CFP: 19th-Century Contexts (no deadline; journal)

full name / name of organization: 
Gerard Greenway
contact email: 
greenway@angelaki.demon.co.uk

OPEN CALL FOR PAPERS

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    NINETEENTH CENTURY CONTEXTS
    An Interdisciplinary Journal

        

EDITORS
Keith Hanley
Department of English, University of Lancaster
Lancaster LA1 4YT
United Kingdom
Email: k.hanley_at_lancaster.ac.uk

Greg Kucich
Department of English, University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, Indiana 46556-0368
USA
Email: kucich.1_at_nd.edu

http://www.gbhap.com/Nineteenth_Century_Contexts/

REVIEW EDITOR
Johanna M. Smith, University of Texas at Arlington, USA

MANAGING EDITORS
Lyn Hitch, UK
Christine Doran, USA

ASSOCIATE EDITORS
Nancy Armstrong, USA. Jacqueline Bratton, London. Susan Casteras, USA.
John Clayton, UK. Chuck Dyke, USA. Richard Lowry, USA. Jeffery Richards,
UK. Sally Shuttleworth, UK. Gretchen van Slyke, USA

AIMS AND SCOPE
_Nineteenth-Century Contexts_ is committed to inter-disciplinary
recuperations of "new" nineteenth centuries and their relation to
contemporary geopolitical developments. The journal challenges
traditional modes of categorizing the nineteenth century by forging
innovative contextualizations across a wide spectrum of nineteenth-
century experience and the critical disciplines that examine it.
Articles not only integrate theories and methods of various fields of
inquiry -- art, history, musicology, anthropology, literary criticism,
religious studies, social history, economics, popular culture studies,
the history of science, among others -- but also test and open up the
limits of disciplinary boundaries. Scope of interest is not confined to
any single regional or cultural area, and the relevance of the
nineteenth centuries we read about to contemporary political flash-
points around the world remains a top priority. Interdisciplinary,
international and innovative, _Nineteenth-Century Contexts_ is leading
the debate about where the next nineteenth centuries occur.

_Nineteenth-Century Contexts_ is published in conjunction with
Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies (INCS).

A SELECTION OF RECENT PAPERS
* The Easter-Women Question: Martineau and Nightingale Visit the Harem
by Jill Matus (21.1/1999)
* Wordsworthian Dystopia: The Spatial Play of Salisbury Plain by Mike
Wiley (21.1, 1999)
* An Empire's Great Expectations: Museums in Imperialist Boy Fiction by
Barbara J. Black (21.2,1999)
* Metaphors of Power and the Power of Metaphor: Zola, Manet and the Art
of Portraiture by Alexandra K. Wettlaufer (21.3,1999)
* Dante Gabriel Rossetti and the Mirror of Masculine Desire by J.B.
Bullen (21.3,1999)
* Nobody's Secret Illegitimate Inheritance and the Uncertainties of
Memory by Jenny Bourne Taylor (21.4, 2000)
* Architecture as Mnemonic: The Accumulation of Memories Around Morris's
Red House by Peter Blundell Jones (21.4, 2000)
* Specters of the Novel: Dracula and the Cinematic Afterlife of the
Victorian Novel by Ronald R. Thomas (22.1,2000)
* With What Must Philosophy of World History Begin? On the Racial Basis
of Hegel's Eurocentricism by Robert Bernasconi (22.2, 2000)
* Liberalism's Limits: Carlyle and Mill on "The Negro Question" by David
Theo Goldberg (22.2, 2000)

RECENT SPECIAL ISSUES
* Sexing French Art (20.4. 1999)
* Culturing Chilhood (21.2,1999)

NOTES FOR CONTRIBUTORS
Please see the web site...
http://www.gbhap.com/Nineteenth_Century_Contexts/

FREE SAMPLE COPY
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4 issues per volume
ISSN: 0890-5495
Current Subscription: Volume 23 (2000)

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harwood academic publishers
part of the Gordon and Breach Publishing Group
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