The new issue of our open access journal, Postgraduate English, is out now, with four articles showcasing the best of postgraduate literature research from scholars around the world. This issue was edited by Megumi Chou and Yimon Lo.
Articles in this issue:
- Making Sense of the Colonial Encounter in Conrad’s Shorter Indian Ocean Fiction: Narrative Technique, Meaning and Epistemology in ‘Karain: A Memory’, ‘A Smile of Fortune’ and The Shadow-Line, by Stephen Edwards (Southampton University)
- ‘the brain in control…under control…’: Toward a cognitive approach to the spectatorship of Not I, by Ryan O’Connor (University of Edinburgh)
- The Poetry of ‘Italicization’: Acts of Perception in Louis MacNeice’s ‘Snow’ and ‘Train to Dublin’, by Nao Igarashi (Durham University)
- Rhizomatic Maps and Arboreal Tracings: The Atrocity Exhibition, Tripticks and the Mass Media, by Robert Shepherd (Vrij Universiteit Amsterdam)
We’ll be featuring more about each of these papers on READ over the coming weeks.
A new Call for Papers will be issued soon. Postgraduate English, one of the world’s longest running online journals for postgraduate research, is peer reviewed by an established board of academics. Follow READ or register with the journal to receive first word of the new Call for Papers.