German Literature and Philosophy
Edited by Klaus Vieweg, James Vigus and Kathleen M. Wheeler

Textual Wanderings: The Theory and Practice of Narrative Digression
Edited by Rhian Atkin

Turning into Sterne: Viktor Shklovskii and Literary Reception
Emily Finer
Studies In Comparative Literature 18


Jean-Baptiste Lamarck (1744-1829), French naturalist

Samuel Butler against the Professionals: Rethinking Lamarckism 1860–1900
David Gillott
Studies In Comparative Literature 32  


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

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

Byron, Shelley, and Goethe’s Faust: An Epic Connection
Ben Hewitt
Studies In Comparative Literature 33  


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

Platonic Coleridge
James Vigus
Studies In Comparative Literature 15


Lord Byron (1788-1824), English poet

Byron, Shelley, and Goethe’s Faust: An Epic Connection
Ben Hewitt
Studies In Comparative Literature 33  


Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822), English poet

Byron, Shelley, and Goethe’s Faust: An Epic Connection
Ben Hewitt
Studies In Comparative Literature 33  

Leopardi and Shelley: Discovery, Translation and Reception
Daniela Cerimonia
Studies In Comparative Literature 34   August 2015


Giacomo Leopardi (1798-1837), Italian poet

Leopardi and Shelley: Discovery, Translation and Reception
Daniela Cerimonia
Studies In Comparative Literature 34   August 2015


Honoré de Balzac (1799-1850), French novelist

The Realist Author and Sympathetic Imagination
Sotirios Paraschas
Studies In Comparative Literature 28


William Makepeace Thackeray (1811-63), English novelist

Breeches and Metaphysics: Thackeray’s German Discourse
S. S. Prawer
Studies In Comparative Literature 1


Robert Browning (1812-89), English poet

Likenesses: Translation, Illustration, Interpretation
Matthew Reynolds
Studies In Comparative Literature 30


Ernest Charles Jones (1819-69), English poet and Chartist

The Poetry of Ernest Jones: Myth, Song, and the ‘Mighty Mind’
Simon Rennie   November 2015


George Eliot (1819-80), English novelist

Form and Feeling in Modern Literature: Essays in Honour of Barbara Hardy
Edited by William Baker with Isobel Armstrong

The Art of Comparison: How Novels and Critics Compare
Catherine Brown
Studies In Comparative Literature 23

The Realist Author and Sympathetic Imagination
Sotirios Paraschas
Studies In Comparative Literature 28


John Ruskin (1819-1900), English critic

John Ruskin’s Continental Tour 1835: The Written Records and Drawings
Edited by Keith Hanley and Caroline S. Hull   February 2016

John Ruskin’s Correspondence with Joan Severn: Sense and Nonsense Letters
Edited by Rachel Dickinson

Louisa Waterford and John Ruskin: ‘For you have not Falsely Praised’
Caroline Ings-Chambers  


Charles Baudelaire (1821-67), French poet

Rethinking the Concept of the Grotesque: Crashaw, Baudelaire, Magritte
Shun-Liang Chao
Studies In Comparative Literature 22


Fedor Dostoevskii (1821-81), Russian novelist

After Reception Theory: Fedor Dostoevskii in Britain, 1869-1935
Lucia Aiello


Lev Tolstoi (1828-1910), Russian novelist

The Art of Comparison: How Novels and Critics Compare
Catherine Brown
Studies In Comparative Literature 23


Samuel Butler (1835-1902), English novelist

Samuel Butler against the Professionals: Rethinking Lamarckism 1860–1900
David Gillott
Studies In Comparative Literature 32  


Algernon Charles Swinburne (1837-1909), English poet

Algernon Swinburne and Walter Pater: Victorian Aestheticism, Doubt and Secularisation
Sara Lyons  


Walter Pater (1839-94), English critic

Algernon Swinburne and Walter Pater: Victorian Aestheticism, Doubt and Secularisation
Sara Lyons  

Anglo-German Interactions in the Literature of the 1890s
Patrick Bridgwater

Aestheticism and the Philosophy of Death: Walter Pater and Post-Hegelianism
Giles Whiteley
Studies In Comparative Literature 20


Henry James (1843-1916), American novelist

Henry James and the Second Empire
Angus Wrenn
Studies In Comparative Literature 14


Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900), German philosopher

Anglo-German Interactions in the Literature of the 1890s
Patrick Bridgwater


Oscar Wilde (1854-1900), English writer

Oscar Wilde and the Simulacrum: The Truth of Masks
Giles Whiteley
Studies In Comparative Literature 35  


Sigmund Freud (1856-1939), Austrian psychotherapist

A Cultural Citizen of the World: Sigmund Freud’s Knowledge and Use of British and American Writings
S. S. Prawer


William Butler Yeats (1865-1939), Irish poet

Yeats and Pessoa: Parallel Poetic Styles
Patricia Silva McNeill
Studies In Comparative Literature 19


