>From: Elizabeth Dahab <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: CFP: Women, Sexuality and Early Modern Studies (6/15/07;
> Call for Submissions
>Call for submissions for genre, for an issue on Women, Sexuality and
>Early Modern Studies. We welcome submissions of papers on a full range
>of topics addressing writings by and about women and the feminine in
>the Medieval and Renaissance periods throughout the world, including
>interchanges between East and West. Papers can be devoted (but not
>limited) to: Medieval and Early Modern female authors and/or figures,
>depictions of the feminine in Medieval and Renaissance European and/ or
>other literatures, contemporary invocations of Medieval femininity,
>women and hagiography, religious education and women, women and the
>arts, women in courtly poetry, in Sufi literature, or in Medieval
>Islam. Papers with comparative topics and methodologies are especially
> Send an explanatory email that includes your institutional affiliation
>and your full correspondence mailing address to [log in to unmask]
>and attach the essay (word document or pdf file) you would like to
>submit to that email. Deadline for receipt of papers is 15 June 2007.
>MAKE sure you include a 200-word abstract of your submitted paper to be
>published along with your paper.
>genre is an international, interdisciplinary Journal of Literature and
>the Arts affiliated to the Department of Comparative World Literature
>and Classics at California State University, Long Beach, since the late
>sixties. It publishes issues pertaining to the theme of the annual
>departmental conference. For more details, please visit the genre
>website at: http://www.csulb.edu/depts/complit/genre/
>All papers should follow the MLA (Modern Language Association of
>America) style and obey the following guidelines:
>1- Include parenthetical sources and a works cited but no footnotes or
>endnotes. IF YOU MUST use endnotes, keep those to a minimum, format
>them like you do normal text, and place them after the paper and
>immediately before the works cited.
>2- Italicize titles of books and journals.
>3- Articles should be between 4000 and 6000 words in length. They
>should be double-spaced and use 12 point font throughout.
>4- All passages not originally in English should be translated into
>English [and put in square brackets] in the body of the article
>immediately following the original citation in the language other than
>5. Make sure you obtain reprint permissions of images you want to
>include (keep those to a minimum). Otherwise, please do not send them.
>Timelines: We want to publish the issue in January 2008. When we send
>you the recommendations, please make sure to effect the changes and
>return the paper as promptly as possible, within six weeks at the most.
>Contributors will receive two free copies of the journal.
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