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Lisa Zunshine
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    丽莎·詹赛恩(Lisa Zunshine)是美国肯塔基大学的Bush-Holbrook教授,主要教授18世纪的英国文学与文化,是认知文学研究的领军人物。著作颇丰,如:《陌生概念及其生成的故事》(Strange Concepts and the Stories They Make Possible)(2008《走进大脑——认知科学对大众文化的研究》(Getting Inside Your Head:What Cognitive Science Can Tell Us About Popular Culture (2012)、《我们为何读小说——心智理论与小说》(2006, 2012)、《认知文化研究导论》(Introduction to Cognitive Cultural Studies)(2010)和《牛津认知文化研究手册》(The Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Literary Studies)(2015)等。
相关信息参看: https://uky.academia.edu/LisaZunshine/Books

 

Books:

·         Getting Inside Your Head: What Cognitive Science Can Tell Us about Popular Culture. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2012.

·          The Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Literary Studies.(ed.). New York: Oxford University Press, 2015.

·         Approaches to Teaching the Works of John Dryden. Coedited with Jayne Lewis. New York: Modern Language Association, 2013.

·         Bastards and Foundlings: Illegitimacy in Eighteenth-Century England. Columbus: The Ohio State University Press, 2005.

·          Why We Read Fiction: Theory of Mind and the Novel. Columbus: The Ohio State University Press, 2006.

·         Strange Concepts and the Stories They Make Possible: Cognition, Culture, Narrative. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2008.

·        Introduction to Cognitive Cultural Studies. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2010.

·         Approaches to Teaching the Novels of Samuel Richardson. Coedited with Jocelyn Harris. New York: Modern Language Association, 2006.

·          Acting Theory and the English Stage, 1700-1830. (ed.).Five volumes. London: Pickering and Chatto, 2008.

·        Philanthropy and Fiction in the 'Long' Eighteenth-Century. (ed.).London: Pickering and Chatto, 2006.

·       Nabokov at the Limits: Redrawing Critical Boundaries. (ed.).New York: Garland Publishing, 1999.


Articles:

"Theory of Mind as a Pedagogical Tool." Interdisciplinary Literary Studies 16.1 (2014): 89-109.

Co-authored with Ralph James Savarese: “The Critic as Neurocosmopolite; Or, What Cognitive Approaches to Literature Can Learn from Disability Studies: Lisa Zunshine in Conversation with Ralph James Savarese.” Narrative 22.1 (January 2014): 17-44.

"From the Social to the Literary: Approaching Cao Xueqin's The Story of the Stone (紅樓夢) from a Cognitive Perspective." In The Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Approaches to Literature. New York: Oxford University Press, 2015. 176-196..

"Introduction to Cognitive Literary Studies." In The Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Literary Studies. New York: Oxford University Press, 2015. 1-9.

"Sociocognitive Complexity." NOVEL: A Forum on Fiction 45.1 (2012): 13-18.

“What to Expect When You Pick Up a Graphic Novel.” SubStance: special issue on graphic narratives. Ed. Jared Gardner and David Herman, # 124, 40.1 (2011): 114-134.

“Style Brings In Mental States.” Style 45.2 (2011): 349-356.

“Cognitive Alternatives to Interiority.” Cambridge History of the English Novel. Ed. Robert L. Caserio and Clement C. Hawes. Cambridge University Press, 2011. 147-162.

“Mind Plus: Sociocognitive Pleasures of Jane Austen's Novels.Studies in Literary Imagination 42.2 (Fall 2009): 89-109.

“1700-1775: Theory of Mind, Social Hierarchy, and the Emergence of Narrative Subjectivity.” The Emergence of Mind: Representations of Consciousness in Narrative Discourse in English. Ed. David Herman. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2011. 161-186.

“Theory of Mind and Fictions of Embodied Transparency.” Narrative 16.1 (2008): 65-92.

“Theory of Mind and Michael Fried’s Absorption and Theatricality: Notes Toward Cognitive Historicism.” Toward a Theory of Narrative Acts. Ed. Frederick Aldama. University of Texas Press, 2010. 179-203.

