CFPs in Renaissance Intellectual History

Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies. - Volume 32 / Number 2 / Spring 2002

Source of Information: CFP 2000-11-20
Date of Event: Issue of a journal to appear in spring 2002
Location of event: n.a. (issue of a journal)
Deadline for abstracts etc.: 2001-04-01


Call for submissions for the upcoming Open-Topic Issue

Volume 32 / Number 2 / Spring 2002

For this open-topic issue of the journal, the editors invite articles 
that are both informed by historical inquiry and alert to issues raised 
by contemporary theoretical debate. We expect that essays will be 
grounded in an intimate knowledge of a particular past and that their 
argumentation reveal a concern for the theoretical and methodological 
issues involved in interpretation. We are particularly committed to work 
that seeks to overcome the polarization between "history" and "theory" in 
the study of premodern Western culture.

Submission deadline (papers, not abstracts): 1 April 2001

Send two copies of the manuscript double-spaced, including endnotes, 
following the style guidelines of the Chicago Manual of Style (14th ed., 
esp. chap. 15 on documentation). Papers accepted for publication will 
need to be formatted more specifically, in hardcopy and diskcopy, 
according to journal style. Any illustrations accompanying a manuscript 
must be camera-ready, glossy prints and must be provided with permissions 
for their reproduction no later than the submission deadline. For return 
of manuscripts, please include an SASE. We do not consider articles that 
have been published elsewhere or are under simultaneous consideration 
with another publisher. Send to:

Michael Cornett, Managing Editor
Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies
Duke University
Box 90656
Durham, NC 27708

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