Because UCLA subscribes to American Literary History, we already have online access to all its articles, but it’s worth knowing that a handful have been made freely available in honor of the journal’s 20th anniversary.
*Celebrating the 20th anniversary of American Literary History*
To mark 20 years of American Literary History, we have made a
selection of articles from the current anniversary volume available
FREE online. To access the articles, simply click on the links below:
*FREE ARTICLES from the 20th anniversary volume*
What Good Can Literary History Do?
National Treasure, Global Value, and American Literary Studies
Border Literary Histories, Globalization, and Critical Regionalism
José E. Limón
“Are We There Yet?”: Archives, History, and Specificity in
African-American Literary Studies
Re-thinking “American Studies after US Exceptionalism”
Hemispheric Islam: Continents and Centuries for American Literature
Wai Chee Dimock
Scholarship and the State: Robert Greenhow and Transnational American
*Table of contents*
To browse the tables of contents and other articles from the
anniversary volume, visit http://www.oxfordjournals.org/page/3329/8
*About American Literary History*
Covering the study of US literature from its origins through the
present, American Literary History provides a much-needed forum for
the various, often competing voices of contemporary literary inquiry.