JCLA Vol. 1, No. 1 (Summer 1978)

  • Ananta Charana Sukla – Editorial
  • Harold Osborne – Aesthetic Perception
  • John Hospers – Art And Morality
  • P S Sastri – East And West In Coomaraswamy’s Theory of Art
  • Trevor Ling – Humanity’s Relation to Nature in Buddhist Thought
  • Vinayak Krishna Gokak – On Coleridge’s Aesthetics
  • Ananta Charana Sukla – Problem of Understanding and Enjoyment in Aesthetic Experience

BOOK REVIEWS: Haladhar PandaThe Concept of Imitation in Greek and Indian Aesthetics (Ananta Charan Sukla)

JCLA Vol. I, No. 2 (Winter 1978)

  • Rene Wellek – Prospect and Retrospect
  • Martin Bucco – Profession of Criticism
  • Remo Ceserani – Rene Wellek
  • Murray Krieger – Truth and Troth, Fact and Faith: Accuracy to the World and Fidelity to Vision
  • Ananta Charana Sukla – Theory of Impersonal Art
  • Jayanta Chakrabarti – Indian Silpa Texts on the Drawing of Human Form

Vol. II-III (1979-80)

  • John Fisher – Plato’s Use of Poetry
  • Milton Snoeyenbos & Robert Frederick – Aristotle and Freud on Art
  • P. S. Sastri – The End of Lyric Poetry
  • G. C. Nayak – Darubrahma and the Philosophy of Spiritual Common-Ism
  • Subodh Chandra Sengupta – Epistle

Vol. IV, Nos. 1-2 (1981)

  • R. Srinivasa Iyengar – Autobiographical
  • Harold Osborne – Expressiveness in Music
  • John B. Vickery – On First Reading Empson’s Letter II – Notes on Poem as Structure
  • Mary B. Wiseman – Identifying with Characters in Literature
  • Keith Keating – Notes Towards the Development of a Poetics of the English Class
  • Robert Kraut – Understanding Art
  • Ronald E Roblin – The Artifactuality of Art
  • Milton H. Snoeyenbos – Three Aspects of Meaning in Dance
  • NOTES AND REVIEWS: K. VishwanathanStandards In Literary Criticism

Vol. V, Nos. 1-2 (1982)

  • Charles Altieri – Representation, Representativeness and ‘Non-Representational’ Art
  • N. M. Rao – Baudelaire’s Experiments With Time
  • R. B. Palmer – Dantean ‘Figura’ In Camus’s ‘The Plague’
  • T. J. Diffey – Art and Understanding: Collingwood’s Aesthetics and Moore’s Ethics Compared
  • T. R. Martland – On Play and Aesthetic Theory
  • S. K. Saxena – Richard Attenborough’s ‘Gandhi’: An Essay in Understanding
  • Ronald Roblin – Representation and Abstraction in Painting
  • Haladhar PandaMetacriticism (Suresh Raval)
    A.C. SuklaThe Indian Philosophy of Beauty (T.P. Ramachandran)
    Thomas HuhnThe Postmodern Condition: A Report on Knowledge (Jean-Francois Lyotard)
    M.N RayThe Lotus in the Stone: An Allegory for Explorations in Dreams and Consciousness (Sehdev Kumar)
    Sushant Kumar PandaThe Dialogic Imagination (M.M. Bhaktin)
    Richard ShustermanThe Object of Literary Criticism (Graham McFee)
    A.C. SuklaEssays on Aesthetics: Perspectives on the Work of Monroe C.Beardsley (John Fisher)
    Randolph M. FeezellWhat is Art? (Hugh Curtler)
    George T. HoleExperience as Art (Joseph H. Kupfer)
    A.C. SuklaThe Language of Images: On Narrative (W.J.T. Mitchell)
    S. MohantySymbol and Theory: A Philosophical Study of Theories of Religion in Social Anthropology (John Skorupski)
    Bhabani S. BaralShakespeare Criticism: Dryden to Morgann (S. Holme Chaudhuri)
    Banamali RathaKavyaprakasadarpana Mahapatra (Visvanatha Kaviraja)
    S. N. GhoshalElements of Indian Aesthetics (P.S. Sastri)
    A. C. SuklaPhilosophical Discussions (Suresh Chandra)
    Suresh Chandra MishraPolitical Thought in Sanskrit Kavya (Geeta Upadhyaya)
    A. C. SuklaThe Avestan: A Historical and Comparative Grammar (Satyaswarupa Misra)
    Jatindra K. NayakThe Scientific Basis of Ethics and Philosophy (Karabi Sen)
    Jatindra K. NayakInfluences on Hindu Civilization, Buddhist and Muslim (Sen and Bose)
    Bijay K. TripathyWord Atlas of Baghel-Khanda (Hiranlal Shukla)
    Sarat Chandra MohapatraMain Problems of Kant’s Critique: A Critical Survey (Bijan Biswas)
    S. L. SrivastavaAspirations of Indian Youth: A Study in Sociology of Youth (Sudarshan Kumari)

Vol. VI, Nos. 1-2 (1983)

  • Menachem Brinker – On the Discrimination of Realisms in the Literary Work of Art
  • D. M. E. Roskies – ‘Social Realism’ and the Forms of Fiction
  • Lars Aagaard Mogensen – It’s Funny, The Truth Is
  • Leonard Orr – Descartes Ala Mode – Nietzsche and the Valery on Cognition
  • Mary Wiseman – Reading Characters
  • Yishai Tobin – Sentence Length as a Stylistic Device in Selected Texts by Stefan Zweig
  • N. S. Sahu – Cordelia: Shakespeare’s Metaphor For ‘Nature’ And ‘Grace’

Vol. VII, Nos. 1-2 (1984)

