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    New ECF special issue: “Georgian Theatre in an Information Age: Media, Performance, Sociability.”

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Eighteenth-Century Fiction

 

A McMaster University journal

Eighteenth-Century Fiction (ECF) publishes academic research articles on literature and culture of the period 1660-1830.

  • This award-winning international quarterly reaches thousands of scholars every month on Project MUSE: they could be reading your work too. See the ECF outreach by the numbers: ECF readership data.
  • ECF relies on an esteemed, international group of 18th-century scholars as the ECF editorial board: Editor Eugenia Zuroski, McMaster University
    Associate Editors: Peter Walmsley, McMaster University | James Fowler, University of Kent | Joël Castonguay-Bélanger, UBC | Catriona Seth, University of Oxford
    Book Review Editors: April London, Ottawa University | Julie Murray, Carleton University | Isabelle Tremblay, Collège militaire royal du Canada
    ECF Editorial Board (as of August 2018):
    Nicole Aljoe, Northeastern University
    Katherine Binhammer, University of Alberta
    Alison Conway, UBC Okanagan
    Evan Gottlieb, Oregon State University
    Corrinne Harol, University of Alberta
    Jeffrey Hopes, Université d’Orléans
    Jayne Lewis, University of California, Irvine
    David McCallam, University of Sheffield
    Mark McDayter, Western University
    Daniel O’Quinn, University of Guelph
    Cynthia Richards, Wittenberg University
    Laura J. Rosenthal, University of Maryland
    Jennifer Tsien, University of Virginia
    Michael Yonan, University of Missouri

Submit your essay

Send manuscripts of 6,000 to 8,000 words for consideration:
Submissions LINK for ECF manuscripts
Contacts: ECF Editor Eugenia Zuroski, Managing Editor Jacqueline Langille, ecf@mcmaster.ca, 1-905-525-9140, x.27123.

Vous pouvez lire ce texte en français: http://ecf.humanities.mcmaster.ca/accueil/

The ECF Syllabus Treasury:  http://ecf.humanities.mcmaster.ca/syllabus/


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    The ECF special issue “Material Fictions” is coming out soon: read ECF 31.1 at the end of October 2018 via Project MUSE, and then 31.2 in late January 2019, also online  at Project MUSE. And at the University of Toronto Press journals website. This two-part special issue is co-edited by Dr. Eugenia Zuroski, McMaster University, and Dr. Michael...

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    The ECF editors offer a new feature: Virtual issues of ECF articles on timely topics that are curated by international scholars. Read the first virtual issue UTOPIA, curated by and with an introduction by Jason H. Pearl, Florida International University:   ecf.humanities.mcmaster.ca/utopia/ AMERICA, April 2018, curator Paul Downes, University of Toronto Romancières des Lumières, July 2018, dir. Isabelle...

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    ECF editorial board members

    Eighteenth-Century Fiction relies on an esteemed, international group of 18th-century scholars as the ECF editorial board: Editor Eugenia Zuroski, McMaster University Associate Editors: Peter Walmsley, McMaster University | James Fowler, University of Kent | Joël Castonguay-Bélanger, UBC | Catriona Seth, University of Oxford Book Review Editors: April London, Ottawa University | Julie Murray, Carleton University |...

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  • ASECS and V21 roundtable

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    ASECS and V21 For the 2018 ASECS conference program, Katarzyna Bartoszynska and Eugenia Zuroski circulated a call for contributions to a roundtable responding to the V21 Collective’s intervention in nineteenth-century studies and the possibilities it presented for reflecting on current problems and critical approaches in eighteenth-century studies. The roundtable featured brief talks by five scholars —...

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