CFP-[Inter]sections 23 (2020)

deadline for submissions: 
September 30, 2020
full name / name of organization: 
American Studies Program, University of Bucharest

[Inter]sections publishes academic articles, reviews, and interviews relevant to the field of American studies. We encourage our authors to explore the most recent scholarship, from a solid critical background and in conversation with relevant and challenging work from the field. Although we focus primarily on subjects that are grounded in the nineteenth, twentieth, and twenty-first century, we do not exclude work that explores other time periods. The scope of our journal includes research in the fields of North American literature, history, visual culture, film and television studies, popular culture, political studies, race and ethnic studies, philosophy, gender and sexuality studies. The journal aims to encourage (but not impose) a transnational approach that places the North American space in dialogue with other cultural and political spaces. [Inter]sections also aims to encourage a wide variety of critical approaches and interdisciplinary dialogues. [Inter]sections is published under the auspices of the American Studies Program at the University of Bucharest.

 [Inter]sections is an annual double-blind peer reviewed publication. We accept submissions until September 30.

We publish academic papers, as well as relevant reviews and interviews. Papers should be between 3,000 and 8,000 words (for book reviews, the suggested length is between 1,000 and 3,000 words), and written in accordance with the 7th edition of the MLA citation style. All submissions should also include an 100-word abstract and a list of 5-7 keywords, a short bio,  and an abstract. Alternately, you may wish to fill in the following submission form:

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Please see www.intersections-journal.com for more information about the journal and the publication process.