NINETEENTH-CENTURY CONTEXTS
Volume 19, Number 1, 1995

CONTENTS

Articles

Aspiring Towards the Condition of Music: Pater's Revisionary Reading of Hegel in "The School of Giorgione"
Ellen Keck Stauder

The Vertigo of History and Geopolitics of Criticism: Hegelianism, Ivan Kireyevsky, and Russian Critical Tradition
Arkady Plotnitsky

"Collective Mediocrity": Alexander Herzen and J. S. Mill on European Culture
Lois S. Becker

 

FORUM:—MACKENZIE ON SAID AND IMPERIALISM

Lamentations on Reality: A Response to John MacKenzie's 'Edward Said and the Historians'
Martha L. Hildreth

The Seduction of the Unexpected: On Imperialism and History
Bruce Robbins

The Connection Between Things
Tim Youngs

Who Wants Interdisciplinary Turf Anyway?
Russ Castronovo

Thoughts on "Said and the Historians"
Clare A. Simmons

A Reply to my Critics
John M. MacKenzie


Reviews

George J. Stack, Nietzsche and Emerson: An Elective Affinity
[Len Gougeon]

Ronald R. Thomas, Dreams of Authority: Freud and the Fictions of the Unconscious
[Carol Siegel]

Ed Block, Jr., ed., Critical Essays on John Henry Newman

[John C. Hawley]

Jules David Law, The Rhetoric of Empiricism: Language and Perception From Locke to I. A. Richards
[Jocelyn Cordes]

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