The Kelvingrove Review
The Kelvingrove Review (ISSN 1757-2649) is a sister publication to eSharp. In line with eSharp's commitment to publishing innovative and rigorous cross-disciplinary academic research, The Kelvingrove Review offers a site for critical analysis of recent scholarly work in the arts, humanities, social sciences, and education. Each issue has a theme, often linked to that of the current issue of eSharp. Two issues are published a year.
All issues are available for browsing and downloading from the links to the left. Our next issue will be launched in April 2012.
If you would like to get involved with eSharp or The Kelvingrove Review we always welcome new members and contributors. We can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Guide for Reviewers
If you are interested in becoming a reviewer, you need to be registered as a postgraduate student at the University of Glasgow and must be able to collect the book from either the Glasgow or Crichton campus.
Non-themed reviews - We accept unsolicited reviews of academic texts in the arts, humanities, social sciences and education at all times of year. Reviews will be considered for the next available publication date.
Themed reviews - Twice yearly we send out calls for reviewers for specific books, which always tie in with the most recent eSharp theme. You must be able to collect the book from either the Glasgow or Crichton campus.
All reviews should:
- be written in English or Scots
- be original work of around 1,000 words (plus or minus 10%)
- relate to academic texts published within the last 2 years, preferably within the last year
- follow the eSharp style guide, which can be found here
- themed reviews should adhere to the Kelvingrove Review submission deadline