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Hot Off the Presses – New Journal Issues Published in November

  Anthropology of the Middle East Volume 10, Issue 1 In this issue, we present contributions that deal with museums, museology and their approaches to the new social situations through which they must navigate.   Transfers Volume 5, Issue 3 This issue features a special section on settler-colonial mobilities   Social Analysis Volume 59, Issue […]

Solving the Mystery of Nancy Drew

The following is a guest blog post written by Michael G. Cornelius, author of the article Sexuality, Interruption, and Nancy Drew, which appeared in Volume 8, Number 2 of the journal Girlhood Studies.     It’s admittedly an odd thing, to be a Nancy Drew scholar.   Strictly speaking, “Nancy Drew Scholar” is not the […]

Hot Off the Presses – New Journal Issues Published in April

Journal of Romance Studies Volume 15, Issue 1 This issue includes articles on a range of topics.

Hot Off the Presses – New Journal Issues Published in March

  French Politics, Culture & Society Volume 33, Issue 1 The contributions in this special issue represent a new wave of scholarship that brings the insights of recent post-Revolutionary historiography to the process of colonial transition.   Critical Survey Volume 26, Issue 2 This features articles which explore topics related to the many works of […]

Free Virtual Issue on Shakespeare

The Shakespeare Association‘s 43rd Annual Meeting takes place in Vancouver, British Columbia during the first week of April. The Shakespeare Association of America (SAA) is a non-profit professional organization for the advanced academic study of William Shakespeare’s plays and poems, his cultural and theatrical contexts, and the many roles he has played in world culture. […]

Landscape as Literary Criticism in Jane Austen’s Fiction

The following is the third in a series of posts on Jane Austen. This is a guest post written by Anne Toner, contributor to a special issue of Critical Survey which is devoted to the subject of Jane Austen. Anne Toner is the author of the article titled “Landscape as Literary Criticism: Jane Austen, Anna Barbauld and the Narratological Application of the Picturesque.”    […]

Using Mental Maps to Locate Austen

The following is the second in a series of posts on Jane Austen. This is a guest post written by James Brown, contributor to a special issue of Critical Survey which is devoted to the subject of Jane Austen. James Brown is the author of the article titled “Jane Austen’s Mental Maps.”   The idea of mental maps was planted in my mind when I […]