Jennifer Rutherford is the Director of the J.M Coetzee Centre for Creative Practice at the University of Adelaide and a research professor in Literature and Sociology. She is currently working on a memoir, The Encyclopedia of Lost Things and a creative collaboration with writer-thinkers Robyn Ferrel and Barbara Holloway: Mind the Old Lady Gap.
All essays by Jennifer Rutherford
The Hamlet Doctrine
by Simon Critchley and Jamieson Webster
Published August, 2013
The Inside Outsiders: The Hamlet Doctrine
Most of The Hamlet Doctrine is taken up with exegeses of key philosophical and psychoanalytic interpretations of Hamlet. For readers familiar with continental philosophy and critical theory, there is much to engage with here.
Apr. 2014 • Literary criticism • Non-fiction