INCSA announces a new journal: Advances in Nineteenth-Century Research: The Journal of the International Nineteenth-Century Studies Association (subject to final contract).

INCSA also has a book series with Clemson University Press, and information will be posted on our website soon. 

Advances in Nineteenth-Century Research: The Journal of the International Nineteenth-Century Studies Association

The International Nineteenth-Century Studies Association is pleased to announce its new journal: Advances in Nineteenth-Century Research. Free to INCSA members, the journal will be published by Taylor and Francis (subject to final contract) three times each year, beginning in January 2026, and will cover the humanities as well as the social sciences, sciences and arts.

Advances in Nineteenth-Century Research will offer general and themed issues representing all fields of study in the arts, social sciences, and sciences. Content will regularly include research articles; discussion forums; pedagogy practicums; and reviews of books, recordings, films, exhibitions, and digital resources.

Nineteenth-century studies is at a crossroads. Traditional chronologies, established disciplinary boundaries, and the prestige of the Anglosphere have limited its reach and influence. Advances in Nineteenth-Century Research responds to these challenges in three ways:

  • International research – connecting nations in and through history, and reaching beyond Anglophone academic markets

  • Interdisciplinary research – connecting academic disciplines, and connecting academic disciplines with practice-based work such as museology, librarianship, education, media and the arts

  • Intertemporal research – expanding our understanding of the nineteenth century to include its traces, impacts and legacies today

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INCSA Book Series
Clemson University Press

The International Nineteenth-Century Studies Association Book Series emphasizes interdisciplinary, international and intertemporal research in all the arts and humanities, social sciences and sciences.  It dramatically revises conceptual and chronological definitions of the nineteenth century, and expands its research to cover both academic and academic-related practice today. The series reflects the missions of the Association, which are to:

  • work collectively and collaboratively to support academic voices hidden by current linguistic and geographical constraints
  • create opportunities for the cross fertilization of research and methodologies across countries and hemispheres
  • advance initiatives that diversify and enrich our spectrum of long-nineteenth-century knowledge

General Editors

Editorial Board