Nineteenth Century Theatre and Film

Editors: Jim Davis and Katherine Newey
1748-3727 (Print)
2048-2906 (Online)
Biannual (Summer and Winter)

Nineteenth Century Theatre & Film regularly publishes essays, documents, bibliographies and filmographies, book reviews, and review essays. The policy of the journal construes the term theatre comprehensively to include the various arts of performance which emerged over the long period from the Age of Revolution to the advent of sound motion pictures. Film is understood to include "pre-cinema" optical and narrative forms, "silent" motion pictures, and illusions. This journal considers narrative or variety entertainments from all countries and regions. Its scope embraces not only drama but dance, opera, music hall, circus, fairground entertainment, and other forms which implicate live audiences (actual, potential, or imaginary). The journal's emphasis on the value of primary materials is reflected in the publication of documents in photographic or critical facsimile and in annotated critical edition, carrying out the policy of contributing directly to the research needs of the working scholar.
Jim Davis and Kate Newey

Book Review Editor:

Heidi Holder (Theatre books), Victoria Duckett (Film books)

Advisory Editors:
Peter Bailey, University of Manitoba
Jacky Bratton, Royal Holloway, University of London
Jon Burrows, University of Warwick
Marvin Carlson, Graduate Center, City University of New York
Tracy Davis, Northwestern University
Joseph Donohue, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Viv Gardner, University of Manchester
Christine Gledhill, University of Sunderland
Veronica Kelly, University of Queensland
David Mayer, University of Manchester
Catherine Pedley-Hindson, University of Bristol
Michael Pisani, Vassar College
Jane Pritchard, Victoria and Albert Museum
Thomas Riis, American Music Research Center, University of Colorado at Boulder
Denis Salter, McGill University
Richard Schoch, Queen's University, Belfast
Laurence Senelick, Tufts University
Matthew Solomon, University of Michigan
Don B. Wilmeth, Brown University
Edward Ziter, New York University
Notes for Contributors:

Manuscripts and correspondence should be sent electronically as an attachment to the Editors at or by post to:

Professor Jim Davis
School of Theatre, Performance and Cultural Policy Studies
University of Warwick
Millburn House


Professor Katherine Newey
Department of Drama
SOVAC, 998 Bristol Road
Selly Oak Campus
University of Birmingham
Selly Oak
B29 6LG

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