"Censorship & Cultural Practices": Genre Journal- Call for Contributions (April 2, 2012)
CFP: "Censorship & Cultural Practices": Genre: International and Interdisciplinary Journal of Literature & the Arts -- Call for Contributions
Call for Papers
Issue 33: Censorship & Cultural Practices (deadline for submissions: April 2nd, 2012)
The history of human culture has always been engaged with classifying and upholding the politically and socially acceptable, ethical and moral. On the flip side, it has also been equally engaged with what is deemed as forbidden, shocking, inappropriate, tasteless, improper, reprehensible and even scandalous. Censorship and freedom of expression are not just modern-day issues or debates. To be heard, seen, erased or silenced in written, spoken or visual form has vexed humanity since the Ancient and Classical debates on good governance and freedom of speech.
We welcome submissions of papers on a wide range of topics pertaining to censorship and its cultural practices globally and through time.
Submissions, double-spaced and preferably between 2,500 and 4,000 words, should be sent electronically by Word attachment to the Genre Editor at email@example.com.
All submissions should include a cover letter indicating institutional affiliation, paper title and your full mailing address.
Please do not include your name on the essay itself as it will be reviewed by a blind peer-review panel.
Please include a 200-word abstract to be published along with your paper.
Submissions should follow the format described in the MLA Style Manual, 2nd ed., with internal citations and a Works Cited page at the end. Endnotes should be used sparingly, for explanatory purposes only.
Genre is the annual scholarly journal from the Department of Comparative World Literature & Classics at California State University, Long Beach.
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