Call for Reviewers – Journal of Literature and Science

The Journal of Literature and Science http://www.literatureandscience.org is once again looking for reviewers to review various articles in the field of literature and science published in the last year to 18 months.

Please find below a number of articles that we would like to offer for review. The list is by no means definitive; there’s such a lot of fascinating work out there, so please do let me know if there’s an article not on the list that you’d like to review.

It’s largely first come, first served, so do get in touch with an offer to do a specific article m.geric@westminster.ac.uk

Reviews should be 750 words long. For more details please follow the link: http://www.literatureandscience.org or contact Michelle m.geric@westminster.ac.uk to register your interest.

SUGGESTED ARTICLES:

Heather Meek. “‘The Wonders of Medicine in Literary Education’: Teaching Eighteenth-Century Hysteria.” Eighteenth-Century Fiction 30. 3 (2018): 439-448.

Paul Gilmore, “Charles Brockden Brown’s Romance and the Limits of Science and History.” ELH 84. 1 (2017): 117-142.

Mary Kuhn, "Dickinson and the Politics of Plant Sensibility." ELH 85. 1 (2018): 141-170.

Pascale McCullough Manning. “The Hyde We Live In: Stevenson, Evolution, and the Anthropogenic Fog.” Victorian Literature and Culture 46. 1 (2018): 181–99.

Katelin Krieg, “Ruskin, Darwin, and Looking Beneath Surfaces.” Victorian Literature and Culture 45. 4 (2017): 709–26.

Michelle Boswell, “Poetry and Parallax in Mary Somerville’s On the Connexion of the Physical Sciences.” Victorian Literature and Culture 45. 4 (2017): 727–44.

Melissa Dickson, “Confessions of an English Green Tea Drinker: Sheridan Le Fanu and the Medical and Metaphysical Dangers of Green Tea.” Victorian Literature and Culture 45. 1 (2017): 77–94.

David Shackleton, “H. G. Wells, Geology, and the Ruins of Time.” Victorian Literature and Culture 45. 4 (2017): 839-855.

Elisavet Ioannidou, “Neo-Victorian Visions of the Future: Science, Crime, and Modernity Victoriographies.” 8. 2 (2018: 187-205.

Margaret S. Kennedy, “A Breath of Fresh Air: Eco-Consciousness in Mary Barton and Jane Eyre.Victorian Literature and Culture 45. 3 (2017): 509-526.

Eleanor Dobson, “Gods and Ghost-Light: Ancient Egypt, Electricity, and X-Rays”. Victorian Literature and Culture 45.1 (2017): 119-35.

Veronica Alfano, “Technologies of Forgetting: Phonographs, Lyric Voice, and Rossetti’s Woodspurge.” Victorian Poetry 55. 2 (2017): 127-161.

Matthew Rebhorn, “Billy’s Fist: Neuroscience and Corporeal Reading in Melville’s Billy Budd.Nineteenth Century Literature 72. 2 (2017): 218-244.

Rachel Fountain Eames, “Geological Katabasis : Geology and the Christian Underworld in Kingsley's The Water-Babies.” Victoriographies 7. 3 (2017): 195-209.

Thomas M. Stuart, “Out of Time: Queer Temporality and Eugenic Monstrosity.” Victorian Studies 60. 2 (2018): 218-227.

Katja Jylkka, “‘Witness the Plesiosaurus’: Geological Traces and the Loch Ness Monster Narrative.” Configurations 26. 2 (2018): 207-234.

L. Lieberman & R. R. Kline, “Dream of an Unfettered Electrical Future: Nikola Tesla, the Electrical Utopian Novel, and an Alternative American Sociotechnical Imagery.” Configurations 25. 1 (2017): 1-27.

Jocelyn Rodal. “Patterned Ambiguities: Virginia Woolf, Mathematical Variables, and Form.” Configurations 26. 1 (2018): 73-101.

Caracheo, “The Measurement of Time: Mann and Einstein’s Thought Experiments.” Configurations 25. 1 (2017): 29-55.

Kurt Beals, “‘Do the New Poets Think? It's Possible’: Computer Poetry and Cyborg Subjectivity.” Configurations 26. 2 (2018): 149-177.

Christopher D. Kilgore, “Bad Networks: From Virus to Cancer in Post-Cyberpunk Narrative.” Journal of Modern Literature 40. 2 (2016): 165-183.

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