Marcel Proust (1871-1922), French novelist

Childhood as Memory, Myth and Metaphor: Proust, Beckett, and Bourgeois
Catherine Crimp

Proust and Joyce in Dialogue
Sarah Tribout-Joseph


Reginald Farrer (1880-1920), English writer and garden designer

The Modern Culture of Reginald Farrer: Landscape, Literature and Buddhism
Michael Charlesworth
Studies In Comparative Literature 36   Spring 2017


James Joyce (1882-1941), Irish novelist

Decolonizing Modernism: James Joyce and the Development of Spanish American Fiction
José Luis Venegas

Proust and Joyce in Dialogue
Sarah Tribout-Joseph


D. H. Lawrence (1885-1930), English novelist

The Art of Comparison: How Novels and Critics Compare
Catherine Brown
Studies In Comparative Literature 23


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

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

Octavio Paz and T. S. Eliot: Modern Poetry and the Translation of Influence
Tom Boll

The Spirit of England: Selected Essays of Stephen Medcalf
Stephen Medcalf, edited by Brian Cummings and Gabriel Josipovici


Fernando Pessoa (1888-1935), Portuguese poet

Yeats and Pessoa: Parallel Poetic Styles
Patricia Silva McNeill
Studies In Comparative Literature 19


Rebecca West (1892-1983), English journalist

The Sentinel: An Incomplete Early Novel by Rebecca West
Edited by Kathryn Laing


Carlo Emilio Gadda (1893-1973), Italian novelist

Gadda and Beckett: Storytelling, Subjectivity and Fracture
Katrin Wehling-Giorgi
Italian Perspectives 29


Viktor Shklovskii (1893-1984), Russian critic

Turning into Sterne: Viktor Shklovskii and Literary Reception
Emily Finer
Studies In Comparative Literature 18


René Magritte (1898-1967), Belgian artist

Rethinking the Concept of the Grotesque: Crashaw, Baudelaire, Magritte
Shun-Liang Chao
Studies In Comparative Literature 22


Vladimir Nabokov (1899-1977), Russian/American writer

Memory Across Borders: Nabokov, Perec, Chamoiseau
Sara-Louise Cooper
Transcript 6   Summer 2016


Adrian Stokes (1902-72), English critic

Adrian Stokes: An Architectonic Eye
Stephen Kite


Elias Canetti (1905-94), Bulgarian/German novelist

Iris Murdoch and Elias Canetti: Intellectual Allies
Elaine Morley
Studies In Comparative Literature 29


Samuel Beckett (1906-89), Irish playwright

Childhood as Memory, Myth and Metaphor: Proust, Beckett, and Bourgeois
Catherine Crimp

A Taste for the Negative: Beckett and Nihilism
Shane Weller

Gadda and Beckett: Storytelling, Subjectivity and Fracture
Katrin Wehling-Giorgi
Italian Perspectives 29


Louise Bourgeois (1911-2010), French artist

Childhood as Memory, Myth and Metaphor: Proust, Beckett, and Bourgeois
Catherine Crimp


Octavio Paz (1914-1998), Mexican poet

Octavio Paz and T. S. Eliot: Modern Poetry and the Translation of Influence
Tom Boll


Iris Murdoch (1919-99), English novelist

Iris Murdoch and Elias Canetti: Intellectual Allies
Elaine Morley
Studies In Comparative Literature 29


Barbara Hardy (1924-), English critic

Form and Feeling in Modern Literature: Essays in Honour of Barbara Hardy
Edited by William Baker with Isobel Armstrong


Jacques Derrida (1930-2004), French philosopher

Phrase and Subject: Studies in Literature and Music
Edited by Delia da Sousa Correa


Harold Pinter (1930-2008), English playwright

Pinter and the Object of Desire: An Approach through the Screenplays
Linda Renton


Georges Perec (1936-82), French novelist

Memory Across Borders: Nabokov, Perec, Chamoiseau
Sara-Louise Cooper
Transcript 6   Summer 2016


Stephen Medcalf (1936-2007), English critic

The Spirit of England: Selected Essays of Stephen Medcalf
Stephen Medcalf, edited by Brian Cummings and Gabriel Josipovici


Seamus Heaney (1939-), Irish poet

Seamus Heaney and East European Poetry in Translation: Poetics of Exile
Carmen Bugan


Malcolm Bowie (1943-2007), English critic

In(ter)discipline: New Languages for Criticism
Edited by Gillian Beer, Malcolm Bowie and Beate Perrey


W. G. Sebald (1944-2001), German/English novelist

Saturn’s Moons: W. G. Sebald — A Handbook
Edited by Jo Catling and Richard Hibbitt


Adam Zagajewski (1945-), Polish poet

Wanderers Across Language: Exile in Irish and Polish Literature of the Twentieth Century
Kinga Olszewska
Studies In Comparative Literature 12


Patrick Chamoiseau (1953-), French (Martinique) novelist

Memory Across Borders: Nabokov, Perec, Chamoiseau
Sara-Louise Cooper
Transcript 6   Summer 2016