CFP - King's College London, Department of English - Metamorphosis and Change

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King's College London, Stet journal, Issue 2
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stetjournal@kcl.ac.uk

Issue 2 will present articles from an international pool of postgraduates on the concept of metamorphosis. The issue seeks to consider varying aspects of this theme; submissions might address (although need not to be limited to):

Interpretations of the body in performance and/or literature
Developments in eco-criticism
Representations of gender and sexuality and transformation of the body
Changes in representing the past
Transformation of the city
Transformative journeys; travel writing; migration
Questioning borders and boundaries
Change through disease and virus
Adaptations or moments of transition between media (performance/ manuscript/ print/ digital)
Political change or transition
Ethnographic readings
Metamorphosis of language
We are excited to announce that all submissions from King's College London students will be eligible for The King's College London Graduate English Prize. The KCL Graduate English Prize has been created in conjunction with Stet and will reward the author of the best King's essay with £200.

We invite you to submit articles of between 3,500 - 5,000 words, along with a brief mini-biography to the editors of Issue 2 at stetjournal@kcl.ac.uk no later than Wednesday February 15th 2012.

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