Volume on Shakespeare Studies (Deadline 15 September 2012)
* Submission of articles: 1 June 2012
* Final submission of articles: 15 September 2012
* Publication: December 2012
Revista Alicantina de Estudios Ingleses (RAEI) is an international Journal of English Studies published annually since 1988 by the University of Alicante (Spain). The abstracts of all the articles published so far can be accessed at the following internet address:
RAEI is currently preparing a special issue on Shakespeare Studies edited by Richard Wilson, Clive Bellis and José Manuel González. We would like to take this opportunity to invite scholars who are doing research in this field to participate in this interdisciplinary volume which will appear in December 2012.
Shakespeare Studies will cover these broad areas:
1. Global Shakespeare.
2. Shakespeare´s Afterlife.
3.Shakespeare and the Human Body
4. Shakespeare in the World: Translations and Adaptations.
5. Shakespeare and Popular Culture.
6. Shakespeare in Performance.
7. Textual Shakespeare.
8. Shakespeare´s Poems and Sonnets.
9. Green Shakespeare.
10. Shakespeare and the Visual Media
Contributions to the issue of Shakespeare Studies from any of the above-mentioned perspectives will be welcome.
Manuscripts should be written in English and be submitted by 15 September 2012. We would be very pleased if you would contribute a paper of c. 6,000 words. An abstract of no more than 200 words should also be provided.
All papers submitted to RAEI should be original, unpublished, and not have been submitted in parallel for publication elsewhere.
Manuscripts should be in conformity with the general RAEI guidelines, which may be consulted at the following internet address:
The editors will select contributions for the special issue and notify authors of their acceptance or rejection.
Authors are expected to provide an e-mailed copy of the final version of the manuscript (WordPerfect or Word format) to the address given below where they can also send all queries concerning the forthcoming volume.
Thanking you in advance for your attention.
Richard Wilson (Cardiff University)
Clive Bellis (University of Alicante)
José Manuel González (University of Alicante)