The Call for Contributors is addressed to scholars in theatre studies, performing arts, literature, audience reception, performance, communication and cultural studies.
"Theatre Arts Journal: Studies in Scenography and Performance," published by the Gordon Craig Society for Theatre Research and Tel-Aviv University, is a semi-annual scholarly peer-reviewed journal, devoted to exploring current issues in scenography and performing arts. The journal encourages original scholarly research that examines the visual and audial aspects of performance--stage, costume, lighting and sound design, theatre architecture, masks, puppets, and movement as a sensorial element--and their contribution to the construction of meaning.
"Theatre Arts Journal" is pleased to announce the first call for papers in the following subject areas:
Gordon Craig's legacy: a reassessment
Scenography at the dawn of modernism
Representation in scenography, within the larger political, social, and aesthetic context
The journal invites submissions in these areas, as well as submissions that relate to the wider goals of the journal. Articles should be accompanied by an abstract of 150-200 words and a brief curriculum vitae. Manuscripts should be double-spaced and no longer than 8000 words (including endnotes). They should follow the Chicago Manual Style (14th Edition) and use Microsoft Word 2000. Submissions may be sent electronically (by e-mail attachment in MS Word) to the editor, Irene Eynat-Confino.
Contribution for the Fall 2004 issue are accepted now through February 29, 2004.
Irene Eynat-Confino, Editor
Theatre Arts Journal
Department of Theatre Studies
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