The Maryland Historian welcomes paper submissions for a special issue on _Race and Nation._
This issue will emphasize the interrelationships between race and nation. Papers may focus on any nation or time period. The editing committee encourages papers with an interdisciplinary focus and we invite faculty and advanced graduate students to submit their work.
Of interest are such issues as: the interconnectedness of racial and national identities; racialized ideologies of national belonging; whiteness; ‘imagined communities,’ myths and narratives of race and nationalism; imperialism, anti-imperialism, and the construction and deployment of racial nationalisms; globalization and the formation of transnational ethnic and racial communities; biological and cultural definitions of race and nation; the intersection of racial and national identity with other factors such as gender, ethnicity, and class; and many others.
The Maryland Historian will accept submissions until May 1, 2004.
Manuscripts should be submitted on a Windows formatted 3.5" floppy or Zip disk or emailed as an attachment to the Articles Editor at firstname.lastname@example.org. MS Word, WordPerfect, or RTF preferred. Typed, double-spaced manuscripts submitted in triplicate will also be accepted. As manuscripts are sent _blind_ to referees, please put your name only on the title page. The title of the piece and the page number should appear on each succeeding page.
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