Pennsylvania Literary Journal

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Anna Faktorovich is an English Instructor at the Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. She is working on her dissertation, titled "The Rebellion Novel Genre in British 19th Century Literature," at the English Literature and Criticism Ph.D. program at the Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Her M.A. in Comparative Literature is from the University of South Carolina. She is the founder, editor, illustrator, graphic designer and web developer of the Pennsylvania Literary Journal, http://sites.google.com/site/pennsylvaniajournal. She won the MLA Bibliography Fellowship and the Brown University Library Military Research Fellowship, and other awards. She served as a session chair, moderator, presenter and secretary at a dozen academic conferences, including SAMLA and MLA. She published essays on hypertext, Don Quixote, and other topics. View her career portfolio at http://sites.google.com/site/annafaktorovich.

Pennsylvania Literary Journal
 

New and Old Historical Perspectives on Literature

Authored by Anna Faktorovich

This is the third issue of an academic, literary, peer-reviewed journal. It includes original scholarly essays, poetry, a short story, an interview with a well-known Indian poet, Jayanta Mahapatra, photographs, and book reviews. The Summer 2010 Special Issue, "New and Old Historical Perspectives on Literature" uses ideas created by Stephen Greenblatt in the 1980s. Despite H. Aram Veeser's 1989 anthology, _The New Historicism_, and numerous other publications in this field, one is left puzzled about why any historical examination of literature is "new." All genres and periods can be studied through a historic lens. The journal is listed on the MLA Periodicals Directory and is a member of the Council of Editors of Learned Journals. An article about this journal was published in D-Lib Magazine's November/December 2009 issue. This is the first issue that is available in print through a print-on-demand publication with Amazon CreateSpace. The critical essay and book review writers include established professors from America, England, India, China and other countries across the world. They include: Dr. Frank Casale, Dr. Robert Hauptman (Editor, Journal of Information Ethics), Dr. Carol Mejia LaPerle, Dr. Stephen Barnes, Dr. Joan Ferretti Varnum (NYU), Dr. Karley Adney, Dr. Robert McParland, Dr. Sirpa Salenius, Dr. Yihsuan Tso, Dr. Eugenia Russell (University of London), Dr. Hugh Fox (Founder of the International Organization of Independent Publishers), Dr. Louis Gallo, and Dr. Joe Mills.


Publication Date:
Jul 09 2010
ISBN/EAN13:
145058358X / 9781450583589
Page Count:
272
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5.5" x 8.5"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Literary Criticism / General




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