We are proud to announce that English Language Notes is moving to Duke University Press, its journals website, and the Project Muse, effective January 2018. With this move, English Language Notes will become available online to approximately 1.5 million readers worldwide. The print version of the journal will be published by the stellar Duke University Press, with a dramatic makeover in formatting and cover art, and our publication schedule will change to an April/October calendar. Finally, in 2019, watch for a new “Of Note” section that will showcase exciting new pathways and trends in methods, theories, scholarship, and creative work.
As Itty Abraham notes, the term “security” is a “traveling signifier” that has “attached itself to every scale of human activity, from the individual to the international, even to outer space; from comestible (food security), natural (environmental security), financial (security/securities), and territorial (homeland security) to virtual (cyber security); to forms of community, from Social Security to collective security, which is the principle behind the United Nations.”
What is the state of critique? Is the nature of critique changing? Has critique become untenable in an era when ideological critique, cultural...
A respected forum of criticism and scholarship in literary and cultural studies since 1962, the recent incarnation of English Language Notes – ELN – is dedicated to pushing the edge of scholarship in literature and related fields in new directions. Broadening its reach geographically and transhistorically, ELN’s semi-annual issues provide a wide-ranging print and digital forum of topical clusters, roundtable debates, artistic collaborations, reviews, and traditional scholarly essays.
Comparative and Critical Mysticisms 56.1, April 2018 Nan Goodman, Editor
Latinx Lives in Hemispheric Context 56.2, October 2018 Maria A. Windell and Jesse Alemán, Editors