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Associate editor, Corvey Women Writers 1796- 1834 on the Web (CW3): The Journal of the Corvey Project

Batchelor, J. (ed.) (2004) Associate editor, Corvey Women Writers 1796- 1834 on the Web (CW3): The Journal of the Corvey Project , Sheffield, UK Sheffield Hallam Corvey Project, Sheffield Hallam University

Record type: Monograph (Project Report)


CW3 Journal is a peer-refereed web-publication offering an exciting new forum for research into Romantic-era writing by women. The CW3 Journal is also designed to publicise and support its sister project, the Corvey Women Writers on the Web database. Published twice yearly, CW3 Journal features new critical and contextual material which engages with the authors and texts in the database. Typically CW3 Journal will publish research which contributes to our understanding of lesser known authors and works from the period and of their relationship to the established literary and cultural landscape, or which contributes generally to our understanding of women and print culture. In addition CW3 will publish short new biographies, bibliographies, contemporary reviews and memoirs, images, synopses and key-word descriptions relating to the authors and texts which feature in the database. Both the Journal and the Database are part of the Sheffield Hallam Corvey Project.

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Published date: 2004
Keywords: mesteem


Local EPrints ID: 12080
PURE UUID: a59ca7ce-7058-488c-9109-6252564d01e9

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Date deposited: 05 Jan 2005
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 17:03

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