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>Subject: CFP: Journal of Horror Studies (ongoing; journal issue)
>ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR PAPERS
>Journal of Horror Studies
>We are currently looking for submissions for the inaugural issue of the new
>Journal of Horror Studies, which will be published by Intellect Books.
>There is no fixed deadline for submissions to the journal, although the
>first issue is due in Autumn 2007. Abstracts and proposals for submissions
>should be received before 31st January to be considered for issue 1.
>Further information will be available on the journal's webpage
>(www.thehorrorjournal.com) and the publisher's journal page:
>Please direct any questions through Robert Simpson at
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>Journal of Horror Studies information
>Robert J.E. Simpson
>Gary D. Rhodes
>Email: [log in to unmask]
>Aims and Scope The Journal of Horror Studies is the first major refereed
>academic journal devoted to the study of horror. Recent years have seen an
>increasing desire expressed amongst academics and students to pursue
>research of the genre across all disciplines.
>This exciting new journal offers an inter-disciplinary approach to the
>subject, bringing together contributors from around the globe, and
>encouraging a wide variety of approaches. The journal will become an
>indispensable resource for scholars and students alike.
>We welcome full-length articles, shorter papers, reports and reviews from
>academics, scholars and students from all disciplines. We encourage debate
>and feedback, and welcome theoretical, analytical and historical studies.
>Subject matter may include (but is not limited to):
>Cinema, literature, television, radio, popular culture, video games and art.
>Submission guidelines All correspondence should be directed to Robert
>Simpson via [log in to unmask] In the first instance,
>manuscripts should be submitted as word documents by e-mail attachment.
>Further details will be available on our website - www.thehorrorjournal.com
>Full articles (5,000-10,000 words) should be based on original work of a
>research or developmental nature and/or proposed new methods or ideas that
>are clearly and thoroughly presented and argued.
>Shorter items including working papers/student work (1,000-5,000 words)
>should apply same conditions as full articles.
>Reports (1,000 - 5,000 words) on conferences, festivals and events
>pertaining to the subject matter of the journal.
>Reviews (750-1,000 words) of any published work (print or electronic)
>relevant to the subject matter of the journal. This may include book, film
>and DVD reviews.
>Abstracts (150-250 words) should be included with all submitted articles.
>Abstracts may also be sent as submission proposals to the editorial
The German Studies Call for Papers List
Editor: Stefani Engelstein
Assistant Editor: Megan McKinstry
Sponsored by the University of Missouri
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