Vol. 33 Nbr. 1, June 2005
- Beyond the knowledge factory: a review of David B. Downing's The Knowledge Contract: Politics and Paradigms in the Academic Workplace.
- Shusaku Endo's "A Summer in Rouen": a tragicomedy of virtues unhad and goods ungained.
- A brief conversation with David B. Downing.
- "You know you wanna dance": Buffy the Vampire Slayer as contemporary gothic heroine.
- An intellectual portrait of Edward Said's humanism, criticism, and politics: interview with R. Radhakrishnan.
- Love and sex in a totalitarian society: an exploration of Ha Jin and George Orwell (1).
- Young and dangerous(ly traditional): reading Guangong and the act of obeisance in Hong Kong films since 1986.
- Women, war, and other big jokes.
- Haunted spaces and powerful places: reconfiguring the doppelganger in Charlotte Dacre's Zofloya.
- The politics of allusion: Brave New World and The Debates About Biotechnologies.
- Imagining murderous mothers: male spectatorship and the American slasher film.
- Myron Tuman. Melville's Gay Father and the Knot of Filicidal Desire: On Men and Their Demons.