Philological Quarterly

The Philological Quarterly is a peer-reviewed academic journal covering research on medieval European and modern literature and culture. It was established in 1922 by Hardin Craig.[1] The inaugural issue of the journal was made available at sixty cents per copy and included articles on Chaucer, Henry Fielding, and Shakespeare, among others. Berthold Ullman served with three colleagues on the original board of associate editors.[2] Bill Kupersmith guided the journal through disciplinary reorganizations and changing academic norms during his thirty-year service as editor of the journal.[3]

Philological Quarterly
DisciplineMedieval studies, literature
LanguageEnglish
Edited byEric Gidal
Publication details
History1922-present
Publisher
University of Iowa, Department of English (United States)
FrequencyQuarterly
Standard abbreviations
ISO 4Philol. Q.
Indexing
ISSN0031-7977
LCCN27013435
OCLC no.1762267
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The current editor-in-chief is Eric Gidal.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ John C. Gerber, Carolyn B. Brown, James Kaufmann. A pictorial history of the University of Iowa. University of Iowa Press, 2005. Page 110.
  2. ^ "Front Matter," Philological Quarterly 1 (1922).
  3. ^ Editorial Statement

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