In Articles on March 4, 2015 at 6:31 pm
The Keats-Shelley Journal has announced the release of volume 63 (2014), which contains:
- “Peacock’s Lost Epilogue to Skeffington’s *Lose No Time*” by Nicholas A. Joukovsky
- “A Note from Godwin to Ollier in the Year of Reform” by Rebecca Nesvet
- “Rediscovered Shelley and Keats Manuscripts in Krakow” by Stephanie Dumke
- “William Hilton’s Lost Drawing of Keats” by Scott McEathron
- “The Poetry of Wandering: ‘Mont Blanc’ in *History of a Six Weeks’ Tour*” by Michael Erkelenz
- “Shelley, Urbanization, and Artificial Forms of Society” by Stephen Tedeschi
- “Passive and Dynamic Sincerity in Mary Shelley’s *Falkner*” by Jonas Cope
- Celebrations of Jerrold E. Hogle and Steven E. Jones, our 2014 Distinguished-Scholar awardees; reviews of ten recent scholarly books; and our Annual Bibliography of scholarship, focusing on second-generation Romantic-period writers.
The issue is available to subscribers. For subscription and renewal information, or for more information on the Keats-Shelley Association of America, visit http://k-saa.org/.
In Articles on February 12, 2015 at 11:29 am
The Hoarding has discovered that the March 2015 issue of Victoriographies is currently available in pre-release. The journal has recently announced that they will be increasing their production from two to three issues per year.
Issue 5.1 (March 2015) contains the following articles and reviews:
In Articles on February 12, 2015 at 11:10 am
The latest issue of the Journal of Victorian Culture is now fully available online. (The journal releases individual articles on a rolling basis.) For more from JVC, be sure to check out their blog and Twitter feed.
Issue 20.1 (2015)
- Allison Scardino Belzer, “Three Generations of Unconventional Family Values: A Case Study of the Ashursts” [View] [Download]
- Sarah Flew, “Unveiling the Anonymous Philanthropist: Charity in the Nineteenth Century” [View full text] [Download full text]
- Deborah Wynne, “Reading Victorian Rags: Recycling, Redemption, and Dickens’s Ragged Children” [View full text] [Download full text]
- Graham A. MacDonald, ‘Discipline and Interference’: Ruskin’s Political Economy, Natural Law, and the Moral Disorder of Victorian England” [View full text] [Download full text]
- Martin Danahay, “Arts and Crafts as a Transatlantic Movement: C. R. Ashbee in the United States, 1896–1915” [View full text] [Download full text]
- Jasper Schelstraete and Jennifer Scott, “Economic Imperialism and Financial Citizenship: Reconsidering British Subjectivity in Martin Chuzzlewit and Lawrie Todd” [View full text] [Download full text]
- Tamara S. Wagner, “Victorian Failed Emigration and the Superfluity Debates: Elizabeth Murray’s Ella Norman” [View full text] [Download full text]
- Michael Ledger-Lomas, “Whigs and their Hunters” (Review of: Macaulay and Son: Architects of Imperial Britain / Excellent Dr Stanley: The Life of Dean Stanley of Westminster / James Anthony Froude: An Intellectual Biography of a Victorian Prophet / In the Olden Time: Victorians and the British Past) [View full text] [Download full text]
- Alice Crossley, “From Robinsonades to the Tabooed Book: Readership and Age” (Review of: Books for Children, Books for Adults: Age and the Novel from Defoe to James) [View full text] [Download full text]
- Michael Davis, “Brains at the Fin de Siècle” (Review of Popular Fiction and Brain Science in the Late Nineteenth Century) [View full text] [Download full text]
- Peter Jones, “What Lurks Below? The Victorian Idea of the Underground” (Review of London’s Underground Spaces: Representing the Victorian City, 1840–1915) [View full text][Download full text]
- Emma Liggins, “From Melodrama to Madness: Reassessing the Victorian Murderer” (Review of Domestic Murder in Nineteenth-Century England: Literary and Cultural Representations) [View full text] [Download full text]
In Articles on February 3, 2015 at 5:01 pm
The new issue of European Romantic Review, 26.1 (2015), is out. It contains:
Susan Gustafson & Ute Berns, “Introduction: Expanding and Blurring Borders in German Romanticism”
Gail K. Hart, “Existential Muck: Romantic Borderlessness and Dissolving Dualisms in Schiller’s Die Räuber“
Eleanor E. ter Horst, “The Fortuitous Arch: Reconstructing Classical and Christian Interpretations of Sexuality in Kleist’s Das Erdbeben in Chili“
Jason M. Peck, “Vertigo Ergo Sum: Kant, his Jewish ‘Students’ and the Origins of Romanticism”
Jonathan Blake Fine, “The Birth of Aestheticized Religion out of the Counter-Enlightenment Attraction to Catholicism”
William Davis, “One with Everything: Hölderlin on Acrocorinth”
It also contains Book Reviews by William Christie, Andrew Rudd, Friederike von Schwerin-High, Gilberta Golinelli, Maria Schoina, Wil Verhoeven, Quentin Bailey, Elizabeth A. Fay, and Christine Kenyon-Jones.
