Special issue of the Journal of European Periodical Studies Vol 6 No 1 (2021): Women editors in Europe

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Marianne Van Remoortel, Julie M. Birkholz, Maria Alesina, Christina Bezari, Charlotte D'Eer, Eloise Forestier, Women Editors in Europe

Fionnuala Dillane, What is a Periodical Editor? Types, Models, Characters, and Women

Andrea Penso, Elisabetta Caminer Turra’s Editorial Strategies for Introducing English Novels in Italy through her Periodicals

Joanne Shattock, Mary Howitt and Howitt's Journal (1847–48)

Aisha Bazlamit, Aline Valette’s L’Harmonie sociale (1892–93): From Social Theory to Editorial Practice

Judit Acsády, Hungarian Feminist Periodicals as Alternative Public Spaces, 1907–18: Values, Networks, and Dissemination Strategies

Amelia Sanz-Cabrerizo, Lola Alvarez-Morales, Editorial Identities, Business Models, and Social Strategies: Spanish Women Editors in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries

Marie Nedregotten Sørbø, Fourfold Female: Birgithe Kühle’s Pioneer Norwegian Journal Provincial-Lecture (1794) and Her European Book Collection

Zsuzsa Török, Mother of Three and Widow of the Nation: The Hungarian Mrs Vachott (1828–96) as Protégé-Editor

Petra Bozsoki, Editorial Strategies of Hungarian Women Editors in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century

Zsolt Mészáros, The Magyar Bazár (1866–1904) and the Literary Salon Hosted by the Wohl Sisters in Budapest

Alicja Walczyna, Paulina Kuczalska-Reinschmit and Ster (1895–97, 1907–14): Editing at the Service of Polish Women’s Rights

ARTICLES

Johanne Slettvoll Kristiansen, Newspaper Debates in Late Eighteenth-Century England: ‘Letters to the Editor’ versus the Political Pamphlet

Liam Young, ‘A Fact in the History of the World’: The Vegetarian Advocate (1848‒50) and the Serialization of Life

REVIEWS

Leanne Rae Darnbrough, Review of Andrea Chiurato, ed., The Last Avant- Garde: Alternative and Anti-Establishment Reviews (1970–1979) (2019)

Bartholomew Brinkman, Review of Victoria Bazin, Modernism Edited: Marianne Moore and the Dial Magazine (2019)

Anna Gielas, Review of Hester Blum, The News at the Ends of the Earth: The Print Culture of Polar Exploration (2019)

Peter W. Sinnema, Review of Thomas Smits, The European Illustrated Press and the Emergence of a Transnational Visual Culture of the News, 1842–1870 (2020)

Special issue of the Journal of European Periodical Studies Vol 5 No 2 (2020): Independent Magazines Today

Guest-edited by Natasha Anderson, Sabina Fazli, and Oliver Scheiding.

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Sabina Fazli, Oliver Scheiding, Natasha Anderson. ‘Independent Magazines Today’, p. 1–11 PDF

Sabina Fazli, ‘Micro-Archives and the Survival of Print in Momma Tried and Sabat’, p. 12–30 PDF

Natasha Anderson, ‘Strolling the Streets to Discover the Cities: Cosmopolitan Collage in the Independent Magazine Flaneur’, p. 31–45 PDF

Oliver Scheiding, ‘Indie Magazines as Brands: Aesthetic Communication and Designing the Kinfolk Experience’, p. 26–59 PDF

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Despoina Gkogkou, ‘The Greek Middlebrow Magazine Μπουκέτο (1924‒46) and its Supplements’, p. 60–79 PDF

Eleanor Reed, ‘Romance in Woman’s Weekly and Woman’s Weekly as Romance, 1918–39’, p. 80-94 PDF

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Charlotte D’Eer, ‘Review of Volker Mergenthaler, Garderobenwechsel: ‘Das Fräulein von Scuderi’ in Taschenbuch, Lieferungswerk und Journal (1819–1871) (2018)’, p. 95–97 PDF

Alicia Montoya, ‘Review of Suzanne Dumouchel, Le Journal littéraire en France au dix-huitième siècle. Émergence d’une culture virtuelle (2016)’, p. 98-101 PDF

 Special issue of the Journal of European Periodical Studies Vol 4 No 2 (2019): Periodicals In-Between/Les Périodiques comme médiateurs

Guest-edited by Evanghelia Stead.

