Vol. 43, No. 2 (Autumn 2020) – Special Issue on the Sublime
In Fond Memory of Prof. Ananta Charan Sukla (6 Nov 1942 – 30 Sep 2020), Founding Editor of the “Journal of Comparative Literature and Aesthetics”
- Peter Lamarque – In Memoriam: Ananta Charan Sukla (6 Nov 1942 – 30 Sep 2020)
- Shouvik Narayan Hore – ‘Of Aspect more Sublime’: A Foreword
- Nicole A. Hall – On the Cusp of the Sublime: Olafur Eliasson’s Ice Watch
- José L. Fernández – Kantian Sublimity and Supersensible Comfort: A Case for the Mathematical Sublime
- Ida Klitgård – Tweaking the Sublime: Translating the Poetics of the Sublime in Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre
- Isaac Joslin – Society and Spectacle: The Sublimation of Reality in Baroque Aesthetics
- Jeremy Meckler – Disorder and Devastation: Searching for the Sublime in Horrific Sports Injuries
- Miguel Angel Gaete – From Caspar David Friedrich’s Wanderer above the Sea of Fog to the iCloud: A Comparative Analysis between the Romantic Concept of the Sublime and Cyberspace
- Glen W. Hicks – Anthony Philip Heinrich’s Thundering of Niagara: Hearing American Sublimity
- Marinica Tiberiu Schiopu – The Sublime in Mircea Eliade’s Fiction
- Ikea M. Johnson – On Compassion and the Sublime Black Body: Octavia E. Butler’s Parable of the Sower
- Amrita Bhattacharyya – From a Context-bound to an Essentializing Conception: A Study of Longinus’s Treatise On the Sublime
- Adam J. Marcinkowski – Feeling Thoughts: The Swarming Sublime in Longinus’ On Sublimity
- Shouvik Narayan Hore – Shelley’s Suicidal Sublime
- Suvendu Ghatak – Late Colonial Sublime: Neo-Epics and the End of Romanticism (By G. S. Sahota)
- Shouvik Narayan Hore – Stepping Westward (By Nigel Leask)
Vol. 43, No. 1 (Spring 2020)
Prof. P. S. Sastri (1920-2020) Birth Centenary Commemoration Volume
Peter Lamarque – On Not Being Too Formalistic About Aesthetic Value
Garry L. Hagberg – Hume, Aesthetic Perception, and Our Disputations of Taste: An Exposition
Thomas W. Leddy – Johann Herder’s Sculpture, Somaesthetics and Everyday Aesthetics
Robert R. Clewis – How to Distinguish and Reconcile Sensitive and Conceptual Taste
Laura T. Di Summa-Knoop – Aesthetics and Ethics: On the Power of Aesthetic Features
Georgios Tsagdis – Tears of Potentiality, Love of Liquid Rupture
Subhasree Dash & Bibhudatta Dash – Metaphysics of Moksa: A Philosophical Anatomy of the Concept of Liberation in the Bhagavad Gita
Ikea M. Johnson – Revisiting Recognition: Buddhist Philosophy in Alice Walker’s The Color Purple
Pooja Mittal Biswas – Salman Rushdie as Diasporic Myth-Maker: Myth and Memory in Midnight’s Children
Shouvik Narayan Hore – William Wordsworth, “Yew Trees” and the Menace of the Sublime
Nicole A. Hall – Why we Shouldn’t Give up on Aesthetic Experience
Washington Morales Maciel – On Narrative Opacity and Literary Truth
Yanping Gao – Affect, Asia, and Disability: Roots and Issues of Somaesthetics: Conversations with Richard Shusterman
Himansu Mohapatra – The Adventures of the Man in Gold: Paths Between Art and Life, A Philosophical Tale. By Richard Shusterman and Yann Toma.
Barbara Leonardi – Stanley Cavell on Aesthetic Understanding. By Garry L. Hagberg (Ed.).
Ryan Mitchell Wittingslow – Hegel’s Aesthetics: The Art of Idealism. By Lydia L. Moland.
Namrata Chaturvedi – Epistemology and Linguistics: Bhartåhari, Structuralism and Poststructuralism. By Prabha Shankar Dwivedi.
Malcolm Keating – Categories, Creation and Cognition in Vaiçeñika Philosophy. By ShashiPrabha Kumar.
Ikea M. Johnson – Women and Buddhist Philosophy: Engaging Zen Master Kim IryOp. By Jin Y. Park.
Shouvik Narayan Hore – The Sublime Reader. By Robert R. Clewis (Ed.).
Pietro Terzi – Adorno and Popular Music: A Constellation of Perspectives. By C. Campbell, S. Gandesha and S. Marino (Eds.).
Shouvik Narayan Hore – Philosophy and Poetry: Continental Perspectives. By Ranjan Ghosh (Ed.).
Kenneth Nsah – Plants in Contemporary Poetry: Ecocriticism and the Botanical Imagination. By John Charles Ryan.
Ankita Sundriyal – Unforgetting Chaitanya: Vaishnavism and Cultures of Devotion in Colonial Bengal. By Varuni Bhatia.
Bansidhar Deep – Ambedkar and Other Immortals: An Untouchable Research Programme. By Soumyabrata Choudhury.
FROM THE ARCHIVES
P. S. Sastri – The End of Lyric Poetry (1980)
Vol. 42, No. 2 (Autumn 2019)
Prof. Martin Jay 75th Birth Anniversary Felicitation Volume
- Peter E. Gordon – “Post-Structuralism was never a Unified Movement with a Single Perspective”: Conversations with Martin Jay
- Martin Jay – Timbremelancholy: Walter Benjamin and the Fate of Philately
- Didier Maleuvre – The Disappearance of 1984
- Keith Moser – Edgar Morin’s “Complex Thought”: A Blueprint for Reconstituting our Ecological Self in the Anthropocene Epoch?
