ESC: English Studies in Canada

The mandate of ESC is "to reflect the discipline back to itself." The journal publishes articles that make a clear and original contribution to scholarly and theoretical debates of current interest and ongoing significance to members of the discipline of English Studies, as well as related fields of inquiry. ESC welcomes submissions on literature, language, culture, and theory. We are particularly interested in contributions that adopt an interdisciplinary approach or reflect the turn to cultural studies, submissions which make excellent and rigorous use of more traditional scholarly methodologies, and submissions which address emergent areas of the discipline. ESC’s goal is to be a venue of first-choice for publication and internationally recognized as one of the leading journals in the discipline of English Studies.



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ESC: English Studies in Canada is proud to be at the forefront of the movement towards Open Access publishing. Our presence here on OJS is designed to take us in that direction. For the time being, the journal will be available under the restriction of a six-month moving wall. You'll find the table of contents for our most recently available issue below; to find issues as far back as Volume 29, 2003, follow the links to the right, or click on "Archives" above.  
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Vol 38, No 2 (2012)

Table of Contents

Readers' Forum

Cynicism and /as Academic Citizenship - Introduction PDF
Robert Zacharias 1-3
Cynicism, the Heuristic Pharmakon PDF
Mark McCutcheon 4-7
A Defense of Publicity PDF
Frank Davey 8-12
Liminal States and Provisional Citizens PDF
Brad Congdon 13-16
Between Hope and Cynicism: A Dogged Call to Action PDF
Erin Wunker 17-20
Academic Citizen Subjects PDF
Lily Cho 21-24


Authorship, Genre, and Copyright in the Romantic Period - Introduction Abstract PDF
Anthony John Harding 25-28
Publishers, “Pirates,” and the Formation of Regency Authorship Abstract PDF
Ronald Tetreault 29-48
Authorship in Eighteen Hundred and Eleven: An Integral Approach Abstract PDF
Robert K. Lapp 49-70
The Cento, Romanticism, and Copyright Abstract PDF
Mark A. McCutcheon 71-101
On Selecting Irving Layton’s Seductive Invective; or, an Addendum to Trehearne Abstract PDF
George Elliott Clarke 103-135
Recountings: On Dickens’s Financial Memory Abstract PDF
Sara Malton 137-156
“ You are one of us”: Communities of Marginality, V ulnerability, and Secrecy in Margaret Atwood’s Alias Grace Abstract PDF
Maria J. Lopez 157-177
“We call that treaty ground”: The Representation of Aboriginal Land Disputes in Wayland Drew’s Halfway Man and M. T. Kelly’s A Dream Like Mine Abstract PDF
Jessica Langston 179-197

Book Reviews

Book Reviews PDF
Book Reviews 19-224

ISSN: 1913-4835