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Dickens Studies Annual

Essays on Victorian Fiction

Edward Guiliano, Editor
Anne Humpherys, Editor
Natalie McKnight, Editor
Caroline Reitz, Editor

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Dickens Studies Annual

Essays on Victorian Fiction

Edward Guiliano, Editor
Anne Humpherys, Editor
Natalie McKnight, Editor
Caroline Reitz, Editor

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Founded in 1970, the centennial anniversary of Dickens's death, Dickens Studies Annual: Essays on Victorian Fiction publishes articles exploring the wide range of Dickens's interests and talents. The journal includes essays on other mid- and late-nineteenth century novelists and on the history and aesthetics of the period's fiction. Each volume also contains a solicited review article examining much of a prior year’s scholarship on Dickens. Periodically, Dickens Studies Annual publishes solicited surveys of studies of other Victorian authors. The journal is intended to be of interest to both students and scholars at various stages of their careers.

Celebrate the 175th anniversary of "A Christmas Carol" with Dickens Studies Annual!

Over on the PSU Press Tumblr, DSA Co-Editor Edward Guiliano looks at how "A Christmas Carol" was received in 1843, and its lasting influence today.

Are you interested in Christmas Hauntings, Victorian Spectacle, and Dickens’ Christmas Books? You’re in luck! We’ve ungated a few Dickens Studies Annual articles to read and share on JSTOR through the end of December:

"Ethical Metafiction in Dickens's Christmas Hauntings" by M. Brian Sabey, DSA Vol. 46 (2015)

"A Whimsical Kind of Masque": The Christmas Books and Victorian Spectacle by Robert Tracy, DSA Vol. 27 (1998)

"Text Dropped into the Woodcuts": Dickens' Christmas Books by Sarah A. Solberg, DSA Vol. 8 (1980)

Happy Reading!

Editors
Edward Guiliano, New York Institute of Technology
Anne Humpherys, Lehman College, CUNY and The Graduate Center, CUNY
Natalie McKnight, Boston University
Caroline Reitz, John Jay College, CUNY and The Graduate Center, CUNY

Editorial Board
Diana Archibald, University of Massachusetts Lowell
Carolyn Vellenga Berman, The New School
John Bowen, University of York
Joel J. Brattin, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Elizabeth Bridgham, Providence College
Alicia Carroll, Auburn University
Susan Cook, Southern New Hampshire University
David Garlock, Baruch College, CUNY
Sarah Gates, St. Lawrence University
Ruth Glancy, Concordia University of Edmonton
Robert C. Hanna, Bethany Lutheran College
Tamar Heller, University of Cincinnati
Mark M. Hennelly Jr., California State University, Sacramento
Shari Hodges Holt, University of Mississippi
John O. Jordan, The Dickens Project, University of California, Santa Cruz
Gerhard Joseph, Lehman College, CUNY and The Graduate Center, CUNY
James Kincaid, University of Southern California and University of Pittsburgh
Lanya Lamouria, Missouri State University
Cynthia N. Malone, College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University
Anne McCarthy, The Pennsylvania State University
Nancy Metz, Virginia Tech
Renata Kobetts Miller, City College of New York, CUNY
Goldie Morgentaler, University of Lethbridge
Lillian Nayder, Bates College
Jude V. Nixon, Salem State University
Robert L. Patten, Rice University and University of London
John Reed, Wayne State University
Dianne F. Sadoff, Rutgers, State University of New Jersey
Timothy A. Spurgin, Lawrence University
Deborah A. Thomas, Villanova University

To submit an article to Dickens Studies Annual, please visit http://www.editorialmanager.com/dsa. The online system will guide you through the steps to upload your article to the editorial office.

The editors seek to offer essays of "the most diverse kinds," those employing innovative as well as traditional approaches. DSA welcomes submissions that disclose how familiarity with the Victorian era enlightens us about the art of Dickens and his contemporary authors, as well as discussions revealing how knowledge of the writings of Dickens and other Victorians informs us about their time in history.

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