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[eccr] Critical Studies in Television - TV Shorts

Tue Apr 26 13:22:52 GMT 2005

>CFP: TV Shorts, online at Critical Studies in Television
>Deadline: open
>ABOUT TV SHORTS: TV Shorts provides a unique online space for
>television scholars, critics, students and fans to present new
>research and/or initiate critical debate on contemporary television
>with a specific focus on fictions made for the small screen.
>Distinct about TV Shorts, with its open deadline, quick turnaround
>and immediate posting, is that it seeks to engage with the
>television zeitgeist, to take the pulse of contemporary culture as
>it were, while locating new ways of thinking and writing about
>TV Shorts aims to establish an intellectual space where new voices
>are heard and fresh perspectives offered. It will train attention on
>pioneering areas of research and groundbreaking critical approaches
>to contemporary television fiction, generating lively debate as well
>as providing an intellectual and creative platform for thinking
>differently and ingeniously responding to contemporary television
>culture.  Innovation is encouraged, intellectual curiosity demanded
>and difference expected.
>Call for Submissions
>2500-3000 word articles are sought from potential contributors to TV
>Shorts, online at Critical Studies in Television
>( Each paper must be submitted
>electronically to the administrator
>((editors /at/ No deadline exists.
>Instead submit paper as and when. To ensure quick turnaround,
>submissions will be approved and referred by the editorial board
>prior to posting. Writers of the best contributions will be invited
>to re-work and extend their piece for publication in the hard copy
>issue. Articles must be in English.
>Contributions from post-graduates, aspiring researchers and anyone
>interested in writing about television are also welcome.
>Proposed contributions to the TV Shorts section should be e-mailed
>in the first instance to the CST Administrator:
>(editors /at/
>Any hard correspondence should be addressed sent to:
>CST Administrator,
>Critical Studies in Television,
>Department of Contemporary Arts,
>Manchester Metropolitan University,
>MMU Cheshire,
>Hassall Road,
>Alsager ST7 2HL

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