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- On this website, the George Eliot Review Online, users may investigate more than a half-century of George Eliot-related criticism, conferences, society events, speeches, and book reviews. What began as a local society newsletter became an esteemed peer-reviewed journal featuring the most prominent scholars of Eliot’s life and works. Of the two known journals devoted to the author, the George Eliot Review is the longest-running.
- In partnership with the journal’s publisher, the George Eliot Fellowship, our small team of scholars at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln have digitized the entire run back to the first edition in 1970. New issues are added as they appear. All issues of the George Eliot Review are available for free searching, downloading, and sharing with attribution for non-commercial purposes (CC-BY-NC 4.0).
- George Eliot Scholars provides a free digital commons where writers can share their work; while this site is akin to Research Gate and Academia, ours is a non-commercial project by and for scholars. We've modeled our endeavor on the MLA's Humanities Commons (CORE), but for George Eliot-related publications exclusively.
- We are accepting articles, monographs, book chapters, theses, dissertations, conference papers, video presentations, and reviews of books about George Eliot. Currently, visitors may browse our initial collection of more than 200 peer-reviewed articles--and we're just getting started!