CFP: Comparative Humanities Review, debut issue (3/1/06; journal issue)
For its debut issue, Comparative Humanities Review, a student-run academic
e-journal, is seeking submissions from undergraduates and M.A. students. The
Review is interested in any paper that deals with a comparative topic inside of
the humanities disciplines. Professors and Ph.D. students are urged to recommend
the work of certain promising undergraduates and M.A. students at their
The Comparative Humanities Review publishes issues on a rolling basis, so please
allow at least two weeks for reviewing.
To ensure academic validity of any article that is submitted, we will require an
endorsement from a faculty member, preferably the professor of the course for
which the work was produced; if the article was not designated for a specific
course, the endorsement may be from a professor associated with the discipline
of the article. This endorsement should be a brief paragraph formally approving
the submission as potentially relevant scholarship and can either be a formal
letter of endorsement or an e-mail. Please include the faculty endorsement with
Submissions should be at least 1000 words in length (no maximum) and are
anonymously peer-reviewed by a member of the Comparative Humanities Review
editorial board. Please e-mail submissions with "Comparative Humanities Review"
in the subject heading to nkupensk_at_bucknell.edu and cgphilli_at_bucknell.edu.
(MSWord or .RTF format is preferred.)
All submissions should include a title and the name of the author. The name will
be removed prior to the anonymous review process. Please send any inquiries to
cgphilli_at_bucknell.edu or bmf008_at_bucknell.edu.
The Humanities Review is a student-run e-journal interested in providing a forum
for students to present their critical scholarship to the academic community at
--Brian FortuneGraduate StudentDepartment of EnglishBucknell University701 Moore Avenue, C3861Lewisburg, Pennsylvania 17837-2083bmf008_at_bucknell.edu ========================================================== From the Literary Calls for Papers Mailing List CFP_at_english.upenn.edu Full Information at http://cfp.english.upenn.edu or write Jennifer Higginbotham: higginbj_at_english.upenn.edu ==========================================================Received on Thu Feb 02 2006 - 15:18:24 EST