Reminder CFP- deadline 31/10/2010 - SEDERI Yearbook #21

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Spanish and Portuguese Society of English Renaissance Studies
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SEDERI welcomes contributions on topics related to the language, literature, and culture of sixteenth and seventeenth-century England for its next issue (number 21) to be published in autumn 2011.
SEDERI, Yearbook of the Spanish and Portuguese Society for English Renaissance Studies, is an annual publication devoted to current criticism and scholarship on English Renaissance Studies. It is peer-reviewed by external referees, following a double-blind policy.
SEDERI is short-listed among the top-quality journals published in all scientific areas.
Recommended length of contributions:
• Articles: 6000 - 8000 words (including footnotes and references).
• Notes: 3000 - 4000 words (including footnotes and references).
• Reviews: 1000 - 2000 words. Books, plays, or films reviewed should have been released in the last two years.
Note that all the submissions should include an abstract (length: 100-150 words) and at least 5 keywords. Both the abstract and the keywords should convey the essential aspects of your contribution. Both the abstract and the keywords should be bilingual English/Spanish or English/Portuguese.
All the submitted articles should follow the journal style sheet (
Email articles and notes (Word or RTF format) to Berta Cano-Echevarria & Ana Saez-Hidalgo:
Email reviews to Francisco José Borge López:
If you have any further queries, do not hesitate to contact the editors by e-mail at:

-Michael Dobson, The Pageant of History: Nostalgia, the Tudors, and the Community Play.
-Carmen Font Paz, "I have written the things which I did hear, see, tasted and handled:" Selfhood and Voice in Katherine Evans' and Sarah Cheevers' A Short Relation of Their Sufferings (1662).
-Andrew Gurr, Baubles on the Water: Sea Travel in Shakespeare's Time.
-Zenón Luis Martínez, Macbeth and the Passions' "Proper Stuff".
-Ángel-Luis Pujante, The French Influence on Early Shakespeare Reception in Spain: Three Cases of Unacknowledged Sources.
-Purificación Ribes Traver, Ludwig Tieck's Herr Von Fuchs (1793) As the Perfect Embodiment of Romantic Irony.
-R. Scott Fraser, "The king has killed his heart:" The Death of Falstaff in Henry V
-Elliott, J.H. 2009. Spain, Europe and the Wider World, 1500-1800
(by Juan E. Tazón)
-Jesús López-Peláez Casellas. 2009. "Honourable Murderers" El concepto del honor en Othello de Shakespeare y en los dramas de honor de Calderón
(by Luciano García García)
-Glyn Redworth. 2008. The She-Apostle. The Extraordinary Life and Death of Luisa de Carvajal
(by Felipe Fernandez-Armesto)
-Joseph P. Ward ed. 2008. Violence, Politics, and Gender in Early Modern England
(by Carme Font Paz)