>From: "A A Mandal" <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: CFP: Romantic Textualities: Literature and Print Culture,
>1780-1840 (ongoing; journal)
>[Apologies for cross-posting]
>ROMANTIC TEXTUALITIES: LITERATURE AND PRINT CULTURE, 1780-1840 [ISSN
>formerly CARDIFF CORVEY: READING THE ROMANTIC TEXT
>Call for Papers
>As of Issue 15, Cardiff Corvey: Reading the Romantic Text carries
>the new title
>Romantic Textualities: Literature and Print Culture, 1780-1840, in order to
>reflect its widening remit and international presence. Romantic
>Texualities is a
>fully peer-reviewed academic journal, which appears on a biannual
>basis in the
>Summer and Winter of each year. This periodical is only as substantial as the
>material it contains: therefore, we more than welcome any contributions that
>members of the academic community might wish to make.
>Romantic Textualities carries 3 types of submitted publications:
>Articles we would be most interested in publishing include those addressing
>Romantic literary studies with an especial slant on book history, textual and
>bibliographical studies, the literary marketplace and the publishing
>so forth. Submissions for articles (5-8,000 words) should be sent to
>([log in to unmask]).
>We also supply reports on ongoing research, in the form of author studies,
>snapshots of research, bibliographical checklists, and so on. This material is
>not peer-reviewed, but provides a useful platform for scholars to disseminate
>information about their collaborative or individual research projects.
>Submissions for reports should be sent to the Editor ([log in to unmask]).
>As of Issue 15, the journal carries reviews of recent publications relating to
>Romantic literary studies. In the first instance, publishers of suitable texts
>or potential contributors should contact the Reviews Editor
>([log in to unmask]).
>Any essays supplied for prospective publication will be seriously considered,
>undergoing a process of assessment by members of the Cardiff Corvey Advisory
>Board: Peter Garside (Chair, Edinburgh); Jane Aaron (Glamorgan), Stephen
>Behrendt (Nebraska), Emma Clery (Sheffield Hallam), Benjamin Colbert
>(Wolverhampton), Ed Copeland (Pomona College), Caroline Franklin (Swansea),
>Isobel Grundy (Alberta), David Hewitt (Aberdeen), Gillian Hughes (Stirling),
>Claire Lamont (Newcastle), Robert Miles (Stirling), Rainer Schoewerling
>(Paderborn), Christopher Skelton-Foord (Durham), Kathryn Sutherland (Oxford).
>You can see the latest issue of Romantic Textualities (no. 15, Winter 2005)
>online by visiting www.cf.ac.uk/encap/romtext.
>Anthony Mandal (Editor)
>Dr A A Mandal ( [log in to unmask] )
>Centre for Editorial & Intertextual Research, Cardiff School of English,
>Communication and Philosophy, Cardiff University, Humanities Building, Colum
>Drive, Cardiff CF10 3EU
>Editor, 'Romantic Textualities: Literature and Print Culture, 1780-1840'
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