- Andrew J. Ball – Listening by Echo: Voice, Eidetic Image, and the Retrospective Self
- Michael R. Spicher – Hope Coming On: Reflecting Nihilism
- Anway Mukhopadhyay – Everyday Aesthetics and the Indic Goddess Traditions: An Aurobindonian Approach
- Isaac Joslin – Aesthetics and Intertexts of Resistance and Liberation in the African Diaspora: Hip-Hop and Créolité
- Vicky Panossian – Paralleling Aesthetics: Vestiges of Nineteenth-Century England in Blake’s Illustrations of Dante’s Inferno
- Galin Penev – The Iconic Meaning of Hypostasis: Notes on a Definition of Icon
- Anirban Ray – Cleopatra VII Philopator’s Final Moments: Depictions in Five Paintings
- Ikea M. Johnson – Buddhist Recognition in Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man
- Salvatore Giuffré – A Brief Transcultural Reading of the Greek Myth of Orpheus and his Quest in the Modern Sonnets of Feng Zhi
- Shouvik Narayan Hore – “The Method of ‘Ecstasy’” and Keats’ ‘Ode on Melancholy’
- Sylvia Borissova – Aesthetics of Dress: Dress as Poetic Object, Paradigmatic Body Form, and Basic Archetype for Living
- Max Rynnänen – Rasafication: The Aesthetic Manipulation of our Everyday
- Shouvik Narayan Hore – Theory of The Lyric (Jonathan Culler)
- Simone Puleo & Jaron Murphy – Fictional Characters, Real Problems: The Search for Ethical Content in Literature (Garry L. Hagberg)
- Matteo Ravasio – Wittgenstein on Aesthetic Understanding (Garry L. Hagberg)
- Stuart Walton & Maximilian Huschke – Adorno and Existence (Peter E. Gordon)
- Devika Brendon & Tiago Clariano – The Opacity of Narrative (Peter Lamarque)
- Ton Kruse – The Aesthetics of Meaning and Thought: The Bodily Roots of Philosophy, Science, Morality and Art (Mark Johnson)
- Manisha Mishra – Basanti: Writing the New Woman (Trans. Himansu S. Mohapatra And Paul St-Pierre)
- Barbara Leonardi – James Hogg and British Romanticism: A Kaleidoscopic Art (Meiko O’halloran)
- Pragya Ghosh – Why We Dance: A Philosophy of Bodily Becoming (Kimerer L. Lamothe)
- Pragya Ghosh – Considering Ethics in Dance, Theatre and Performance (Fiona Bannon)
- Vijeta Saini – Shakespeare and Indian Cinemas: Local Habitations (Poonam Trivedi And Paromita Chakravarti)
- Xiongbo Shi – Aesthetics and Art: Traditional and Contemporary China in a Comparative Perspective (Jianping Gao)
- Aaron Lee Moore – Literature and Literary Theory in Contemporary China (Zhang Jiong)
- Nikolina Deleva – An Old Melody in a New Song: Aesthetics and the Art of Psychology (Luca Tateo)
- Ankita Sundriyal & Shouvik Narayan Hore – The Goddess in Hindu-Tantric Traditions: Devi as Corpse (Anway Mukhopadhyay)
FROM THE ARCHIVES
Vol. 42, No. 1 (Spring 2019)
Prof. Jonathan Culler 75th Birth Anniversary Felicitation Volume
- Jonathan Culler – Lyric, Language, Culture
- Didier Maleuvre – Bougainville Against the Tide
- James Wetzel – At the Crossroads of Contentment: Variations on an Augustinian Theme
- Jerold J. Abrams – Philosophy of Prehistoric Painting and Cinema: Werner Herzog’s Cave of Forgotten Dreams
- Michel Dion – Rousseau and Goethe: Developing Ethical Leadership and Promoting the Right Balance Between Reason and Sentiment
- Prabha Shankar Dwivedi – Ontology of Dialogic Inquisition: A Study in Relation to Kena and Prasna Upanisads, and Bergsonism
- Yanping Gao – Between Matter and Hand: On Gaston Bachelard’s Theory of Material Imagination
- Arkady Nedel – The Limits of the Circle: Master, Slave and Death in Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit
- Khedidja Chergui – Know Thyself: Patterns of Anagnorisis in the Dramatic Expression of Euripides, Shakespeare and Wole Soyinka
- Solomon Olaniyan & Gabriel Olaniyan – The Trope of Pensioners’ Plight in Gabriel Marquez’ No One Writes To The Colonel and Akachi Adimora-Ezeigbo’s Trafficked
- Matti Itkonen – The Quintessential Kalastajatorppa: A Cinematic Journey into a Time and a Space
- Rocco A. Astore – Arguments Contrary to Spinoza’s View of Time and Free-Will through the Philosophy of Henri Bergson
- Amina Hussain – Theorising Post-truth: A Postmodern Phenomenon
- Shouvik Narayan Hore – Henry David Thoreau and the Metaphysics of Imagination
- Ankita Sundriyal – Admiration to Love, Love to Matrimony: A Russellian Reading of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice
- Prabha Shankar Dwivedi – A Student’s Handbook of Indian Aesthetics (Neerja A. Gupta)
- Sylvia Borissova – Politics and Aesthetics of the Female Form, 1908–1918 (Georgina Williams)
- Nandan Rosario & Sunaina Arya – A Philosophy of Autobiography: Body and Text (Aakash Singh Rathore)
FROM THE ARCHIVES