periodicalist

Related to periodicalist: Periodicals

periodicalist

(ˌpɪərɪˈɒdɪkəlɪst)
n
(Journalism & Publishing) obsolete rare a writer of articles for periodicals

periodicalist

a person who publishes or writes for a periodical.
See also: Media
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Of course, such formal self-reflexivity can work in counter-hegemonic directions as well: take for instance the deployment of voyeuristic spectators and focalizers internal to Haywood's Female Spectator (1744-46), through which she allegorizes the relationship between her own cultural authority and that of her male periodicalist predecessors.
As exciting as this new model of scholarly inquiry sounds, it turns out to be motivated by assumptions about the referential epistemological status of the periodical that have remained unchanged for hundreds of years--assumptions about the "factual" quality of these textual representations that were created by the early periodicalists themselves as an effective and fundamentally misleading strategy for marketing their wares.
Afterword: We Other Periodicalists, or, Why Periodical Studies?