George Orwell Studies is an annual, paperback, academic, peer-reviewed journal, It aims to carry a range of scholarly articles:
The journal aims to have at least one paper every issue looking at Orwell from an international perspective.
- on Orwell’s life and works and related Orwellian themes (fully referenced and of roughly 6,000 words);
- shorter articles (of, say, 3,000 words);
- polemical pieces (where appropriate);
- interviews with Orwell scholars and others;
- a reviews section looking at biographies and studies of his work, at new editions of his work – and stage, TV, radio and film adaptions;
- news items.
Richard Lance Keeble, Professor of Journalism at the University of Lincoln, chair of the Orwell Society, editor of two books on Orwell and author of a number of essays on his life and writings.
John Newsinger, Professor of Modern History at Bath Spa University, author of Orwell’s Politics (1999) and of a number of essays on Orwell’s life and writings.
Paul Anderson, Visiting Fellow, University Campus Suffolk
Luke Seaber, Tutor in Modern European Culture, Undergraduate Preparatory Certificate in the Humanities, Centre for Languages and International Education (CLIE), University College London
Kristin Bluemel (Monmouth University, New Jersey)
Tim Crook (Goldsmiths College, University of London)
Peter Marks (University of Sydney)
Marina Remy (Paris Sorbonne)
Jean Seaton (University of Westminster)
Peter Stansky (Stanford University, US)
D. J. Taylor (author, journalist, biographer of Orwell)
Florian Zollmann (Newcastle University)
Professor Richard Lance Keeble email@example.com
Professor John Newsinger firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Luke Seaber email@example.com
See current subscriptions information here (subscriptions.pdf)
Style for contributors
Style guidelines for papers (GOS_style.pdf)
Style for reviews (GOS_BookReviews_style.pdf)