Call For Papers - The William Wordsworth Page
The editors of the annual interdisciplinary journal, *Nineteenth Century
Studies,* solicit submissions of cross-disciplinary essays, as well as
comparative studies-that is, studies that cross national boundaries and/or
range across the nineteenth century. Entering its sixteenth year of
publication, *Nineteenth Century Studies* publishes articles of interest to
scholars of the nineteenth century in America, Britain and the British
Empire, and Europe. Topics include, but are not limited to, literature,
art history, history, music, and the history of science and the social
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English Literary Studies seeks quality submissions for its annual
monograph series. ELS publishes peer-reviewed monographs (usual length
45,000-60,000 words) on the literatures written in English. The Series is
open to a wide range of methodologies, and it considers for publication a
variety of scholarly works: bibliographies, scholarly editions, and
historical and critical studies of significant authors, texts, and issues.
For further information write the Editor, English Literary Studies,
Department of English, University of Victoria, P.O. Box 3070, Victoria,
Received on Mon Nov 18 1996 - 21:30:33 EST
The first issue of *Romanticism On the Net* - an electronic journal
entirely devoted to Romantic Studies - is now available. *Romanticism On
the Net* is an international quarterly academic journal.
Table of Contents of *Romanticism On the Net* Issue 1 (February 1996):
- Kris Steyaert (University College London): 'Poetry as Enforcement:
Conquering the Muse in Keats's "Ode to Psyche"'
- David S. Miall (University of Alberta): 'Electronic Romanticism: The CD'
- Joel Pace (Blackfriars, Oxford): 'Emotion and Cognition in *The Prelude*'
- Bruce Graver (Providence College): 'Duncan Wu's *Wordsworth's Reading:
1770-1799*: A Supplementary List with Corrections'
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