Announcing the relaunch of RoN

As Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net begins its third decade, some major editorial changes recently took place this year with the arrival of Julia S. Carlson (University of Cincinnati), Matthew Sangster (University of Glasgow), Chris Bundock (University of Regina), and Nicholas Mason (Brigham Young University), who join the journal’s founding editor Michael E. Sinatra (Université de Montréal).

Under this new team, the journal was relaunched as Romanticism on the Net in the fall of 2017 with a special issue on Robert Southey (guest-edited by Tim Fulford and Matthew Sangster), to be followed by one on ‘Recollecting the Nineteenth-Century Museum’ (guest-edited by Sophie Thomas) in the spring of 2018.

Coinciding with these issues will be the debut of Digital Reviews, a new section of RoN dedicated to publicizing and evaluating the most important new digital scholarship by and for Romanticists, as well as NeuRoN: Digital Resources for Researching British Romanticism, a central, stable, thorough, and up-to-date catalog of digital resources for students and scholars of British Romanticism.