Does Attention to Language Matter Anymore? Philology, Translation, Criticism – special issue of boundary 2, 2021

Does Attention to Language Matter Anymore? Philology, Translation, Criticism – special issue of boundary 2, 2021 (requires subscription)

Paul A. Bové / Editor’s Note / 1

Jonathan Arac / Ways of Working with Language / 3

David Golumbia / The Deconstruction of Philology / 17

Howard Eiland / Language Matters / 35

Susan H. Gillespie / The Possibility of Translation / 49

Jeffrey Sacks / The Philological Thesis: Language without Ends / 65

Tanıl Bora / Excerpts from Zamanın Kelimeleri: Yeni Türkiye’nin Siyasî Dili (Words of Our Times: The Political Language of New Turkey) / 109

Joe Cleary / The English Department as Imperial Commonwealth, or The Global Past and Global Future of English Studies / 139

Marc Nichanian / Philology from the Point of View of Its Victims / 177 Andrew Warren / Between Form and Formalization: Angus Fletcher’s

The Topological Imagination / 207
Howard Eiland / The Fate of Philology / 237

Intervention

Lindsay Waters / To Become What One Is: Why I Seek the Revival of Criticism / 251

Contributors / 265

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