Latest issue of Peer English - our online journal for early career researchers - is now available.

Posted by hl11 at Jun 01, 2018 09:37 AM |

 

The contents of this issue reflect the wide reach of PEER, and confirm it as a platform for the best new writing in English literature criticism and pedagogy across time periods and disciplinary boundaries.

Barbara Cooke and Ben Parsons: Introduction

Yun Pei: Exile at Home — Anxiety and Aspiration in Wordsworth’s ‘Home at Grasmere’

Jeremy Diaper: Must England’s Beauty Perish?: The Literary Ruralism of the Criterion

Suzannah V. Evans: ‘Let’s take a walk’: Frank O’Hara the Flâneur

Richard Vytniorgu: Democracy in English Education: The Future of the English PhD

Tommi Kakko: A Note on the Nashe Problem

We at PEER believe that innovation and adventure are to be rewarded and are delighted to publish five essays in literary criticism and pedagogy that celebrate the wide, interdisciplinary reach of emerging and mid-career English scholars.
Barbara Cooke and Ben Parsons
May 2018