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Department of English, Georgia State University

Website: http://www.gsu.edu/

Located in the heart of downtown Atlanta, Georgia State is the only urban research university in Georgia. Georgia State University offers educational opportunities for traditional and nontraditional students at both the graduate and undergraduate levels by blending the best of theoretical and applied inquiry, scholarly and professional pursuits, and scientific and artistic expression. The Department of English is one of the largest and most vibrant departments at GSU, with 45 full-time faculty, more than 500 undergraduate majors, and almost 300 graduate students. The GSU English Department has two journals that are included in Project MUSE.


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Eudora Welty Review

Vol. 1 (2009) through current

In 2009, the Eudora Welty Newsletter metamorphosed into the peer-reviewed Eudora Welty Review, an annual journal published each April. The inaugural issue contained essays chosen from past Eudora Welty Newsletters. Since then, the Eudora Welty Review has published lengthier scholarly essays andbook reviews; each volume includes a news and notes section, textual analyses, checklists, and new archival materials. EWR is an invaluable resource for both Welty scholars and lovers of Welty's work.

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Studies in the Literary Imagination

Vol. 44 (2011) through current issue

Studies in the Literary Imagination is a biannual scholarly journal focusing on special topics in literature. SLI enjoys a worldwide audience with contributing editors and authors who are considered the leaders in their fields. SLI is unique among scholarly journals in that it relies on an editorial committee to review proposals from potential guest editors, who then invite scholars to contribute articles exploring different aspects of a particular theme. One of the favorable distinctions resulting from this practice is that each issue is topic driven; in this sense, SLI serves more as a monograph series than as a typical journal.

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