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Reconstruction: Studies in Contemporary Culture
Reconstruction is proud to announce the publication of its Spring 2006
issue, which can be found at http://reconstruction.eserver.org.
Featured in the issue:
* Michael Vastola, "Pedagogy, Ideology, and Space in the Classical
Anarchist Conception of Freedom"
* Julie Elaine Goodspeed-Chadwick, "Derrida's Deconstruction of
Logocentrism: Implications for Trauma Studies"
* Rob Cover, "Producing Norms: Same-Sex Marriage, Refiguring Kinship
and the Cultural Groundswell of Queer Coupledom"
* William S. Haney II, "The Phenomenology of Nonidentity and
Theatrical Presence in M. Butterfly"
* Conrad William, "'If your God has really spoken to you...then all
the world must hear it': The Discourses of Revelation and Satire in
Salman Rushdie's The Satanic Verses"
* Joseph T. Thomas, Jr., "'a joint rolled in toilet paper':
Funkadelic's Funky Soul"
* Matthew Wolf-Meyer, "'Not only a consequence of power, but also one
of its strategies': An Interview with Lorna Rhodes"
Reconstruction is now accepting submissions for its next open issue
scheduled for publication in Fall 2007. Upcoming themed
issues--including Blogging, Threatening Bodies, Ecocriticism, Film,
and Class & Public Intellectuals--will have separate CFPs posted by
our guest editors. Further information on these upcoming themed issues
can be found at http://reconstruction.eserver.org/upcoming.shtml.
Reconstruction: Studies in Contemporary Culture (ISSN: 1547-4348) is
an innovative cultural studies journal dedicated to fostering an
intellectual community composed of scholars and their audience,
granting them all the ability to share thoughts and opinions on the
most important and influential work in contemporary interdisciplinary
studies. Reconstruction publishes one open issue and three themed
issues quarterly--more or less in the third week of January, April,
Submissions may be created from a variety of perspectives, including,
but not limited to: geography, cultural studies, folklore,
architecture, history, sociology, psychology, communications, music,
political science, semiotics, theology, art history, queer theory,
literature, criminology, urban planning, gender studies, graphic
design, etc. Both theoretical and empirical approaches are welcomed.
As a peer reviewed journal, submissions to Reconstruction are read in
traditional double-blind fashion, critiqued, and subsequently either
returned to the author for revision or accepted for publication. In
the case of disputed articles, the readers unable to come to a
consensus, the article will be read by an additional reader and then,
again, decided upon for future publication.
Articles accepted for publication are done so under the following
conditions: 1) If the article has not appeared in English previously,
the article will not appear in publication before its publication in
Reconstruction. 2) The author of said article is responsible for any
and all legal complaints made against the work, and is thus
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