New Journal: Victorian Culture

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Lawrence Warner

>
> Preliminary Announcement and Call for Papers
>
> Journal of Victorian Culture
>
> The launch is announced of a new British-based but internationally-
> oriented Victorian Studies journal to be published twice yearly from
> January 1996 onwards, providing a focus for scholarly interchange and
> debate on all aspects of the Victorian period.
>
> The -Journal of Victorian Culture- will be overtly interdisciplinary,
> but will also be determinedly inclusive and outward-looking.
> Articles, shorter "debates", and individual "position papers" are
> encouraged from scholars working on any aspect of the nineteenth and
> early twentieth centuries who feel that their work has a contribution
> to make to our understanding of the nature of society, in all its
> forms, over this period.
>
> Contributions, while perhaps written within the confines of one of the
> sub-disciplines of Victorian Studies, are expected to be situated in
> a broader literature, and to confront issues and raise questions
> across disciplinary boundaries. At the same time the Journal intends
> to speak not merely to those who would define their work within the
> general context of Victorian Studies, but also to scholars who would
> primarily define their work within any of its various sub-fields.
>
> Contributors or potential subscribers are invited to address
> correspondence to the editorial team at the addresses below:
>
> Editor
> Martin Hewitt
> Department of History
> Trinity and All Saints
> University of Leeds
> Brownberrie Lane
> Horsforth
> Leeds, LS18 5HD
> United Kingdom
> E-mail: M.Hewitt_at_tasc.novell.leeds.ac.uk
>
> Associate Editor
> Lyn Pyket
> School of English
> Hugh Owen Building
> University of Wales
> Aberystwyth
> Dyfed, SY23 3DY
> Wales
>
> Reviews Editor
> David Amigoni
> School of Arts, Design and Communications
> University of Sunderland
> Forster Building
> Chester Road
> Sunderland, SR1 3SD
> United Kingdom
> Editorial Board
> Joanne Shattock (Leicester), Laurel Brake (Birkbeck), Peter Mandler
> (London Guildhall), John Bowen (Keele), Roger Swift (Chester
> College), Jane Garnett (Wadham, Oxford), Shearer West (Leicester).
>
> Editorial Consultants
> Asa Briggs, F.M.L. Thompson (IHR London), Marion Shaw (Loughborough),
> Clive Emsley (Open University), D.K. Fieldhouse (Jesus, Cambridge),
> Sally Shuttleworth (Sheffield), David Vincent (Keele), John Lucas
> (Loughborough), Peter Stansky (Stanford), Cyril Ehrlich (London),
> Dorothy Thompson (Birmingham), Colin Matthew (St John's, Oxford),
> Adrian Desmond (University College, London), Alan Sinfield (Sussex),
> Colin Holmes (Sheffield), Sheridan Gilley (Durham), Hugh McLeod
> (Birmingham), Viv Gardener (Manchester), Lynda Nead (Birkbeck,
> London), Simon Eliot (Open University).
>
> The Journal of Victorian Culture will be published by Edinburgh
> University Press, in association with Trinity and All Saints College,
> Leeds.
>
> Posted by M.Hewitt_at_tasc.novell.leeds.ac.uk
>
>
Received on Wed Jun 28 1995 - 12:29:37 EDT

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