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Brill / Rodopi Neo-Victorian Series: Proposals for edited collections

Deadline: 15 Oct 2017

The series’ editors invite proposals for future edited collections (2019-2020) to map emergent, prominent, and critically underrepresented strands of neo-Victorian literature and culture. In particular, we would welcome themed proposals on the following subjects:

* Neo-Victorian Ecologies & Environmental Ethics
* Neo-Victorian Cosmopolitanism
* Neo-Victorian Postcolonialities
* Neo-Victorian Journeys and Travels
* Neo-Victorian Geographies
* Neo-Victorian World-Building
* Neo-Victorian Animals and Human-Animal Relations
* Neo-Victorian Mad Doctors, Asylums, and Insanities
* Neo-Victorian Law, Justice, and Punishment
* Neo-Victorian Exoticism
* Neo-Victorian Steampunk
* Neo-Victorian Slavery Narratives
* Neo-Victorian Fantasy
* The Neo-Victorian Western
* The Neo-Victorian Romance
* Neo-Victorian Horror
* Neo-Victorian Survival Narratives
* Neo-Victorian Alternative Histories
* Neo-Victorian Queer Histories
* Neo-Victorian Emigration and Settler Narratives

Please direct expressions of interest, accompanied by an abstract of ca. 500 words, brief biographical details, and a draft CFP, to the Series Editors. In your covering email, please include an indication of artists/authors and texts to be covered, as well as details of potential contributors and any already secured contributions.

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Last updated: 21 Aug 2017



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