Schuylkill is a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal founded, edited and run by graduate students at Temple University. The journal’s name is a tribute to the Schuylkill River, which runs through the Philadelphia area in which we work and study. But it is also significant for the richness of the metaphor: the river signifies connectivity and the integration of diverse elements and sources. To that end, Schuylkill graduate journal seeks to publish the scholarly essays and book reviews of graduate students in the humanities and humanistic social sciences from around the globe. We are especially interested in work that blurs the boundaries of the disciplines in order to present a rich and nuanced perspective on each issue's special topic.
Book Review Editors
Dana M. DiLullo Gehling
Special thank you to the Center for Humanities at Temple University for its support of this journal.