[KB] CFP: The Space Between: Literature and Culture 1914-1945

Tietge, David dtietge at monmouth.edu
Tue Apr 10 14:46:01 EDT 2007


 

CALL FOR PAPERS

 

The Space Between: Literature and Culture, 1914-1945

 

Originally published as Precursors and Aftermaths:

Literature in English, 1914-1945

 

Special Topics Issue 2009

 

The editors of The Space Between: Literature and Culture, 1914-1945
would like to announce a call for papers for the next special topics
issue (Volume 5, Number 1) on "Kenneth Burke and His Circle." Deadline
for submissions to this special issue is April 30, 2008.

 

Please send submissions or correspondence regarding submissions to the
guest editor, David Tietge, at dtietge at monmouth.edu or Department of
English, Monmouth University, West Long Branch, NJ 07764. Articles
should be 6,000 to 9,000 words (including notes and works cited). Please
submit one paper copy and an identical electronic copy in Word.
(International submissions can forego paper copy.) Articles should
conform to MLA style. Include a cover letter that describes the contents
of your article.

 

The Space Between, like its predecessor Precursors and Aftermaths, is a
refereed journal that is published annually. For general topics issues,
articles on non-canonical figures or understudied issues are especially
appreciated, as are articles that address responses to the First or
Second World Wars. The editors are especially interested in innovative
and interdisciplinary approaches to texts of all kinds.  Publication is
annual and is co-sponsored by the Space Between Society and Monmouth
University. For general information on the journal, contact the editor,
Kristin Bluemel, at kbluemel at monmouth.edu.

 

The Space Between will publish reviews on books that represent various
disciplines' approaches to the culture of the space between the wars.
Correspondence for the review editor should be addressed to Debra Rae
Cohen at the Department of English, University of South Carolina,
Columbia, SC, 29208. 

 

 


See our society's web page at www.precursors.org
<http://www.precursors.org/> 


 

 

 

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