Tracing Paradigms: One Hundred Years Of Neophilologus by Rolf H. Bremmer JrTracing Paradigms: One Hundred Years Of Neophilologus by Rolf H. Bremmer Jr

Tracing Paradigms: One Hundred Years Of Neophilologus

byRolf H. Bremmer JrEditorThijs Porck, Frans Ruiter

Hardcover | October 10, 2016

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This volume brings together a selection of pivotal articles published in the hundred years since the launch of the journal Neophilologus. Each article is accompanied by an up-to-date commentary written by former and current editors of the journal. The commentaries position the articles within the history of the journal in particular and within the field of Modern Language Studies in general. As such, this book not only outlines the history of a scholarly journal, but also the history of an entire field.

Over the course of its first one hundred years, 1916 to 2016, Neophilologus: An International Journal of Modern and Mediaeval Language and Literature has developed from a modest quarterly set up by a group of young and ambitious Dutch professors as a platform for their own publications to one of the leading international journals in Modern Language Studies. Although Neophilologus has remained broad in scope, multilingual and multidisciplinary, it has witnessed dramatic changes in its long-standing history: paradigm shifts, the rise and fall of literary theories, methods and sub-disciplines, as has the field of Modern Language Studies itself.

Rolf H. Bremmer Jr is professor emeritus of both English Philology and Frisian Language and Literature at Leiden University. His research focuses on Old English and Old Frisian about which he has authored as well as co-edited a number of books and numerous articles. He has been editor-in-chief ofNeophilologus: An International Journal ...
Title:Tracing Paradigms: One Hundred Years Of NeophilologusFormat:HardcoverDimensions:281 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.03 inPublished:October 10, 2016Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

1. A Centenary of Neophilologus: Retrospect and Prospect, Rolf H. Bremmer Jr.- 2. "For the time being, things will remain as they are." One Hundred Years of Neophilologus, Sjaak Onderdelinden (Trans. Rolf H. Bremmer Jr.).- 3. Overview of One Hundred Years of Editors of Neophilologus, Thijs Porck.- Part I. Literary Theory.- 4. Reprint of: J. M. Coetzee, Erasmus' Praise of Folly: Rivalry and Madness. Neophilologus 76 (1992), pp. 1-18 .- 5. In Praise of the Little Phallus: On J. M. Coetzee's Contribution to Neophilologus, Frans Ruiter.- Part II. French.- 6. Reprint of: Nico van den Boogaard, 'Le nouveau recueil complet des fabliaux (NRCF)', Neophilologus 61 (1977), pp. 333-345.-7. Le Nouveau Recueil Complet des Fabliaux: à propos d'un article de Nico van den Boogaard dans Neophilologus, Roberto Crespo.- 8. Reprint of: Daniel Russell, 'The Term "emblème" in Sixteenth-Century France', Neophilologus 59 (1975), pp. 337-351.- 9. L'émergence des études sur l'emblème français: à propos d'un article de Daniel Russell dans Neophilologus, Paul J.Smith.- Part III. Spanish.- 10. Reprint of: Frederick A. de Armas, 'Classical tragedy and Cervantes La Numancia', Neophilologus 58 (1974), pp. 34-40.- 11. Reprint of: Edward H. Friedman, 'La Numancia within structural patterns of sixteenth-century Spanish tragedy', Neophilologus 61 (1977), pp. 74-89.- 12. La Numancia de Cervantes en Neophilologus. Sobre sendas contribuciones de Armas y de Friedman, Rina Walthaus.- 13. Reprint of: José Correa Camiroaga, 'La Estética en Ortega', Neophilologus 66 (1982),pp. 559-568.- 14. Reprint of: F.Ebels, 'Reading in the Frame: Signalling Politics in Nada',Neophilologus 93 (2009), pp. 619-632.- 15. Neophilologus y la literatura española e hispanoamericana posterior a 1800. Sobre sendas contribuciones de Correa Camiroaga y de Ebels, Henk Oostendorp.- Part IV. German.- 16. Reprint of: J. H. Scholte, 'Versuch eines Bildungsgangs des Simplicissimusdichters', Neophilologus 7 (1922), pp. 190-207.- 17. Die Anfänge der wissenschaftlichen Grimmelshausen-Forschung. Zum Beitrag von Jan Hendrik Scholte in Neophilologus, Jef Jacobs.- 18. Reprint of: W.G.Sebald, 'Die Mädchen aus der Feenwelt. Bemerkungen zu Liebe und Prostitition mit Bezügen zu Raimund, Schnitzler und Horvath', Neophilologus 67 (1983), pp.109-117.- 19. Reprint of: Karl Robert Mandelkow, 'Der deutsche Briefroman. Zum Problem der Polyperspektive im Epischen', Neophilologus 44 (1960), pp.200-207.- 20. Zwei Aufsätze-zwei Extreme. Zu den Beiträgen von Karl Robert Mandelkow und W. G. Sebald in Neophilologus, Sjaak Onderdelinden.- Part V. English.- 21. Reprint of: J. C. van Meurs, 'Beowulf and Literary Criticism', Neophilologus 39 (1955), 114-130.- 22. Tolkien and Beowulf: On J. C. van Meurs's Contribution to Neophilologus, Rolf H. Bremmer Jr.- 23. Reprint of: Nicholas Joost, 'Ernest Hemingway and the Dial', Neophilologus 52 (1968), pp. 180-190, 304-313.- 24. Periodical Studies avant la lettre: On Nicholas Joost's Contribution to Neophilologus, Usha Wilbers.- 25. Appendix: Overview of Editors of Neophilologus