[UPDATE] CFA: Supernatural in the Nineteenth Century
CFA: Supernatural in the Nineteenth Century (abstracts: 30 November 2013, articles: 31 March 2014)
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The Journal of Supernatural Studies
The Supernatural Studies Journal is now accepting proposals for a themed issue on the supernatural in the nineteenth century (due Winter 2014), guest edited by Janine Hatter and Sara Williams.
Articles may examine any aspect of the representation of the supernatural within the context of worldwide literature, arts and material culture in the nineteenth century. We welcome any approach, but request that authors minimize jargon associated with any single-discipline studies.
Suggested topics include, but are not limited to:
folklore & mythology, monstrosity, hybridity, vampires, shapeshifters, goblins, fairies and fairy tales, ghosts and hauntings, demons and angels, possession and/or mind control, death and dying, burial rites, occult, mysticism, spiritualism and séances, spirit photography, religion, superstition, voodoo, culture, philosophy, desire, politics, gender, race, sexuality and class.
Additionally, we are seeking reviews of books that engage with elements of the nineteenth century supernatural (800-1,000 words in length).
For articles: please send a 300-500 word abstract (or complete article, if available) and C.V. by 30 November 2013. All submissions will be acknowledged. Notification of acceptance will be e-mailed by 15 December 2013. If your abstract is accepted, the full article (3,000 - 6,000 words, including references using MLA style) will be 31 March 2014.
For reviews: please send a C.V. and description of the book you would like to review, or alternatively, see the journal's website for available books.
Further information, including Submission Guidelines, are available at the journal site: supernaturalstudies.org.
Please e-mail submissions to both firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. If emailing the journal directly at firstname.lastname@example.org please quote 'nineteenth century' in the subject box.