In Articles on January 22, 2015 at 3:45 pm
Issue 48.3 (Winter 2014-15) of Blake: An Illustrated Quarterly is now available to subscribers. For subscription information, see the journal’s subscription page.
In addition, it was recently announced that the journal’s back issues from 2000-2009 are now freely available without subscription, via the William Blake Archive. This is wonderful news, and is part of an ongoing effort to make the journal’s entire back catalogue available, barring the most recent five years.
Issue 48.3 contains:
In Articles on January 14, 2015 at 3:08 am
The latest issue of English Literature in Transition, 58.2 (2015) has been published. The issue contains:
Laurence Dumortier, Oscar Wilde’s Multitudes: Against Limiting His Photographic Iconography
Andrew Glazzard, Conan Doyle’sThe Tragedy of the “Korosko”: The Clash of Civilizations and the Necessity of Empire
William A. Davis, Mary Jeune, Late-Victorian Essayist: Fallen Women, New Women, and Poor Children
Ying Ying, The Reception of George Gissing in China
Andrew A. Kuhn, The Postal Imagination of Lady Gregory, Thomas Clarke, and Rabindranath Tagore: Writing the Irish Post
Gerald Monsman, The Emergence of John Trevena: A Case Study of a Pseudonym
Book reviews by Maureen Moran, Christopher Metress, Ellen Crowell, William J. Scheick, Nicole Lobdell, Stanley Weintraub, M. D. Allen, Katie Sommer, and Andrea Zemgulys.
In Articles on January 6, 2015 at 9:41 am
The latest issue of the Byron Journal, 42.2 (2014) has been published. To become a member of the Byron Society of America, and receive a subscription to the journal as part of your membership, please visit the BSA website. The issue contains:
Jonathon Shears, Editorial (DOI: 10.3828/bj.2014.13)
Timothy Webb, Catullus and the Missing Papers: Leigh Hunt, Byron and John Murray (DOI: 10.3828/bj.2014.15)
Michael J. Plygawko, ‘The Controlless Core of Human Hearts’: Writing the Self in Byron’s Don Juan (DOI: 10.3828/bj.2014.16)
E. Gayle, Byron – and Frere – at the Octave (DOI: 10.3828/bj.2014.17)
Betsy Winakur Tontiplaphol, Energy Like Life: Byron and Ballet (DOI: 10.3828/bj.2014.18)
Anne Falloon, John Thomas Claridge: ‘my dearest friend’ (DOI: 10.3828/bj.2014.19)
Peter Cochran, Letter to the Editor (DOI: 10.3828/bj.2014.20)
Paul M. Curtis, Peter Francev, Kirsty J. Harris, et al., ‘Collecting Byron: A Conference in Celebration of the Byron Society Collection’ Drew University, Madison, New Jersey 11-13 April 2014 (DOI: 10.3828/bj.2014.21)
Book Reviews by Halina Adams, Bernard Beatty, Peter Francev, et al (DOI: 10.3828/bj.2014.22)
In Articles on June 26, 2013 at 12:04 am
The most recent issue of Studies in Romanticism (Winter 2012) is available, and contains the following articles and reviews.
- Daniel Brown, “William Rowan Hamilton and William Wordsworth: The Poetry of Science” (475-501)
- Heather M. Klemann, “Ethos in Jane Austen” (503-532)
- Sara Lodge, “Contested Bounds: John Clare, John Keats, and the Sonnet” (533-554)
- Timothy Ruppert, “Waterloo, Napoleon, and the Vision of Peace in Louisa Stuart Costello’s The Maid of the Cyprus Isle” (555-578)
- Andrew Burkett, “Mediating Monstrosity: Media, Information, and Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein” (579-605)
- Deidre Lynch, Review of David Simpson’s Wordsworth, Commodification and Social Concern: The Poetic of Modernity (607-611)
- Robin Jarvis, Review of Alexander Dick and Angela Esterhammer’s Spheres of Action: Speech and Performance in Romantic Culture (612-616)
- Patrick R. O’Malley, Review of Michael Tomko’s British Romanticism and the Catholic Question: Religion, History, and National Identity(617-620)
- Charles Mahoney, Review of Jonathan Sachs’s Romantic Antiquity: Rome in the British Imagination, 1789-1832 (620-634)
- Brian McGrath, Review of Eric Reid Lindstrom’s Romantic Fiat: Demystification and Enchantment in Lyric Poetry (624-627)
- Andrew Allport, Review of Alexander Regier’s Fracture and Fragmentation in British Romanticism(627-631)
In Articles on June 24, 2013 at 3:32 pm
The latest issue of the Byron Journal has been published.
To become a member of the Byron Society of America, and receive a subscription to the journal as part of your membership, please visit the BSA website.
Byron Journal 43:1 (2013)