Welcome to July! This month we are doubly celebrating as, not only does OLR keep embracing the ripe age of 40 with grace, but Jacques Derrida was also born on this day in 1930. I, like many others I’m sure, love celebrating birthdays in the company of intelligence and wine. Whilst we can’t give you wine, we can give you the wise words of Derrida. So enjoy ‘Word Processing: An interview with Jacques Derrida’, an article about machines, computing and transformative dialogue, published in OLR in 1999 (just five years before Derrida’s death).
Enjoy the full article, free until 15th July.
- Keep up-to-date with all the latest writing in deconstruction, literary theory, psychoanalytic theory, political theory and related forms of exploratory thought.
- Receive free access to all OLR content published from 2000.
- For pricing information, visit our subscription information page or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find out more about the OLR40 campaign.
Oxford Literary Review (OLR), founded in 1977 by Ian McLeod, Ann Wordsworth and Robert J. C. Young, is now celebrating its 40th anniversary. To celebrate, in each month of 2017 the Edinburgh University Press blog will highlight an influential article published in OLR.