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Routledge to publish new literary studies journals from 2013

Posted on 15 November 2012 by Alice

Routledge will be publishing two new literary studies journals in 2013 – ‘Green Letters: Studies in Ecocriticism’ and ‘The Seventeenth Century’.

Green Letters: Studies in Ecocriticism is edited by John Parham, Worcester University, UK and Greg Garrard, Bath Spa University, UK; and explores the relationships between literary, artistic and popular culture and the various conceptions of the environment articulated by scientific ecology, philosophy, sociology and literary and cultural theory.

‘The Seventeenth Century’ is edited by Richard Maber, Durham University, UK (that’s quite

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a claim to fame!) and has been established as the leading forum for interdisciplinary approaches to the period, complementing these with stimulating specialist studies on a wide range of subjects.

About Routledge Journals
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