The Johns Hopkins University Press

New Literary History

(ISSN 1080-661X)

New Literary History (NLH) focuses on theory and interpretation – the reasons for literary change, the definitions of periods, and the evolution of styles, conventions, and genres. Throughout its history, NLH has always resisted short-lived trends and subsuming ideologies. By delving into the theoretical bases of practical criticism, the journal reexamines the relations between past works and present critical and theoretical needs. A major international forum for scholarly interchange, NLH has brought into English many of today's foremost theorists whose works had never before been translated. Under Ralph Cohen's continuous editorship, NLH has become what he envisioned over thirty years ago: "a journal that is a challenge to the profession of letters." NLH has the unique distinction of receiving six awards from CELJ.

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