Volumes & Issues
Textual Practice
Textual Practice
Journal Title: Textual Practice
ISSN: 0950-236X
ISSN Online: 1470-1308
Publication Frequency: 7 issues per year
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Aim & Scope: Since its launch in 1987, Textual Practice has been Britain’s principal international journal of radical literary studies, continually pressing theory into new engagements. Today, as customary relations among disciplines and media are questioned and transformed, Textual Practice works at the turning points of theory with politics, history and texts. It is intrigued by the processes through which hitherto marginal cultures of ethnicity and sexuality are becoming conceptually central, and by the consequences of these diverse disturbances for educational and cultural institutions. Click herefor a list of Special Issues.
Peer Review Policy:
All peer review is double blind and submissions are typically reviewed by two referees. Submission is online via ScholarOne Manuscripts.


Subjects Covered & Scope: Interdisciplinary Literary Studies; Language & Literature; Literary/Critical Theory; Literature; Supplementary material
Editor Board:
Editor:
Peter Boxall  - University of Sussex, UK

US Associate Editor:
Peter Nicholls - New York University, USA

Australian Associate Editor:
Bill Ashcroft - University of New South Wales, Australia
 
Reviews and Special Issues Editor:
Michael Jonik - University of Sussex, UK

Close Advisory Board:
Derek Attridge - University of York, UK
Rebecca Beasley - Queen's College, University of Oxford, UK
Rachel Bowlby - University College London, UK
Andrzej Gasiorek - Birmingham University, UK
Andrew Hadfield - University of Sussex, UK
Laura Marcus - University of Edinburgh, UK
William McEvoy - University of Sussex, UK
Peter Middleton - University of Southampton, UK
Simon Morgan Wortham - Kingston University, UK
Marjorie Perloff - Stanford University, USA

Editorial Board:
Isobel Armstrong - Birkbeck College, London, UK
Peter Brooker - University of Nottingham, UK
Joseph Bristow - University of California at Los Angeles, USA
Terry Castle - Stanford University, USA
Teresa de Lauretis - University of California at Santa Cruz, USA
Jonathan Dollimore - University of York, UK
John Drakakis - University of Stirling, UK
Terry Eagleton - University of Manchester, UK
John Frow - University of Sydney, Australia
Michael Gardiner - University of Warwick, UK
Helena Grice - University of Wales Aberystwyth, UK
Terry Hawkes - University of Wales Cardiff, UK
Mary Jacobus - Churchill College, Cambridge, UK
Cora Kaplan - University of Southampton, UK
Declan Kiberd - University College, Dublin, Ireland
Ania Loomba - University of Pennsylvania, USA
Anne McClintock - University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Willy Maley - University of Glasgow, UK
Doug Mao - Cornell University, USA
Drew Milne - Trinity Hall, Cambridge, UK
Richard Ohmann - Wesleyan University, USA
Rachel Potter - Queen Mary, University of London, UK
Jean-Michel Rabaté - University of Pennsylvania, USA
David Rogers - University of Kingston, UK
Simon Shepherd - Central School of Speech and Drama, London, UK
Alan Sinfield - University of Sussex, UK
Patricia Waugh - University of Durham, UK

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