With this issue, we are introducing a new occasional feature, "Critical Conversations." Our intention is to provide our community of readers with short pieces by eighteenth-century scholars that address the timely and topical intellectual debates circulating within the academic profession at large. We are honored that the inaugural Critical Conversation, "Why We Argue About the Way We Read," is guest edited by Lisa A. Freeman, with contributions from Emily Hodgson Anderson, Suvir Kaul, Stuart Sherman, and Kristina Straub. --The Editors The Eighteenth Century, vol. 54, no. 1 Copyright © 2013 University of Pennsylvania Press. All rights reserved.
The Eighteenth Century – University of Pennsylvania Press
Published: Mar 6, 2013
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