Wittgensteinian Perspectives on Literary Theory

LIT681S

Key questions in literary theory reconsidered from the point of view of ordinary language philosophy (Wittgenstein, J. L. Austin, Cavell). Topics will vary, but may include: meaning, language, interpretation, intentions, fiction, realism and representation, voice, writing, the subject, the body, the other, difference and identity, the politics of theory. New perspectives on canonical texts on these subjects. One course. 3 graduate courses.

Cross Listings
ENGLISH582S
PHIL681S
Curriculum Codes
ALP
Domains of Inquiry
Interpretation