[Update] Open Call for Papers / Teaching Medieval and Renaissance Literature

full name / name of organization: 
This Rough Magic – A Peer Reviewed, Academic, Online Journal Dedicated to the Teaching of Medieval and Renaissance Literature
contact email: 
Dr. Michael Boecherer: boechem@sunysuffolk.edu / Dr. Bente Videbaek: Bente.Videbaek@Stonybrook.edu

This Rough Magic – A Peer Reviewed, Academic, Online Journal Dedicated to the Teaching of Medieval and Renaissance Literature

This Rough Magic is affiliated with the State University of New York – Stony Brook and Suffolk County Community College. We are looking for academic articles devoted to the instruction of Medieval and Renaissance Literature. Paper themes should focus on, but are not limited to, the teaching of the following categories:
• Authorship
• Genre Issues
• Narrative Structure
• Poetry
• Drama
• Epic
• Nation/Empire/Class
• Economics
• History
• Religion
• Superstition
• Philosophy
• Rhetoric
• Race/Ethnicity
• Multi-Culturalism
• Gender
• Sexuality
• Art
Submissions must follow The MLA Handbook with regards to style and bibliography, will be sent for peer-review, and must be between 15 and 35 pages. Any illustrations should accompany the manuscript; edited texts should be in old-spelling with introduction, textual variants, and annotations each printed separately. Published essays will be reproduced in electronic form, followed by printed format at a later date. All submissions should be sent to the co-editors, Bente Videbaek and Michael Boecherer, at the following addresses:

Hardcopy Format:
Editors, This Rough Magic
State University of New York at Stony Brook
Department of English, Humanities 2088
Nicolls Road
Stony Brook, New York 11790-5350
USA

Electronic Format (.doc or .pdf):
Bente.Videbaek@Stonybrook.edu;
boechem@sunysuffolk.edu

The submission deadlines are open. However, individuals wishing to be included in our Spring Issue should submit no later than November 4th.
Young scholars and veteran faculty are encouraged to submit.

cfp categories: 
medieval
renaissance