Forthcoming Publications

Fazli, Sabina and Scheidigng, Oliver (eds.). Einführung in die Zeitschriftenforschung / Introduction to Magazine Studies. Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag. Edition Medienwissenschaft. 2021.

Scheiding, Oliver. “Materiality in Literary Magazines.” Routledge Companion to the Literary Magazine. Ed. Tim Lanzendörfer. New York and London: Routledge. Forthcoming

Fazli, Sabina and Scheiding, Oliver. “Spiel mit Unterscheidungen in Magazin-Bildstrecken.” Human­dif­fe­ren­zier­ung. Eds. Tobias Boll, Stefan Hirschauer, and Gabrielle Schabacher. Weilserwist: Velbrück, 2021.

Ernst, Jutta and Scheiding, Oliver. “New Directions in Periodical Studies.” Periodicals in Focus: Methodological Approaches and Theoretical Frameworks. Eds. Jutta Ernst, Dagmar von Hoff, and Oliver Scheiding. Leiden/Boston: Brill, 2021. Studies in Periodical Cultures Vol. 1. 2021.

Articles

Anderson, Natascha, Fazli, Sabina, Scheiding, Oliver. “Independent Magazines Today.” Independent Magazines Today special issue of Journal of European Periodical Studies, ed. by Natascha Anderson, Sabina Fazli, and Oliver Scheiding. 5.2. (2020): 1-11.

Fazli, Sabina. “Micro-Archives and the Survival of Print in Momma Tried and Sabat.” Independent Magazines Today special issue of Journal of European Periodical Studies, ed. by Natascha Anderson, Sabina Fazli, and Oliver Scheiding. 5.2. (2020): 12-30.

Anderson, Natascha. “Strolling the Streets to Discover the Cities. Cosmopolitan Collage in the Independent Magazine Flaneur.” Independent Magazines Today special issue of Journal of European Periodical Studies, ed. by Natascha Anderson, Sabina Fazli, and Oliver Scheiding. 5.2. (2020): 31-45.

Scheiding, Oliver. “Indie Magazines as Brands. Aesthetic Communication and Designing the Kinfolk Experience.” Independent Magazines Today special issue of Journal of European Periodical Studies, ed. by Natascha Anderson, Sabina Fazli, and Oliver Scheiding. 5.2. (2020): 26-59.

Beton Taylor, Melanie (ed.). The Cambridge History of Native American Literature. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2020. (hyperlink to the TOC)

Scheiding, Oliver. “Nineteenth-Century American Indian Newspapers and the Construction of Sovereignty.” The Cambridge History of Native American Literature.” Ed. Melanie Benson Taylor. Cambridge: Cambridge University Pres, 2020. 89-112.

Scheiding, Oliver. Brevity and Liminality in Early American Magazines.

Scheiding, Oliver & Bassimir, Anja-Maria. Religion, Schrift, Differenz. Materialität im Spiegel evangelikaler Zeitschriften der USA.

Scheiding, Oliver. Toward a Media History of Religious Periodicals.

Scheiding, Oliver. Die Autopoeisis des Evangelikalismus.

Scheiding, Oliver. Migrant Fictions and American Magazines.

Von Hoff, Dagmar. Die Zeitschrift Das goldene Tor.

Scheiding,Oliver. Nineteenth-Century American Indian Newspapers and the Construction of Sovereignity. Cambridge History of Native American Literature.” Ed. Melanie Benson Tylor. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Forthcoming.

Special Issues

Anderson, Natascha, Fazli, Sabina and Scheiding, Oliver (eds.). Independent Magazines Today [Special Issue]. Journal of European Periodical Studies. 5.2 (2020).

Monographs

Ernst, Jutta. Amerikanische Modernismen: Schreibweisen , Konzepte und zeitgenössische Periodika als Vermittlungsinstanzen. Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 2018.

New book series: Studies in Periodical Cultures

Studies in Periodical Cultures (SPC) published by Brill contributes to the bourgeoning field of periodical studies, exploring magazines, newspapers, and other forms of serialized media in (trans)national contexts. Research into periodicals is of high interest to many because of the medium’s pervasiveness and its enmeshment with the formation of cultural identities. This book series seeks to assess the role of periodicals for processes of cultural transfer and translation. It also promotes the ‘business turn’ in periodical studies and highlights material and legal frameworks, design, translation, marketing and consumption. SPC proposes to study periodicals less as autonomous objects, but rather as agents embedded in changing historical contexts.
Brill is a reputed international academic publisher since 1683 in the humanities and social sciences, which can boast of a thorough peer review process, high quality publications, the fastest turn-around time, a professional worldwide distribution network and state-of-the-art digital publications. Brill does not charge a publication fee and offers a personal and steady single point of contact. Brill will remain competitively priced to publish in Gold Open Access to stimulate unbarred distribution of your scholarly work.

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Working papers

Sawade, Laura. Editorial Habitus in The Liberator: The Interdependence of Abolitionist Activism and Periodical Editorship.

 

Meerwein. Periodical Studies. The Print Press Elite and the Government.

 

Hermanowski, Mariana Sol. Overflowing the Cuba of 1910.

Scan: Periodical El Tabano (1910)