The Konigsberg Review, in conjunction with the Woody Studies Program and the Department of History at the University of Arkansas, is now accepting interdisciplinary article submissions for publication in July 2006. The purpose of The Konigsberg Review is to provide a forum for debate, discussion, and critical theory related to the films of Woody Allen. It will also examine the film, writing, and philosophy influential to and derivative of that work. (Articles examining influences and derivatives, even those not specifically tailoring their theses to incorporate Allen, are accepted and, in fact, encouraged.) The Review’s first volume will be an online journal intended to foster this critical discourse, and thus scholarly work from the fields of history, literary theory, film theory, sociology, drama, linguistics, philosophy, musicology, theology, or any other discipline with a relevant voice is encouraged. PhDs, advanced graduate students, and independent scholars are welcome to submit.
Chicago Manual of Style formatting is preferred, but MLA will be accepted. Submissions should be at least 4,000 words in length, and will be accepted until 1 April 2006. Electronic submissions are encouraged at firstname.lastname@example.org. If submitting by traditional mail, please enclose a copy of the paper on a 3 1/2 inch floppy disk or CD.
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