diacritics journal turns 50

To celebrate its 50th birthday this year, diacritics:A Review of Contemporary Criticism, has launched an anniversary blog series. Board members sent an open call for submissions to the diacritics blog to former contributors, authors, and editors alike.

“The idea was to get people who have contributed to diacritics in the past to talk about their experience with the journal, and how they got involved with it, and how their thinking on their writings has evolved over time,” said Hannah Miller M.A. ’13 Ph.D.’17, managing editor. “We wanted to ask people to reflect on how things have changed and what the journal meant to them.”

The Journal has editorial offices in the Department of Romance Studies and embraces a plurality of theoretical approaches and critical perspectives. It’s available in both hard copy and online on the journal’s website, via Project Muse and is edited by Miller and Karen Pinkus, professor of Italian and comparative literature.

Read more about the Journal and its 50th anniversary celebration on the Romance Studies website.

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