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The Henry James Review

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Greg Zacharias, Creighton University

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43 (2022)
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3 issues
The Henry James Review is the only journal devoted to Henry James. One of the very best single-author journals in the marketplace, it is open to the diversity of critical biographical, archival, and creative work being done on James. In addition to the insightful essays, every issue contains book reviews of works across the broad range of James Studies.
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Send contributions electronically to hjamesr@creighton.edu

Please include in the text of the email the author’s name, mailing address, and title of the article. The manuscript should use current MLA style and include any endnotes, works cited, and an abstract of 100 or fewer words.

Authors' names should not appear on their manuscripts, nor should they refer to themselves in the first person in submitted text or notes if such references would identify them.

Greg Zacharias, Editor
The Henry James Review
Center for Henry James Studies
Creighton University
Omaha, NE 68178
Email: hjamesr@creighton.edu
Phone: 402-280-5714

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Peer Review Policy

The Henry James Review encourages the diversity of critical biographical, archival, and creative work being done in Henry James studies. In addition to insightful essays, every issue contains book reviews having to do with the field. Electronic submissions generally (though not exclusively) between 8,000 15,000 words  are to be sent to hjamesr@creighton.edu. The author’s name, mailing address, and title of the article must be included in the text of the email. The manuscript should use current MLA style and include any endnotes, works cited, and an abstract of 100 or fewer words. Authors' names do not appear on the manuscript submission, nor should authors refer to themselves in the first person in the submitted text or notes if such references would identify them.  The submission must be original work that has not previously been published and must not under consideration elsewhere.  An initial internal review is completed to determine whether to send the manuscript to readers.  Manuscripts undergo blind referee review and are judged upon the manuscript's contribution to Henry James studies and familiarity with past scholarship on Henry James. Revise and resubmit decisions may be determined, in which case the revised manuscript is considered again for possible publication. The submission review process takes approximately two months, and accepted articles are usually published within a year.

Book reviews are assigned by the book review editor.

LEON EDEL PRIZE

The Leon Edel Prize is awarded annually for the best essay on Henry James by a beginning scholar.  The prize carries with it an award of $300, and the prize-winning essay will be published in HJR.

The competition is open to applicants who have not held a full-time academic appointment for more than four years. Independent scholars and graduate students are encouraged to apply.

Essays should be 20-30 pages (including notes), original, and not under submission elsewhere or previously published.  Please send the manuscript in Microsoft Word format.

Send electronic submissions to: hjamesr@creighton.edu

Author's name should not appear on the manuscript.  Please identify essays as submissions for the Leon Edel Prize.  The competition is limited to one submission per author.

A brief curriculum vitae should be included. 

Decisions about regular publication are also made at the same time as the prize decision.

Deadline: November 1, 2022

HJR 43.2 TABLE OF CONTENTS

Leon Edel Prize

The Beast Imperative. NICK ADLER

Articles

Henry James Framed--A Partial Portrait (Part 2). MICHAEL ANESKO

“One Should Be One of the Best”: Isabel Archer’s Theory of Election. JULIA HOUSER

“She Did What She Liked!”: Ethics of Freedom and Desire in Henry James’s “Daisy Miller.” SEOKWON YANG

Henry James’s “The Middle Years” (1893) and Its Vergilian Undercurrents. T. E. FRANKLINOS

What Maisie Heard: Sound, Sexuality, and the Subjective Camera. CHIP BADLEY

Online Book Reviews

Psychoanalyzing Hawthorne. Review of David Diamond.

Psychoanalytic Readings of Hawthorne’s Romances: Narratives of Unconscious Crisis and Transformation. MAGNUS ULLÉN

A Life after Death: Literary Afterlives of Henry James. Review of Bethany Layne. Henry James in Contemporary Fiction: The Real Thing. ÁGNES ZSÓFIA KOVÁCS

Review of Wibke Schniedermann. Masculine Domination in Henry James’s Novels: The Art of Concealment. SHUQIN FU

Volume 42.3 (2021)

Number 3, Fall 2021: Henry James and the Nineteenth-Century Literary Landscape features contributions by Rachel Bryan, Elisa Sotgiu, Ashley C. Barnes, Michael Anesko, Mary M. Burke, June Hee Chung, and Prentiss Clark.

Volume 41 (2020)

Number 1, Winter 2020: Emotion, Feeling, Sentiment in James: "Sorrow comes in great waves" (continued from 40.3) features contributions by David McWhirter, Rivky Mondal, Wenwen Guo, and Chunlin Men.