  • Richard Shusterman – Eliot and Ruskin
  • J. A. Sokolow – The Metaphysical Poets and the Origins of Ralph Waldo Emerson’s Transcendentalism
  • Karen L. Field – Artists’ Aesthetic Criteria: An Anthropological View
  • Pierre Han – Wilde’s Solome – Survival In A Hothouse
  • R. K. Raval – Wordsworth’s ‘Spots of Time’ and the Use of ‘Chiaroscuro’ in Constable: A Study in Aesthetic Parallelism
  • Sehdev Kumar – Transcendental Aesthetics: Verses of Experience of a Sage
  • Suresh Raval – Literary Response and the Concept of Criticism

Vol. VIII, Nos. 1-2 (1985)

  • Harold Osborne – Autobiographical
  • David Patterson – Bakhtin and Heidegger on Word and Being
  • Henning Jensen – Metaphysical Pessimism and Samuel Beckett
  • Jay Rahn – Restricted Relational Richness and Musical Analysis
  • Kenneth Marc Harris – Wyatt Earp Joins the Community
  • S. J. Paolini – Modern and Medieval Literary Aesthetic Objects: Joyce’s ‘A Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man’ And Dante’s ‘Divine Commedia’
  • Sarah B. Fowler – Dancing in (Outer) Space: A Freefall through the Aesthetics of Dance
  • S. K. Saxena – Sasanne K. Langer and A Poem of Blake
  • Tariq Rahman – Stereotypes of Homosexuality in the Fiction of Angus Wilson

Vol. IX, Nos. 1-2 (1986)

  • Harry Berger Jr. – Reconstructing the Old New Criticism
  • Donald G. Marshall – Deconstruction, Sophistic and Hermeneutics: Derrida, Gorgias, Plato and Gadamer
  • Joseph Riddel – The Anomalies of Literary (Post) Modernism
  • Suresh Raval – Deconstruction and Philosophy
  • Tenney Nathanson – Whitman’s Presence: Apostrophe, Voice and Text in Leaves of Grass
  • Thomas A. Vogler – Blake’s Golden Load

Vol. X, Nos. 1-2 (1987)

  • Goran Sorbom – What is in the Mind of the Image-Maker
  • Gordon Epperson – Music and Representation
  • Gregory Fuller – The Resemblance Theory Revisited
  • Mark A. Cheetham – The Nationality of Sublimity: Kant and Burke on the Intuition and Representation of Infinity
  • Milton Snoeyenbos – Dance Representation
  • Moshe Ron – On Rorty on Derrida on Heidegger on Representation with a Parable on Sending by Kafka
  • Stephen David Ross – The Politics of Performance and the Temporality of Representation
  • T. R. Quigley – A Casual Theory of Pictorial Representation
  • S. K. Saxena – A Note on Representation in Kathak Dance

Vol. XI, Nos. 1-2 (1988)
[Special Volume on the Frankfurt School]

  • Martin Jay – Habermas and Postmodernism
  • Carol Salus – R. B. Kitaj and Walter Benjamin
  • Eugene Lunn – The Frankfurt School in the Development of Mass-Culture Debate
  • Janelle Reinelt – Approaching the Postmodernist Threshold: Samuel Beckett and Bertolt Brecht
  • Lambert Zuidervaart – Methodological Shadowboxing in Marxist Aesthetics: Lukacs And Adorno
  • Norman Fischer – Narcissism and Political Psychology: From the Frankfurt School to Christopher Lasch
  • Richard Wolin – Benjamin, Adorno, Surrealism
  • Ronald E. Roblin – Collingwood and Adorno on the Popular Arts
  • Sabine Wilke – ‘Torn Halves of an Integral Freedom’: Adorno’s and Benjamin’s Readings of Mass Culture

Vol. XII, Nos. 1-2 (1989)

  • Arthur Fine – Words and Works
  • Goran Sorbom – Imitation and Art
  • V. K. Chari – The Status of the Religious Emotion
  • Judith Lochhead – Identifying Musical Works of Art
  • Peter Mew – Music, Universality, Emotional Character and Authenticity
  • Robert Griffin – Jung’s Science in ‘Answer to Job’ and the Hindu Matrix of Form
  • Roger W. Rouland – Sociological Norms and the Heroic Epic: A Comparative Note
  • Ruth Lorand – Types of Interpretation and the Work of Art
  • Ibrahim Dawood – Moral Themes in Three Versions of the Bidpai Collection: A Study of Literary Adaptation
  • Virginia M. Giouli – Kantian Aesthetics: A Pragmatist Critique
  • Sehdev Kumar – 1895-1915: The Second Renaissance
  • Ronald RoblinNietzsche as Philosopher (Arthur C. Danto)
  • B. K. SenapatiThe Beauty of Environment: A General Model for Environmental Aesthetics (Yrjo Sepanmaa)
  • William PlankAnti-Oedipus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia (Gilles Deleuze, Felix Guattari)
  • A. C. Sukla – Literature and Spirit: Essays on Bakhtin and His Contemporaries (David Patterson)
  • S. K. PandaConfession and Complicity in Narrative (Dennis A. Foster)

Vol. XIII, Nos. 1-2 (1990)

  • Michael Holquist – Frantisek Galan (1946-1991): In Memoriam
  • David Herman – Pragmatics, Prague-Matics, Metapragmatics: Contextualizing Pragmatic Contexts
  • Hana Arie Gaifman – The Dynamic Aspect of the Dominant
  • Peter Steiner – Go Not Thou about to Square the Circle: The Prague School in a Nutshell
  • Michael Sprinker – From Prague to Paris: Formalism as a Method in Literary Studies
  • Milan Palec – Prague Structuralism and the Czech Theatre of the 1930s

Vol. XIV, Nos. 1-2 (1991)

  • Michael Holquist – The Velvet Revolution in Literary Theory
  • Miroslav Cervenka – Poetics and Phonology: Points of Disharmony
  • Jindrch Toman – Linguistics in Society: Notes on the Emergence of the Prague Circle
  • Kei I. Yamanaka – Jakobson on Peirce
  • I.R. Titunik & J. Toman – Roman Jakobson on Modern Czech Poetry (1925)
  • Wendy Holmes – Belated Meetings: Art History and Prague Structuralism
  • Peter Steiner – Gustav Shpet and the Prague School: Conceptual Frames for the Study of Language

