Joyce Studies Annual New Co-editors Announcement: Accepting Submissions as of September 1, 2023
We are pleased to announce that the new co-editors of Joyce Studies Annual beginning in 2023 are Keri Walsh and Christopher GoGwilt.
In summer of 2022, Fordham University Press released the Ulysses centenary issue of Joyce Studies Annual (JSA), edited by Moshe Gold and Keri Walsh. It features a diverse array of challenging and captivating pieces on every episode of Ulysses.
Now, following a year’s hiatus to complete the centenary issue, Joyce Studies Annual is accepting submissions as of September 1, 2023. We’re excited to renew and extend the journal’s scholarly service to Joyce studies and to continue our collaboration with Fordham University Press for editorial, production, distribution, and marketing. Under the new editorial direction of co-editors Keri Walsh and Christopher GoGwilt, the journal is committed to publishing essays by recognized scholars and emerging voices. JSA seeks to nurture a diverse range of creative and scholarly work intersecting with Joyce studies.
Keri Walsh, who is Professor of English and Director of Fordham’s Institute of Irish Studies, took over as editor of JSA with the departure of Philip Sicker in 2021. Walsh co-edited with Moshe Gold the 2022 Ulysses Centenary Edition of JSA. She is editor of The Letters of Sylvia Beach (Columbia University Press, 2010), the Broadview Press edition of Dubliners (2016), and the 2020 Oxford World’s Classics edition of Exiles and is currently at work on a history of the Shakespeare and Company bookstore.
Christopher GoGwilt, who will take over from Moshe Gold as co-editor as of 2023, is a scholar of modernist studies whose 2011 book, The Passage of Literature, was awarded the Modernist Studies Association prize and whose most recent book, The K-Effect: Romanization, Modernism, and the Timing and Spacing of Print Culture, is forthcoming from Fordham University Press in December 2023. He is Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Fordham.
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