Textual Cultures publishes work that analyzes texts within the complex cultural-historical settings in which they are created, revised, made public, disseminated, and received. Editorial practice and theory are at the center of this enterprise, along with scholarship that examines drafts, notes, manuscripts, first and final cuts, first and later appearances, broadcasts, adaptations, remakes and reprints, letters, illustrated editions, rehearsals and productions, collections, paper and digital archives, and other media forms that transmit, structure, define, and redefine a text.

Textual Cultures invites work from scholars around the world in English, French, German, Spanish and Italian. All articles will appear also with abstracts in English.

Textual Cultures is published biannually on an open-access digital platform, IUScholarWorks. 

Published: 2023-12-21