Vol. XVI, Nos. 1-2 (1992)

  • Ananta Charan Sukla – Jagannath Chakravorty: A Memoir
  • Dushan Pajin – Remembrance, Recognition and the Aesthetic Way
  • Haladhar Panda – Jagannath Chakravorty: A Shakespearean Critic
  • Jane Duran – The Arts of Amarna and India: A Study in Representation
  • Kapil Kapoor – Theory of the Novel: An Indian View
  • Krishna Rayan – Laksana and Deconstruction
  • A. C. Sukla – Representation in Painting and Drama: Arguments from Indian Aesthetics
  • M. S. Kushwaha – The Contemporary Relevance of Indian Aesthetics: Some Reflections
  • R. S. Pathak – Dialectics of the Reader-Response: The Indian Approach
  • Sitansu Ray – Tagore on Comparative Music Aesthetics: Indian and Western
  • Dhanya Menon – Multi-Level Semantics: An Analysis of Poetic Meaning in Indian and Contemporary Western Theory
  • Derrida on the Mend (Robert Magliola);
  • Derrida and Indian Philosophy (Harold Coward)
  • A. C. SuklaAfter Amnesia: Tradition and Change in Indian Literary Criticism (G. N. Devy)
  • H. PandaSanskrit Criticism (Chari, V. K.)
  • H. PandaIndian Poetics and Western Thought; New Perspective on Indian Poetics (Kushwaha, M. S.)
  • Indian Aesthetics: An Introduction (V. S. Seturaman);
  • Dramatic Concepts: Greek and Indian (Bharat Gupt)
  • A. K. MahapatraText and Sub-Text: A Theory of Suggestion; Sahitya, A Theory (Krishna Rayan)
  • Sushant Kumar PandaMyth, Truth and Literature: Toward a True Post-Modernism (Colin Falck)
  • Kshirod Chandra DashThe Dhvanyaloka of Anandavardhana with the Locana of Abhinavagupta (Daniel H. H. Ingalls, J. M. Masson, M. V. Patwardhan)

Vol. XVII, Nos. 1-2 (1993)
[Special Volume on Italian Aesthetics since Croce]

  • Grazia Marchiano – Editorial
  • Gianni Vattimo – On the Challenge of Art to Philosophy: Aesthetics at the End of Epistemology
  • Aldo Trione – The De Sanctis: Croce Line and the Problem of Modernity
  • Grazia Marchiano – Ananda Kentish Coomaraswamy: A Short Critical Survey
  • Luisa Bonesio – Italian Philosophical Aesthetics: A New Generation
  • Stefano Benassi – Orientations of Phenomenological Aesthetics in Italy: The Encounter with Marxism and Semiotics
  • Stefano Zecchi – The Theory of Art in Italian Idealism

Vol. XVIII, Nos. 1-2 (1994)

  • Brian G. Caraher – Intimate Conflict: Contradiction as Origin and Mode of Existence of the Work of Art
  • Douglas Chismar – Theodore Lipps, Aesthetics Empathy, and the Self-Other Problem
  • Frank J. Hoffman – ‘Significant Form’ in the Aesthetics of Clive Bell
  • Frank Vulpi – A Taoist Reading of Shakespeare’s King Lear
  • Peter Gaeffke – German Indology and the Orientalism Debate
  • Robert Dixon – The Baumgarten Corruption
  • Robert S. Stewart & Michael Manson – Deceit, Desire, and Deconstruction in King Lear
  • Stan Godlovitch – Aesthetes, Critics, and the Aesthetic Attitude
  • A.C. SuklaToward a Theory of Comparative Literature (Marrio J. Valdes)
  • K. C. DashSeries on Performing Arts – Indian Theatre: Traditions of Performance. Sanskrit Drama in Performance.
  • Sitar Music in Calcutta: An Ethnomusicological Study. Drama and Ritual of Early Hinduism. Sanskrit Play Production in Ancient India
  • A. C. SuklaPossible-Worlds in Literary Theory: Possible Worlds in Humanities, Arts and Sciences: Proceedings of Nobel Symposium (Sture Allen), Possible Worlds in Literary Theory (Ruth Ronen)
  • B. C. DashCritical Conditions: Postmodernity and the Question of Foundation (Horace L. Fairlamb)

Vol. XIX, Nos. 1-2 (1995)

  • Wolfgang Welsch – Aesthetics beyond Aesthetics: Regarding the Contemporary Relevance of the Aesthetic and Recharting the Field of Aesthetics
  • A. C. Sukla – Aesthetics Beyond/Within Aesthetics: The Scope and Limits of Aesthetics in Indian Antiquity
  • David Best – The Dangers of ‘Aesthetic Education’
  • David E. W. Fenner – Aesthetic Disinterest
  • P. N. Humble – The Importance of Making Art: A Reply to the Institutionalist
  • David Best – The Rationality of Feeling (Review Essay)
  • Robert Ginsberg – The Aesthetic Right as a Human Right
  • William Vaughan – Heidegger’s Late Address on Art
  • Haladhar PandaScandinavian Aesthetics Today: Understanding the Arts: Contemporary Scandinavian Aesthetics (Jennette Emt & Goran Hermeren)
  • Art and Beyond: Finnish Approach to Aesthetics (Ossi Naukkarinen & Olli Immonen)
  • Aesthetic Matters (Lars-Olof Ahlberg & Tommie Zaine); An Aesthetics of the Popular Arts (Subg-Bong Park)
  • Sushant K. PandaIdeologies of the Raj (Thomas R. Mctcalf)
  • A.C. SuklaThe Cambridge History of Literary Criticism

