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 published in the last year to 18 months in the field of literature and science.  

Please find below a number of articles that we would like to offer for review. Its largely first come, first served, so do get in touch with an offer to review a specific article by emailing Michelle at m.geric@westminster.ac.uk 

I would also be very happy to receive suggestions for other relevant articles for review that aren’t listed below – please do let me know.  

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

SUGGESTED ARTICLES: 

John Rogers. “Newton's Arian Epistemology and the Cosmogony of Paradise Lost.” ELH 86. 1 (2019): 77-106.  

Brent Dawson. “The Life of the Mind: George Herbert, Early Modern Meditation, and Materialist Cognition.” ELH 86. 4 (2019): 895-918.  

Alexandra Paterson. “Tracing the Earth: Narratives of Personal and Geological History in Charlotte Smith’s Beachy Head.” Romanticism 25. 1 (2019): 22-31.  

Brandon C. Yes. “Poetry and Science: William Wordsworth and his Irish Friends William Rowan Hamilton and Francis Beaufort Edgeworth, c. 1829.” Romanticism 26. 1 (2020): 89-101. 

Russell Smith. “Frankenstein in the Automatic Factory.” Nineteenth-Century Contexts 41. 3 (2019): 303-319.   

Christie Leigh Harner. “Animal and Social Ecologies in Anne Brontë’s Agnes Grey.” Victorian Literature and Culture 48. 3 (2020): 577-599.    

Sara Lyons. “Thomas Hardy and the Value of Brains.” Victorian Literature and Culture, 48. 2 (2020): 327-359. 

Devin M Garofalo. “Victorian Lyric in the Anthropocene.” Victorian Literature and Culture 47. 4 (2019): 753–783. 

Richard Fallon. “Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World: Illustrating the Romance of Science.” English Literature in Transition 1880-1920, 63. 2 (2020): 162-192 

Mary Bowden. “H. G. Wells's Plant Plot: Horticulture and Ecological Narration in The Time Machine.” Victorian Literature and Culture 47. 3 (2019): 603–628.   

Ida Marie Olsen. "Outlines of Ecological Consciousness in W. H. Hudson's Environmentalism." English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920 63. 2 (2020): 193-210.  

Brandon Jones. “Bloom/Split/Dissolve: Jellyfish, H. D., and Multispecies Justice in Anthropocene Seas.” Configurations 27. 4 (2019): 483-499.  

Elspeth Green. “I. A. Richards Among the Scientists.” ELH, 86. 3 (2019): 751-777.  

Nikolai Krementsov. “Thought Transfer and Mind Control between Science and Fiction: Fedor Il’in’s The Valley of New Life (1928).” Osiris 34 (2019): 36-54.  

Amanda Rees. “From Technician’s Extravaganza to Logical Fantasy: Science and Society in John Wyndham’s Postwar Fiction, 1951–1960.” Osiris 34 (2019): 277-296.  

Lisa Garforth. “Environmental Futures, Now and Then: Crisis, Systems Modeling, and Speculative Fiction.” Osiris, 34 (2019): 238-257.  

Ursula K. Heise. “Science Fiction and the Time Scales of the Anthropocene.” ELH 86. 2 (2019): 275-304.  

Nathaniel Otjen. “Energy Anxiety and Fossil Fuel Modernity in H.G. Wells's The War of the Worlds.” Journal of Modern Literature 43. 2 (2020): 118-133. 

Erika Lorraine Milam. “Old Woman and the Sea: Evolution and the Feminine Aquatic.” Osiris 34 (2019): 198-215.  

Paola Villa. “Mollusk-Writers: Spacetime Revolutions in a Literary Shell.” Journal of Modern Literature 43. 2 (2020): 21-40.  

Peter Balbert. “From Relativity to Paraphrenia in D.H. Lawrence's ‘The Man Who Loved Islands’: Speculations on Einstein, Freud, Gossamer Webs, and Seagulls.” Journal of Modern Literature 43. 2 (2020): 60-79.  

Colin Milburn. “Ahead of Time: Gerald Feinberg and the Governance of Futurity.” Osiris 34 (2019): 216-237.  

Susan McHugh. “Mourning Humans and Other Animals through Fictional Taxidermy Collections.” Configurations 27. 2 (2019): 239-256.  

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