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[ecrea] Call for Papers- Journal of War and Culture Studies

Thu Aug 12 12:16:39 GMT 2010

>Journal of War and Culture Studies
>Call for papers
>Volume 4
>Issue 1: Varia
>The Journal of War and Culture Studies is the 
>academic journal of the international scholarly 
>association, the Group of War and Culture 
>Studies. JWCS principal focus is the 
>relationship between war and culture in the 
>twentieth century, and into the twenty-first, 
>primarily in Europe but not excluding other 
>geographical areas involved in conflict.
>Interdisciplinary and international in scope, 
>the journals emphasis is on cultural history 
>and on cultural production as a significant 
>force that has shaped the experience, representation and memory of war.
>We invite contributions in the fields of 
>cultural history, literary studies, and all 
>forms of visual studies that explore
>"   The relationship between war and culture during conflict and its aftermath
>"   The forms and practices of cultural transmission in times of war
>"   The impact of war on cultural production, 
>cultural identity and international cultural relations
>Contributions in related aspects of social 
>sciences, and social and political history will 
>be considered if the focus on cultural 
>production is clear. These should be written in 
>English and be of 56,000 words in length. They 
>should be sent to Helena Scott 
>(<(H.Scott /at/>(H.Scott /at/ 
><mailto:(H.Scott /at/> ) at the 
>University of Westminster by 15 September 2010. 
>Articles should be submitted in accordance with 
>Intellects guidelines to be found at: 
>2011, Volume 4
>3 issues per year
>Debra Kelly
>University of Westminster
><(kellyd /at/>(kellyd /at/
>Martin Hurcombe
>University of Bristol
><(m.j.hurcombe /at/>(m.j.hurcombe /at/
>Nicola Cooper
>Swansea University
><(n.cooper /at/>(n.cooper /at/
>Print ISSN 1752-6272 | Online ISSN 1752-6280
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