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>Subject: CFP: 'IGRS Books' (Publications in Modern Languages)
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>IGRS BOOKS
>Call for Proposals
>Proposals are invited for the 2008 competition 
>to publish in 'IGRS Books', a new book series in 
>Modern Languages (French, German, Italian, 
>Portuguese, Spanish and comparative studies, in 
>fields other than linguistics). The series is 
>published by the Institute of Germanic & Romance 
>Studies, University of London.
>
>Proposals for monographs, conference volumes, or 
>thematically-linked collections of essays, 
>between 30,000 and 100,000 words in length, may 
>be submitted for selection by the IGRS's 
>editorial committee, which is advised by a peer 
>review committee of 36 senior academics in the 
>field. Volumes should be written in English 
>throughout; fiction and translations of works 
>already published in other languages cannot be 
>considered.
>
>Complete texts of the selected books will be 
>required by the IGRS in camera-ready copy, 
>prepared in accordance with a template supplied 
>by the Institute, at which time authors will 
>also be asked to contribute a subvention of 
>200. The expectation is that authors will 
>supply the full text approximately one year 
>after acceptance of the proposal.
>
>Proposals should be submitted by Monday, 31 
>March 2008 to Professor Naomi Segal, Director of 
>the IGRS, via email to 
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>and should comprise three files only, as follows:
>
>The application summary form, can be downloaded 
>in pdf-format at 
><http://igrs.sas.ac.uk/publications/IGRS_newseries_cfp.php>http://igrs.sas.ac.uk/publications/IGRS_newseries_cfp.php. 
>For an MS-Word version, please contact 
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>The proposal, including a chapter-by-chapter 
>synopsis, which should not exceed five A4-pages 
>when printed out.
>A short curriculum vitae of author(s) or 
>editor(s), not longer than one A4-page per 
>person when printed out.
>INSTITUTE OF GERMANIC & ROMANCE STUDIES
>University of London School of Advanced Study
>Room ST272, Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU
>Telephone: +44 (0)20-7862 8966  Fax: +44 (0)20-7862 8672
>Email: jane.lewin @sas.ac.uk  Website: 
><http://igrs.sas.ac.uk>http://igrs.sas.ac.uk

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