VOLUME 41 (2020)

Number 3, Fall 2020: The Sound of James: The Aural Dimension in Henry James’s Work features contributions by Donatella Izzo, Lawrence Kramer, Matthew Rubery, Michael Anesko, Paul Fisher, Merle A. Williams, Philip Horne, Sarah Wadsworth, and Brendan Whitmarsh.

Volume 40 (2019)

Number 3, Fall 2019: Emotion, Feeling, Sentiment in James: "Sorrow comes in great waves" features contributions by Rita Charon, Ivana Cikes, Tatjana Jukic, Jessica Krzeminski, Anne Langendorfer, Diana Leca, Julian Murphet, Daniel Swain, Jane F. Thrailkill, and Colton Valentine.

Volume 39 (2018)

Number 3, Fall 2018: Henry James, 1916-1945 features contributions by Mary Ann Caws, Dan Fogel, William Cain, Simone Francescato, Hazel Hutchison, Mario Ortiz-Robles, Kerry Sutherland, Rachel Bryan, Korey Garibaldi, and Michael Nowlin.

Volume 38 (2017)

Number 3, Fall 2017: Commemorating Henry James features contributions by Denis Donoghue, Neil Reeve, Ruth Bernard Yeazell, Philip Horne, Beverly Haviland, Ross Wilson, Matteo Gonfiantini, Miroslawa Buccholtz, and Shawna Ross.

Volume 37 (2016)

Number 3, Fall 2016: Illness, Age, Death features contributions by Dan Abitz, Rita Charon, Melanie Dawson, Mary Eyring, Andrew Hewish, Daniel Rosenberg Nutters, Talia Schaffer, Dorin Smith, David Sherman, and Lynda Zwinger.

Volume 36 (2015)

Number 3, Fall 2015: Fredric Jameson, Henry James features contributions by Fredric Jameson, David Alworth, John Brenkman, Aaron Jaffe, Anna Kornbluh, Daniel Moore, Julian Murphet, Francesca Sawaya, Phillip Wegner, Ben Wetherbee, and Constance Wilmarth.

Volume 35 (2014)

Number 3, Fall 2014: Jamesian Styles features contributions by Stuart Burrows, Meili Steele, Paul Grimstad, Mary Ann O’Farrell, Matthew Krumholtz, Sarah Salter, Bethany Layne, David Hoover, João Cardoso De Lima, Jacek Gutorow, and Philip Tsang.

Volume 34 (2013)

Number 3, Fall 2013: Reading James features contributions by John Gibson, Wendy Graham, Donatella Izzo, Alexander Nemerov, John Plotz, Kristin Boyce, David Hannah, and Barbara Hochman.

Volume 33 (2012)

Number 3, Fall 2012: Features papers from the 2011 Henry James Conference in Rome, including keynotes by Cristina Giorcelli, Bruce Robbins, and Leslie Marmon Silko and papers by Jonathan Arac, J. Michelle Coghlan, Paul Fisher, Jonathan Freedman, Christopher Looby, and Tessa Hadley.

Volume 32 (2011)

Number 3, Fall 2011: Leo Bersani, Henry James features contributions by Leo Bersani, Gert Buelens, Robert Caserio, Sigi Jottkandt, David McWhirter, Omri Moses, Eric Savoy, Sam See, Susan Winnett, Maha Jafri, and Kimberly Lamm.

Volume 31 (2010)

Number 3, Fall 2010: The Women features contributions by Susan Gunter, Clair Hughes, Joanne Gates, Gail Marshall, Geraldine Murphy, Sarah Wadsworth, Meaghan Clarke, Sarah Blackwood, and Jennifer Sorensen Emery-Peck.

Volume 30 (2009)

Number 3, Fall 2009: This issue collects, for the first time, Colm Tóibín’s critical essays on Henry James.

Volume 29 (2008)

Number 3, Fall 2008: Short James Forum features contributions by Matthew Rubert, Paul Grimstad, Wendy Graham, Andrea Zemgulys, Jonathan Readey, Isobel Waters, and Rita Charon.

Volume 28 (2007)

Number 3, Fall 2007: Jamesian Forms features contributions by Daniel O'Hara, David Kurnick, Kent Puckett, Lee Clark Mitchell, Adam Sonstegard, Christine McBride, Andrew Eastham, Amanda Sigler, and William Wortman.

Volume 27 (2006)

Number 3, Fall 2006: Papers from the 2005 Tracing Henry James conference in Venice features contributions by Daniel Mark Fogel, Colm Toibin, John Carlos Rowe, Leo Bersani, Philip Horne, Joseph Rosenberg, Tarmar Yacobi, Alide Cagidemetrio, Michael Anesko, and Eric Savoy.

