The Future of Scientific Studies in Literature

Special issue of Scientific Study of Literature 1:1 (2011)

[Scientific Study of Literature, 1:1]  2011.  iv, 193 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Introduction
Willie van Peer
1–5
Articles
Science in the perspective of literariness
David S. Miall
7–14
Corpus linguistics and the study of literature: Back to the future?
Douglas Biber
15–23
A computer’s understanding of literature
Arthur C. Graesser, Nia Dowell and Christian Moldovan
24–33
Using literature to understand authors: The case for computerized text analysis
James W. Pennebaker and Molly E. Ireland
34–48
Education and the study of literature
Carol D. Lee
49–58
The scientific study of literature: What can, has, and should be done
Peter Dixon and Marisa Bortolussi
59–71
Literature and event understanding
Heather Bailey and Jeffrey M. Zacks
72–78
The scientific study of poetic writing
David I. Hanauer
79–87
Individual differences in readers’ narrative experiences
Richard Gerrig
88–94
The individual in the scientific study of literature
Raymond W. Gibbs, Jr.
95–103
In defense of commonality
Rachel Giora
104–112
Transporting into narrative worlds: New directions for the scientific study of literature
Melanie C. Green and Jordan M.A. Carpenter
113–122
Vivifications of literary investigation
David N. Rapp, Hidetsugu Komeda and Scott R. Hinze
123–135
How do we entertain ourselves with literary texts?
Peter Vorderer and Franziska S. Roth
136–143
Ways to engage readers: Relevance in the scientific study of literature
Frank Hakemulder
144–152
Fiction and its study as gateways to the mind
Keith Oatley
153–164
Science, literature, and cultural colonialism
Patrick Colm Hogan
165–172
The future of an allusion
Gerald C. Cupchik
173–181
The symptoms of science in studies of literature: An uneasy prognosis
Don Kuiken
182–193
Subjects

Communication Studies

Communication Studies

Literature & Literary Studies

Theoretical literature & literary studies
BIC Subject: DSA – Literary theory
BISAC Subject: LIT006000 – LITERARY CRITICISM / Semiotics & Theory