Project MUSE - SEL Studies in English Literature

 

studies in english literature 1500-1900

SEL invites historical and critical essays of moderate length (ca. 7, words not to exceed 8, words including endnotes) that contribute significantly to the understanding of English literature, SEL: Studies in English Literature – is an academic journal founded in It publishes articles concerning four categories of British literature from —English Renaissance, Tudor and Stuart drama, Restoration and 18th Century, and 19th century. Each issue focuses on one of these four areas of concern along with an omnibus review of recent marolwins.cfher: Johns Hopkins University Press (United States). Studies in English Literature | SEL: Studies in English Literature focuses on four fields of British literature which rotate quarterly as follows: Winter--English Renaissance.


SEL Studies In English Literature | | Rice University


The editorial office, editors, and specialist reviewers will use the system for communication about submissions, reports, revisions, and decisions. The online process allows us to track submission and review processes more efficiently and to streamline workflow.

Please log on the Manuscript Central website. If you are a new user, you will first need to create an account to log onto the site. After logging on, use the Author Center to guide you through the steps to upload your manuscript and any additional files, studies in english literature 1500-1900. Additional help is available through the Manuscript Central customer support team at or An important note for submissions before October 3, that are in the revision or resubmission process.

Revisions of manuscripts that were originally submitted before October 3, should be sent via email to the editorial web address at selweb rice, studies in english literature 1500-1900. Please place part of the title of the revised article in the subject line of the email and attach a. Any cover letter studies in english literature 1500-1900 may be placed in the body of the email.

In situations where electronic submission is difficult or unavailable, the editors will accept submissions via regular mail. Please contact the SEL office at or selweb rice. SEL invites studies in english literature 1500-1900 and critical essays of moderate length ca. Typescripts should be double-spaced throughout, including inset quotations and endnotes, and should be prepared in conformity with The Chicago Manual of Style.

We prefer Times New Roman 12 pt. We will not consider articles being simultaneously submitted elsewhere, nor will we print essays to appear in a book published within a year of scheduled publication by SEL. We encourage authors to submit a short cover letter and an abstract of words or fewer with the article in the Manuscript Central system. The Author Center will prompt you to upload files for a cover letter, an abstract, or image files. Please see the special note above pertaining to essays that are in the revision or resubmission process before October 3, Receipt of manuscripts will be acknowledged by email.

Editorial decisions often take a minimum of four months. SEL only reviews books in a commissioned omnibus review that concludes each of our issues. We do not assign individual reviews. Skip to main content. Submission Guidelines SEL invites historical and critical essays of moderate length ca.

Shakespeare Bulletin, studies in english literature 1500-1900. Philosophy and Literature. South Central Review. The Sewanee Review. Studies in the Novel. The Henry James Review. African American Review. Shakespeare Quarterly. New Literary History. Victorian Periodicals Review.

Postmodern Culture. Dickens Quarterly. Victorian Review. The CEA Critic. Studies in American Fiction.

 

SEL: Studies in English Literature – - Wikipedia

 

studies in english literature 1500-1900

 

Description: Studies in English Literature, (SEL) focuses on four fields of British Literature which rotate quarterly as follows: Winter-English Renaissance, Spring - Tudor and Stuart Drama, Summer-Restoration and Eighteenth Century, and Autumn - Nineteenth marolwins.cf was founded in by Carroll Camden at Rice University and is now edited by Robert L. Patten. SEL invites historical and critical essays of moderate length (ca. 7, words not to exceed 8, words including endnotes) that contribute significantly to the understanding of English literature, SEL focuses on four fields of British literature in rotating, quarterly issues: English Renaissance, Tudor and Stuart Drama, Restoration and Eighteenth Century, and Nineteenth Century. The editors select learned, readable papers that contribute significantly to the understanding of British literature from to SEL is well known for the commissioned omnibus review of.