ERAS: MONASH SCHOOL OF HISTORICAL STUDIES ON-LINE JOURNAL
Call For Opinion Pieces
Dear postgraduate student/staff member,
Below you will find a call for opinion pieces for the seventh edition of ERAS, the on-line journal produced by postgraduate students at Monash University, School of Historical Studies. We would appreciate you circulating this message to all who may be interested.
MONASH SCHOOL OF HISTORICAL STUDIES ON-LINE JOURNAL
Call For Opinion Pieces
Eras is an on-line journal edited and produced by postgraduate students from the School of Historical Studies at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. Papers published by Eras are accepted from the following disciplines: History, Archaeology and Ancient History, Religion and Theology and Jewish Civilisation. Papers are also strongly encouraged from students from other disciplines, such as Cultural Studies, Indigenous Studies, Gender Studies, Philosophy, Sociology and Politics. However such manuscripts need to be relevant to the discipline of history and the above mentioned disciplines.
Eras is a fully refereed journal, which is intended as an international forum for current or recently completed Masters and PhD students to publish original research, comment and reviews in any field covered by the School's teaching and research.
For the first time this year we are seeking opinion pieces from postgraduate students working in any of the fields listed above, along with a brief description of your current affiliation and thesis topic.
These opinion pieces seek to expand the scope of ERAS and encourage postgraduate students to engage in vigorous intellectual and wider public debates with a particular interest in connecting the concerns of the past with the context and debates of the present.
Sumissions of no more than 2000 words are required by 31 August 2005. Such pieces will not be fully refereed (ie. not DEST approved) but will be assesed by the editorial commitee on the basis of originality and their contribution to public intellectual debate. Detailed notes and editorial guidelines for individual contributors are available on the web site listed below. It is anticipated that the seventh edition of the journal will appear in November 2005.
Look for our sixth edition on-line at the web address provided below.
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