CFP: Technology, Media and Culture in the Space Between, 1914-1945 (1/31/06; journal issue)
CALL FOR PAPERS
The Space Between: Literature and Culture, 1914-1945
Originally published as Precursors and Aftermaths:
Literature in English, 1914-1945
Special Topics Issue in 2007
The editors of the newly-renamed journal The Space Between: Literature
and Culture, 1914-1945 would like to announce a call for papers for a
special topics issue (Volume 3, Number 1) on =93Technology, Media, and
Culture in the Space Between, 1914-1945.=94 Interdisciplinary articles
that explore the manifestations, effects, and representations of the
new technologies of the 1914-1945 period are sought. The editors are
especially interested in interdisciplinary explorations of the cultural
relationships that emerge as the roles of the media and technology
shape each other in the space bracketed by the two World Wars.
Deadline for submissions to this special issue is January 31, 2006.
Please send submissions or correspondence regarding submissions to the
guest editor, Debra Rae Cohen, at drc_at_uark.edu or Department of
English, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR, 72701. Articles
should be 6,000 to 10,000 words (including notes and works cited).
Please submit one paper copy and an identical electronic copy in Word.
(International submissions can forego paper copy.) Articles should
conform to MLA style. Include a cover letter that describes the
contents of your article. For examples of the contents of previous
issues, see our web page www.precursors.org.
The Space Between is a refereed journal dedicated to supporting
scholarly study of literature and culture between the wars. It aims to
provide an interdisciplinary forum for research on overlooked texts,
understudied authors, and new approaches to traditionally canonical
texts. Its editors are also interested in work that encourages fresh
examination of art, society, and culture illuminating the war and
interwar period. Publication is annual and is co-sponsored by the
society The Space Between and Fort Hays State University.
Debra Rae Cohen
Department of English
333 Kimpel Hall
University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, AR 72701
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