South Central Review
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|S. Central Rev.|
Johns Hopkins University Press (United States)
The South Central Review is an academic journal established in 1984 and the official publication of the South Central Modern Language Association. It is an eclectic, interdisciplinary journal, publishing a wide range of material including literary criticism, philosophy, history, politics, film studies, and debates on cultural topics. The journal often prints special issues focusing on narrower themes. The current editor is Richard J. Golsan (Texas A&M University).
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