Vol. XX, Nos. 1-2 (1996)
Special Volume on Environmental Aesthetics

  • Ananta Charan Sukla – Editorial
  • Arnold Berleant – Sacred Environments
  • A. C. Sukla – Art, Environment, and the Aesthetics of Art and Environment: A Chapter from Indian Philosophy
  • T. J. Diffey – The Concept of Landscape
  • Ellen Dissanayake – Art, Life, and Human Nature
  • John K. Grande – Environmental Aesthetics
  • S. K. Panda – History, Political Unconscious and the Symbolic in Jameson (Review Essay)
  • B. Behera – Environmental Aesthetics apropos a Plea for Human Survival
  • A. C. SuklaLandscape, Natural Beauty and the Arts (Salim Kemal & Ivan Gaskell)
  • A. C. Sukla – Homo Aestheticus: Where Art Comes From and why? (Ellen Dissanayake)
  • A. C. Sukla – Balance: Art and Nature (John K. Grande)
  • A. C. SuklaThe Aesthetics of Environment (Arnold Berleant)
  • B. C. DashBeyond Representation: Philosophy and Poetic Imagination (Richard Elridge)

Vol. XXI, Nos. 1-2 (1997)

  • A. Everette James Jr. – A Comment upon the Linguistic Analysis of Folk Art
  • Earle J. Coleman – Aesthetic Aspects of the Bhagavad Gita
  • Linda H. Chance – Modesty as Modality: Toward Appreciation of the Fragment in Japanese Literature
  • Matthew Jesse Jackson – Concerning the Material and the Spiritual in Russian Modernism: Notes on the Icon, Faktura, and Self-Sufficiency
  • Patrick M. Thomas – The Ghazal and the Canso: Parallels of Courtly Passion
  • Richard Fidler – Metaphor and Truth in Nietzsche and Emerson: A Critique of Idealism and Realism
  • W. Stephen Croddy – Scholastic Philosophy and Gothic Architecture
  • William Vaughan – Unconstrained Favor and the Post-Metaphysical Sublime
  • Zhou Lai-Xiang – Aesthetic Studies in New China
  • B. C. DashLiterature, Modernism, and Myth: Belief and Responsibility in the Twentieth Century (Michael Bell)
  • Ashok K. MohapatraEpic and Empire: Politics and Generic Form from Virgil to Milton (David Quint)
  • A. C. SuklaIndian Response to Literary Theories (Pathak, R. S.)
  • A. C. Sukla Natyasastra (Bharat Gupt)
  • Tandra PatnaikDescription in Philosophy: With Special Reference to Wittgenstein and Husserl (Krishna Jain)
  • A. C. SuklaBhagavadgita: A Literary Elucidation (Madhusudan Pati)

Vol. XXII, Nos. 1-2 (1998)
[Special Volume on Postcolonialism]

  • Bernth Lindfors – Who Counts: De-Ciphering the Canon
  • Chelva Kanaganayakam – Articulating East: Ideology, Censorship and Contemporary English Writing in Singapore
  • John Clement Ball – ‘A City Visible But Unseen’: The (Un)Realities of London in South Asian Fiction
  • Mark Williams – The Discriminations of Postcoloniality in Ireland and New Zealand
  • Rajeev S. Patke – Walter Benjamin and a Poetics of the Postcolonial Lyric
  • Rajiva Wijesinha – Travesties: Romance and Reality in the Raj Quartet
  • K. S. Manian – Writing from the Fringe of a Multi-Cultural Society
  • Fakrul Alam – Reading R. K. Narayan Postcolonially
  • Studies in William Jones: An Interpreter of Oriental Literature (R. K. Kaul)
  • Outside the Fold: Conversation, Modernity and Belief (Gauri Viswanathan)
  • Dominance Without Hegemony (Ranajit Guha)
  • Empire and Information: Intelligence Gathering and Social Communication in India (C. A. Bayly)
  • Art and Nationalism in Colonial India 1850-1922: Occidental Orientations A. C. Sukla (Partha Mitter)
  • The Politics of Home: Postcolonial Relocations and Twentieth Century Fiction (Rosemary Marangoly George)
  • A. C. SuklaThe Nation and Its Fragments: Colonial and Postcolonial Histories (Partha Chatterjee)
  • Indian History from Above and Below: Two Academic Parodies (Rukun Advani)
  • S. K. PandaAfter Colonialism (Gyan Prakash)

Vol. XXIII, Nos. 1-2 (1999)

  • Goran Sorbom – The Ancient Theory of Imitation (Mimesis)
  • James Whitlark – A Developmental Approach to Religious Prejudices in the Monk
  • Jane Duran – The Dance of Shiva: Art and Metaphors in South Asia
  • Patrick Michael Thomas – The Courtly Lover: Java and the West
  • S. K. Wertz – The Analogy between Food and Art: Tolstoy and Eaton
  • Salim Kemal – Psychoanalytic Theory and Aesthetic Value
  • Zhou Lai-Xiang – Beauty of/and Harmony in Classical Chinese Aesthetics
  • Vidyut Aklujkar – Sketching a Crocodile on Water or Speech, Silence and Self-Realisation in Jnanadeva

Vol. XXIV, Nos. 1-2 (2000)

  • Michael H. Mitias – The Concept of Aesthetic Experience
  • Allan Casebier – Japanese Aesthetic
  • Carol S. Gould – The Impenetrable Looking Glass: Plato on the Different Possibilities of the Visual and Literary Arts
  • David E. Fenner – Defining the Aesthetic
  • Grazia Marchiano – Launching out into the Aesthetic Depth
  • Robert Wilkinson – Nishida and Santayana on Goethe: An Essay in Comparative Aesthetics
  • Stephanie A. Ross – Aesthetic Qualities, Aesthetic Experience, Aesthetic Value
  • V. K. Chari – Aesthetic Experience: A Review

Vol. XXV, Nos. 1-2 (2001)

