The latest issue of the Society’s academic journal, Doris Lessing Studies, has just been published! The 2015 edition is volume 33.
Equally exciting is the fact that with this issue, the journal is moving to online-only publication. The format of the journal as you know it has not changed, but from now on, rather than being mailed to members, it will be hosted in PDF format on this web site for download. That means here is the place to find the latest scholarship on Doris Lessing! To read this and other recent issues in our online archive, become a member, or contact your library and inquire about institutional access.
Here is the table of contents for volume 33:
- Letter from the President, Cornelius Collins
- Letter from the Co-Editors, Phyllis Perrakis, Drew Shannon, and Robin Visel
- “After the ‘Colour Bar’: Doris Lessing’s Analysis of Contemporary Racism in ‘Victoria and the Staveneys,'” Christine Sizemore
- “Lacking a Story of Her Own: Susan Rawlings and Narrative in Doris Lessing’s ‘To Room Nineteen,'” Kevin Brown
- “Media and Subjectivity in Doris Lessing’s The Golden Notebook,” Laurel Harris
- “Unlived Lives, Unborn Children in Lessing’s Alfred and Emily and D. H. Lawrence’s Chatterley Novels,” Nancy L. Paxton
- “‘A Hiatus’ in Doris Lessing’s Memory of Her Father: ‘My Father’ and Alfred and Emily,” Sun Hwa Park
- Review of Literary Half-Lives: Doris Lessing, Clancy Sigal, and Roman à Clef by Roberta Rubenstein, Drew Patrick Shannon
- “Doris Lessing: An Appreciation,” Roberta Rubenstein
- List of Society Officers