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Evanghelia Stead, Periodicals In-Between / Les Périodiques comme médiateurs

Alain Vaillant, La littérature, entre livre et périodique (19e–21e siècles)

Laurel Brake, Writing the Contemporary in the Periodical Press: Art and News 1893–1906

Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel, Internationalization through the Lens: Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Art Periodicals and Decentred Circulation

Poppy Sfakianaki, La revue Verve (1937–60): Un tremplin pour la carrière de Tériade dans les éditions d’art

Dounia Badini, Le Jeudi de la revue libanaise Shi‘r (1957–70): Un canal de médiologie du projet moderniste de Yûsuf al-Khâl (1917–87)

Fabio Guidali, Developing Middlebrow Culture in Fascist Italy: The Case of Rizzoli’s Illustrated Magazines

Marie-Ève Thérenty, L’esprit Gallimard: Stratégies médiatiques et dispositifs éditoriaux de Détective, Voilà et Marianne (1928–40)

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Charlotte D’Eer, Expanding Transnational Networks: The Impact of Internal Conflict on the Feminist Press in Dokumente der Frauen (1899–1902) and Neues Frauenleben (1902–17)

REVIEWS

Rio Matchett, Review of Catherine Clay, Time and Tide: The Feminist and Cultural Politics of a Modern Magazine (2018)

Nissa Ren Cannon, Review of Patrick Collier, Modern Print Artefacts: Textual Materiality and Literary Value in British Print Culture, 1890–1930s (2016)

Jolien Gijbels, Review of Megan Coyer, Literature and Medicine in the Nineteenth-Century Periodical Press: Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, 1817–1858 (2017)

Special issue of the Journal of European Periodical Studies Vol 5 No 1 (2020): Vol 5 No 1 (2020): What is Popular? Studies on the Press in Inter-War Europe

Guest-edited by Fabio Guidali and Gioula Koutsopanagou.

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Gioula Koutsopanagou, What is Popular? Studies on the Press in Interwar Europe: Popular Print as Historical Artefact

Martin Conboy, Aligning the Newspaper and the People: Defining the Popular in the British Press

Irene Piazzoni, Shaping a Weekly ‘For Everyone’: Italian Rotocalchi Entre-Deux-Guerres

24–42

Enrico Landoni, Propaganda and Information Serving the Italian Sports Movement: The Case of the Periodical Lo Sport Fascista (1928‒43)

Victoria Kuttainen, Books, Films, and Phonographs: Australian Interwar Magazines and the Intermediation of Historical New Media

James Whitworth, Visual Humour and the Pocket Cartoon: Osbert Lancaster and a Paradigm Shift in the British Press in the Interwar Years

Nicole Immig, Greek Illustrated Journals and the ‘Popular’ (1912‒24): In Quest for a New Research Approach

Fabio Guidali, Afterword: In the Eye of the Beholder? A Proposal for a Popular Culture Artefacts Checklist

REVIEWS

Andrew D. Hoyt, Review of Paolo Giovannetti, ed., Periodici del Novecento e del Duemila fra Avanguardie e Postmoderno (2018)

Fauve Vandenberghe, Review of Jennie Batchelor and Manushag N. Powell, eds, Women’s Periodicals and Print Culture in Britain, 1690–1820s (2018)

 

Now out: Garzone, G.; Logaldo, M.; Santulli, F. (eds.) 2020. Investigating Conflict Discourses in the Periodical Press. Bern/New York: Peter Lang.

The contributions collected in this book deal with the representation of conflict in the periodical press, which has often been an arena of adversarial stances, staged and enacted either within the same publication or enlarged to involve various newspapers and magazines in a series of provocations and replies. Underlying all the contributions is the awareness that the periodical press provides an ideal terrain for research on the discursive representation of conflict, having the prerogative to combine insight with a constant updating of the debate. The issue is approached in an interdisciplinary perspective, bringing linguistics and discourse analysis with Periodical Studies, hence highlighting the connection between language and ideology. The focus on lexical choices and rhetorical devices used to tackle current controversial issues such as Brexit, immigration, violence in sports, policies regarding health and food, women’s role and legal matters ultimately transcends national boundaries to become more widely representative of today’s discourses of conflict.

This volume is the outcome of the papers presented by linguists at the 6th ESPRit conference held in Milan in 2017. For more information, please visit the website of the publisher, www.peterlang.com.