45.1, Spring/Summer 2007
John-Michael Rivera, editor
How does the archive haunt the literary and cultural study of the past? The third issue of the new ELN addresses this question and investigate what demarcates the archive of literary culture. Broadly, then, this ELN issue incorporates scholarship on texts that theoretically, creatively, and methodologically engage the representational power of the archive. In addition to critical papers that explore cultural forms, the issue also includes creative non-fiction, short stories, poetry, analysis of museum collections, and archival projects that expand our understanding of the archive.