New Directions in Print Culture Studies

Archives, Materiality, and Modern American Culture

Jesse W. Schwartz (Redaktør) ; Daniel Worden (Redaktør)

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Forlag: Bloomsbury Academic USA
Innbinding: Innbundet
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 320
ISBN: 9781501359736
Format: 23 x 15 cm
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«This rich collection both argues for and amply demonstrates the centrality of print culture to scholarship and pedagogy in the 21st century. In this volume, Schwartz and Worden give us an edgily political, unabashedly nerdy, and theoretically capacious conception of what print culture studies is and can be. The engaging and provocative essays found therein take up objects of inquiry from cartes de visites to bullet journals, from story papers to multimodal websites. They consider capitalism and counterpublics, comics and collections, sound and medium, celebrity and canonicity, multilingualism and hemispheric studies, pedagogy and activism. The clarity and precision of the chapters make this collection classroom-ready. These provocations will also serve as inspirations and entry points for scholars in the field hungry for just such an invitation to connect the print artifacts of the past in all their formal and material specificity to the urgent matters of the present. These “new directions” are awfully fun to explore.»

Catherine Keyser, Professor of English, University of South Carolina, USA

«An indispensable guide, New Directions in Print Culture Studies gathers 16 case studies that feature inventive enactments of and critical reflections on the methodologies that have enabled this radically interdisciplinary mode of analysis to transform scholarly production across the humanities and social sciences.»

Donald E. Pease, Ted & Helen Geisel Professor of the Humanities, Dartmouth College, USA

«New Directions in Print Culture Studies delivers on the promise to make its reader see the field anew. This volume's illuminating case studies are deeply researched and theoretically sophisticated, intellectually honest and, at moments, delightfully weird. A wonderful overview for seasoned and curious scholars alike.»

Jordan Alexander Stein, Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Fordham University, USA