Neo-Victorian Studies Journal: Submissions Summer/Autumn General Issue 2011
Neo-Victorian Studies is currently still accepting submissions for the summer/autumn 2011 general issue.
Neo-Victorian Studies, an on-line, peer-reviewed journal, is dedicated to the exploration of the fascination with re-imagining the nineteenth century in the present. Inter-disciplinary and international in scope, the journal seeks to analyze our complicated investments in and creative engagements with the period.
Current and past issues can be found here: http://www.neovictorianstudies.com/
We invite creative and scholarly submissions from established and early career researchers and creative artists on any topic related to the exploration of the nineteenth century from a twentieth/twenty-first century perspective. Contributions on the period's cultural legacies in non-British contexts, e.g. Asian, African, North and South American frameworks, are equally welcome.
Possible topics include (but are not limited to):
- theorising the neo-Victorian novel
- intertextual / intervisual negotiations with the past
- cultural traumas and practices of commemoration
- refracting or 'queering' narratives of nation and empire
- tracing patterns of environmental impact and destruction
- the legacies of nineteenth century sexual politics
- the heritage of Victorian law and social policy
- rewriting histories of science and medicine
- the biographical imagination/bio-fiction
- re-conceptualising children and childhood
- the fascinations of criminality
- spectrality, spiritualism, and the occult
- the space of cultural memory / the sense of place
Please direct enquiries and send electronic submissions via email with Word Document attachment to the General & Founding Editor, Marie-Luise Kohlke, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please consult our submission guidelines, prior to submission.