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Monsters and the Monstrous is a biannual peer reviewed global journal that serves to explore the broad concept of “The Monster” and “The Monstrous” from a multifaceted inter-disciplinary perspective.
Monsters and the Monstrous is a biannual peer reviewed global journal that serves to explore the broad concept of “The Monster” and “The Monstrous” from a multifaceted inter-disciplinary perspective. The journal publishes work that seeks to investigate and assess the enduring influence and imagery of monsters and the monstrous on human culture throughout history. In particular, the journal will have a dual focus with the intention of examining specific ‘monsters’ as well as evaluating the role, function and consequences of persons, actions or events identified as ‘monstrous’. The history and contemporary cultural influences of monsters and monstrous metaphors will also be examined.
Perspectives are sought from those engaged in the fields of literature, media studies, cultural studies, history, anthropology, philosophy, psychology, sociology, health and theology. Ideas are welcomed from those involved in academic study, fictional explorations, and applied areas (e.g. youth work, criminology and medicine).Volume 1, Number 1, Table of Contents (pdf) (97,41 KB)
Paul L Yoder
(Truman State University, USA)
Peter Mario Kreuter
(Südost-Institut, Regensburg, Germany)
Sorcha Ni Fhlainn (Reviews)
(Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland)
Pennsylvania State University, USA
Haverford College, Philadelphia, USA
University of Calgary, Canada
Saint Louis University, USA
Grant MacEwan College, Canada
Brock University, Canada
Contributions to the journal should be original and not under consideration for other publications at the same time as they are under consideration for this publication. Submissions are to be made electronically wherever possible using either Microsoft® Word or .rtf format.
Articles - 5,000 – 7,000 words.
Reflections, reports and responses - 1,000 – 3,000 words.
Book reviews - 500 – 4,000 words.
Other forms of contributions are welcome.
Send submissions via e-mail using the following Subject Line:
‘Journal: Contribution Type (article/review/...): Author Surname’
Submissions E-Mail Address:
Submissions will be acknowledged within 48 hours of receipt.
Style Sheets: all submissions should be formatted in accordance with the journal style sheets.
Download Table of Contents (pdf)
There may also be one special focus edition each year, connected to the Monsters and the Monstrous project conference and published in December. The special edition price is not included in the subscription rates.
Individual subscriptions are £39.95 for 2 editions per year.
Institutional subscriptions are £79.95 for 2 editions per year.
Single Issue purchaese are £25.95 per edition.
Postage in the UK is free. Postage for Europe and Rest of the World is charged at a single edition cost.
Dr Rob Fisher
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