  • Helen F. Maxson – Wallace Steven’s ‘Necessary Angel of Earth’ at Work in Three Paintings
  • Kenneth Asher – The Lawrentian Vision of Martin Amis’ London Fields
  • Lorna Fitzsimmons – Artistic Subjectivity in Nabokov’s The Defense and Invitation to a Beheading
  • Marie-France Hilgar – The Peregrinations of Saint Mary of Magdalen
  • Martin Waserman – Kafka’s ‘The New Attorney’: A Therapeutic Poem offering a Jewish Way to Face Death
  • Uppinder S. Mehan – Transgressing Bodies in Postcolonial Fiction
  • Wolfgang Ruttkowski – ‘East And West’ and the Concept of Literature
  • Ranjan K. Ghosh – Towards a Concept of the Poet in the Vedic Aesthetics
  • M. Dasan – The Poetry of Re(Z)Sisters: First Nations Women and Stri Dalit Poetry: A Comparison

Vol. XXVI, Nos. 1-2 (2002)
[Silver Jubilee Volume]

  • Peter Lamarque – On What Is ‘In’ And What Is ‘Imputed To’ Objects of Interpretation
  • D. M. E. Roskies – Judgement in James: Aspects of a Problem in Literature and Philosophy
  • Evelyn Westermann Asher – The Fragility of the Self in Virgina Woolf’s To The Lighthouse and Christa Wolf’s Nachdenken Uber Christa T.
  • Frank Vulpi – Parmenides and the Tradition of the Religious Poet or Philosopher
  • John A. Lambo – Wole Soyinka’s ‘Idanre’: A Study in the Archetypal Image of the Woman and God
  • Kim Robertson – Discussion and Notes: Candide or the Great Unchained Being
  • Marek Volt – Controversy about the Traditional Theory in Aesthetics
  • Omer N. Soykan – A Proposal for the Classification of Arts
  • Raymond Cormier – Heroic Narratives from Homer To Medieval Japan And France: Cross-Cultural Perspectives
  • Robert Griffin – Euclid’s First Proposition and Joyce’s Womb With A View
  • Robert Scott Stewart & Paul Dumouchel – Multiple Personality Disorder, Literature and the Politics of Memory
  • Song Xiang Rui – Chinese Calligraphy: An Art in Objectification of Intentionality: A Study of the Particularity of Calligraphy and its Relationship with Confucianism and Taoism

Vol. XXVII, Nos. 1-2 (2003)

  • A. Everette James Jr. – Outsiders, Isolates, Environmentalists, Visionaries: The Spectrum of Descriptors in Contemporary American Folk Art: Are they Valid?
  • Arkady Nedel – Kant’s Postulate of ‘Independence of Interest’ and the Principle of Aesthetic Judgement in ‘The Critique of Judgement’
  • Chinyere Nwahunanya – Structuralism and African Literature: A Revaluation
  • Constance A. Pedoto – The Alaskan Connection: The World of Macondo in Eskimo Tales
  • Damian U. Opata – The Metaphor of ‘Anthills of the Savannah’ in Chinua Achebe’s ‘Anthills of the Savannah’
  • Martin Wasserman – Kleist’s ‘On the Puppet Theatre’: Wisdom from a Taoist Perspective
  • N. M. Rao – Beckett and Hemingway: A Stylistic Comparison
  • Osayimwense Osa – The Quitclaim of Okonkwo and Lord Jim
  • P. Emeka Nwabueze – Ibsen’s Marriage of Art and Life: A Lucid Examination
  • Sam A. Adewoye – Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s ‘The Rime Of The Ancient Mariner’ and Amos Tutola’s ‘The Palmwine Drinkard’: A Comparative Analysis
  • Terence Duquesne – Raising the Serpent Power: Some Parallels between Egyptian Religion and Indian Tantra
  • William Gerber – A Monument more Lasting than Bronze
  • Zia Hasan – A Castle of Sand: The Theme of Incest in ‘Tis Pity She’s A Whore’ and ‘The Alexandria Quartet’
  • Suresh Frederick – A Confluence: Synge’s ‘Deirdre of Sorrows’ and Karnad’s ‘Hayavadhana’
  • Pratibha Bhattacharya – Minnesang (Love Poems) and its Origin

Vol. XXVIII, Nos. 1-2 (2004)

  • V, K. Chari – Profile
  • Deborah Weagel – Picasso, Rushdie and the Fragmented Woman
  • Jane Duran – Khajuraho: Indian Art History and Canon Formation
  • Kirby Olson – Gregory Corso’s Post-Vegetarian Ethical Dilemma
  • Peter Mc Cormick – Objective Aesthetic Experiences
  • Robert Scott Stewart – Big Houses, Small Politics: Public and Private Spaces in Anne Tyler’s Fiction
  • Wolfgang Ruttkowski – The Strata Model in Poetics (Schichtenpoetik)
  • Bishnu Charan Dash – Circumference as the Centre towards an Understanding of the Dynamic Self (Review Essay)

Vol. XXIX, Nos. 1-2 (2005)

  • Raymond Cormier – Frappier, Eilhart and ‘The Roman De Tristan’
  • Azlan Bin Mohamed Iqbal & Mashuri Bin Yaacole – Computational Aesthetics and Chess as an Art Form
  • Emil Volek – Clefts and Bridges of Eros: East and West Side Story of the Poetry of Octavio Paz
  • Tamar Rapoport – Self and Style: The Development of Artistic Expression from Youth through Midlife to Old Age in the Works of Henrik Ibsen
  • Zhou Lai Xiang – Comparative Aesthetics in Contemporary China
  • Kshirod Chandra Dash – Reorienting Genre Division in Sanskrit Poetics

Vol. XXX, Nos. 1-2 (2006)

  • Jane Duran – The Art of Konark and the Notion of Representation
  • Azlan Bin Mohamed Iqbal & Mashuri Bin Yaacole – A Systematic and Discrete View of Aesthetics in Chess
  • Roop Kumar Balasingh – Recycling and Reviewing Relationships in David Williams’ ‘The Burning Wood’: An Ecofeminist Perspective
  • Sangeeta Mohanty – Hamlet: A Rasa-Dhvani Approach

