The Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Literary Studies


Lisa Zunshine


Porter Abbott, How Do We Read What Isn't There to Be Read?  Shadow Stories and Permanent Gaps”
Elaine Auyoung, Rethinking the Reality Effect: Detail and the Novel”
Marisa Bortolussi and Peter Dixon, Revisiting the Metaphor of ‘Transportation’”
Fritz Alwin Breithaupt, “Empathic Sadism. How Readers Get Implicated.”
Mark Bruhn, Time as Space in the Structure of (Literary) Experience: The Prelude
Noel Carroll, "Theater and the Emotion"
Mary Thomas Crane, “Cognitive Historicism: Intuition in Early Modern Thought”
Peter Dixon and Marisa Bortolussi, Fluctuation in Literary Reading: The Neglected Dimension of Time”
Nancy Easterlin, Thick Context: Novelty in Cognition and Literature”
William Flesch, Reading and Bargaining”
Monika Fludernik, Blending in Cartoons: The Production of Comedy”
Patrick Colm Hogan, The Psychology of Colonialism and Postcolonialism: Cognitive Approaches to Identity and Empathy," What Literature Teaches Us About Emotion: Synthesizing Affective Science and Literary Study”
Suzanne Keen, Human Rights Discourse and Universals of Cognition and Emotion: Postcolonial Fiction”
Joshua Landy, "Mental Calisthenics and Self-Reflexive Fiction"
Laura Otis, "The Value of Qualitative Research for Cognitive Literary Studies"
Alan Palmer, "Listen to the Stories!:" Narrative, Cognition and Country and Western Music"
James Phelan, Rhetorical Theory, Cognitive Theory, and Morrison’s 'Recitatif': From
Parallel Play to Productive Collaboration”

Natalie M. Phillips, Literary Neuroscience and History of Mind: An Interdisciplinary fMRI Study of Attention and Jane Austen”
Carl Plantinga, “Facing Others: Close-ups of Faces in Narrative Film and in The Silence of the Lambs”
Peter Rabinowitz, Toward a Narratology of Cognitive Flavor”
Alan Richardson, Imagination: Literary and Cognitive Intersections”
Ralph James Savarese, “What Some Autistics Can Teach Us About Poetry: A Neurocosmopolitan Approach”
Jeff Smith, Filmmakers as Folk Psychologists: How Filmmakers Exploit Cognitive Biases as an Aspect of Film Narration, Characterization and Spectatorship”
Ellen Spolsky, The Biology of Failure, the Forms of Rage, and the Equity of Revenge”
Gabrielle Starr, "Imagery and Aesthetics”
Margrethe Bruun Vaage, “On the Repulsive Rapist, and the Difference Between Morality in Fiction and Real Life
Blakey Vermeule, The New Unconscious: A Literary Guided Tour”
Keith Vincent, "Sex on the Mind: Queer Theory Meets Cognitive Theory"
Lisa Zunshine, "From the Social to the Literary:
Approaching Cao Xueqin’s The Story of the Stone (紅樓夢) from a Cognitive Perspective"