“Lying Bodies of the Enlightenment: Theory of Mind and Cultural Historicism.” Introduction to Cognitive Cultural Studies. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2010. 115-133.

“What is Cognitive Cultural Studies?”Introduction to Cognitive Cultural Studies. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2010 1-33.

“Why Jane Austen Was Different, And Why We May Need Cognitive Science to See It.” Style 41.3 (2007): 273-297.

Reprinted inREALYearbook of Research in English and American Literature24 (2008):141-61

“Caught Unawares by a Benefactor: Embodying the Deserving Object of Charity in the Eighteenth-Century Novel.” The Eighteenth-Century Novel 5 (2006): 37-65.

“Essentialism and Comedy: A Cognitive Reading of the Motif of Mislaid Identity in Dryden’s Amphitryon (1690),” Performance and Cognition: Theatre in the Age of New Cognitive Studies. Ed. Bruce McConachie and F. Elizabeth Hart. Routledge, 2006. 97-121

“Introduction.” Philanthropy and Fiction, 1698-1818. London: Pickering and Chatto, 2006. vii-xxi.

“Can We Teach the ‘Deep Intersubjectivity’ of Richardson’s Clarissa?” New Windows on a Woman's World: A Festschrift for Jocelyn Harris. Otago Studies in English, 9. Dunedin, New Zealand: University of Otago, 2005. 88-99.

“The Spectral Hospital: Philanthropy and the Eighteenth-Century Novel.” Eighteenth-Century Life, 29.1 (2005), 1-22.

“Teaching Sir Charles Grandison to Undergraduates instead of Pamela,” Approaches to Teaching the Novels of Samuel Richardson. Ed. Zunshine and Harris. New York: Modern Language Association, 2005. 184-190.

“Introduction” and “Materials,” Approaches to Teaching the Novels of Samuel Richardson. Ed. Zunshine and Harris. New York: Modern Language Association, 2005. xi-xiii, 3-23.

“Bastard Daughters and Foundling Heroines: Rewriting Illegitimacy for the Eighteenth-Century Stage,” Modern Philology 102.4 (2005): 501-533.

“Richardson’s Clarissa and a Theory of Mind,” The Work of Fiction: Cognition, Culture, and Complexity. Ed. Alan Richardson and Ellen Spolsky. Ashgate Press, 2004. 127-146.

“Theory of Mind and Experimental Representations of Fictional Consciousness,” Narrative 11.3 (2003): 270-291.

Reprinted in The Critical Tradition: Classic Texts and Contemporary Trends. Ed. David H. Richter, Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2006.
Translated into Russian and reprinted in Dialogue so Vremenem: Almanac of Intellectual History. Moscow: KomKniga. 15 (2005): 263-292.

“Vladimir Nabokov and the Scriblerians,” Nabokov at Cornell. Ed. Gavriel Shapiro. Cornell University Press, 2003. 161-71.

“The Gender Dynamics of the Infanticide Prevention Campaign in Eighteenth-Century England and Richardson’s History of Sir Charles Grandison,” Writing English Infanticide: Child-Murder, Gender, and Print, 1722-1859. Ed.Jennifer Thorn. Newark: The University of Delaware Press, 2003. 145-171.

“Eighteenth-Century Print Culture and the ‘Truth’ of Fictional Narrative,” Philosophy and Literature, 25.2 (2001): 215-232.

“Rhetoric, Cognition, and Ideology in Anna Laetitia Barbauld’s 1781 Hymns in Prose for Children,” Poetics Today, 23.1 (2001): 231- 259.

“The Politics of Eschatological Prophesy and Dryden’s 1700 The Secular Masque.” The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, vol. 41.3 (2000): 119-137.

“Nabokov’s ‘On Discovering a Butterfly’ and Pushkin’s ‘Exegi monumentum,’” The Nabokovian (2000): 38-42.

“Alexander Pope’s The Rape of the Lock and VladimirNabokov’s Pale Fire”, Nabokov at the Limits: Redrawing Critical Boundaries. New York: Garland Publishing, 1999. 161-82.

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