Vol. XXX, Nos. 1-2 (2007)

  • Jane Duran – Syncretism and Style: The Art of the Gandhara
  • Pierre Han – Le Romantisme Corrigé: Emma Bovary and Lucie De Lammermoor
  • Tandra Patnaik – The Metaphysics of the Word: A Study of Bhartruhari’s Cabdadvaitavada
  • Ananta Charan Sukla – Oriya Culture: Legitimacy and Identity
  • Amrita Sharma – Metaphorical Structures in the Similes of Kalidasa
  • Subhakanta Behera – Essentialising the Jagannath Cult: A Discourse on Self and Other
  • Bishnu Charan Dash – The Art of Amour-Cortois: Eros, Jois and Mahasukha in Tantra and the Troubadours
  • Varadarajan Ramesh – The Dravidian Aesthetics in Anita Desai: A Feminist Perspective

Vol. XXXI, Nos. 1-2 (2008)

  • Wojciech Malecki – The Bad Penny of Contingency: Literary Anthologies and the Test of Time
  • Kathrin H. Rosenfield – Machado’s The Alienist: A Celebration of Hidden Irony
  • Scott R. Stroud – Kant on the Role of Beauty in Moral Motivation
  • Rajappa M. B. – Myth and Tradition as Elements of Plot: An Analysis of R. K. Narayan’s The Financial Expert
  • Ananta Charana SuklaBody Consciousness: A Philosophy Of Mindfulness And Somaesthetics (Review Essay)

Vol. XXXII, Nos. 1-2 (2009)

  • Carol S. Gould – Plato and Dogen on Literature and Enlightenment
  • Deborah Weagel – The Creole Quadrille in Simone Schwarz-Bart’s Ton Beau Capitaine: A Postcolonial Perspective
  • Eshete Gemeda – Post-Empire Events and Relocating African Protest Literature: The Analysis of Heroic Genres in a Historical and Political Context
  • Ananta Charan Sukla – Interculturality in Intellectual Practices
  • Narayan S. Sahu – Our First Sin: The Shakespearean Scenario
  • V. Ramesh – Kamala Markandaya’s Indian Women: The Principles and the Principals: A Feministic Elucidation

Vol. XXXIII, Nos. 1-2 (2010)

  • John Mc Kinnon – Spells of Trauma in Catherine Bush’s Minus Time
  • Eugene Narrett – Aesthetics And Death: Idealization, Horror and the Tragic Tetrad in Hippolytus
  • Jane Duran – Eurocentric Commentary and the Gupta Period
  • Leon Yudkin – Joseph Roth (1894-1939): Between Reportage and Fiction
  • M. H. Rudramuni – The Portrayal of Silence in Amitav Ghosh’s The Calcutta Chromosome
  • Narayan S. Sahu – Our First Ideas and the Modern Temper
  • Bishnu Charan Dash – History and Hermeneutics of Religious Texts

Vol. XXXIV, Nos. 1-2 (2011)

  • Deborah Weagel – Silence in Krzysztof Kieslowski’ S “The Decalogue”: A Cagian Perspective
  • Eugene Narrett – “The Silent Handmaiden”: Poison and Poeisis in The Women of Trachis
  • Keith Moser – (Re)-attaching Truth to the Physical Realities of the Universe: Antonin Artaud and J.M.G. le Clézio’s Philosophical Quest
  • Leon Yudkin – French Feminism
  • Minati Patnaik – Between Two Worlds: Poetry of A. K. Ramanujan
  • Nirban Manna – Rhetoric of Desire and Despair: Badal Sircar’s That Other History in Existential Vision
  • Md. Saquib Abrar – Subaltern’s Voice in Vijay Tendulkar’s Play “Silence! The Court is in Session”
  • Sunitha Byrappa – Mahashweta Devi’s “Draupadi” and Kamala Das’ “Kalyani”: Feminist Perspectives
  • Tandra Patnaik – Philosophy of the Bhagavata: Religion in Medieval Orissa (Review Essay)

Vol. XXXV, Nos. 1-2 (2012)

Arkady Nedel – Pleasant Symmetry: Fiction in Classical Arabic Literature
Bram de Groot – The Pentature of Gerard Caris
Evert van Uitert – Gerard Caris informs in an Aesthetic Format
Johan van Bergen – Gerard Caris or Measurable Infinity
John Grande – Written Worlds, Visual Worlds
Sharon Worley – Freedom and the Sword: Literary Nationalism and Resistance in Napoleonic Italy
Uli Bohnen – Gerard Caris and the Nature of Art

Vol. XXXVI, Nos. 1-2 (2013)

Asun Lopez Varela – Introduction
Carolina Fernandez Castrillo – Intermedialities Ii Visual Poetry: Futurist “Polyexpressivity”
George P. Landow – Hermaphrodite Thinking
Ioan Flaviu Patrunjel – Ut Poesis Video Ludus: On the Possibilities of Remediating Classic Literature into Video-Games
Leonardo Flores – Digital Textuality and its Behaviors
Marcin Stawiarski – Musical Patterns in William H. Gass’ “A Fugue” and the Pedersen Kid
Nicoleta Popa Blanariu – Narrativity as Transmediality Dancing Literature: A Reverse Ekphrasis
Sandhya Devesan Nambiar – Spaced Out: Visuality and the City in the Contemporary Indian Graphic Novel

Vol. XXXVII, Nos. 1-2 (2014)

