Postgraduate English: A Journal and Forum for Postgraduates in English
Durham University’s Postgraduate English is a professionally reviewed journal for postgraduate students of English. We have been publishing postgraduate research biannually since the year 2000. It is published on Open Journal Systems, so all submissions are indexed and locatable through scholarly and library search engines.
We publish full-length scholarly articles on all areas of English literature and related disciplines, peer-reviewed by our editorial board of established academics, and book reviews.
In addition, we also invite reflections on postgraduate teaching and academic careers. They can be added to the Forum section on a related website, including interviews with academics, in which recently appointed academics discuss how they made the transition from Postgraduate to paid academic, and teaching tips and anecdotes. We are also happy to publish details of conferences or colloquia aimed at postgraduates.
No 32 (2016): Spring
Table of Contents
|‘Man is the Measure’: The Individual and the Tribe in Modernist Representations of the Primitive|
|Voli Me Tangere: Touch and Tenderness in the Lady Chatterley Novels|
|Bridging Music and Language in Samuel Beckett’s Ghost Trio and Nacht und Träume|
|Imagined Surfaces: the ‘Undetermined Capacity’ in Henry James|
|Engaging with David Foster Wallace’s Hideous Men|