19 January, 2015
Category: Critical Theory
Fergus McGhee enjoys a learned and provocative account of metaphor that speaks up for extravagance
10 November, 2014
For Lobdell, this is a collection that pushes the boundaries of what most readers would consider bric-à-brac.
13 October, 2014
Rey Conquer find that the “meanings” of colours arise through relations and networks of association, within a work, or within a culture.
20 January, 2014
Fergus McGhee on Philip Kitcher’s Deaths in Venice, a philosophical take on the reception history of Thomas Mann’s classical novella.
11 July, 2013
Esther Allen and Matthew Reynolds conclude their discussion with thoughts on metaphor, theory, and the translatability of nonsense.
10 July, 2013
Are a translator's loyalties always split between source and target language? Esther Allen and Matthew Reynolds continue their conversation.
9 July, 2013
Our special series with Esther Allen and Matthew Reynolds begins with their consideration of the global dominance of English.
25 June, 2013
13 May, 2013
Kirsten Lew considers the cute, the zany, and the interesting in Sianne Ngai's reappraisal of aesthetics.
21 January, 2013
Zohar Atkins spots some familiar paradoxes in Martin Hägglund’s Dying For Time but can’t find Heidegger anywhere.