Monsters and the Monstrous Volume 2, Number 2, Special Issue on Monstrous Pedagogy: Teaching and Reading the Twilight Saga
Journal Announcement and Call for Submissions
Monsters and the Monstrous
Volume 2, Number 2, Special Issue on Monstrous Pedagogy: Teaching and Reading the Twilight Saga
As we approach the release of the final cinematic installment of the Twilight Saga we want to focus on monsters and pedagogy and in particular the relation between "Twilight and the Classroom". How do we teach Twilight? Why do we teach Twilight? Should we teach Twilight?
The Editors welcome contributions to the journal in the form of articles, reviews, reports, art and/or visual pieces and other forms of submission on the following or related themes:
● Twilight and Gender and Sexuality Studies
● Twilight and Literary Studies
● Twilight and Cultural Studies
● Twilight and Film Studies
● Twilight and Race, Ethnicity, and Idigeneity
● Twilight and Disability Studies
● Twilight and Religious Studies
● Twilight and Psychology
● Twilight and Sociology
Submissions for this Issue are required by Friday 3rd August 2012 at the latest.
Contributions to the journal should be original and not under
consideration for other publications at the same time as they are
under consideration for this publication. Submissions are to be made
electronically wherever possible using either Microsoft® Word or .rtf
Articles - 5,000 – 7,000 words.
Reflections, reports and responses - 1,000 – 3,000 words.
Book reviews - 500 – 4,000 words.
Artworks and photographs (Copyright permissions required)
Poems, prose and short stories
Other forms of contributions are also welcome.
Send submissions via e-mail using the following Subject Line:
'Journal: Contribution Type (article/review/...): Author Surname' and marked "Monstrous Pedagogy."
Submissions E-Mail Address:
Submissions will be acknowledged within 48 hours of receipt.
Contributions are also invited for future issues of the journal which will include: "Monstrous Spaces/ Spaces of Monstrosit" and "Monstrous Beauty."
We also invite submission to our special features on Non-English Language Book Reviews, and Monstrous Pedagogy. Please mark entries for these topics with their respective headings.
We look forward to folks getting involved in and with the journal.
Rob and Simon