OPEN CALL FOR PAPERS
(for a free sample copy please write
to the address at the end of this post)
NINETEENTH CENTURY CONTEXTS
An Interdisciplinary Journal
Department of English, University of Lancaster
Lancaster LA1 4YT
Department of English, University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, Indiana 46556-0368
Johanna M. Smith, University of Texas at Arlington, USA
The Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies (JEMCS) seeks article-length
contributions for its inaugural issues. Scheduled to begin publication in
2001, JEMCS welcomes scholarly work on the period from the late fifteenth
through the late nineteenth centuries, with a particular focus on
cross-disciplinary studies of literature and the broader social formation.
Feminist, queer/lesbian, postmodernist, postcolonial, and historicist
methodologies are encouraged. The author's name should appear only on a
detachable cover sheet and not within the body of the article.
Manuscripts will not be returned unless accompanied by a self-addressed
Call for papers: 19thC Visual Culture
Victorian Review, an interdisciplinary journal of 19thC studies, solicits
submissions for a planned special issue on 19thC Visual Culture. Papers on
all aspects of visual culture in the nineteenth-century are welcomed:
advertising, mapping, science and new technologies of looking, illustrated
books and newspapers, entertainment, displays, galleries and museums, etc.
Papers should be approximately 5000 words (including notes, MLA format).
Please submit two hardcopies or one hardcopy plus diskette (MS Word) to the
address below. No email attachments please. Enquiries can also be
The Victorian Review, a twice-yearly inter-disciplinary journal promoting
the study of all aspects of the nineteenth-century, welcomes article
submissions and suggestions for reviews. We also welcome proposals (and
submissions) for future "special issue" numbers of the journal. We are
particularly interested in innovate reviewing protocols (eg. open
discussions or forums on recent issues in scholarship; collective
assessments of seminal works in the field of Victorian studies), and would
welcome your ideas and suggestions.
The Editors of _George Eliot-G. H. Lewes Studies_ invite contributions on
any aspect of George Eliot, George Henry Lewes, or the relationship between
them and their circle. Also welcome are any notes, queries, or comments on
any matter relating to Eliot or Lewes.
Please direct all queries and submissions (two copies, MLA Style,
anonymous) to William Baker (wbaker_at_niu.edu), Editor, _George Eliot-G. H.
Lewes Studies_, Department of English, Northern Illinois University,
DeKalb, IL 60115.
For an award-winning online (soon to be professionally moderated) =
E-Journal, we are looking for papers, from 3-40 pages, discussing any =
aspect of the literature and/or lives of:
Louisa May Alcott, < http://lonestar.texas.net/~kwells/lma.htm >
Kate Chopin, < http://lonestar.texas.net/~kwells/chopin1.htm >
Harriet Beecher Stowe, < http://lonestar.texas.net/~kwells/stowe1.htm >
Willa Cather, < http://lonestar.texas.net/~kwells/cather1.htm >
Contributors are needed for the RSVP Bibliography, which is published
biennially in Victorian Periodicals Review (VPR). Contributors monitor
assigned journals for articles dealing with periodicals published between
1800-1914 and submit annotated index entries for inclusion in the next
Bibliography. Contributors are acknowledged in VPR.
We currently have a large number of unassigned journals, and we thus need
many new contributors, especially ones with access to Canadian and Scottish
Announcing an updated call for papers to the Award Winning Website
"Domestic Goddesses: AKA Scribbling Women." The URL for the site is
http://lonestar.texas.net/~kwells/dg1.htm check it out before you submit.
(Or even if you don't submit-- constructive comments welcome!)
I am looking for papers, from 3-40 pages, discussing any aspect of the
literature and/or lives of:
Louisa May Alcott, Kate Chopin, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Willa Cather,
Sarah Orne Jewett, Edith Wharton, Charlotte Perkins Gilman and, soon to be
added: Susan Warner.
Particularly useful are guides to research (see the Gilman guide for
With the Internet growing to include more than just chat and xxx sites,
there's plenty of room for even academia! There seems to be a growth of
literature and literary criticism websites that cater to academics,
undergraduates, and interested readers alike, so let's jump on the
bandwagon! I am interested in papers from grad students as well as
A PhD student, (me) who will be at Texas A & M soon, is creating a
webpage called "Domestic Goddesses: AKA Scribbling Women." The URL for
the site is http://lonestar.texas.net/~kwells/dg1.htm check it out
before you submit.