Romantik. Journal for the Study of Romanticisms is a multidisciplinary journal dedicated to the study of romantic-era cultural productions and concepts. The journal promotes innovative research across disciplinary borders. It aims to advance new historical discoveries, forward-looking theoretical insights and cutting-edge methodological approaches. The articles range over the full variety of cultural practices, including the written word, visual arts, history, philosophy, religion, and theatre during the romantic period (c. 1780-1840). But contributions to the discussion of pre- or post-romantic representations are also welcome. Since the romantic era was characterized by an emphasis on the vernacular, the title of journal has been chosen to reflect the Germanic root of the word. But the journal is interested in all European romanticisms - and not least the connections and disconnections between them - hence, the use of the plural in the subtitle.
Romantik is a peer-reviewed journal supported by the Nordic Board for Periodicals in the Humanities and Social Sciences (NOP-HS).
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Romantik is a double blind peer-reviewed journal, published once a year. The journal promotes innovative research across disciplinary borders. It aims to advance new historical discoveries, forward-looking theoretical insights and cutting-edge methodological approaches.
The journal will occasionally send out calls for papers on a particular theme. The articles will be collected in thematic'special issues' that are intended to provide a space for focused attention on a current, developing or important area of study.
Each issue contains a review section, where we draw special attention to works published in the Nordic countries, as well as exhibitions with relevance to Romanticism.
Prof. Gísli Magnússon, University of Iceland
Prof. Benedikt Hjartarson, University of Iceland
Dr. Kim Simonsen, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Dr. Thor Mednick, Toledo University, USA
Prof. Marie-Louise Svane, University of Copenhagen
Dr. Marja Lahelma, University of Helsinki
Postdoc Sine Krogh, University of Southern Denmark
Charles Armstrong (University of Bergen)
Jacob Bøggild (University of Southern Denmark, Odense)
David Fairer (University of Leeds)
Karin Hoff (Georg-August-Universität Göttingen)
Stephan Michael Schröder (University of Cologne)
David Jackson (University of Leeds), Christoph Bode (LMU München)
Carmen Casaliggi (Cardiff Metropolitan University)
Gunilla Hermansson (University of Gothernburg)
Knut Ljøgodt (Tromsø)
Paula Henrikson (Uppsala University)
Dorthe Jørgensen (Aarhus University)
Joep Leerssen (University of Amsterdam)
Sebastian Ørtoft Rasmussen (Aarhus University, firstname.lastname@example.org)
Romantik: Journal for the Study of Romanticisms is published by Aarhus University Press. The publication is supported by the Nordic Board for Periodicals in the Humanities and Social Sciences and AU Ideas.