The online journal, Rhetorical Topographies (http://rtjournal.cgu.edu), invites the submission of papers for possible publication for the Dec/ Jan issue. Rhetorical Topographies is a topic-driven online journal for graduate students in the Arts and Humanities. The intention of the journal is to exhibit both the breadth and the depth of research in the various disciplines within the Arts and Humanities by providing a space for discussion between, around and among the different disciplinary insights. The topic for the next issue is Fear. Papers may investigate any aspect of Fear—anxiety, social/cultural fear, terror/terrorism(s), death, etc.
We are also accepting submissions for a future issue highlighting the range of topics within the Arts and Humanities; thus, topics outside of Fear are also encouraged.
Papers should be finished works that highlight original thought and critical thinking.
Preferably authors will still be of student status, however, recent graduates and professors will be considered.
Papers should be no longer than 15 double spaced pages in length (use appropriate style for your discipline—MLA, APA, Chicago). Remove identifying references to the author(s) from the paper, and include author information—name discipline, address etc.—in the text of your e-mail.
Submission deadline is December 5, 2005.
Virus infected and unreadable files will not be considered.
Please send your submission as a Word file e-mail attachment with ‘Rhetorical Topographies’ in the subject line to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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