Substance Journal


Digital SubStance Journal Supplements Substance@Work

SubStance, published by Johns Hopkins University Press, is a major interdisciplinary journal with a reputation for excellence, known for fostering new forms of thinking about literature and promoting a dialogue between contemporary theory and a multifaceted outside. To access SubStance issues online, please visit our Project Muse page.

Here, we introduce a digital platform of the publication. Consistent with the journal's modus operandi, it features hybrid work that generates challenging conceptual frameworks, work that represents something more than a style, or, rather, truly a style: a creative way to address and express ideas or concepts, to push literary thought and thought about literature into new territories.

Journal Supplements
Intermedial content supplemental to specific issues of SubStance.
A series of born-digital works of experimental theory.
David F. Bell, Duke University
Pierre Cassou-Noguès, Université Paris VIII
Paul A. Harris, Loyola Marymount University
Eric Méchoulan, Université de Montréal
Founding Editors
Sydney Lévy, UC Santa Barbara
Michel Pierssens, Université de Montréal
Digital Designer
Melanie Hubbard, Loyola Marymount University
Johns Hopkins University Press