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Fall issue 2019

Eighteenth-Century Fiction Fall 2019, 32.1, is now available to read online at Project MUSE: https://muse.jhu.edu/issue/40998 Special issue “Ecological Footprints: Crusoe’s Island and Other Alien Environments,” Special Issue Editor: Robert Markley, University of Illinois. ECF publishes articles in both English and French on all aspects of imaginative prose in the period 1700–1800. PUBLISHED BY University of Toronto…

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New book reviews: read online

Read the next issue’s book reviews for free on the journal website / Lire les critiques littéraires du prochain numéro gratuitement sur le site internet de la revue. Eighteenth-Century Fiction publishes reviews of relevant, recent scholarly books in each regular issue of the journal. Vol. 32, no. 1, Fall 2019 https://ecf.humanities.mcmaster.ca/bookreviews/ Publishers, please email ecf@mcmaster.ca about…

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Virtual Issues of ECF

The ECF editors offer a new feature: Virtual issues of ECF articles on timely topics that are curated by international scholars. Read the newest virtual issue: WOMEN’S SEXUALITY, curated and with an introduction by Caroline Gonda, University of Cambridge: http://ecf.humanities.mcmaster.ca/womenssexuality/ Other virtual issues: Utopia, curated by and with an introduction by Jason H. Pearl, Florida International…

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Material Fictions

ECF special issue published. The two-part special issue features 15 articles by international scholars: “Material Fictions.” Editors: Eugenia Zuroski, McMaster Univ., and Michael Yonan, Univ. of Missouri. Read this special issue, part 1 (31.1), on ECF on Project MUSE. Part 2 is now out! Read Part 2 of Material Fictions on Project MUSE.  Or subscribe and read this…

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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, King’s College London | 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 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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ECF wins CELJ Voyager Award

The Council of Editors of Learned Journals http://www.celj.org  (CELJ) has awarded Eighteenth-Century Fiction the CELJ 2017 Voyager Award for excellence in any journal covering the period 1500–1800! ecf.humanities.mcmaster.ca ECF Editor Eugenia Zuroski, McMaster University: “The CELJ judges were especially impressed by special issue Mediating Richardson, guest editors Sören Hammerschmidt and Louise Curran. Read “Mediating Richardson” on Project…

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Submission time line

The ECF Editors ask authors to allow four months from the date of submission to get through the peer review process. The ECF Editors do not send every manuscript to external peer reviewers; for some submissions, the editors provide in-house peer review. For 2017, the average response time has been about two months from the…

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ECF compiled a list of excellent places to locate public domain eighteenth-century images, with no restrictions on use and no fees. These museums and libraries add new high-resolution images all the time. See the image for the list.