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Literature & History

Literature & History


eISSN: 20504594 | ISSN: 03061973 | Current volume: 33 | Current issue: 1 Frequency: Bi-annually
 Literature & History is a biannual international refereed journal concerned to investigate the relations between writing, history and ideology.

Published since 1975 and unique in its essentially plural identity, it provides an open forum for practitioners coming from the distinctive vantage points of either discipline (or from other adjacent subject areas) to explore issues of common concern: period, content, gender, class, nationality, changing sensibilities, discourse and language.

Special issues devoted to a particular period or theme (produced under guest editorship) are published from time to time. Please click here to see the special issue proposal guidelines. Literature & History is a well known, theoretically self-conscious, and much referred to landmark in interdisciplinary studies and has consistently attracted contributions of high calibre.

Published since 1975 and unique in its essentially plural identity, Literature & History provides an open forum for practitioners coming from the distinctive vantage points of either discipline (or from other adjacent subject areas) to explore issues of common concern: period, content, gender, class, nationality, changing sensibilities, discourse and language. Special issues devoted to a particular period or theme (produced under guest editorship) are published from time to time. Literature & History is a well known, theoretically self-conscious, and much referred to landmark in interdisciplinary studies and has consistently attracted contributions of high calibre.

Editors
Emrys D. Jones King's College London, UK
Vike Martina Plock University of Exeter, UK
Helen Smith University of York, UK
Andrew Thacker Nottingham Trent University, UK
Managing Editor
James Morland University of Sussex, UK
Book Review Editors
Jennifer Pearce Nottingham Trent University, UK
Senior Editorial Consultants
Jeremy Gregory University of Nottingham, UK
Phillip Martin Sheffield Hallam University, UK
R C Richardson University of Winchester, UK
Editorial Advisory Board
John Barrell Centre for Eighteenth Century, UK
Elisabeth Bronfen Universitaet Zuerich, Switzerland
Prof Laurence Buell Harvard University, USA
Andrew Hadfield University of Sussex, UK
Chris Hilliard University of Sydney, Australia
Prof Colin Jones Queen Mary University of London, UK
Prof Josephine Mcdonagh Kings College London, UK
Clifford H Siskin New York University, USA
Greg Walker University of Edinburgh, UK
  • America: History & Life
  • Arts & Humanities Citation Index
  • Dietrich's Index Philosophicus
  • ERIH PLUS
  • IBR & IBZ: International Bibliographies of Periodical Literature (KG Saur)
  • International Bibliography of Theatre & Dance
  • MLA International Bibliography
  • Poetry & Short Story Reference Center
  • SCOPUS
  • Manuscript submission guidelines can be accessed on Sage Journals.

     

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