Michelle Warren, Post-Philology

Post-philology designates an explicit positioning of philology in relation to postmodern and postcolonial studies. The first part of this essay surveys the problems of definition that beset all three terms and aims to clarify their theoretical and disciplinary relationships. The second part turns to philology’s overt encounters with postmodernism since the 1980s (including "new philology"), the third to various interactions between philology and postcolonial studies. The examples I adduce from the French and Spanish traditions witness the already lively practice of post-philology in relation to historical linguistics, editorial practice, and manuscript studies. Fonte: https://www.academia.edu/5158249/Post\_Philology

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