The new issue of our open access journal, Postgraduate English, is out now. Postgraduate English is one of longest-running online journals for early-career literature scholars, and accepts submissions from postgraduate and postdoctoral researchers around the world. This issue was edited by Arya Aryan, Daniel Norman, and Douglass Virdee.
Contents in this issue:
- ‘Man is the Measure’: The Individual and the Tribe in Modernist Representations of the Primitive, by Victoria Addis (The University of St Andrews)
- Voli Me Tangere: Touch and Tenderness in the Lady Chatterley Novels, by Annabel Banks (Falmouth University)
- Bridging Music and Language in Samuel Beckett’s Ghost Trio and Nacht und Träume, by Lucy Jeffrey (Swansea University)
- Imagined Surfaces: the ‘Undetermined Capacity’ in Henry James, by Yui Kajita (University of Cambridge)
- Engaging with David Foster Wallace’s Hideous Men, by Alexander Matthew (University of Liverpool)
- Saintly Bodies, Cult, and Ecclesiastical Identity in Anglo-Saxon Northumbria, by Curtis Runstedler (Durham University)
We’ll be featuring more about each of these papers on READ over the coming weeks.
A new Call for Papers will be issued later in 2016. Postgraduate English is blind peer reviewed by an established board of academics, and even if your submission is not accepted this can offer valuable feedback on your work. Follow us or register with the journal to receive first word of the new Call.