This open-ended series provides a unique publishing venue by combining single volumes issuing from landmark scholarship with pedagogy-related interdisciplinary collections of readings. This principle of cross-publishing, placing scholarship and pedagogy side by side within a single series, creates a wider horizon for specialized research and more general intellectual discovery. In the broad field of the humanities, the Critical Studies in the Humanities Series is committed to preserving key monographs, encouraging new perspectives, and developing important connections to pedagogical issues.    Books in this series include     Sharyn Clough, ed. Siblings Under the Skin : Feminism, social justice, and analytic philosophy. Steven Connor, Samuel Beckett, Repetition, Theory and Text. Jonathan Culler, Flaubert: The Uses of Uncertainty.  Sander L. Gilman, Nietzschean Parody: An Introduction to Reading Nietzsche. Keith Gilyard and Victor E. Taylor, eds. Conversations in Cultural Rhetoric and Composition Studies. Geoffrey Harpham, On the Grotesque.  Neil Hertz, The End of the Line.  Adam Katz, ed. The Originary Hypothesis:  A Minimal Proposal for Humanistic Inquiry.  Dominick LaCapra, Emile Durkheim: Sociologist and Philosopher.  Gregg Lambert, Report to the Academy Gregg Lambert, On the (New) Baroque John D. Lyons and Stephen G. Nichols, eds., Mimesis: From Mirror to Method, Augustine to Descartes.  Stephen G. Nichols, Romanesque Signs: Early Medieval Narrative and Iconography.  Kenneth Reinhard and Julia Reinhard Lupton, After Oedipus: Shakespeare in Psychoanalysis. Michael Strysick, ed. The Politics of Community.  Victor E. Taylor, ed. Conversations in Cultural and Religious Theory.  Gregory L. Ulmer, Craig J. Saper and Victor Vitanza, eds. Electracy:  Gregory L Ulmer’s Textshop Experiments. Dennis Weiss, ed. Philosophy and Human Nature 
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