Volume 26 (2005)

Number 3, Fall 2005: Reading Henry James features contributions by Herbert Tucker, Mary Ann O'Farrell, Neil Chilton, Tessa Hadley, Hilary Schor, Melanie Ross, Michael Wood, Susan M. Ryan, Greg Zacharias, and Denis Flannery.

Volume 25 (2004)

Number 3, Fall 2004: Senses of the Past features contributions by Joseph Epstein, Beverly Haviland, Nicholas Dames, Tamara Follini, Stephanie Hawkins, Laura Saltz, Jonathan Warren, Eric Haralson, Mary Ann O'Farrell, and Alison Booth.

Volume 24 (2003)

Number 3, Fall 2003: Global James features contributions by John Carlos Rowe, Wai Chee Dimock, Paul Giles, Hsuan Hsu, Reet Sool, Hitomi Nabae, Kim Choon-hee, Roxana Oltean, Sergio Perosa, Elzbieta Foeller-Pituch, and Tatiana Petrovich Njegosh.

Volume 23 (2002)

Number 3, Fall 2002: Jamesian Arts features contributions by Adam Parkes, Susan Casteras, Bill Brown, Sheila Teahan, Stuart Burrows, Jonah Siegel, Caroline Levander, Mark Desiderio, Tom Nichols and Tessa Hadley.

Volume 22 (2001)

Number 3, Fall 2001: James and the Sacred features contributions by Robert Weisbuch, Kevin Kohan, Marcia Ian, Pericles Lewis, Gregory Erickson, Eric Savoy, Michael Reid, Naomi Silver, and Jill Galvan.

Volume 21 (2000)

Number 3, Fall 2000: Material James features contributions by Mark Seltzer, Richard Adams, Greg Zacharias, Heather O'Donnell, Collin Meissner, Timothy Dow Adams, James C. Davis, Sheri Weinstein, Pierre Walker, Steven Jobe, and Cheryl Torsney.

Volume 20 (1999)

Number 3, Fall 1999Fin-de-Siècle James features contributions by Wendy Graham, Hugh Stevens, Christopher Lane, Eric Savoy, Millicent Bell, David McWhirter, Shelley Salamensky, and Susan Crowl.

Volume 19 (1998)

Number 3, Fall 1998: Popular James features contributions by Richard Salmon, Adeline Tintner, William Veeder, Alan Nadel, Dianne Sadoff, and an interview with Cynthia Ozick, Sheldon Novick, and Susan Griffin.

Volume 18 (1997)

Number 3, Fall 1997: James and Philosophy features contributions by Arthur C. Danto, Cora Diamond, Garry Hagberg, Jonathan Levin, and Sheldon Novick.

Number 2, Spring 1997: The May 1997 issue features responses to director Jane Campion's recent feature film "The Portrait of a Lady," including contributions by Dale Bauer, Nancy Bentley, Marc Bousquet, Karen Chandler, Alan Nadel, Priscilla Walton, and Virginia Wexman.

Volume 17 (1996)

Number 3, Summer 1996: Forum on Teaching James

Volume 16 (1995)

Number 3, Fall 1995: Race Forum

Editor

Greg Zacharias

Book Review Editor

Gert Buelens

Managing Editor

B. Joanne Webb

Editorial Board

Michael Anesko
Paul B. Armstrong
Gert Buelens
Anna Despotopoulou
Daniel Mark Fogel
Michael Gorra
Wendy Graham
Susan Griffin
Daniel Hannah
Oliver Herford
Philip Horne
Hazel Hutchison
Donatella Izzo
Charles Johanningsmeier
Kathleen Lawrence
Timothy Lustig
Dee MacCormack
David McWhirter
Hitomi Nabae
Sergio Perosa
Leland S. Person
Julie Rivkin
Eric Savoy
Shelia Teahan
Pierre A. Walker
Priscilla Walton
Merle Williams

Send books for review to:

Gert Buelens
English Department
Ghent University
Blandijnberg 2
B-9000 Gent
BELGIUM
E-mail: Gert.Buelens@UGent.be 
Phone: +32 9 2643700

Please send book review copies to the contact above. Review copies received by the Johns Hopkins University Press office will be discarded.

 

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Published three times a year

Readers include: Academics, students, scholars, and others active in the study of James’s life and works. The Review can also be found in art, language, and literature collections and in college and research libraries.

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