The editors of NeoAmericanist, an online multi/inter-disciplinary journal for the study of America, are issuing a CALL FOR PAPERS among interested Undergraduate and Graduate students. We are accepting original PAPERS as well as book and movie REVIEWS from Bachelor, Master and Doctoral level students on the comprehensive topic of American: including history, politics, society, ideas, and culture.
To submit or for more information, contact the journal editors at:
The DEADLINE for submission is JULY 1ST 2005
(Priority given to papers received before JUNE 1ST)
All submissions considered
NeoAmericanist, affiliated with and funded by the American Studies Department at the University of Western Ontario, is an exclusively Undergraduate and Graduate, peer-reviewed and blinded journal. Our goal as editors is to push the boundaries of scholarship and theory by blurring the lines of academic disciplines and popular culture through a top quality journal available to students and future professional scholars who aspire to publish and contribute to the intellectual community. We therefore invite students of history, theory and criticism, philosophy, political studies, economics, sociology, geography, first nations studies, anthropology, women's/gender studies, architecture and design, film studies, and others, to submit works pertaining to the study of America.
Also, if you are an Undergraduate or Graduate student interested in learning more about the journal in general and/or joining our growing team please email either one of the above addresses, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
--Andrew M. Johnston
Co-Director, Centre for American Studies
NeoAmericanist Executive Editorial Board
American Studies Department
University Of Western Ontario
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