Dialogue

Critical Works on Literary Texts after 1900

What is dialogue? The question invites a response which in itself produces and enriches dialogue.
Within and beyond our subject areas in Literature, Culture and the Humanities we learn by debating texts, both through the enhanced literacy which this develops and from the expansive conversation that proceeds from that literacy at every stage.
The global dimensions of culture and digital media of communication that reframe our contemporary intellectual environment add to this process.
Brill’s Dialogue series embodies one form of the discussion that remains at the very core of subject areas where critically informed dialogue within and around key texts takes place.
With its primary focus on the discussion of texts in modern cultures the series retains the potential to contribute key moments to this process and to stimulate innovation in a form that is suited both to the needs of scholarship and new generations of students to come.

Editorial Board

Executive Series Editor:
Henry Veggian, UNC Chapel Hill

Editorial Board:
Manisha Basu, University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana
Jennifer Keating-Miller, Carnegie Mellon University
Jason Stevens, University of Maryland, Baltimore
Richard Purcell, Carnegie Mellon University
Thomas Reinert, UNC Chapel Hill

Founding Editor:
Michael J. Meyer†, DePaul University, Chicago

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