About

Studies in Romanticism was founded in 1961 by David Bonnell Green at a time when it was still possible to wonder whether “romanticism” was a term worth theorizing (as Morse Peckham deliberated in the first essay of the first number). It seemed that it was, and, ever since, SiR (as it is known to abbreviation) has flourished under a fine succession of editors: Edwin Silverman, W. H. Stevenson, Charles Stone III, Michael Cooke, Morton Paley, David Wagenknecht (1978-2010), and Charles Rzepka. Ever since the tradition founded by Morton Paley, the journal has published thematically-controlled “special issues,” as well as miscellanies, and many of these issues have been especially fortunate in including cutting-edge work by young scholars.

CHARLES RZEPKA, EDITOR
JOSEPH REZEK, ASSOCIATE EDITOR
DEBORAH SWEDBERG, MANAGING EDITOR
JONATHAN MULROONEY, BOOK REVIEW EDITOR

KAREN M. CONLEY, CIRCULATION MANAGER

MARY REILLY, DESIGNER

KAREN E. GUENDEL, SENIOR EDITORIAL ASSISTANT
TALIA VESTRI CROAN, EDITORIAL ASSISTANT

 

ADVISORY BOARD

Hazard Adams
Alan Bewell
David Bromwich
Marshall Brown
Martin Butlin
Julie Carlson
James Chandler
Jeffrey Cox
Mary Favret
Kevin Gilmartin
Nancy Goslee
Claudia Johnson
Kenneth R. Johnston
Theresa Kelley
Greg Kucich
Peter J. Manning
Morton D. Paley
Alan Richardson
James Samson