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Issue Details: First known date: 2009... 2009 Structures, Networks, Institutions : The New Empiricism, Book History and Literary History
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An overview of the different kinds of work on culture that are contained in the term 'the new empiricism'. Carter emphasises the status of the new empiricism as 'post-' rather than 'anti-theoretical'.

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    y separately published work icon Resourceful Reading : The New Empiricism, eResearch and Australian Literary Culture Katherine Bode (editor), Robert Dixon (editor), Sydney : Sydney University Press , 2009 Z1663702 2009 anthology criticism 'This collection provides the first comprehensive account of eResearch and the new empiricism as they are transforming the field of Australian literary studies in the twenty-first century...The essays range from accounts of the state of the discipline in its international contexts with a particular focus on future directions, to exemplary applications of empirical methods by leading critics and scholars. Reports on current large-scale online projects that represent a significant future direction of literary studies in Australia are also included. Together, they demonstrate the possibilities and the range of new empirical and electronic approaches to Australian literary studies.' (Source: back cover) Sydney : Sydney University Press , 2009 pg. 31-52
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