Oxford Literary Review

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Oxford Literary Review  
DisciplineLiterature
LanguageEnglish
Publication details
Publisher
FrequencyTwice-yearly
Indexing
ISSN0305-1498
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Oxford Literary Review  
DisciplineLiterature
LanguageEnglish
Publication details
Publisher
FrequencyTwice-yearly
Indexing
ISSN0305-1498
Links

Oxford Literary Review is an academic journal of literary theory. The journal was founded in the 1970s by Ian McLeod, Ann Wordsworth and Robert J.C. Young, and publishes articles on the history and development of deconstructive thinking in intellectual, cultural and political life. Oxford Literary Review has published new work by Jacques Derrida, Maurice Blanchot, Roland Barthes, Michel Foucault, Philippe Lacoue-Labarthe, Jean-Luc Nancy, and Hélène Cixous, and continues to publish new work in the tradition and spirit of deconstruction.

The journal was originally published bi-annually, though for some years it appeared as an annual publication. The Oxford Literary Review is now published twice yearly by Edinburgh University Press in July and December. Special issues on specific themes alternate with general issues which include articles from varied intellectual disciplines on issues and writers belonging to or engaging with the work of deconstructive thinking (such as Martin Heidegger, Maurice Blanchot, Emmanuel Levinas, and Luce Irigaray).

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