The fall 2014 issue of The Oswald Review is now available.
In its 16th year, TOR is an international refereed journal of undergraduate research and criticism in the discipline of English.
Volume XVI features essays in literary studies by students at five universities: Regis University in Denver, Colorado; Seton Hall University in New Jersey; Shepherd University in West Virginia; Samford University in Alabama; and Lincoln College, University of Oxford in the United Kingdom.
Submissions are screened by an editorial board composed of faculty at the University of Tennessee at Martin, Winthrop University, Simpson University, the University of Maine and the College of Charleston.
The journal’s founding editor is Dr. Tom Mack, G.L. Toole Professor of English at USC Aiken; the associate editor is Dr. Douglas Higbee.
Each volume of The Oswald Review is produced with the help of an editorial intern; this year’s editorial assistant is Sarah Chatelain, a USC Aiken junior majoring in English.
For full-text copies of all articles published in The Oswald Review, visit www.scholarcommons.sc.edu.
Fall issue of Oswald Review now available
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