Comparative Critical Studies is the house journal of the British Comparative Literature Association, published by Edinburgh University Press in three issues yearly. The journal has a dedicated page on the Edinburgh University Press website for browsing old issues and for online access. Comparative Critical Studies also incorporates Comparative Criticism (Cambridge University Press, 1979-2003) and New Comparison (BCLA, 1986-2003) both of which have now ceased publication.
The journal is concerned with comparative literary and critical studies internationally and in the UK, from whatever standpoint.
Comparative Critical Studies
- features Special Issues on current topics,
- publishes selected papers from the international and workshop conferences of the British Comparative Literature Association,
- covers new developments in the field through reviews and bibliographies,
- publishes the winners of the annual John Dryden Translation Competition, sponsored by the British Comparative Literature Association and the British Centre for Literary Translation.
Contributions for articles and book reviews are invited. These include unsolicited submissions, and will receive peer review. Here is further information concerning the submission of previously unpublished work, including author guidelines and style sheet.