  • Bishnu Charan Dash – The Metaphysics of Pain: Troubadours, Catharism, Buddhism, and John Keats
  • Denis Fonge Tembong – The Ambiguous Status of Commonwealth Literature: A Critical Consideration
  • Huaiyu Luo – Chinese-Western Narrative Poetics: State of the Art
  • Jane Duran – The Architecture of Calcutta: Aesthetics and the Raj
  • Keith Moser – Searching for Cosmic Signs in the Real: A Baudrillardian Interpretation of J.M.G. le Clézio’s l’Inconnu sur la terre
  • Michel Dion – The Sameness of Existing in a Meaningless Reality: Boris Vian’s l’Herbe Rouge and Murakami Haruki’s IQ84
  • Mohamed Kamel Abdel Daem – Old English and Arabic Panegyric Poetry
  • Osayimwense Osa – From Spiritual Comfort to Spiritual Combat: Ezeulu in Chinua Achebe’s Arrow of God and Pranesharcharya in Anantha Murthy’s Samskara
  • Sadhu Charan Pradhan – Time in Autobiographical Fiction: A Note on Maitreyi Devi

Vol. XXXVIII, Nos. 1-2 (2015)

  • Arkady Nedel – Philosophy Manifesto
  • Bacema Essam & Esra Moustafa – Approaching “Lost Love” Theme in two Culturally Different Poems: A Cognitive Linguistic Analysis
  • Hawk Chang – Rethinking Multiculturalism in New Dubliners: An Outsider’s Perspective
  • Ogaga Okuyade – Rescinding Orthodoxy, Resuscitating the Mother Tongue: Daughter Tongue Interference in African Female Narratives
  • Raina Kostova – The Word as Such: Nietzsche and Mandelstam’s Poststructuralist Poetics
  • Xiaohuan Zhao – Ghosts and Spirits in Zaju and Noh

Vol. XXXIX, Nos. 1-2 (2016)

  • Alexey Alyushin – Acting Contrary to Rationality and Instincts: The Inherent Similarity of Dostoevsky’s “Self-Will” and Max Scheler’s “Spirit”
  • Prabha Shankar Dwivedi – Signification and Resolution of Absolute in a Textual Structure: A Study in Relation to Bhartrhari and Jacques Lacan
  • Cyril Mary Pius Olatunji – Rethinking Thinking and Knowing from an African Perspective: Towards an Epistemology of Intermediality
  • Emmanuel Jerome Udokang – Implications of Sartre’s Humanistic Existentialism
  • Jeremy de Chavez – Thinking(,)love: On Jean-luc Nancy and Alain Badiou
  • Le Ngoc Tra – Form and its Meaning in the Creation of Art
  • Manuel Botero Camacho & Miguel Rodriguez Perez – Searching for the Gift in T. S. Eliot´s Ash-Wednesday
  • Arnab Chatterjee – Poetics as Resistance: Exploring the Selected Poetry of Pablo Neruda and Sachidananda Vatsayayan Ajneya
  • Reena Cheruvalath – The Role of Sociality in Deciding the Morality Involved in Personal and Professional Relationships with special reference to Indian Culture

Vol. XXXX, Nos. 1-2 (2017)​

  • Andrea Basso – Balance, Stillness, Vertigo: Myths of Cosmic Centrality in Plato, Nietzsche, and Kundera
  • Andres Armengol Sans – “This is Truly Me”: A Lacanian Approach to the Danish Girl
  • Hawk Chang – Women, Power Knowledge in W. B. Yeats’ “Leda and the Swan”
  • Keith Moser – To Remember or to Forget? Sensorial Encounters that Resuscitate the Past in Le Clézio’s “Tempête”
  • Dayo Akanmu – A Communicative and Stylistic Adaptability of New Idioms and Idiomatic Expressions in Yorùbá Literary Texts
  • Manuel Botero Camacho & David Gonzalvez – Reconstructing the Romantic Subject through Mythological Archetypes in Iris Murdoch’s The Sea, The Sea
  • Michel Dion – How could Tolkienian Mythology be Inspiring for Spiritual Leadership?
  • Niyi Akingbe – Subverting Nationalism: Historicizing Horrors of the Past in Wole Soyinka’s “Samarkand” and Femi Fatoba’s “They Said I Abused the Government”

Vol. 40, Nos. 1-2 (2017)
The Eternal Return of Myth: Myth Updating in Contemporary Literature (Vol. 1)

  • Ana Gonzalez & Antonella Lipscomb – Introduction
  • Jose Manuel Losada – Preface: The Myth of the Eternal Return
  • Angel Ruiz Perez – The Anger of Achilles in “The Iliad” and of Francis Marion Tarwater in Flannery O’Connor’s “The Violent Bear It Away”
  • Brigitte Le Juez – The Eternal Return Interrupted: The Evolution of the Myth of Cythera until Today
  • Christos Angelis – Reconfiguring the Garden of Eden: Suspended Temporality in Jim Jarmusch’s “Only Lovers Left Alive”
  • Elisabeth Weagel – Religious Rites and Female Spirituality in Cinematic Adaptations of Cinderella
  • Francisco Molina Moreno – Aleksandr Skrjabin: The Russian Orpheus
  • Leon Burnett – Ariadne, Theseus, and the Circumambulation of the Mythic Self
  • Lorna Hardwick – Myth, Creativity and Repressions in Modern Literature: Refigurations from Ancient Greek Myth
  • Martina Treu – Ulysses’s Journey and Homer’s Odyssey: An Eternal Return
  • Metka Zupancic – Literature, Mythology, Orphism: “Language as God” in the French Nouveau Roman
  • Penelope Foteini Kolovou – Penelope weaving the (F)e-mail: Texting and Sexting
  • Sara Molpeceres – The Zombie: A New Myth in the Making. A Political and Social Metaphor

Vol. 41, Nos. 1-2 (2018)
Prof. John Hospers (1918-2011) Birth Centenary Commemoration Volume


