Deadline for submissions: April 15th 2021
Contact email: Holly.Nelson@twu.ca
Studies in Hogg and his World invites submissions for the next double issue of the journal (29-30) which is currently scheduled for publication in the Fall of 2021.
Academic articles, pedagogical papers, or notes on any aspect of the life or writings of James Hogg or his contemporaries are welcome. In terms of pedagogical papers, we are especially interested in how the writings of Hogg are made relevant or significant to students in the contemporary classroom.
If you wish to review a book for the journal, please contact the editor, Dr. Holly Faith Nelson (Holly.Nelson@twu.ca).
Studies in Hogg and his World is a double-blind peer reviewed journal. Therefore, all articles, pedagogical papers, and notes submitted will undergo the double-blind peer review process.
About Studies in Hogg and his World
Studies in Hogg and his World was established in 1990. Its founding editor was Dr Gillian Hughes, the eminent James Hogg scholar, author of James Hogg: A Life (Oxford University Press, 2007), and editor, co-editor, or associate editor of a great many volumes of Hogg’s works for the Stirling / South Carolina Research Edition of the Collected Works of James Hogg. Dr Hughes edited twenty-one issues of Studies in Hogg in his World before handing over the editorship in 2010 to Dr Hans de Groot (1939-2019), Professor Emeritus of the University of Toronto, the editor of the Stirling / South Carolina edition of James Hogg’s Highland Journeys, and author of scholarly articles and book chapters on Hogg’s works. With the passing of Dr de Groot in 2019, the editorship was taken up by Dr Holly Faith Nelson, Professor and Chair of English at Trinity Western University, co-editor, with Dr. Sharon Alker, of James Hogg and the Literary Marketplace: Scottish Romanticism and the Working-Class Author (Ashgate, 2009; Routledge, 2018), and co-author, with Dr Alker, of a series of articles and book chapters on the life and works of James Hogg published over the past two decades.
Professor Sharon Alker (Whitman College)
Dr Paul Barnaby (University of Edinburgh)
Professor Ian Campbell (University of Edinburgh)
Professor Ian Duncan (University of California Berkeley)
Professor Angela Esterhammer (University of Toronto)
Professor Peter Garside (University of Edinburgh)
Dr Suzanne Gilbert (University of Stirling)
Dr Robin MacLachlan (Treasurer, James Hogg Society)
Professor Anthony Mandal (University of Wales, Cardiff)
Professor Silvia Mergenthal (University of Konstanz)
Professor Holly Faith Nelson (Trinity Western University)
Dr Meiko O’Halloran (University of Newcastle)
Professor Murray Pittock (University of Glasgow)
Professor Patrick Scott (University of South Carolina)
Professor Fiona Stafford (Somerville College, University of Oxford)
Professor Graham Tulloch (Flinders University)