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‘Fanciful associations’

The Perverse Endurance of Derrida's [sic] ‘logical phallusies’

Niall Gildea

. However, it is perhaps symptomatic of Derrida's non-specialist reception history in Britain that the only component text of the Affair which has wriggled free of its immediate archive is Barry Smith's letter to the Times of 6 May 1992 (published 9 May

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The Good Enough Quarto

Hamlet as a Material Object

Terri Bourus

corrupt text derived in some way from theatrical performance. 18 Zachary Lesser followed up his collaborative essay on Q1 as a literary text with an entire book, Hamlet After Q1. This is a pioneering and important reception history of Q1, which I have

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Faith, Reason and Peace in Lessing's Late Works

Cat Moir

unsurprising that one of the central issues in the play's reception history has been the extent to which it can be read as defending the idea of natural religion or, rather, articulating a critique of secular reason. Here again, there is compelling evidence for

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The Colony as the Mystical Body of Christ

Theopolitical Embodiment in Mexico

Jennifer Scheper Hughes

Ramiro de Valenzuela . Madrid : Imprenta real de la Gazeta . Stieglitz , Ann . 1989 . “ The Reproduction of Agony: Toward a Reception-History of Grünewald's Isenheim Altar after the First World War .” Oxford Art Journal 12 ( 2 ): 87 – 103

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Frenchman, Jew, Positivist

Reading the Rules and Mapping Émile Durkheim in Germany

Wiebke Keim

the elaborate analysis in Rol 2017 ). A second translation was undertaken by René König in 1961 . Other texts that would be interesting in terms of the reception history of sociological theory include Durkheim's doctoral dissertation, ‘The Division

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When Paris was “à l'heure chinoise” or Georges Pompidou in China and Jean Yanne's (1974) Les Chinois à Paris

Catherine E. Clark

, “What Was So Funny about Les Aventures de Rabbi Jacob (1973): A Comedic Film Between History and Memory,” French Politics, Culture & Society 35, 3 (2017): 24–43. Reading film in this way requires accounting for production and reception histories

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Whoso List to Find?

Hard Facts, Soft Data, and Women Who Count

Elizabeth Mazzola

Gowing, Domestic Dangers: Women, Words, and Sex in Early Modern London [Oxford, 1998]). 46 Discussions of the reception history of ballads about Jane Shore are provided by James Harner (‘“The Wofull Lamentation of Mistris Jane Shore”: The Popularity

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Shakespeare and War

Honour at the Stake

Patrick Gray

their structure. Understanding those ‘potentialities’, however, requires some familiarity with their original context. Reception history cannot be separated from ‘the originating moment of a text’s production’. ‘Those formal and ideological