Brújula’s sixth issue, devoted to the construction of the imaginary in artistic discourses in Latin America, seeks to encourage a dialogue between diverse manifestations of aesthetic thought and creation. Essays might explore analytical, historical and/or interpretive approaches. Proposals with an interdisciplinary focus in literature, dance, music, visual arts, theater, cinema, architecture, new technologies, etc., are welcome; we are interested in works that respond to contemporary production, as well as those that encompass other historical periods. Potential topics for investigation include:
Intentionality(ies): author, work, audience
Objectivities and subjectivities in the arts
Spaces and times: locality, globalization and the past, present and future
Intersections of artistic discourses
The “new” arts: technology and media
Collectivity, collaboration and community in artistic creation
Creative processes and the mind
Politics, the State and art
Please submit materials to email@example.com by January 5, 2007.
Please submit your essay with a cover letter that includes a brief (50-75 word) professional statement (with your name, academic affiliation, and standing [graduate student, doctoral candidate, assistant professor], institution, research interests, and/or a few relevant publications) the title of your paper as well as a 100-word abstract.
Brújula is a peer-reviewed journal that favors anonymity in the process of selection. Therefore we ask that essays be submitted without names. Names and e-mail addresses should appear on cover letter and envelopes only.
Essays may be written in Spanish, English, or Portuguese.
Papers are limited to 15-20 pages, double-spaced, including endnotes and bibliography.
Send material via e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Use Microsoft Word 95 or higher. Or Mail 3.5” formatted disk (IBM or Mac) with document to: Brújula, Hemispheric Institute on the Americas, University of California, One Shields Avenue, Davis, CA 95616-8576.
We request that essay format follow the conventions of the MLA Style Manual and Guide to Scholarly Publishing.
Tables, diagrams, maps, photos, and artwork may be included by arrangement with editors. Permissions to reproduce such materials will be the responsibility of the author.
Brújula only accepts original contributions. Translations of articles or articles already published will not be accepted.
Manuscripts will not be returned.
Ana Alonso-Minutti / Juan Manuel Portillo University of California, Davis
5206 Social Sciences Building
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