A Journal of Joseph Conrad Studies
- ISSN: 0010-6356
- eISSN: 1935-0252
- Keywords: Joseph Conrad, literary criticism, literature
- First Issue: Vol. 4, Issue 1
- Frequency: Triannual
Conradiana, an international peer-reviewed journal devoted to and welcoming essays on all aspects and periods of the life and works of Joseph Conrad, is published three times yearly in the spring, summer, and fall. The journal publishes scholarly articles (of any length), scholarly notes, and book reviews.
Conradiana is approved as an A-Level scholarly journal by ANVUR (The National Agency for the Evaluation of the University System and Research (Italy)), as a Level-1 journal by NSD (Norwegian Centre for Research Data), and is indexed in the Arts & Humanities Citation Index.
J. H STAPE PRIZE
Conradiana is pleased to announce the annual J. H. Stape Conradiana Prize for the best essay published each year in the journal. The prize is accompanied by $250 US for first place. Each year, the General Editor will select three finalists and ask the Executive Board to rank the essays. After receiving the scores from the Board members, the General Editor will tally the scores to determine a winner.
Paul Armstrong (Brown University)
Laurence Davies, President of the Joseph Conrad Society (UK)
Christopher GoGwilt (Fordham University)
Robert Hampson (University of London)
Jeremy Hawthorn (University of Trondheim)
Nidesh Lawtoo (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven)
Jakob Lothe (University of Oslo)
Zdzislaw Najder (Centre for Eastern Studies)
Peter Lancelot Mallios (University of Maryland - College Park)
Hillis Miller (University of California, Irvine)
Brian Richardson (University of Maryland - College Park)
Debra Romanick Baldwin (University of Dallas)
Stephen Ross (University of Victoria)
Richard Ruppel (Chapman University)
Josiane Paccaud-Huguet (University of Lyon)
Cedric Watts (University of Sussex)
Andrea White (California State University, Dominguez Hills)
Essays must cite a major authoritative edition of Conrad’s works (such as the Cambridge Edition of the Works of Joseph Conrad; the Uniform edition of the Collected Works of Joseph Conrad (Doubleday or Dent edition); or the most recent editions of the Modern Library, Broadview, Norton Critical, Oxford, or Penguin editions of Conrad’s works), as approved by the General Editor of Conradiana.
Submissions should be double-spaced throughout and follow the MLA Manual of Style. Manuscripts may be submitted electronically (preferred) as a Microsoft Word file (or in a compatible format) to John G. Peters, General Editor, at [email protected] Authors preferring to submit a hard copy may do so by sending their work to the Editor at 1155 Union Circle, #311307, Department of English, University of North Texas, Denton, TX 76203-5017. Essays submitted to the journal will be sent to two external referees, whose anonymous reports will be shared with the submitting author.
Correspondence should be directed to the General Editor, except in the case of subscriptions and other business matters, which should be addressed to Texas Tech University Press sales office, Lubbock, TX 79409-1037. Books for review should be sent to Ellen Burton Harrington, Book Review Editor, Department of English, University of South Alabama, 5991 USA Drive, N., Room 240, Mobile, AL 36688 ([email protected]).
Duke University Press will handle TTU Press journal subscription fulfillment for Conradiana starting on October 26, 2020. From Oct. 8 through Oct. 25, we will not have an online payment option for this journal as we make this transition. Please return to purchase this subscription online after Oct. 25, or email Managing Director Joanna Conrad [email protected] for other ordering options.
Rates for 2020 volume year:
$64.00 Individuals | $120.00 Institutions
$91.00 Individuals | $164.00 Institutions
Selected back issues available. To inquire about back order availability and pricing, please contact TTU Press at [email protected].