CFP: 'Margins' in Medieval English Lit and Culture (grad) (3/18/05; new journal)

full name / name of organization: 
M.C. Flannery
contact email: 


A new, interdisciplinary graduate journal of the Middle Ages


The theme of the first issue of *Marginalia* is 'margins'. We welcome
innovative and original interpretations and responses to this theme -- from
all areas of medieval studies -- by graduate students. Articles might
address the following themes:

- marginal annotation or illustration of manuscripts

- marginal social groups or marginalized themes and persons in literary

- little-known, under-studied or under-utilized texts, art-historical
sources etc.

We invite submissions in the form of long articles (approximately 5,000
words), shorter *Notes and Queries* style articles (approximately 1,000
words) and book reviews (c 1000 words), which must conform to the MHRA
style guide (available online at Please see for further details regarding style
requirements and guidance about the form long and short articles should

Submissions should be sent no later than 18th March 2005 to the editors via
email (, or We will be happy
to see brief proposals and to answer queries before the deadline (please
email proposals and queries to the email address above). This first issue
will initially be published on-line, and we aim to put out a hard copy
version later in the year.

The editors of *Marginalia* are graduate students, advised by a board of
academics, from the University of Cambridge. For more information about the
Medieval Reading Group and *Marginalia*, please visit

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