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Interdisciplinary Literary Studies

A Journal of Criticism and Theory
  • Kenneth Womack, Editor

  • Biannual Publication
  • ISSN 1524-8429
  • E-ISSN 2161-427X

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Interdisciplinary Literary Studies seeks to explore the interconnections between literary study and other disciplines, ideologies, and cultural methods of critique. All national literatures, periods, and genres are welcomed topics.

Editor
Kenneth Womack, Penn State Altoona

Associate Editors
Todd F. Davis, Penn State Altoona
James M. Decker, Illinois Central College
Laura E. Rotunno, Penn State Altoona
Megan Simpson, Penn State Altoona

Editorial Board
William Baker, Northern Illinois University
David Bartine, SUNY Binghamton
Kirstie Blair, University of Glasgow
John Brannigan, University College Dublin
Olga Cooke, Texas A&M University
John Dern, Temple University
Nancy Easterlin, University of New Orleans
Ranjan Ghosh, North Bengal University
David Gorman, Northern Illinois University
Katherine Kellett, Penn State Altoona
John Kimsey, DePaul University
Peter Kitson, University of Dundee
Amy Mallory-Kani, SUNY Albany
Ian Marshall, Penn State Altoona
William Nelles, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
David Rampton, University of Ottawa
Ruth Robbins, University of Leeds
Elaine Treharne, Stanford University
Julian Wolfreys, University of Loughborough

About the Editor:
Kenneth Womack is is Professor of English & Integrative Arts at Penn State University’s Altoona College, where he also serves as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. He is the author of numerous works of nonfiction, including Long and Winding Roads: The Evolving Artistry of the Beatles. His first novel, John Doe No. 2 and the Dreamland Motel, was published by Switchgrass Books in October 2010. He serves as Editor of Interdisciplinary Literary Studies: A Journal of Criticism and Theory and Co-Editor of Oxford University Press's Year's Work in English Studies.

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