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[ecrea] CALL FOR PAPERS disClosure journal issue 18: WAR

Wed Mar 05 12:24:08 GMT 2008

>CALL FOR PAPERS " disClosure: a journal of social theory " Issue 18: WAR
>disClosure is a blind refereed journal produced 
>in conjunction with the Committee on Social 
>Theory at the University of Kentucky. The 
>editorial collective of disClosure journal is 
>seeking submissions that explore WAR as it is 
>understood in a variety of areas and 
>disciplines. We welcome submissions from all 
>theoretical perspectives and genres (including 
>scholarly articles, interviews, reviews, 
>fiction, poetry, and artwork) and from authors 
>and artists concerned with social theory. Possible topics might include:
>of War*Historiographies of War*War and the 
>Economy*The Media and War*Identities and 
>War*Memories of 
>of War & Violence*Survivors and 
>Refugees*Domestic & Foreign Policy*War and the 
>Environment*Representations, Rhetorics, & Discourses of War*
>1.  Scholarly Articles, Essays, Poetry, and 
>Fiction: Include three copies of text submissions,
>double-spaced with no more than 10,000 words. 
>Manuscripts, notes, and bibliographies should
>follow Chicago format, where applicable.
>2.  Book Reviews: Include three double-spaced 
>copies. These should be approximately 1,000
>words and should review works published no earlier than 2006.
>3.  Art and other graphic materials: Artists 
>should submit digital or camera-ready material.
>Electronic submissions should be accompanied by 
>a hard copy. Art cannot be returned, so do not
>send originals. Do not submit material that has 
>been half- toned for publication (e.g., pictures in
>books or catalogues). All art will be published 
>in B&W, so please submit accordingly.
>Authors are responsible for securing copyright 
>and fair-use notices and must submit them prior to
>disClosure publication. All material accepted by 
>disClosure for publication becomes property of the
>journal. disClosure is not responsible for loss 
>or damage resulting from submission.
>C/O Naomi Norasak/Karen Kinslow/James Looney
>1613 Patterson Office Tower
>University of Kentucky
>Lexington, KY 40506-0027
>QUESTIONS regarding submissions should be directed to:
>disClosure editors Karen Kinslow and James Looney

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