Canadian Literature February 2, 2009Posted by hyperboreapoetry in Revistas Impresas.
Tags: Canada, Crítica, Ensayo, Narrativa, Poemas, Poesía, Poetas, Política
Info: In 2009 Canadian Literature will celebrate its 50th anniversary. Since 1959, five editors have shaped the content and development of Canadian Literature and the journal has grown and evolved, reflecting the changes in Canadian society and in literary studies. Scholarship has become more specialized, eclectic, and international, and so has the journal. More contributors are now women, and more submissions are concerned with women writers. Ethnicity has become a recurrent theme reflecting Canada’s increasingly multicultural population. The size of the journal has increased in order to accommodate the range of research and the much larger number of books being published in and about Canada. In 1988, Canadian Literature became the first and only journal to win the Gabrielle Roy Prize for best English book-length studies in Canadian and Québec literary criticism
Editor: Margery Fee
Periodicidad: Cuatro veces por año
Archivo Digital: Gran parte de los poemas y de los artículos tiene una versión digital sin costo.