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Steinbeck Studies

Vol. 15 (2004) - vol. 16 (2005)

After volume 16, this title was absorbed by Steinbeck Review and is no longer published.

Steinbeck Studies is the authorized publication on the life and works fo John Steinbeck. It publishes scholarly articles, essays, photographs, notes, book and performance review, and contemporary references about the author. Manuscripts are subject to blind peer review. Steinbeck Studies is issued twice yearly and includes a membership in the Steinbeck Society. Members will be informed of panels at the American Literature Association as well as events sponsored by the Center for Steinbeck Studies and the National Steinbeck Center.

Published by: The Martha Heasley Cox Center for Steinbeck Studies


E-ISSN: 1551-6903
Print ISSN: 0898-7734

Editorial Board

Volume 16, Number 1 and 2, Spring 2005

Editor

Susan Shillinglaw, Ph.D., Director, Martha Heasley Cox Center for Steinbeck Studies San Jose State University

Editorial Assistants

Barbara Zimbalist
Katharine Rodger

Bibliographer

Greta Manville

Subscriptions

Mary Schierman, University of Idaho Press

Steinbeck Society Membership

Susan Shillinglaw

Editorial Board

Jackson Benson, San Diego State University
Robert DeMott, Ohio University
Celeste D. Wald, National Steinbeck Center
John Ditsky, University of Windsor
Chris Fink, San Jose State University
Mimi Gladstein, University of Texas, El Paso
Jack Hicks, University of California, Davis
Michael Kowalewski, Carleton College
Robert Morsberger, California State Polytechnic University, Pamona
Scott Pugh, Fukuoka Women's College, Japan
John Seelye, University of Florida, Tallahassee
Thom Steinbeck
Greta Manville, Independent scholar
Katie Rodger, University of California, Davis

Volume 15, Number 2, Fall 2004

    Editor

    Susan Shillinglaw, Ph.D., Director, Martha Heasley Cox Center for Steinbeck Studies San Jose State University

    Editorial Assistants

    Barbara Zimbalist
    Katharine Rodger

    Bibliographer

    Greta Manville

    Subscriptions

    Mary Schierman, University of Idaho Press

    Steinbeck Society Membership

    Susan Shillinglaw

    Editorial Board

    Jackson Benson, San Diego State University
    Robert DeMott, Ohio University
    Celeste D. Wald, National Steinbeck Center
    John Ditsky, University of Windsor
    Chris Fink, San Jose State University
    Mimi Gladstein, University of Texas, El Paso
    Jack Hicks, University of California, Davis
    Michael Kowalewski, Carleton College
    Robert Morsberger, California State Polytechnic University, Pamona
    Scott Pugh, Fukuoka Women's College, Japan
    John Seelye, University of Florida, Tallahassee
    Thom Steinbeck
    Greta Manville, Independent scholar
    Katie Rodger, University of California, Davis

Volume 15, Number 1, Spring 2004

    Editor

    Susan Shillinglaw, Ph.D., Director, Martha Heasley Cox Center for Steinbeck Studies San Jose State University

    Editorial Assistants

    Barbara Zimbalist
    Katharine Rodger

    Bibliographer

    Greta Manville

    Subscriptions

    Mary Schierman, University of Idaho Press

    Steinbeck Society Membership

    Susan Shillinglaw

    Editorial Board

    Jackson Benson, San Diego State University
    Robert DeMott, Ohio University
    Celeste D. Wald, National Steinbeck Center
    John Ditsky, University of Windsor
    Chris Fink, San Jose State University
    Mimi Gladstein, University of Texas, El Paso
    Jack Hicks, University of California, Davis
    Michael Kowalewski, Carleton College
    Robert Morsberger, California State Polytechnic University, Pamona
    Scott Pugh, Fukuoka Women's College, Japan
    John Seelye, University of Florida, Tallahassee
    Thom Steinbeck
    Greta Manville, Independent scholar
    Katie Rodger, University of California, Davis

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