Interdisciplinary Humanities

Humane, Inhumane, Human

Summer 2015 - Volume 32.2

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Articles in Interdisciplinary Humanities
from April 2003 to the present can be accessed through EBSCO databases, including Academic Search Premier.

Contents

Editors' Introduction

     Lee Ann Westman      Rutgers University - Camden

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Glimpses of the Humane in the Epic Song of Roland
     John Tabb DuVal      University of Arkansas
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Human, all too Human: Hogarth and Stravinsky's Vision of Rake's Progress

     James Larner      Marian University
    Anne M. Loechle      Marian University

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Eating Like an Animal: Cannibalism as Animalism in Poe's Pym
      Jeremy MacFarlane      Queen's University
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Historical Memory, the Sacred, and Literary Creation: The Prologue of José Roberto Cea's Todo el códice
     Raquel Patricia Chiquillo       University of Houston- Downtown
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The Concept of the Human in John Wyndham's The Chrysalids: Puritanical Imagery, Female Agency, and Theistic Evolution
     Frederic Krome      University of Cincinnati Clermont College
     
Gregory Loving      University of Cincinnati Clermont College
   
  C. Phoebe Reeves      University of Cincinnati Clermont College
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Authority, Knowledge, and (In)Humanity in David Foster Wallace's Infinite Jest
     Alessandra Tedesco      Independent Scholar
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Being, Knowing, Teaching: Possibilities for post-Cartesian inquiry in mass compulsory education in the United States

     Hope Kitts      The University of New Mexico

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Book Review: The Decameron of Giovanni Boccaccio by Wayne A. Rebhorn
     Elan Justice Pavlinich      University of South Florida
93
   
Book Review: Italian Renaissance Art by Stephen J. Campbell and Michael W. Cole  
     Caitlin Luetger      College of DuPage
97
   
Book Review: Philology: The Forgotten Origins of the Modern Humanities by James Turner  
     Michael R. Dressman     University of Houston- Downtown
102
   
Book Review: Made Flesh: Sacrament and Poetics in Post-Reformation England by Kimberly Johnson  
     Carmen M. Meza      The Ohio State University
105
   
Book Review: Transition in Post-Soviet Art: The Collective Actions Group Before and After 1989 by Octavian Esanu  
     Natalie E. Phillips      Ball State University
108
   
   
Notes on Contributors
108
   
Editorial Policies
115
   
HERA Membership/IH Subscriptions
116
   
Front Cover image - Variant
   
Executive Editor - Ronald Weber  
Co-Editors - Stephen Husarik and Lee Ann Elliott Westman  
Book Review Editor - Edmund Cueva
   
This issue of Interdisciplinary Humanities is partially underwritten by the Humanities Program at the University of Texas at El Paso.