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New Special Issue from Eighteenth Century Fiction

ECF27_3_4coverfbThe new double-number special issue of Eighteenth-Century Fiction features 14 articles by international scholars. “Georgian Theatre in an Information Age: Media, Performance, Sociability”, published in July 2015 is co-edited Danny O’Quinn, University of Guelph, and Gillian Russell, University of Melbourne.

Georgian Theatre in an Information Age: Media, Performance, Sociability
Eighteenth-Century Fiction Volume 27, Number 3-4, Spring-Summer 2015

Available online at ECF Online and at Project MUSE

This theme issue of Eighteenth-Century Fiction attempts both to encapsulate a number of important developments in the study of performance and print media and to orient future research on the complex intermedial relations endemic to theatrical culture. The explicit emphasis on media and sociability is designed to counteract the nascent tendency to separate sociability from its mediation and to isolate media archaeology from social relations. The work of the scholars represented not only recognizes the centrality of the theatre to eighteenth-century culture, but also acknowledges the ways in which theatrical experience is embedded in the mediascape of London, the provinces, and the colonies. Theatre is a crucial medial hinge that provides a vantage point for considering a wide array of under-analyzed cultural and social phenomena…(excerpt from Introduction by Daniel O’Quinn, Gillian Russell)


UTP Journals Online Has a New Home!

TORONTO – July 21, 2015 – We are very excited to announce the launch of UTP Journals Online on Atypon’s Literatum platform: www.utpjournals.press.

The new platform offers visitors a user-friendly online experience, including a plethora of new resources and features such as a robust search and browse functionality, that allows you to organize your article search results and track and download citation data, offers lists of most read and most cited articles in real time, enables social media integration, and includes a rich mobile experience on any device. In addition, Literatum supports several standards that researchers and librarians expect to find on a comprehensive publishing platform, including ORCID, CrossRef, CrossCheck, JATS DTD, Shibboleth, COUNTER, and MARC.

We hope you find the site easy to use and enjoy its updated, fresh look. We encourage you to take the time to explore the functionality of the responsive platform to search, read, cite, and share our journal content. If you have any questions or experience any issues accessing your online subscription, don’t worry, we’re here to help! Contact us at journals@utpress.utoronto.ca.


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ARK – Author Resource Kit
ARK is a compilation of advice, guidelines and valuable information for authors as they are choosing where and how to submit their work for publication. ARK contains information on the publication process, how/where/what to submit for publication, promotion, how to contact UTP Journals and much more. This resource kit also includes links to free publishing advice from the pages of the Journal of Scholarly Publishing. » ARK is available free online.