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CONTENTS



HISTORY OF THEORY
 

ANCIENT CLASSICAL THOUGHT (c.700 BCE - c. 350 BCE)
 

 

Ancient Feminist Thought / Feminist Perspectives on Ancient Thought and Literature
 

Ancient Non-Western Thought / Postcolonial Perspectives on Ancient Thought and Literature
 

MEDIEVAL THOUGHT (c.300 - c.1400)
 

 

Medieval Feminist Thought / Feminist Perspectives on Medieval Thought
 

Medieval Non-Western Thought / Postcolonial Perspectives on Medieval Thought
 

RENAISSANCE THOUGHT (c.1400 - c.1600)
 

 

Renaissance Feminist Thought / Feminist Perspectives on Renaissance Thought
 

Renaissance Non-Western Thought / Postcolonial Perspectives on Renaissance Thought
 

EARLY MODERN THOUGHT (c.1600 - c.1785)
 

 

Early Modern Feminist Thought / Feminist Perspectives on Early Modern Thought
 

Early Modern Non-Western Thought / Postcolonial Perspectives on Early Modern Thought
 

NINETEENTH CENTURY THOUGHT (c.1785 - c.1890)
 

Romantic and Neo-Romantic Literature and Literary Theory (c.1785 - c.1830)

'Victorian' Literature and Literary Theory (Mid-Nineteenth Century and Fin-de-Siecle)  (c.1830 - c.1900)
 

19th Century Feminist Thought / Feminist Perspectives on 19th Century Thought

19th Century Non-Western Thought / Postcolonial Perspectives on 19th Century Thought

TWENTIETH CENTURY THOUGHT (c.1890 - Present)
 

  Twentieth Century Feminist Theory:
 
Twentieth Century Postcolonial Theory:
 

Analytic Philosophy
 

Analytic Feminist Philosophy
Analytic Postcolonial Philosophy
Anglo-American Formalism:
 
Anglo-American Feminist Literary Theory (Modernist, Mythological, Neo-Aristotelian and New Critical)
Postcolonial Literary Theory (Modernist, Mythological, Neo-Aristotelian and New Critical)

Modernism

Myth Criticism

New Criticism

Neo-Aristotelianism (Chicago School)

Continental Theory:
Continental Feminist Theory:
 
Continental Postcolonial Theory:
Idealism
 

 

 

Marxism:
Marxist Feminist Theory
Marxist Postcolonial Theory

Frankfurt School of Critical Theory

New York Intellectuals

Phenomenology:

Phenomenological / Existentialist / Hermeneutical Feminist Theory
Phenomenological / Existentialist / Hermeneutical Postcolonial Theory

Existentialist Phenomenology (Existentialism)

Hermeneutical Phenomenology

Postmodernism

   
Psychoanalysis:
Psychoanalytic Feminist Theory
Psychoanalytic Postcolonial Theory

Jungian Analytical Psychology

(Post-)Structuralisms:

(Post-)Structuralist Feminist Theory
(Post-)Structuralist Postcolonial Theory

Derridean Deconstruction

Deleuzean Theory

Dialogism (the Bakhtinian Circle)

Foucauldian Discourse Theory

Saussurean Semiology / Structuralism

Structuralist (Althusseran) Marxism

Structuralist (Lacanian) Psychoanalysis

Pragmatism
Pragmatist Feminist Theory
Pragmatist African American Theory
 
Twentieth Century Literature    


REGIONS
 

AFRICAN AND AFRICAN DIASPORIC THOUGHT
 

African and African Diasporic Literature and Literary Theory African and African Diasporic Feminist Theory
 
 
ASIAN THOUGHT
 
Central Asian Thought1
 
   
East Asian Thought:2
 
East Asian Feminist Theory  

East Asian Literature and Literary Theory

South Asian Thought:3
 
South Asian Feminist Theory  

South Asian Literature and Literary Theory

South East Asian Thought4
 
   
AUSTRALASIAN THOUGHT
 
Australasian Literature and Literary Theory
 
Australasian Feminist Theory  
CANADIAN THOUGHT
 
Canadian Literature and Literary Theory
 
Canadian Feminist Theory  
CARIBBEAN THOUGHT
 
Caribbean Literature and Literary Theory
 
Caribbean Feminist Theory  
EUROPEAN THOUGHT
 
Central European Thought5
 

 

 
Eastern European Thought6:
 
   

Russian Thought:

Russian Literature and Literary Theory

Northern European (Scandinavian) Thought7
 
   
Southern European Thought:8
 
   
Greek Thought
   

Italian Thought:

Italian Feminist Theory

Italian Literature and Literary Theory

Spanish Thought:
Spanish Feminist Theory

Spanish Literature and Literary Theory

Western European Thought:9
 
   
French Thought:

French Feminist Theory

 

 

French Literature and Literary Theory

German Thought:

German Feminist Theory

German Literature and Literary Theory

UK and Eire: British and Irish Thought:

British and Irish Feminist Theory

British and Irish Literature and Literary Theory

LATIN AMERICAN THOUGHT
 
 
Latin American Literature and Literary Theory
 
Latin American Feminist Theory  
MIDDLE EASTERN THOUGHT
 
Arabic / Islamic Thought:
 
   

Arabic / Islamic Literature and Literary Theory

Israeli / Jewish Thought:
 
   

Israeli / Jewish Literature and Literary Theory

USA: AMERICAN THOUGHT
 
American Literature and Literary Theory American Feminist Theory: African American Thought:
 

African American Feminist Theory

African American Literature and Literary Theory

  Native American Thought


THEORETICAL TOPICS
 

ANIMALS
 

THE ARTS
 

 

