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Journal of Modern Periodical Studies

  • Patrick Collier
  • Barbara Green

  • Biannual Publication
  • ISSN 1947-6574
  • E-ISSN 2152-9272

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The Journal of Modern Periodical Studies is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal devoted to the academic study of modern periodicals—by which we mean periodicals published roughly in the period from 1880 to 1950, whether they are aggressively modernist or anti-modernist, popular or elite, mass circulation or specialized, long-lasting or brief. Daily newspapers, weeklies, monthlies, quarterlies, and irregularly published little magazines are all part of the field covered by this journal. The journal publishes full-length articles, shorter notes and comments, bibliographies, biographical essays, review of books, digital projects, research archives, and other such significant scholarly resources.

Patrick Collier, Ball State University
Barbara Green, Notre Dame University

Editorial Board
Ann Ardis, University of Delaware
Laurel Brake, University of London
Peter Brooker, The University of Nottingham
Mary Chapman, University of British Columbia
Suzanne W. Churchill, Davidson College
Lucy Delap, University of Cambridge
Laura Marcus, University of Oxford
Adam McKible, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Paul Peppis, University of Oregon
Christopher Reed, The Pennsylvania State University
Robert Scholes, Brown University
Benoît Tadié, Université Rennes 2 Haute Bretagne
Andrew Thacker, Nottingham Trent University

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