Since its launch in 1987 Textual Practice has established itself as a leading journal of radical literary theory.
New approaches to literary texts are naturally a major feature, but in exploring apparently discrete areas such as philosophy, history, law, science, architecture, gender and media studies, Textual Practice pays no heed to traditional academic boundaries.
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