Tolstoy Studies Journal
A Publication of the Tolstoy Society of North America
ABOUT TOLSTOY STUDY JOURNALS
Tolstoy Studies Journal is a refereed annual put out by the Tolstoy Society of North America. The journal was founded in 1988 by Kathleen Parthe, University of Rochester, who edited volumes I-III (1988-90). Amy Mandelker, City University of New York, Graduate Center, took over the role of Editor from 1991-93 and published volumes IV-VI. The late Charles Isenberg, Reed College, edited volumes VII-VIII (1994-96). Donna Tussing Orwin, University of Toronto, edited volumes IX-XVI.
The current editor is Michael A. Denner, Stetson University.
We welcome contributions on any topic relevant to Tolstoy scholarship. In addition to articles, the journal publishes review articles, roundtable discussions, news and events, notices of work in progress, special reports and book reviews. We also welcome suggestions for teaching Tolstoy, including syllabi, mixed media, titles, combinations with other writers, angles of all kinds. Full credit will be given for any ideas, and, with the permission of those who submit, addresses will be provided so that readers can contact them directly for details or suggestions. For further information, please contact Michael Denner at firstname.lastname@example.org