HELIOS DEBUTS IN PROJECT MUSE
From Texas Tech University Press: Helios
Helios is a forum for the scholarly synthesis of close readings of philological text with contemporary critical approaches. Articles analyzing Greek and Roman literature and cultural history employ feminist theory, poststructuralism and deconstruction, psychoanalysis, reader-response theory, and current theoretical models.
Print ISSN: 0610-0923
Included in the MUSE 2007 Arts and Humanities Collection and Premium Collection.
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African Journal of Reproductive Health (Arts & Sciences Complement)
Release Content: Vols. 1 – 7, 1997-2003
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Publisher: Women’s Health and Action Research Centre
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