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CFP: Early Modern History, Culture, and Science (journal)

updated: 
Friday, September 1, 2000 - 9:09pm
G.Engel_at_EM.UNI-FRANKFURT.DE

Our journal "Zeistprünge. Forschungen zur Frühen Neuzeit"
(information on website of Verlag Vittorio Klostermann) is inviting
articles on early modern history, culture, and science. Articles are
published in German or English. Please submit your articles
- in printed form to:
   Zentrum zur Erforschung der Fruehen Neuzeit
   Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universitaet
   D - 60054 Frankfurt am Main
- as an email attachment in Rich Text Format to
  G.Engel_at_em.uni-frankfurt.de

Yours,
G.Engel

Dr. Gisela Engel
Zentrum zur Erforschung der Fruehen Neuzeit
Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universitaet
D - 60054 Frankfurt am Main

Tel. (069) 7982 3282
Fax (069) 7982 5122

CFP: Allegorica: Early Modern Lit. (journal)

updated: 
Friday, June 2, 2000 - 10:18pm
Philip Gavitt

On behalf of the Saint Louis University Center for Medieval and
Renaissance Studies and its new journal, Allegorica, I would like to
post the following announcement:

Dear Colleague:

CFP: Early Modern History, Culture and Science (journal)

updated: 
Wednesday, May 24, 2000 - 6:11pm
G.Engel_at_EM.UNI-FRANKFURT.DE

The Centre for Early Modern History, Culture and Science
publishes the journal "Zeitsprünge. Forschungen zur Frühen
Neuzeit" (Verlag Vittorio Klostermann) and invites contributions.
You will find informations about past issues of the journal on the
website of Verlag Vittorio Klostermann and within short time on our
website.

Our current interests are apocalyptic thinking and apocalyptic
movements, the history of secrets, the history of the senses, the
theory and history of perception.But we will also welcome other
essays relevant to the study of early modern history, culture and
science.

Please submit your essays either as email attachment or by
snailmail.

CFP: Early Modern Cultural Studies (journal)

updated: 
Tuesday, April 18, 2000 - 10:36pm
Bruce Boehrer

The Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies (JEMCS) seeks article-length
contributions for its inaugural issues. Scheduled to begin publication in
2001, JEMCS welcomes scholarly work on the period from the late fifteenth
through the late nineteenth centuries, with a particular focus on
cross-disciplinary studies of literature and the broader social formation.
Feminist, queer/lesbian, postmodernist, postcolonial, and historicist
methodologies are encouraged. The author's name should appear only on a
detachable cover sheet and not within the body of the article.
Manuscripts will not be returned unless accompanied by a self-addressed

CFP: Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies (journal)

updated: 
Thursday, February 17, 2000 - 11:11pm
Michael E. Cornett

           THE JOURNAL OF MEDIEVAL AND EARLY MODERN STUDIES

                   Published by Duke University Press

        
             Council of Editors of Learned Journals Winner

       1998 Phoenix Award for Significant Editorial Achievement

The editors invite submissions to our calls for papers for each
issue of the journal (Winter, Spring, Fall). The Winter and Fall
issues are on special-topics, while the Spring issue is open. For
current calls for submissions with deadlines and directions for
submitting, see the most recent issue of the journal or our website
at www.duke.edu/~jmems/jmems.

CFP: Early Theatre (journal)

updated: 
Wednesday, March 11, 1998 - 5:46am
Helen Ostovich

ANNOUNCEMENT OF NEW JOURNAL

Early Theatre: A Journal associated with the Records of Early English
Drama (acronym ET/REED, ISSN 1206-9078) will appear annually beginning in
the fall of 1998. Early Theatre is a peer-reviewed journal with a
nine-menber international editorial board. The first volume will contain
articles and notes on a variety of cultural and theatrical concerns, such
as:

CFP: Medieval Folklore Studies (new journal)

updated: 
Friday, August 29, 1997 - 3:04am
Francesca Sautman

     Announcing a new journal:

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     MEDIEVAL FOLKLORE STUDIES
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        *Medieval Folklore Studies* considers folklore as the
unofficial culture of the majority, the foundation upon which
more institutionalized productions of culture are based, the
protean culture often discovered within the interstices of
institution and authority. Folklore can be viewed as the
"vernacular" language of social practices, and the collective
ritualization of actions and gestures.

CFP: Mediaevalia (journal)

updated: 
Friday, December 6, 1996 - 4:12am
Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies

                MEDIAEVALIA

    An Interdisciplinary Journal of Medieval Studies World Wide

            Editor-in-Chief: Sandro Sticca

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