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J. Hillis Miller, Literature Matters - new book from OHP

Open Humanities Press is delighted to announce our first dual-language edition: a new collection of essays by OHP's first Editorial board member and long-time mentor:
  

J. Hillis Miller, Literature Matters 

Why and to what end should we read, teach, and occupy our time with literary and/or cultural studies? A new collection of essays edited by Monika Reif-Hülser. 

J. Hillis Miller, Lektüren-Interventionen 

Warum und wozu Literaturwissenschaft, oder im erweiterten Sinne ‚Kulturwissenschaft? Zusammengestellt, eingeleitet und übersetzt von Monika Reif-Hülser. 

Freely available for download at http://www.openhumanitiespress.org

 

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