"And the winners are . . ." 2014 CELJ Award Winners at #MLA15

The Council of Editors of Learned Journals (CELJ) at its annual meeting during the Modern Language Association’s January 2015 convention announced the winners of its annual award competition:

The CELJ Best Special Issue Award for 2014 was awarded to Technology and Culture, vol. 55, no. 2, “Shifting Gears.”

The Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies has received the 2014 CELJ Codex Award, awarded for the best journal covering the period before 1500.

The North Carolina Literary Review has won the Phoenix Award from CELJ for 2014.This award goes to the most improved journal, regardless of its state at the time the renovations began.

Architecture and Culture has won the CELJ Best New Journal Award for 2014.

SEL, Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 has won the CELJ Voyager Award for 2014.The Voyager Award recognizes excellence in any journal covering the period between 1500 and 1800.

SAQ, South Atlantic Quarterly has won the Best Public Intellectual Special Issue for 2014. The award is for a journal issue that reaches out beyond academe to connect with a popular audience in terms of accessible language and attractive presentation and that seeks to achieve the democratic mission of higher education.

diacritics has won the CELJ Best Design Award for 2014.

An Invitation to Chat with an Editor at MLA Convention 2015

MLA members—especially graduate students and junior faculty—are invited to chat with a journal editor at the MLA Convention. This opportunity is provided at each MLA Convention by the Council of Editors of Learned Journals.

The “Chat with an Editor” session may address submission to a particular academic journal or address submission to academic journals in general. Topics may range from understanding the review process to responding to the editor’s letter about a submission. The “Chat” is intended to be a form of professional mentoring, one that will strengthen scholarly publication and academic career progression. The schedule of the “Chat with an Editor” is listed below. Those interested may sign up for a twenty-minute slot with an editor identified by emailing Chat Coordinator Graham MacPhee at: gmacphee@wcupa.edu

CELJ “Chat with an Editor” Schedule
MLA Convention, Vancouver, January 8–11, 2015
Vancouver Convention Centre (101, level 1, West Building)

FRIDAY, 9 JANUARY:
9.00am to 10.00am
Dan O’Sullivan (Medieval Perspectives/Textual Cultures)
Margery Fee (Canadian Literature)

10.00am to 11.00am
John Peters (Conradiana)
Stephanie Hawkins (Studies in the Novel)

11.00am to 12.00 noon
Thomas Beebee (Comparative Literature Studies)
Meredith Golsdmith (Edith Wharton Review)

12.00 to 1.00pm
Simon Gikandi (PMLA)
Debra Rae Cohen (Modernism/Modernity)

SATURDAY, 10 JANUARY:
9.00am to 10.00am
Sheri Long (Hispania)
Faye Halpern (Ariel)

10.00am to 11.00am
Jim Phelan (Narrative)
Nicholas Birns (Antipodes)

11.00am to 12.00 noon
Arthur Kinney and Bill Hrusovsky (ELR)
Gary Totten (MELUS)

12.00 to 1.00pm
Michael Cornett (Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies)
Graham MacPhee (College Literature)
Bill Rivers (Russian Language Journal)

Announcing the 2013 CELJ Award Winners

The Council of Editors of Learned Journals is pleased to announce the winners of the 2013 CELJ Awards.

Voyager:
Early Modern Women: An Interdisciplinary Journal

Codex:
Journal of Late Antiquity

Phoenix:
Co-Winners: Public Culture and Translation Review

Best Special Issue:
Co-Winners: American Quarterly for the special issue on “Race, Empire and the Crisis of the Subprime” and Radical History for the special issue on “Water”
Honorable mention to New Literary History for the special issue on “A New Europe?”

Best Public Intelectual Special Issue:
Community Literacy Journal Special Issue for the special issue on “Writing Democracy”
Runner-up: Signs for the special issue on “Women, Gender and Prisons”.
Runner-up: Journal of Women’s History for the special issue on “Human Rights, Global Conferences, and the Making of Postwar Transnational Feminisms”

Distinguished Editor: Nicholas L. Sturgeon, Philosophical Review

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