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The European Romantic Review publishes innovative scholarship on the literature and culture of Europe, Great Britain and the Americas during the period 1760-1840. Topics range from the scientific and psychological interests of European authors through the political and social reverberations of the French Revolution to the philosophical and ecological implications of nature writing—and many more. Selected papers from the annual conference of the North American Society for the Study of Romanticism appear in one of the six issues published each year. Essays published in ERR will be considered for an annual award co-sponsored by ERR and NASSR.
Book reviews commissioned for two of the six annual issues represent a cross section of concerns in Romantic Era studies and call attention to important new titles and editions from major university and academic presses. Book reviews are distinguished by their depth of analysis, acquainting readers with the substance and significance of current criticism and scholarship in the field.
Why publish in European Romantic Review?
- Make a significant impact. European Romantic Review is a well-established and highly respected journal
- Grow your readership. The journal has wide readership among the members of the North American Society for the Study of Romanticism, and across the globe.
- Be an established author in your field. Essays published in ERR will be considered for an annual award co-sponsored by the journal and NASSR.
- Broaden your reach. ERR publishes multi-disciplinary scholarship across the literature, culture, history, politics, and philosophy fields.
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Benjamin Colbert, University of Wolverhampton, UK
Lucy Morrison, University of Nebraska, Omaha, USA
Frederick Burwick, University of California, Los Angeles, USA
Regina Hewitt, University of South Florida, USA
Book Reviews Editor:
William D. Brewer, Appalachian State University, USA