As Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net begins its third decade, some major editorial changes recently took place after the end of Jason Camlot’s tenure as Victorian editor, and the arrival of Julia S. Carlson (University of Cincinnati), Matthew Sangster (University of Glasgow), Chris Bundock (University of Regina), and Nicholas Mason (Brigham Young University), along with a new managing editor.
Under this new team, the journal will be relaunched as Romanticism on the Net in September 2018 with a special issue on Robert Southey (guest-edited by Tim Fulford and Matthew Sangster), followed by one on ‘Recollecting the Nineteenth-Century Museum’ (guest-edited by Sophie Thomas).
The journal welcomes submissions for our next open issue at the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Created in conjunction with the 2018 relaunch of the journal, The NeuRoN offers a central, stable, thorough, and up-to-date catalog of digital resources for students and scholars of British Romanticism. To be included in The NeuRoN, an electronic archive, database, index, or edition must be nominally relevant to British literature and culture of the “Romantic Century” (1750-1850) and sufficiently reliable for classroom or research use.