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As the official publication of the Division on Black American Literature and Culture of the Modern Language Association, the quarterly journal African American Review promotes a lively exchange among writers and scholars in the arts, humanities, and social sciences who hold diverse perspectives on African American literature and culture.
Published quarterly in Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter for the Modern Language Association’s Division on Black American Literature and Culture. Volume 46 (2014).
A quarterly journal, ariel: A Review of International English Literature, is focused on the critical and scholarly study of global literatures in English. In addition to its traditional focus on postcolonial and Commonwealth studies, the journal publishes innovative articles on globalization, new forms of exploitation and colonization in an age of transnational capitalism, displacement and diaspora studies, global ecocriticism, cultural and cross-cultural translation, and related areas.
Published quarterly in January, April, July, and October. Volume 45 (2014).
Poe Studies: History, Theory, Interpretation is the dynamic, academic intersection of all things relating to the work and life of Edgar Allan Poe, including articles illuminating the period in which he wrote, the artists with whom he engaged, and the movements he engendered—from gothicism to metafiction.
Published annually in October. Volume 46 (2013).
Social Research takes on themes as timely as today’s news and as timeless as civilization’s enduring questions. We turn the spotlight on contentious social issues, countries in transition, phenomena that seem ripe for exploration because of their significance to the present or their enduring relevance to intellectual life. Periodic special issues of Social Research are devoted to the proceedings of the journal’s renowned conferences at the New School.
Published quarterly in Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter. Volume 81 (2014).
Studies in the Novel features trenchant criticism of the novel across all periods and genres, and from all interpretive approaches. Covering both emerging and established novelists, its issues feature five to six essays, eight to ten reviews of recent books on novels and novelists, and the occasional review essay.
Published quarterly in March, June, September, and December. Volume 46 (2014).