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The New Emily Dickinson Studies

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Part of Twenty-First-Century Critical Revisions

Michelle Kohler, Alexandra Socarides, Michael C. Cohen, Eliza Richards, Christina Pugh, Michael Snediker, Colleen Glenney Boggs, Gillian Kidd Osborne, Cody Marrs, Grant Rosson, Páraic Finnerty, Faith Barrett, Desirée Henderson, Seth Perlow, Evie Shockley, Clare Mullaney, Naseer Hassan
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  • Date Published: May 2019
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  • isbn: 9781108572170

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  • This collection presents new approaches to Emily Dickinson's oeuvre. Informed by twenty-first-century critical developments, the Dickinson that emerges here is embedded in and susceptible to a very physical world, and caught in unceasing interactions and circulation that she does not control. The volume's essays offer fresh readings of Dickinson's poetry through such new critical lenses as historical poetics, ecocriticism, animal studies, sound studies, new materialism, posthumanism, object-oriented feminism, disability studies, queer theory, race studies, race and contemporary poetics, digital humanities, and globalism. These essays address what it means to read Dickinson in braille, online, graffitied, and internationally, alongside the work of poets of color. Taken together, this book widens our understanding of Dickinson's readerships, of what the poems can mean, and for whom.

    • Reads Dickinson in new contexts such as contemporary US racial politics, digital humanities and disability studies
    • Provides new and emerging theoretical and critical frameworks for approaching Dickinson
    • Brings readers versions of Dickinson that are more up-to-date with regard to ways of thinking about subjectivity and authorial identity
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    • Date Published: May 2019
    • format: Adobe eBook Reader
    • isbn: 9781108572170
    • availability: This ISBN is for an eBook version which is distributed on our behalf by a third party.
  • Table of Contents

    Introduction Michelle Kohler
    Part I. Poetics and the Imagination:
    1. Collaborative Dickinson Alexandra Socarides
    2. Generic Dickinson Michael C. Cohen
    3. 'Success in Circuit Lies': Dickinson, media, and imagination Eliza Richards
    4. Dickinson and sound Christina Pugh
    Part II. Theoretical Frameworks:
    5. Dickinson's object-oriented feminism Michelle Kohler
    6. 'The Vision – pondered long': Dickinson, chronic pain, and the materiality of figuration Michael Snediker
    7. Dickinson's posthuman worlds: biopoetics and environmental subjectivity Colleen Glenney Boggs
    8. Dickinson and historical ecopoetics Gillian Kidd Osborne
    Part III. Nineteenth-Century Histories:
    9. Dickinson's physics Cody Marrs
    10. Dickinson's geographical poetics Grant Rosson
    11. Global Dickinson Páraic Finnerty
    12. Dickinson and George Moses Horton Faith Barrett
    13. Dickinson and the diary Desirée Henderson
    Part IV. Receptions, Archives, Readerships:
    14. Textures newly visible: the online Dickinson archives Seth Perlow
    15. Coloring Dickinson: race, influence, and lyric dis-reading Evie Shockley
    16. Dickinson, disability, and a crip editorial practice Clare Mullaney
    17. Emily Dickinson in Baghdad Naseer Hassan
    Bibliography
    Index.

  • Editor

    Michelle Kohler, Tulane University, Louisiana
    Michelle Kohler is an associate professor of English at Tulane University, Louisiana and author of Miles of Stare: Transcendentalism and the Problem of Literary Vision in Nineteenth-Century America (2014).

    Contributors

    Michelle Kohler, Alexandra Socarides, Michael C. Cohen, Eliza Richards, Christina Pugh, Michael Snediker, Colleen Glenney Boggs, Gillian Kidd Osborne, Cody Marrs, Grant Rosson, Páraic Finnerty, Faith Barrett, Desirée Henderson, Seth Perlow, Evie Shockley, Clare Mullaney, Naseer Hassan

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