CFP: The Upstart Crow: Shakespeare Across the Arts (2/1/06; journal issue)

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Elizabeth Rivlin
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THE UPSTART CROW is currently accepting submissions for Volume XXV (2005),
on "Shakespeare Across the Arts." Diverse critical approaches to this
subject are welcome, especially performance-based, historical, and
theoretical methodologies.

Papers might investigate interdisciplinary contexts for the study of
Shakespeare, including visual and performance arts; film and other media;
and scientific and practical arts. Submissions focusing on the thematizing
of the arts in Shakespeare's writings, as well as those focusing on
adaptations / appropriations of Shakespeare across the arts, are

Submissions that address any aspect of Shakespeare's work, and performance
reviews of Shakespeare plays and festivals, will also be considered.

Deadline for priority reading of submissions: February 1, 2006

Submissions should follow Chicago Manual guidelines, with notes instead of
Works Cited. Author's name, address, phone and fax numbers, and email
address should appear on a separate sheet, not on the manuscript itself.
Submissions should not exceed twenty-five typed pages, including notes.
The entire manuscript, including quotations and notes, should be
double-spaced. Photocopies of illustrations are acceptable for submission
purposes. Send submissions to:

The Editor, The Upstart Crow
Department of English
Strode Tower, Box 340523
Clemson University
Clemson, SC 29634-0523

For all other inquiries, including subscription information, visit, or write to or

THE UPSTART CROW: A SHAKESPEARE JOURNAL, now in its twenty-fifth year, is
a peer-reviewed journal published annually under the auspices of the
Center for Electronic and Digital Publishing for Clemson University
Digital Press. THE UPSTART CROW is dedicated to publishing new and
contemporary approaches to the reading, performing, and teaching of
Shakespeare. Each issue includes critical essays, performance reviews, and
book reviews surveying the current state of the fields of Shakespeare and
early modern studies.

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