Inquire 2.2 (June 2012) 'Literary Violence' is published.
'Literary Violence' features a range of contributions from emerging and established academics in Comparative Literature and the Arts, from Canada, the United States, Britain, Scotland, Estonia, Germany, Romania and New Zealand.
The ‘In Every Issue’ section features:
- ‘State of the Discipline’ by Dr. Marina Grishakova (Associate Professor of Comparative Literature at the University of Tartu, Estonia; General Coordinator of the European Network for Comparative Literary Studies)
- ‘CL History’ by Dr. Christian Moser (Chair Professor of Comparative Literature at the University of Bonn, Germany; President of the German Comparative Literature Association)
- ‘U Views’ by Dr. Stephen Turner and Dr. Sean Sturm (University of Auckland)
- ‘Media X’ by Dr. Jenna Ng (Newton Trust/Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH) at the University of Cambridge)
Following the ‘Literary Violence’ theme for this issue, articles and reviews by graduate students offer interdisciplinary and comparative analyses and discussions of interest to academics in Comparative Literature and the Arts.
As always, the CL Hub section offers valuable insights and resources relevant to students, teachers and scholars of literature.