Feminist Perspectives on the Arts:

 

Postcolonial Perspectives on the Arts:
 
Architecture
 
   
The Visual and Plastic Arts
 
   
Cultural Studies
 
   
Film
Feminist Film Theory
Postcolonial Film Theory
 
Literature:
 
Feminist Literary Theory:
Postcolonial Literary Theory:

(Analytic) Philosophy of Literature

Literary Theory:

Approaches:

Biology and Literature (Bio-Criticism or Literary Darwinism)

Cognitive Science and Literature (Cognitive Criticism)

Environmental Studies and Literature (Eco-Criticism)

Law and Literature

Linguistics and Literature (Literary Stylistics, Literary Semiotics and Speech-Act Theory)

Morality and Literature (Ethical Criticism)

Psychology and Literature (Psychological Criticism)

Religion and Literature (Biblical Criticism)

Sub-Topics:

The Author
Feminist Perspectives on the Author
Postcolonial Perspectives on the Author
Literary Form and Genre
Feminist Perspectives on Literary Form and Genre
Postcolonial Perspectives on Literary Form and Genre

Drama and Theatrical Arts

Poetry

Prose Fiction

Literary History, Intertextuality, and Canonicity
Feminist Perspectives on Literary History, Intertextuality and Canonicity
Postcolonial Perspectives on Literary History, Intertextuality and Canonicity
Metaliterature
Feminist Perspectives on the Nature of Literature
Postcolonial Perspectives on the Nature of Literature
The Reader
Feminist Perspectives on the Reader
Postcolonial Perspectives on the Reader
Representation
Feminist Perspectives on Representation
Postcolonial Perspectives on Representation
Music
 
   
Other Media
 
   

COMMUNICATION
 


 
Feminist Perspectives on Communication Postcolonial Perspectives on Communication
Sub-Fields:
 

Argumentation Theory

Composition Studies

Hermeneutics

Linguistics:

Linguistics and Literature (Literary Stylistics, Literary Semiotics and Speech-Act Theory)

(Analytic) Logic and Philosophical Logic

Media Studies

(Analytic) Philosophy of Language

Rhetoric

(Saussurean) Semiology / Structuralism

(Piercean) Semiotics

EDUCATION
 

 
Feminist Perspectives on Education Postcolonial Perspectives on Education
Sub-Topics:
 

Tertiary Education

HISTORY
 

 
Feminist Perspectives on History Postcolonial Perspectives on History
Sub-Topics:
 

History of Ideas / History of Thought / Conceptual History / Intellectual History

THE HUMAN BEING
 

 
Feminist Perspectives on the Human Being:

 
Postcolonial Perspectives on the Human Being:
Sub-Fields:
 

Anthropology

Medicine and Psychiatry

(Analytic) Philosophy of Mind, Perception and Self / Cognitive Science / Neuroscience:

Cognitive Science and Literature (Cognitive Criticism)

Psychology:

Psychoanalysis:

Jungian Analytical Psychology

Structuralist (Lacanian) Psychoanalysis

Psychology and Literature (Psychological Criticism)

Sub-Topics:
 

Autobiography

Gender (Feminist Theory)

Humanism

Humanities

Race

Feminist Perspectives on Race and Post-Coloniality

Sexuality

 

Postcolonial Perspectives on Sexuality (Queer Theory)

KNOWLEDGE
 

 

Feminist Perspectives on Knowledge
 
Postcolonial Perspectives on Knowledge
 
METAPHILOSOPHY / METATHEORY
 

 

Feminist Metaphilosophy / Metatheory
 
Postcolonial MetaPhilosophy / Metatheory
 
MORALITY
 


 

Feminist Perspectives on Morality Postcolonial Perspectives on Morality
Sub-Topics:
 

Morality and Literature (Ethical Criticism)

NATURE, THE NATURAL SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY
 

 
Feminist Perspectives on Nature, the Natural Sciences and Technology Postcolonial Perspectives on Nature, the Natural Sciences and Technology
Sub-Fields:
 

Metaphysics

(Analytic) Philosophy of Science and Technology

Science and Technology Studies (History, Rhetoric and Sociology of Science and Technology)

Sub-Disciplines:
 

Biology:

Biology and Literature (Bio-Criticism or Literary Darwinism)

Chemistry

Environmental Studies / Physical Geography:

Environmental Studies and Literature (Eco-Criticism)

Information Technology

Mathematics

Physics

RELIGION
 

 
Feminist Perspectives on Religion Postcolonial Perspectives on Religion
Sub-Topics:
 

Religion and Literature (Biblical Criticism)

SOCIETY AND THE SOCIAL SCIENCES
 

 
Feminist Perspectives on Society and the Social Sciences Postcolonial Perspectives on Society and the Social Sciences
Sub-Disciplines:
 

Anthropology

Economics

Cultural Studies

Human Geography

Law:

Law and Literature

Politics

Sociology

SPORTS
 

NOTES

1. Central Asia includes: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan.
2. East Asia includes: China, Hong Kong, Japan, Mongolia, South Korea, and Taiwan.
3. South Asian is synonymous with the Indian Sub-Continent: Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.
4. South East Asia includes: Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam.
5. Central Europe includes: Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Macedonia, Poland, Rumania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Yugoslavia.
6. Eastern Europe includeS: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Estonia, Georgia, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Russia, Ukraine.
7. Northern Europe (Scandinavia) includes: Denmark, Iceland, Finland, Greenland, Norway, Sweden.
8. Southern Europe includes: Cyprus, Greece, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Spain.
9. Western Europe includes: Austria, Belgium, Eire, France, Germany, Leichtenstein, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Switzerland, UK: Scotland, Wales.
 

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