Journal of Romanticism (JoR)
Editor: Richard Berkeley (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Richard Alan Nanian
The Journal of Romanticism is a peer-reviewed, paper-based journal that approaches the study of Romanticism in a broad and interdisciplinary way. It looks to develop the field of study by eschewing the traditional divisions that have limited scholarship in the field. It seeks to incorporate analysis of the whole range of artistic, cultural, and intellectual manifestations of Romanticism. Likewise, it seeks to transcend narrow historical conceptions that have bound the very idea of Romanticism to rigid localities, artificially narrow date-ranges, and in some cases to a handful of particular personalities. Thus art history, literature, musicology, philosophy, politics, scientific history and many other approaches to human culture will be invited to interact in a way that often receives lip service, but is seldom directly pursued. Accordingly, a thoughtful and fresh take on methodology will be a feature of the Journal’s direction.
Those who contribute an article or book review are entitled to a complimentary subscription for the calendar year. This also extends to those whose books we review.
Subscription to the Journal of Romanticism entitles the subscriber to two issues of the journal for the calendar year and membership of the Romanticism Association (RA).