The Routledge Handbook of Star Trek
The Routledge Handbook to the Ghost Story
The Routledge Handbook of Shakespeare and Memory
By Kirby Brown, Stephen Ross, Alana Sayers
September 19, 2022
The Routledge Handbook to North American Indigenous Modernisms provides a powerful suite of innovative contributions by both leading thinkers and emerging scholars in the field. Incorporating an international scope of essays, this volume reaches beyond traditional boundaries to locate North ...
By Douglas A. Vakoch
September 15, 2022
The Routledge Handbook of Ecofeminism and Literature explores the interplay between the domination of nature and the oppression of women, as well as liberatory alternatives, bringing together essays from leading academics in the field to facilitate cutting-edge critical readings of literature. ...
By Clifford Werier, Paul Budra
August 31, 2022
The Routledge Handbook of Shakespeare and Interface provides a ground-breaking investigation into the digital spaces where Shakespeare is transformed. While such media-specific operations may be largely invisible to the average reader or viewer, the interface properties of books, screens, and media...
By Leimar Garcia-Siino, Sabrina Mittermeier, Stefan Rabitsch
July 21, 2022
The Routledge Handbook of Star Trek offers a synoptic overview of Star Trek, its history, its influence, and the scholarly response to the franchise, as well as possibilities for further study. This volume aims to bridge the fields of science fiction and (trans)media studies, bringing together the ...
By Pablo Baisotti
March 01, 2022
This Handbook brings together essays from an impressive group of well-established and emerging scholars from all around the world, to show the many different types of violence that have plagued Latin America since the pre-Colombian era, and how each has been seen and characterized in literature and...
By Steven G. Kellman, Natasha Lvovich
October 12, 2021
Though it might seem as modern as Samuel Beckett, Joseph Conrad, and Vladimir Nabokov, translingual writing - texts by authors using more than one language or a language other than their primary one - has an ancient pedigree. The Routledge Handbook of Literary Translingualism aims to provide a ...
By Karen Raber, Holly Dugan
August 11, 2020
Shakespeare’s plays have a long and varied performance history. The relevance of his plays in literary studies cannot be understated, but only recently have scholars been looking into the presence and significance of animals within the canon. Readers will quickly find—without having to do ...
By Christy Desmet, Sujata Iyengar, Miriam Jacobson
October 14, 2019
The Routledge Handbook of Shakespeare and Global Appropriation brings together a variety of different voices to examine the ways that Shakespeare has been adapted and appropriated onto stage, screen, page, and a variety of digital formats. The thirty-nine chapters address topics such as trans- and ...
By A. Robert Lee
June 05, 2018
Beat literature? Have not the great canonical names long grown familiar? Ginsberg, Kerouac, Burroughs. Likewise the frontline texts, still controversial in some quarters, assume their place in modern American literary history. On the Road serves as Homeric journey epic. "Howl" amounts to Beat ...
By Scott Brewster, Luke Thurston
November 10, 2017
The Handbook to the Ghost Story sets out to survey and significantly extend a new field of criticism which has been taking shape over recent years, centring on the ghost story and bringing together a vast range of interpretive methods and theoretical perspectives. The main task of the volume is to ...
By Andrew Hiscock, Lina Perkins Wilder
August 17, 2017
The Routledge Handbook of Shakespeare and Memory introduces this vibrant field of study to students and scholars, whilst defining and extending critical debates in the area. The book begins with a series of "Critical Introductions" offering an overview of memory in particular areas of Shakespeare ...
By Laurence Roth, Nadia Valman
June 15, 2017
The Routledge Handbook to Contemporary Jewish Cultures explores the diversity of Jewish cultures and ways of investigating them, presenting the different methodologies, arguments and challenges within the discipline. Divided into themed sections, this book considers in turn: How the individual ...