Victor Turner and the Construction of Cultural Criticism: Between Literature and Anthropology
During the past twenty years of intellectual boundary-crossing and widespread borrowing between fields, Turner's notions of "liminality" and the "processual" have been adopted by many theorists of art and society. This is the first volume to place individual Turner concepts into the context of his entire career and to spell out their implications for literary studies.
Indiana University Press
English Language and Literature
Ashley, Kathleen. Victor Turner and the Construction of Cultural Criticism: Between literature and Anthropology, (Indiana University Press, 1990).