Special Issue Collection Women’s Writing

Women’s Writing

Below is a list of special issues from Women's Writing.

Women’s Writing is a fully refereed international journal focusing on women’s writing in English from the Middle Ages to the end of the long nineteenth century. The journal reflects the diversity of scholarship in this important area of study and the editors welcome all critical perspectives; contributions may be close reading of complex texts or historical or theoretical investigations of gender, culture, race and class. The aim of the journal is to bring readers the latest research and open up a forum for dialogue, discussion and debate.

For more information about the journal, and for submission instructions, simply visit the journal homepage.

Volume 17

Charlotte Yonge

Issue 2, 2010
Guest Editor:
Tamara S. Wagner

Women out Loud

Issue 1, 2010
Guest Editors:
Louise Duckling, Angela Escott, Daniel J. R. Grey, Victoria Joule, Sarah Oliver and Carolyn D. Williams