Romance, Revolution & Reform
Conference Call for Papers now open:
Feeling in the Long C19
Issue 4 now live
Post Print No. 9 now available
NEWS & EVENTS
PGR Board Member Recruitment
Deadline 11.59pm GMT
Send all applications and questions
to Editor-in-Chief, Gemma Holgate,
RRR 'Radical Roundtables'
A series of four virtual roundtables
on radical nineteenth-century themes including 'Radical Gender and Sexuality', and 'Radical Working Class Poetry'
Launch of RRR Issue 4
Click here for more details.
SCNR Seminar 16:00 BST
Professor Heather Williams, University of Wales Trinity Saint Davids, 'French Celtomaniacs in Wales in the long nineteenth century'
The September Issue of our Newsletter '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. Founded in 2017 by Zack White and Katie Holdway, it adopts an Open Access policy and is dedicated to supporting postgraduates, in addition to publishing papers by established academics.
The editorial team are committed to the publication of intellectually stimulating new research into the Long Nineteenth 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
POLICIES & SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
Before submitting an article or review to RRR, please take the time to familiarise yourself with our submission guidelines and our policies, including our copyright regulations.