All topics - journal (The AnaChronisT, 5/31/2012)

full name / name of organization: 
The AnaChronisT
contact email: 
anachronist@freemail.hu

The AnaChronisT 16 (2012) invites research papers, interviews, and book reviews on literatures in English for its next issue, to be published in Winter 2012/3. Papers are to be sent to The AnaChronisT (Department of English Studies, Eötvös Loránd University, H–1088 Budapest, Rákóczi út 5.) by Thursday, 31 May 2011.

The AnaChronisT http://seas3.elte.hu/anachronist/ welcomes submissions by graduate and doctoral students as well as academics. The requirements of application are as follows:

- one hard copy of the essay sent to the above address;

- the text in Word or RTF document format sent to the following e-mail address: anachronist@freemail.hu (in exceptional cases the obligation to submit a hard copy along the digital version can be waived; with all such requests, please contact the editors);

- an abstract of 150–200 words (not required for book reviews);

- a biographical note on the author’s professional status and achievements (between 3 and 6 lines, including affiliation, relevant publications, etc.) as well as contact data.
Research papers must not exceed 10,000 words in length, including footnotes.

Book reviews may address relevant works published within the past 3 calendar years.

Reviews must not exceed 3,000 words in length and may be submitted until Monday, 21 June 2010. You may request the editors’ help in obtaining review copies of the desired publications.

Interviews can run up to 6,000 words.

For the formatting requirements, please visit our homepage.

Each paper is double-blind peer-reviewed.

The AnaChronisT is indexed by the MLA and ABELL and included in
the digital database of EBSCO and the Gale Group.

cfp categories: 
african-american
american
bibliography_and_history_of_the_book
childrens_literature
eighteenth_century
interdisciplinary
journals_and_collections_of_essays
medieval
modernist studies
poetry
postcolonial
renaissance
romantic
theatre
theory
twentieth_century_and_beyond
victorian