Nature and Culture in Humanistic Studies
Attempts to open up the circularity of humanistic studies by recourse to outside, scientific methodologies are helpful. But cultural explanations remain appealing, necessary, and even biologically unavoidable.
||Nature, Culture, Embodied Criticism, Interpretation, Pluralism
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 1, pp.173-180.
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Russell Gill is M. S. Powell Professor of English and Coordinator of Classical Studies at Elon University in North Carolina. He has also served Elon as Dean of Arts and Humanities. His published work includes studies in Renaissance historiography, seventeenth-century satire, and comedy as a genre. Among the figures he has published on are Spinoza, Vermeer, Beckford, and writers of modern absurdist humor. He is currently working on the uses of new, "embodied" forms of literary categorization.
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