Call for Reviewers: Journal of Literature and Science

Dear BSLS Members,

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. It's 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 gericm@westminster.ac.uk to register your interest.

SUGGESTED ARTICLES:

Donovan E. Tann, “Experimental Science and Speculation in Cavendish’s Convent of Pleasure.” Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 60. 3 (2020): 463-483.

Paul Giles, “‘By Degrees’: Jane Austen’s Chronometric Style of World Literature.” Nineteenth-Century Literature 75. 3 (2020): 265–293.

Barbara Barrow, “‘Shattering’ and ‘Violent’ Forces: Gender, Ecology, and Catastrophe in George Eliot’s The Mill on the Floss. Victoriographies 11. 1 (2021): 38-57.

Voskuil, “Victorian Plants: Cosmopolitan and Invasive.” Victorian Literature and Culture49. 1 (2021): 27-53.

Wells, “Proserpina Unbound: John Ruskin, Maria La Touche, and Victorian Floriculture.” Victorian Literature and Culture48. 4 (2020): 633-663.

Diana Rose Newby, “Bleak Environmentalism: The Science of Dickens's Weathered Bodies.” Texas Studies in Literature and Language 62. 2 (2020,): 178-202.

Rae X. Yan, “Robert Louis Stevenson as Philosophical Anatomist: The Body Snatcher.” English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920 62. 4 (2019): 458-481.

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.

Caleb Fridell, “The Extractive Logic of Fossil Capital in H. G. Wells's Scientific Prophecy.” Modern Fiction Studies 66. 1 (2020): 164-189. 

Gregory Tate, “Evolution, Idealism, and Individualism in May Kendall's Comic Verse.” English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920 63. 3 (2020): 429-451. 

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

Lauren Cameron, “Infertility and Darwinian Anthropology in Anthony Trollope’s Phineas Novels.” Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 59. 4 (2019): 893-912. 

Michael Thomas Gaffney, “The Birth of the Ice Age: on Narrative and Climate History in the Nineteenth Century.” Nineteenth-Century Contexts 42. 5 (2020): 567-580.

Mark Celeste, “The “bond of the sea”: Conrad, Coal, and Entropy.” Nineteenth-Century Contexts 42. 5 (2020): 509-522.

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

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

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. 

Justin Prystash, “Leaning from the Human: Virginia Woolf, Olaf Stapledon, and the Challenge of Behaviorism.” Configurations 28. 4 (2020): 433-457. 

Kevin Hart, “‘Nondescript Specimens’: Herbert Spencer's Social Theory in Ulysses.” James Joyce Quarterly 57. 3 (2020): 319-335..

Madeleine Chalmers, “Living as we Dream: Automatism and Automation from Surrealism to Stiegler.” Nottingham French Studies 59. 3 (2020): 368-383.

Yanfang Tong, “Memory as Imagination: Mind Science in Bellow's Short Fiction.” Interdisciplinary Literary Studies 22. 3 (2020): 240-261.

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