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The Year's Work in Critical and Cultural Theory is a major annual publication. It provides a comprehensive collection of theoretical essays with bibliographies for work published the previous year. The Year's Work in English Studies is an annual critical bibliography which aims to cover all work of quality in English and literary studies for the previous year.
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Meet the Author

Kate McGowan teaches in the Department of English and History at Manchester Metropolitan University, UK. Willam Baker is Professor of English at the Northern Illinois University, USA. Kenneth Womack is Associate Professor of English at the Pennsylvania State University, USA.

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Table of Contents

1. Critical Theory: General
2. Marxism and Postmarxism
3. Feminisms
4. Colonial Discourse
5. Cultural Studies
6. Popular Culture
7. Australian Popular Culture
8. Virtual Cultures
9. Popular Culture
10. Film Theory
11. History of Art and Visual Culture
12. Culture, Society and the New Human Genetics
13. Cultural Policy
14. Multiculturalism
15. Aboriginal Indentity
Journals Series and Reference Works
1. English Language
2. Old English Literature
3. Middle English: Excluding Chaucer
4. Middle English: Chaucer
5. The Sixteenth Century: Excluding Drama after 1550
6. Shakespeare
7. Renaissance Drama
8. The Earlier Seventeenth Century: General Prose, Women's Writing
9. Milton and Poetry, 1603-1660
10. The Later Seventeenth Century
11. The Eighteenth Century
12. The Nineteenth Century: The Romantic Period
13. The Nineteenth Century: The Victorian Period
14. Modern Literature
15. American Literature to 1900
16. American Literature: The Twentieth Century
17. New Literatures
18. Bibliography and Textual Criticism
Authors and Subjects Treated

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