Anne M. Scott (ed.): Parergon, Vol. 26, No. 2; and Vanessa Smith and Richard Yeo (eds): Parergon, Vol. 27, No. 1

Coming of age

Gregory Kratzmann

 

Parergon, Vol. 26, No. 2
edited by Anne M. Scott

 

Parergon, Vol. 27, No. 1
edited by Vanessa Smith and Richard Yeo
UniPrint, $60.50 two issues p.a., ISSN 0313 6221

 

Australian and New Zealand universities have for more than a century produced significant numbers of medieval and early modern literary scholars and historians. Formerly, full international recognition was won by many who moved to the northern hemisphere, but, happily, in these days of the global scholarly community, those who have chosen to make their careers at home are now accorded recognition and acclaim by their colleagues abroad. Parergon will next year celebrate its fortieth birthday; the journal’s belated coming of age is a tribute to a series of dedicated editors, the most recent being Anne M. Scott and Andrew Lynch at the University of Western Australia.

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Published in March 2011 no. 329
Gregory Kratzmann

Gregory Kratzmann

Gregory Kratzmann, formerly Associate Professor of English at La Trobe University, has edited the letters and poetry of Gwen Harwood. He has published extensively in medieval and early modern literature, and is the editor of Imagination, Books and Community in Medieval Europe (Macmillan and State Library of Victoria, 2009).

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