This third issue of Romantik: Journal for the Study of Romanticisms contains a theme section: 'Renegotiations of romanticism'. This special theme brings together various examinations of the ways in which romanticism continues to play an important role in a post-romantic age. The reason for inviting contributions examining the afterlife of romanticism in national and international settings is to explore how we may understand it as not just a past event or artistic movement, but as an ongoing process of cultural development. The contributions provide new insights into post-romantic art - both from the perspective of the artists and in terms of how their works were received. In addition to the articles featured in the theme section, this issue also contains contributions that shed new light on both canonical and lesser-known works from the romantic period - including analyses of poetry, novels, and travelogues. As in previous issues, Romantik is richly illustrated.