Academic journal article Nineteenth-Century Prose

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Academic journal article Nineteenth-Century Prose

From the Editor

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The Spring 2009 issue of Nineteenth-Century Prose (Volume 36, Number 1) is a special issue on William Hazlitt, guest-edited by James Mulvihili, who will join the Editorial Board of this journal beginning with the next issue. With the recent addition to the Editorial Board of Jan Stievermann from the University of Ttibingen, and the continuing long-standing member Martin Hewitt from Trinity and All Saints, University of Leeds, and the addition of Jim Mulvihill from the University of Alberta, the Board is gradually beginning to reflect the internationalist, transatlantic, and global perspectives that have become increasingly common in the humanities disciplines for quite some time.

Recent international perspectives in scholarship are further reflected in the make-up of the participants in this special Issue on Hazlitt: four Canadian scholars, two British, and three American. And Duncan Wu's "Hazlitt, Stendhal, and the British Romantics" reflects the kind of circulation of influence that is especially congenial to the international, interdisciplinary focus of Nineteenth-Century Prose, whether between the British Isles and the Continent or between the United States and the continent. …

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