Reconstruction Vol. 14, No. 4 (2014): Open Issue

Grub Street


John Strype's Map of London (1720)


Wishful Space for a Safer Place, by Marc Ouellette


Of Rents and Apocalypse: How Piketty’s Capital in the 21st Century Is Bleaker Than We Think, by Benjamin Balthaser

“Work itself is given a voice”: Labor, Deskilling, and Archival Capability in the Poetry of Kenneth Goldsmith and Mark Nowak, by Michael Leong

Taste in Pope’s The Dunciad: A Bourdiesian Reading, by Hossein Pirnajmuddin and Ebrahim Zarei

The Transfenestrational Imaginary: Periodizing Vineland’s Sixties, by Johanna Isaacson

Game Studies Round Table


Judd Ethan Ruggill

Tobias Conradi

Steven Conway

Ken S. McAllister

Rolf F. Nohr

Theo Röhle

From Philosopher Thorsten Botz-Bornstein

In Germany, all trains go from left to right

Spatial Literary Studies II: Problematics of Place

Topophrenia: The Place of the Subject, by Robert T. Tally Jr

"Oh, man, I’m nowhere": Ralph Ellison and the Psychospatial Terrain of Mid-Century Harlem, by Walter Bosse

Covington is the Non-Place for Me: Walker Percy’s Topophilia in the Deserts of Theory and Consumption, by Chris Margrave

Alfred Hitchcock’s The Rear Window: Cold War, Spatiality, and the Paranoid Subject, by Beatrice Kohler

Contesting Boundaries in Toni Morrison’s Beloved, by Will Cunningham

Remapping the Present: Dave Eggers's Spatial Virtuality and the Condition of Literature, by Nathan Frank


Paulo Freire in the 21st Century: Education, Dialogue, and Transformation. Peter Roberts, review by Elias Schwieler

Eat It: Sex, Food and Women's Writing. Edited by Nicole Baute and Brianna Goldberg, review by Marc Ouellette


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