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Edited By: Colin MacCabe
Online ISSN: 1467-8705
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Probably the most influential English literary-critical journal in the academic field over the post war decades.
John Holloway, New Pelican Guide to English Literature.
'This is the only journal to remain faithful to the original spirit of cultural studies. It mixes `high' and `low' culture, criticism and creative writing without losing sight of political and social questions.'
Rosalind Coward, Professor of Journalism
'Critical Quarterly has become an institution without the slightest sign of ossification.'
Brian Morton, Literary Editor of The Times Higher Education Supplement
The Critical Quarterly Book Series
Godard's Contempt: Essays From The London Consortium
Colin MacCabe and Laura Mulvey
The Uses of Phobia: Essays on Literature and Film
Black Light: Myth and Meaning in Modern Painting
Why Are The Arabs Not Free?: The Politics of Writing
Cinema and Modernism
Spectacle horror and Hostel: why 'torture porn' does not exist
Honour and shame: modern controversies and ancient values
Colin MacCabe, the editor of Critical Quarterly, is a British writer and film producer. He has published extensively on modernism, particularly Joyce and Godard, and theories and philosophy of language. He also has interests in the history of early modern and modern English and the English Renaissance.