ABOUT US

Romance, Revolution and Reform is an interdisciplinary PGR-led  journal on the 19th Century, run in association with the Southampton Centre for Nineteenth-Century Research.

The Journal is committed to helping new researchers publish their work in addition to acting as a forum for the discussion of new ideas in the field of Nineteenth-Century Studies.

ISSN 2517-7850

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Editor in Chief: Katie Holdway

Deputy Editor: Emma Hills

University of Southampton, UK

SO17 1BJ

Email: RRR@soton.ac.uk

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Romance, Revolution & Reform

Issue 2 Out Now!

Call for Submissions for Issue 3 now live

NEWS & EVENTS
12/04/20

 

RRR Call for Submissions for Issue 3:  

Call for article submissions for Issue 3 closes on 12th April 2020

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22/04/20

SCNR Public Lecture: 

When London cried: Life and work on the city street

Wednesday, 22nd April 2020:

16:00 - 18:00

Dr Oskar Cox Jensen

University of Southampton, Avenue Campus

Building 65, Room 1097

Join us for a free, fascinating lecture by a leading authority on this topic!

20/05/20

SCNR Symposium

Wednesday, 20th May 2020:

11:00 - 15:00

University of Southampton, Avenue Campus

Room 1177

Full details to follow.

The first issue of newletter 'Post-Print' is out now. 

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WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF NINETEENTH CENTURY RESEARCH

Romance, Revolution and Reform is an innovative PGR-led journal based at the University of Southampton. It adopts an Open Access policy and is dedicated to supporting Post-Graduates, in addition to publishing papers by established academics. 

 

The editorial team are committed to the publication of intellectually stimulating new research into the long 19th Century (1789-1914) within any humanities or social sciences discipline.

 

The Journal particularly aims to assist new researchers and early career academics in publishing their latest findings. For more information on RRR's policies, our latest issue and how to publish with us, please click on the links below, or email us at RRR@soton.ac.uk

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