|Founding Editor (vols. 1–36):||G. Ross Roy, University of South Carolina|
|Editor (from vol. 37):||Patrick Scott, University of South Carolina|
|Editor (from vol. 37):||Tony Jarrells, University of South Carolina|
Studies in Scottish Literature, founded in 1963 and based at the University of South Carolina since 1965, was the first refereed scholarly journal in its field, and it remains among the top Scottish literature journals internationally, publishing new research and critical debate on all periods of Scottish literature. It is currently published twice a year, in both digital and print format, with free full-text access for the entire journal run (vols. 1-42, 1963-2016). Submissions are invited for future issues; please consult the Aims and Scope page before submitting.
Current Issue: Volume 42, Issue 2 (2016)
Introduction: Spatial Humanities and Scottish Studies
Eric Gidal and Michael Gavin
Spatial Humanities and Memory Studies: Mapping Edinburgh in the First Age of the Enlightenment
Murray Pittock and Craig Lamont
Curious Travellers: Thomas Pennant and the Welsh and Scottish Tour (1760-1820)
Alex Deans and Nigel Leask
Digital Literary Geography and the Difficulties of Locating 'Redgauntlet Country'
Christopher Donaldson, Sally Bushell, Ian N. Gregory, Joanna E. Taylor, and Paul Rayson
Topic Modeling and the Historical Geography of Scotland
Michael Gavin and Eric Gidal