Volume 6.1: Contents

From Agostino Ramelli:
Le Diverse et Artificiose Machine.
Courtesy of the Rare Books Division, The New York Public Library (Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations).
Contents

Disciplining Literature in the Age of Postdisciplinarity: An Introduction
William Egginton
Peter Gilgen

The Origins of Literary Studies And Their End?
Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht 

Benefit of Clergy, Benefit of Literature
Stephen Greenblatt

Russian Literature: Projects for the Future
William Mills Todd III

Disorientations: Asian Literatures in the University
Pauline Yu

Where Did Great Books Come From Anyway?
W. B. Carnochan

Singing, Speaking, Making, Writing: Classical Alternatives to Literature and Literary Studies
Thomas Habinek

The Past, Present, and Future of Germanistik
Peter U. Hohendahl

New World Studies and the Limits of National Literatures
Roland Greene 

Beyond National Culture?
Gregory Jusdanis

Along the Fault Line: An Epilogue  to Disciplining Literature
Jeffrey T. Schnapp

A Roundtable Discussion on The Bernheimer Report
Jeffrey T. Schnapp
Russell A. Berman
Herbert Lindenberger
V. Y. Mudimbe