Perpetuating the memory of one of the greatest men of the Victorian age


The Journal of William Morris Studies

The Journal of William Morris Studies (ISSN: 1756-1353) welcomes contributions on all subjects relating to the life and works of William Morris. Articles may therefore concern Morris’s own life and works, or those of his circle – as directly influenced by, or influencing, Morris himself and his interests – or the wider implications of Morris’s ideas in design, literature, printing, political thought and environmentalism. For more information see our Guidelines for Contributors.

Our current editor is Owen Holland, who recently completed his PhD on Morris’s utopianism in the Faculty of English at the University of Cambridge. Owen can be contacted by clicking here, and Rosie Miles, reviews editor, can be reached here. Printed copies of most back issues of the Journal are available at a cost of £2 each to members and £5 to non-members. The Journal of William Morris Studies 1961-2008 is now available online. For indexes by date, author, title and subject, click here.

The editorial advisory board is made up of:

  • Phillippa Bennett, University of Northampton, UK
  • Florence Boos, University of Iowa, USA
  • Jim Cheshire, University of Lincoln, UK
  • Peter Cormack, London, UK
  • Peter Faulkner, University of Exeter, UK
  • Ruth Kinna, University of Loughborough, UK
  • Lorraine Janzen Kooistra, Ryerson University, Canada
  • Ruth Levitas, University of Bristol, UK
  • Jan Marsh, London, UK
  • Rosie Miles, University of Wolverhampton, UK
  • Elizabeth Carolyn Miller, University of California, Davis, USA
  • Patrick O’Sullivan, University of Plymouth, UK
  • Linda Parry, Littlebourne, Kent, UK
  • Tony Pinkney, Lancaster University, UK
  • Peter Stansky, Stanford University, USA
  • Anna Vaninskaya, University of Edinburgh, UK