|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 remains among the top Scottish literature journals internationally, publishing new research and critical debate on all periods of Scottish literature.
This issue includes a new SSL symposium, on Insurrections, with an introduction by Tony Jarrells and an afterword by Christopher Whatley; this is followed by four full articles, two briefer notes, a book review by Andrew Hook, and the section on Books Noted & Received. Previous issues , including the recent SSL 45.2, with the symposium, on Religion & Scottish Literary Criticism, and its afterword by Crawford Gribben, remain available through the browse link on the left of this page.
Submissions are invited for future issues; information and guidance about submitting articles is given on the Aims and Scope page (linked on the left); further detail is given under Rights and Permissions. The journal is published both in digital and print format, with free full-text access for the entire journal run (vols. 1-46.1, 1963-2020). Since August 2012, the site has totaled over 350,000 full-text article downloads. The link on this page for Print Subscriptions also provides information about three related series, Scottish Poetry Reprints, South Carolina Scottish Literature Studies, and an occasional series publishing special lectures.
Current Issue: Volume 46, Issue 1 (2020)
Afterword: 'A Wrong-Resenting People': Writing Insurrectionary Scotland
Christopher A. Whatley
Paper Monuments: the Latin Elegies of Thomas Chambers, Almoner to Cardinal Richelieu
Kelsey Jackson Williams