CFP: Re-imagining Identity (no deadline noted; journal issue)
CALL FOR PAPERS:
Mester Literary Journal, Vol. XXXIII, 2004
Transformations: Re-imagining Identity.
The centennial celebrations of Alejo Carpentier and Pablo Neruda, whose
works contributed to new representations of Latin American identity, serv=
to highlight how this concept has been re-imagined over the years. In thi=
Special Issue we seek to explore the topic of identity from a wide range =
scholarly points of view.
We welcome submissions related to identity including, but not limited to =
Memory, Exile, Migration, Nationalism, Community, Ethnicity, Gender and
Sexuality, Visual and Textual Representations, Language and Language cont=
Mester publishes scholarly articles, interviews, and book reviews in the
fields of Spanish, Portuguese, Spanish-American, Brazilian and Chicano
literatures and linguistics. Mester also welcomes articles in Comparative
Literature, Critical Theory and Cultural Studies. Articles may be written=
Spanish, Portuguese, or English.
Enclosed as a form of attachment you will find Mester=92s call for papers=
our next issue. Please, take a moment to read the editorial norms, which
this year have been =93reedited=94 to be clearer and more explicit. You w=
also find out more about the process the submitted manuscripts go through
and the confidentiality of the procedure. Please do not hesitate to conta=
me if you have any questions or are not able to open the attachment.
Mester Literary Journal
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