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Posted by: John
« on: 02/08/2019, 09:28:27 »

Спасибо!
Posted by: Naugperedhel
« on: 01/08/2019, 11:57:05 »

Posted by: John
« on: 01/08/2019, 07:52:29 »

#mikapanja, please, refresh your link for TS 13
Posted by: Elentirmo
« on: 14/06/2019, 21:18:05 »

Появился анонс шестнадцатого тома академического толкиноведческого ежегодника "Толкин Стадиз":
Tolkien Studies 16 (2019)
*Luke J. Chambers, "Enta Geweorc and the Work of Ents"
*Marie H. Loughlin, "Tolkien's Treasures: Marvellous Objects in The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings"
*Anika Jensen, "Flowers and Steel: The Necessity of War in Feminist Tolkien Scholarship"
*J.M. Silk, "The Kings of the Mark: Tolkien's Naming Process and his Views on Language Evolution"
*Megan N. Fontenot, "The Art of Eternal Disaster: Tolkien's Apocalypse and the Road to Healing"
*John Rosegrant, "Mother Music"
**
Notes and Documents
*Richard C. West, "A Letter from Father Murray"
*Thomas P. Hillman, "Not Where He Eats, But Where He Is Eaten: Bilbo's Bread and Butter Simile"
**
Book Reviews
*Tolkien: Maker of Middle-earth and Tolkien Treasures, by Catherine McIlwaine, reviewed by Denis Bridoux
*The Fall of Gondolin, by J.R.R. Tolkien, edited by Christopher Tolkien, reviewed by Jennifer Rogers
*Sub-creating Arda: World-building in J.R.R. Tolkien's Work, its Precursors and its Legacies, edited by Dimitra Fimi and Thomas Honegger, reviewed by David Bratman
**
*David Bratman, Jason Fisher, John Wm. Houghton, John Magoun, Kate Neville, Robin Anne Reid, "The Year's Work in Tolkien Studies 2016"
*David Bratman, "Bibliography (in English) for 2017"
Posted by: NoUse
« on: 12/02/2019, 23:56:13 »

Great! Much appreciated!
Posted by: philthehip
« on: 11/02/2019, 01:06:28 »

Hello!

Does someone have the complete set of Tolkien Studies issues (1 - 15) as pdf files?

Here you go https://mega.nz/#F!A1MWRCSY!ee9KEwaCveGnGp8Q9yQh6w
Posted by: NoUse
« on: 10/02/2019, 22:47:37 »

Hello!

Does someone have the complete set of Tolkien Studies issues (1 - 15) as pdf files? It is pretty hard to track them down individually. Some are easy to find, whereas others I can't find at all.

Thanks a lot!
большое спасибо!

NoUse
Posted by: Mablung
« on: 30/06/2018, 11:31:13 »

Thank You mikapanja! Dziękuję mikapanja!
Posted by: mikapanja
« on: 30/06/2018, 06:34:11 »

Is it posible for anyone to give us link to Tolkien Studies 13? The old one is not working anymore

Here is the link to the fixed file:
https://www60.zippyshare.com/v/9dNrIqwC/file.html
Posted by: Mablung
« on: 30/06/2018, 01:25:18 »

Is it posible for anyone to give us link to Tolkien Studies 13? The old one is not working anymore
Posted by: Virtual
« on: 05/01/2017, 16:42:41 »

mikapanja, thank you! Great, very interesting issue.
Posted by: mikapanja
« on: 29/12/2016, 16:07:18 »


I’m not so sure. The statement from West Virginia University Press that «Tolkien Studies is now only available as a paperback edition» could mean «only as a paperback, not hardback».
David Bratman, co-editor of Tolkien Studies, says that «the volume is scheduled to be published in softcover and on Project MUSE later this year»:
http://kalimac.livejournal.com/883992.html
If so, Project MUSE will remain at our service. Let us wait and see…

I'm glad to say you were right :)

Here is the link to #13:
http://www66.zippyshare.com/v/pBjSpyLa/file.html

Unfortunately, page 147 is missing on the Project Muse site.
If someone gets hold of it, please post it here or send me a message...

Best wishes for the coming year!
Posted by: Virtual
« on: 24/10/2016, 15:56:39 »

Yes, but starting with this issue, it will be paperback only, no electronic edition :(
So from now on, a copy will need to be scanned each year...

I’m not so sure. The statement from West Virginia University Press that «Tolkien Studies is now only available as a paperback edition» could mean «only as a paperback, not hardback».
David Bratman, co-editor of Tolkien Studies, says that «the volume is scheduled to be published in softcover and on Project MUSE later this year»:
http://kalimac.livejournal.com/883992.html
If so, Project MUSE will remain at our service. Let us wait and see…
Posted by: mikapanja
« on: 24/10/2016, 15:28:54 »

В декабре выйдет 13 номер Tolkien Studies
http://wvupressonline.com/node/659
http://www.tolkiensociety.org/2016/06/contents-of-tolkien-studies-volume-13-announced/

Yes, but starting with this issue, it will be paperback only, no electronic edition :(
So from now on, a copy will need to be scanned each year...

And it's not cheap. So unless someone has access to an institution acquiring Tolkien
Studies
, I suggest making individual contributions to buy one.
Posted by: Naugperedhel
« on: 23/10/2016, 23:45:16 »

В декабре выйдет 13 номер Tolkien Studies
http://wvupressonline.com/node/659
http://www.tolkiensociety.org/2016/06/contents-of-tolkien-studies-volume-13-announced/

Simon Cook, “The Cauldron at the Outer Edge: Tolkien on the Oldest English Fairy Tales”
Paul Acker, “Tolkien’s Sellic Spell: A Beowulfian Fairy Tale”
John D. Rateliff, “‘That Seems To Me Fatal’: Pagan and Christian in The Fall of Arthur“
T.S. Sudell, “The Alliterative Verse of The Fall of Arthur“
Dennis Wilson Wise, “Book of the Lost Narrator: Re-Reading the 1977 Silmarillion as a Unified Text”
Jeremy Painter, “‘A Honeycomb Gathered from Different Flowers’: Tolkien-the-Compiler’s Middle-earth ‘Sources’ in The Lord of the Rings“
Michael Potts, “‘Evening-Lands’: Spenglerian Tropes in The Lord of the Rings“
Matthew M. DeForrest, “J.R.R. Tolkien and the Irish Question”
Book Reviews

In the Nameless Wood: Explorations in the Philological Hinterland of Tolkien’s Literary Creations, by J.S. Ryan, reviewed by Christopher Gilson
Tolkien and Philosophy, edited by Roberto Arduini and Claudio A. Testi, reviewed by Andrew Higgins
The Body in Tolkien’s Legendarium: Essays on Middle-earth Corporeality, edited by Christopher Vaccaro, reviewed by Valerie Estelle Frankel
Tolkien in the New Century: Essays in Honor of Tom Shippey, edited by by John Wm. Houghton, Janet Brennan Croft, Nancy Martsch, John D. Rateliff and Robin Anne Reid, reviewed by Valerie Estelle Frankel
The Art of The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien, by Wayne G. Hammond and Christina Scull, reviewed by Sarah Beach
Arda Inhabited: Environmental Relationships in The Lord of the Rings, by Susan Jeffers, reviewed by Kristine Larsen
David Bratman, Edith L. Crowe, Jason Fisher, John Wm. Houghton, John Magoun, Robin Anne Reid, “The Year’s Work in Tolkien Studies 2013”
David Bratman, “Bibliography (In English) for 2014