Editorial Theory and Literary Criticism

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Textual Constructions of Race Since 1850
George Hutchinson and John K. Young, Editors
The first of its kind, this volume sets in dialogue African Americanist and textual scholarship, exploring a wide range of African American textual history and work
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Web 2013 Open Access Available Read Online
1. Cover image for 'Publishing Blackness'
Textual Constructions of Race Since 1850
George Hutchinson and John K. Young, Editors
The first of its kind, this volume sets in dialogue African Americanist and textual scholarship, exploring a wide range of African American textual history and work
Format Publication year Price Status Purchasing option
Hardcover 2013 $59.95 Available Add Hardcover for "Publishing Blackness" to Cart
Web 2013 Open Access Available Read Online
Currently limited to: subject american_studies American Studies x

Editorial theory has always been an important aspect of literary study. Recently, it has also become a significant part of the newer forms of literary theory and criticism, as earlier views of editing as providing final authorial intention have been reexamined and challenged. Although various individual books on the subject of editing have appeared, there has not been a series to gather together the best scholarship in the field and examine the various issues and controversies surrounding it. The Editorial Theory and Literary Criticism series has been designed to fill that need.

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Editorial Theory and Literary Criticism

Editorial theory has always been an important aspect of literary study. Recently, it has also become a significant part of the newer forms of literary theory and criticism, as earlier views of editing as providing final authorial intention have been reexamined and challenged. Although various individual books on the subject of editing have appeared, there has not been a series to gather together the best scholarship in the field and examine the various issues and controversies surrounding it. The Editorial Theory and Literary Criticism series has been designed to fill that need.


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George Bornstein, University of Michigan

Editorial Board
JoAnn Boydston, Southern Illinois University

Hans Walter Gabler, University of Munich

A. Walton Litz, Princeton University

Jerome J. McGann, University of Virginia

Peter Shillingsburg, University of North Texas

Series Editor

George Bornstein, University of Michigan

Editorial Board
JoAnn Boydston, Southern Illinois University

Hans Walter Gabler, University of Munich

A. Walton Litz, Princeton University

Jerome J. McGann, University of Virginia

Peter Shillingsburg, University of North Texas


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