This is the annual journal of the Society, first published in 1987. The Journal is taken by many individuals who are not Society members and by academic libraries worldwide. The Journal is also available electronically through various publication collections offered by Gale Publishing, EBSCO, and SABINET Online.
Information for Writers
Shakespeare in Southern Africa publishes articles, commentary and reviews on all aspects of Shakespearean studies and performance, with a particular emphasis on the response to Shakespeare in Southern Africa. Submissions are reviewed by at least two referees, who may be either Editorial Consultants or members of the Advisory Board. The practice of ‘blind’ reviewing is adhered to. Articles submitted by the Editors will not be published unless this is recommended by independent referees. The Journal is accredited for subsidy purposes.
Submissions may be sent via electronic mail direct to the Editor, Chris Thurman (Christopher.Thurman@wits.ac.za), preferably in MSWord. Two printed copies must also be sent through the post either to the Editor (Dr. Christopher Thurman, DEPT. ENGLISH, WITS UNIVERSITY, Private Bag, WITS, 2050 ) or to Bev Cummings (ISEA, Rhodes University, PO Box 94, Grahamstown 6140). Please note that submissions must conform to the MLA documentation style, with NOTES and WORKS CITED appearing separately at the end of the article. Full publication details must be provided for all sources cited. The Editor reserves the right not to consider work which is not accurately and fully documented.
Persons and organisations such as libraries may subscribe at the following rates:
(including Zambia and Zimbabwe): R100.00
Cheques or money-orders should be made payable to the Grahamstown Foundation, Ref. SSOSA, ISEA, Rhodes University, PO Box 94, Grahamstown 6140, South Africa.
Shakespeare in Southern Africa is published annually by the Shakespeare Society of Southern Africa. The Society is a project of the Grahamstown Foundation. Administrative facilities and editorial assistance for the Journal are supplied by the Institute for the Study of English in Africa (ISEA) at Rhodes University.
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