Essays and book reviews may be in English or French, and from any relevant discipline(s), including, but not limited to, Archaeology, Art History, Cinema, Classics, Cultural Anthropology, Economics, Geography, History, Law, Languages, Linguistics, Literature, Media Studies, Musicology, Sociology, Philosophy, Performing Arts, Politics, Religion, Theatre, Translation Studies, and Visual Studies. The journal is open to scholarship on any era, from antiquity to the present, seeking to contribute to the understanding of Europe in broad historical and multi-disciplinary perspective. Book reviews will stress interdisciplinary scholarship from major academic publishers.
The journal will be published both online (http://ojs.library.dal.ca/europe/ and as a print-ondemand paper journal.
Essays should be between 5000 and 7500 words, including notes. Submissions should not have been previously published, and should not be under consideration anywhere else. Material not in English or French should be accompanied by a translation.
Book reviews, which should be preceded by a written query to the Book Review Editor (Peter O’Brien, Peter.OBrien@Dal.Ca), should not exceed 1500 words. All authors should follow the Chicago Manual of Style.
Submissions should be made electronically, and sent initially as a PDF through the journal’s online submissions process: http://ojs.library.dal.ca/europe/information/authors. Accepted articles will need to be provided in MS Word. Queries can be sent to either Jerry White (Jerry.White@Dal.Ca) or Julia M. Wright (Julia.Wright@Dal.Ca), co-directors of Dalhousie’s Centre for European Studies and members of the journal’s Editorial Committee.
Book Series on East-West Cultural Encounters in Literature, The Series seeks scholarly works on intercultural encounters in literature, particularly East-West precolonial, colonial, or postcolonial contacts that expose, problematize, or re-create the sense of locality, historicity, and subjectivity. The Series especially welcomes monographs written in English or other languages translated into English. Collections of essays from conference papers or with multiple authors are not under consideration unless the essays with a thematic focus are written by a single author. We also encourage the submission of revised doctoral dissertations with innovative concepts related to our topics.
Suggested topics include but are not limited to the following:
•Colonial history and culture in the countries of the Asian Pacific Rim;
•Transpacific or transatlantic cultural or literary route/root;
•New cultural identities in neocolonial and global Asia;
•The relationship between Asia and Oceania;
•The contacts between Asia and Europe or Americas;
•Theoretical paradigms of globality and worlding;
•Convergences and divergences of exile, diaspora, and expatriation;
•Asian diasporic writing in the new millennium;
•Cultural translations between Sinophone, Anglophone, Francophone and/or Hispanophone literatures.
A leading university in the world, National Taiwan University is striving for more international collaborations and scholarly exchanges. NTU Press, playing an important role in disseminating top-notch research and scholarship in the Chinese-speaking academe, is now expanding its scope of publication in English. All submissions will be assessed by the Editor and reviewed by anonymous readers. Once the book project is approved, the author(s) will receive a contract from NTU Press. Please send a book prospectus, the author’s CV, and a sample chapter to the Editor. The manuscript should employ the MLA format and style, and only a completed manuscript is under consideration. Editor-in-chief Dr. Bennett Yu-Hsiang Fu (email@example.com) Associate Professor Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures National Taiwan University.
Intertexts, a journal of comparative and theoretical reflection,
publishes articles that employ innovative approaches to explore relations
between literary and other texts, be they literary, historical, theoretical,
philosophical, or social. In particular, the editors are looking for work which
engages issues on a sufficiently theoretical or comparative level to interest
people in a variety of disciplines. Hybrid methodologies that combine elements
from a range of disciplines are encouraged. For more information and
for submission details, please visit the journal's website at
Symposium, a quarterly journal in modern foreign literatures, welcomes
contributions pertinent to modern languages and literatures. Research
on authors, themes, periods, genres, works, and theory, often through
comparative studies, is regularly featured. For more information and
for submission details, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Soundings: An Interdisciplinary Journal invites essays on topics related to any and all aspects of human values, including aesthetic, moral, political, economic, scientific, or religious values. We welcome essays on a wide variety of topics. Additionally, we are interested in submissions related to plans for two special issues: one on themes related to debt, indebtedness, or more generally, financial difficulties; and another focused on the one hundredth anniversary of the beginning of World War I. For these issues, as more generally, we welcome work from a variety of disciplinary and/or interdisciplinary approaches, including the arts, cultural studies, history, literature, philosophy, and religion, among others. To submit an essay, please visit http://www.editorialmanager.com/soundings. Questions may be directed to email@example.com