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Romanic Review 101.1-2 – Jan.-March 2010

SPECIAL ISSUE: : Romanic Review: 1910-2010.

A Hundred Years of Romance Studies

Elisabeth Ladenson, Avant-propos

Sylvie Lefevre, Introduction

Medievalism and Philology

ORIGINS

Michel Zink, Le Collège de France et la philologie romane

Sarah Kay, The Monolingualism of the Parrot, or the Prosthesis of Origins, in Las Novas del papagay 

David Hult, Text Editing. Past, Present and Future 

FIGURES

Richard Trachsler, From the Cradle ...The Rise of Romance Philology in America (1900-1970)

R. Howard Bloch, “From a Daumier Drawing by a Process of Dehydration”

ROMANIC REVIEW

Stephen G. Nichols, Romance Philology as Blood Sport: The Romanic Review's First Decade

Jacqueline Cerquiglini-Toulet, La littérature médiévale dans l'histoire littéraire et la théorie : l'exemple de la Romanic Review 

ROUND TABLE: THE FUTURE OF ROMANCE STUDIES

Carlos J. Alonso, The History of the Future

Jane Tylus, Reflections of an Italianist

Jesus R. Velasco, Romania Continua, Romania Submersa, and the Field of Romance Studies

  • DISCUSSION PANEL:Carlos J. Alonso, Serge Gavronsky, Justin Steinberg, Jane Tylus, Jesús R. Velasco; Joanna Stalnaker (moderator)

CRITICAL/THEORETICAL TRENDS

THE RETURN TO HISTORY
Maurice Samuels, 2000: Trauma on the Boulevard
Respondent:Emily Apter

GENDER
Jane Gallop, Around 1991
Respondents: Marianne Hirsch, Sarah Kay

POSTCOLONIALISM
Souleymane Bachir Diagne, 1968: Crisis in African Letters
Respondents: Madeleine Dobie, Emmanuelle Saada
  
THEORY
Elena Russo, 1966: Morning in Baltimore
Respondents: Peter Brooks, Gerald Prince

HISTORY
Antoine Compagnon, 1923: "Columbia Attracts Scholars of World"
Respondent: Edward Mendelson

HOMMAGES TO MICHAEL RIFFATERRE: 1924-2006

Elisabeth Ladenson, “In Memoriam Michael Riffaterre”

Shaw, “Mourning Song for Michael from Mary”

In Memoriam

François Rigolot, “À la recherche de Michael Riffaterre”

Téolinda Barolini, “A Quintilian for the 21st Century: On Fictional Truth

Victor Brombert, “An Artist of Interpretation”

Antoine Compagnon

Pierre Force, “Remarks on the Life and Works of Michael Riffaterre”

Gita May

Scholar, Teacher, Editor

Carol Howard, “Remembrance of Michael Riffaterre” 

Joanna Augustyn, “All Ellipses in Quotation are His”

Vincent Aurora, “Riffaterrean Confessions”

Peter S. Rogers

Ferial J. Ghazoul, “Riffaterre of the 1970s”

Steven Winspur, “Of Neckties and Doughnuts”

John Lyons

Inge Crosman Wimmers, “Remininscences of Michael Riffaterre”

Pierre Zoberman

Kerry Gluckman, “Behind the Scenes at the Romanic Review”

Colleague and Friend

Jeanine Parisier Plottel

Henri Mitterand, “Un Ami de quarante ans”

Jean-Claude Chevalier

Françoise Meltzer, “Michel”

Mary Ann Caws, “On Michael Riffaterre”

Stamos Metzidakis, “Ce que dit la bouche d’ombre” or The Master’s Voice from beyond the Grave”

Lawrence D. Kritzman

Renata Blumenfeld-Kosinski

Claudie Bernard

Sarah Juliette Sasson, “Unpacking Riffaterre”

Consenstein, “I Remember Riffaterre"

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