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William James Studies
FALL 2017 • VOLUME 13 • Number 2

Special Issue: Further Directions in William James
and Literary Studies
Guest Editors: Todd Barosky and Justin Rogers-Cooper

CONTENT

Front Matter (PDF)

Introduction to WJS Special Issue: Further Directions                                i
in William James and Literary Studies (PDF)

 

Articles
It’s Not Personal: Modernist Remediations of William                        140
James’s “Personal Religion” (PDF)
Graham Jensen

Sensation and Suggestion: William James and Sadakichi                    167 Hartmann’s Symbolist Aesthetics (PDF)
Emily Gephart

“Like Islands in the Sea”: Intermingled Consciousness and the        190 Politics of the Self in Sarah Orne Jewett’s Late Stories (PDF)
Cécile Roudeau                                                                                   

 “Variations on a Theme by William James”: Varieties of                     217
Religious Experience in the Writing of Ursula K. Le Guin (PDF)
Amelia Z. Greene                                                                                

“Truth Written in Hell-Fire”: William James and The                             240 Destruction of Gotham (PDF)
Justin Rogers-Cooper                                                                          

 

BOOK REVIEWS & NOTES
Altered States: Buddhism and Psychedelic Spirituality in America.      282  By Douglas Osto and Sacred Knowledge: Psychedelics and
Religious Experience
. By William A. Richards. (PDF)
Reviewed by Matei Iagher

Marcel Proust in the Light of William James: In Search of a                       293
Lost Source
. By Marilyn M. Sachs.  (PDF)
Reviewed by Joshua Lam

Pragmatism, Kant, and Transcendental Philosophy. Edited                      300
by Gabriele Gava and Robert Stern. (PDF)
Notes by Jared Kemling

Saving Faith: Making Religious Pluralism an American Value                   303
at the Dawn of the Secular Age. By David Mislin. (PDF)
Notes by Linda Simon

 

PERIODICALS
Related Scholarly Publications: April – November 2017 (PDF)      306

William James Studies is an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal dedicated to publishing high quality, scholarly articles related to the life, work and influence of William James.