An open group for all members interested in literary theory, literary criticism, the history of literary theory and criticism, literary aesthetics or literary cultural studies, the theory of literary history, comparative literature, and literary and philological studies generally.
This article discusses the use of critical signs during doctrinal debates against the background of the history of textual criticism and critical annotation from Antiquity to the Carolingian age.
Modern Chinese literature, intellectual history, critical theory
Literary criticism, critical theory, American literature, American studies, cultural studies, history of ideas, anthropology
digital humanities, critical bibliography, history of the book, periodicals, 19th Century American Literature, American religious history
American literature to 1900, economics and literature, the history of literary criticism, the profession
eighteenth-century studies; novel criticism; gender; cultural history
Medieval Iberian Literature, Women and Gender Studies, Critical Theory, Art History
critical theory, history of science, mathematics, history of mathematics, computation, and philosophy, twentieth-century poetry, modernism, avant-garde, comparative media studies
Assistant professor, School of Architecture and Urbanism, University of Brasilia. Graduate program assistant director for Architectural History, Theory, and Criticism. Architectural historian, architect, and historic preservationist. Theory and criticism of classical architecture and its influence on 19th- and early 20th-century modernity. Digital documentation and analysis of historic sites and buildings.