  • Arkady Nedel – The Return of Gulliver: Some Reflections on Terror and Identity
  • Ephraim Nissan – India and the Virtuous Indian in Dante
  • Michel Dion – Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights and Virginia Woolf’s The Waves: From Despair to Meaninglessness
  • Donovan Irven – Between Solitude and Solidarity: Objectification in the Existential Novels of Camus and Naipaul
  • Aakash M. Suchak – The Place of Consignation, or Memory and Writing in Derrida’s Archive
  • Hawk Chang – Identity and Ambivalence in Xu Xi’s History’s Fiction
  • Evelina Saponjic-Jovanovic – Coral Reefs by Horacio Quiroga: The Uruguayan Modernist Precursor of Flash Fiction
  • Elena Imen Carruba – Mythical Realism in North African Fiction: Ibrahim Al-Koni’s Gold Dust and the Bleeding of the Stone
  • Niyi Akingbe & Emmanuel Adeniyi – Ghettoization of ‘Other’: Tinkering Transculturalism in Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Americanah
  • Natalya Sukhonos – The Art of Unknowing and the Unknowing of Art: A Few Alternatives to Interpretation
  • Xiana Sotelo – Intersectionality Genealogy Revisited: From Radical Writings by Women of Color to Radical Writings for Transformation
  • V. Anitha Devi – Perspectives on Culture, Technology and Multiliteracy in India
  • Shouvik Narayan Hore – A Study of the Transvestite(s) Demasculinized in Alfred, Lord Tennyson’s “The Princess”
    Biraj Mehta RathiPlato’s Labyrinth. Sophistries, Lies and Conspiracies in Socratic Dialogues (Aakash Singh Rathore)
  • Jaydeep ChakrabartyThe Unbilled Hour: Essays on Literature, Culture and Theory (Bijay K. Danta, S. Deepika, Tyagraj Thakur)
  • Ana M. Martín CastillejosDocumenting Cityscapes: Urban Change in Contemporary Non-Fiction Film (Iván Villarmea Álvarez)

John Hospers – Art and Morality (1978)

Vol. 42, No. 2 (2019)
[The Eternal Return of Myth: Myth Updating in Contemporary Literature – II]

  • Manuel Botero Camacho & Juan González Etxeberria (Guest Editors) – Introduction
  • Jeremy Patterson – The Metamorphoses of Magic: The Tempest and A Tempest Read from the Perspective of the Metamorphoses
  • Stefanie Savva & Eirini Apanomeritaki – The Arretos Kore: Mythical Voices in Contemporary Greek Fiction
  • Carmen Botamino – Siren’s Song: Getting out of the Bird Suit
  • Mayron Estefan Cantillo Lucuara – Clytemnestra Returns: A Philosophical Inquiry into Her Moral Identity in Colm Tóibín’s House of Names
  • Jesper Skytte Sodemann – American Gods and Where to Find Them: Modern Myth and Material Experience
  • Vanessa Del Prete Mainer – Modern Heroes: Classical Mythology and Classical Values in the Contemporary Acquis, the Case of Captain America
  • Pietra Palazzolo – Desire, Pursuit and Loss: The Making of Athena
  • Josh Torabi – Music, Myth and Modernity: From Nietzsche’s The Birth of Tragedy to Thomas Mann’s Doctor Faustus
  • Salvador Oropesa – Twenty-First Century Noir: From Stieg Larsson’s Trilogy to Dolores Redondo’s Trilogy and Eva García Sáenz de Urturi’s Trilogy
  • Inés Portillo AlonsoMyth and Emotions (Review Essay)

Vol. 42, No. 3 (2019)
[The Aesthetics in the Ethical Grounding and Instructional Value of Storytelling]

  • Xiana Sotelo (Guest Editor) – Introduction
  • Chris Campanioni – Eso Es: Toward a New Cartography of the Migratory Text
  • Stefano Calzati – Towards a New Teaching/Learning Experience: A Benjaminian Proposal
  • Marta Silvera-RoigThe Crying of Lot 49: To Live Narratives Is To Feel Narratives
  • Mohammed Mostafa Hassouna – Dystopian Egypt before the Arabian Spring: Critical Review on Ahmed Khaled Towfik’s The Knife
  • Maribel Castro Díaz – Visual Storytelling in Hypermodernity: The Transformative Construction of Symbolic Realities through Staged Photography
  • Cemile Tokgöz-Sahoglu – Digital Storytelling as a Means of Sharing Trauma
  • Sofia Theodosiadou – Digital Storytelling as a Means of Teaching Media to Preschoolers
  • Evelina Saponjic Jovanovic – Fragment as a Storytelling Device
  • Elena Avanzas Álvarez – Criminal Readings: The Transformative and Instructive Power of Crime Fiction
  • Víctor Huertas-Martín – Shakespearean Traumatic Redemption(s). From the Elizabethan Stage to the Small Complex Television Screen
  • Yapeng Sun – A Multi-Dimensional Model of Intercultural Hermeneutics between China and the West (Review Essay)

Vol. 42, Nos. 4 (2019)
A Special Volume on Electronic Literature

  • Maya Zalbidea Paniagua (Guest Editor) – Introduction
  • Tina Escaja – In the Beginning Was the Poem@: Interspecies, Robotics & Random/e-Poetry
  • Chris Funkhouser – On Jim Rosenberg’s Word Space Multiplicities
  • Maya Zalbidea Paniagua – Close Reading of Stephanie Strickland, Cyntia Lawson Jaramillo and Paul Ryan’s slippingglimpse
  • Arnaud Regnauld – Liquid Times: Michael Joyce’s afternoon, a story
  • Serge Bouchardon & Magali Brunel – Exploring Didactic and Literary Approaches to the Introduction of Digital Literature in French High Schools
  • T. Shanmugapriya & Nirmala Menon – First and Second Waves of Indian Electronic Literature
  • Laura Sánchez Gómez – Mapping Spanish e-lit: Networks, Readings and Communities
  • Licheng Xie – If DeLillo was an E-Lit Writer: DeLillo’s Language as Visual Art in the Digital Age
  • Eman Younis – Digitizing Literary Text: Aims and Objectives
  • Yolanda De Gregorio – Robledo Analysing e-lit as Work of Literature: Is it Possible?
  • Virginia Barrat – Cyberfeminist Timelords