The spring 2012 issue of Interdisciplinary Humanities will focus on children's media. We will be looking for scholarly articles and nonfiction essays that explore works produced for children or works that focus predominantly on children: video games, picture books, fantasy works, hip-hop music/poetry, illustrated works, anime, film, and children's poetry, to name a few. These various media are relevant to children and have become an important part of twenty-first century scholarly study. We ask that all essays be interdisciplinary in nature and that they do not exceed 6,000 words. Please send inquiries and submissions to either Dr. Wynn Yarbrough at firstname.lastname@example.org or to Dr. Michael Howarth at email@example.com by November 1, 2011.
Interdisciplinary Humanities is a refereed, scholarly journal published by HERA, the Humanities, Education, and Research Association.