“Portuguese Migrations in Comparison: Historical Patterns and Transnational Communities”
(Guest Editor: Dr. Marcelo Borges)
Portuguese Studies Review invites proposals for articles on the history of Portuguese migrations from the eighteenth to the twentieth century.
We specially welcome contributions that explore historical interaction between home and destinations, global patterns of migration in comparative perspective, and connections between migratory traditions and spaces.
The PSR publishes articles in English, Portuguese, Spanish, and French.
The papers will be published in Issue 1, Vol. 15 (2007) of the PSR, under the editorship of Marcelo Borges (Dickinson College).
The proposals should be no longer than 300-500 words and outline the theme, source base, and main contribution of the paper to the subject. Please, send the proposals and abridged CVs to Marcelo Borges .
The final deadline for proposals is July 1, 2006.
The completed papers should be 6,000-10,000 words long (documentation included) and follow the PSR house style, based on the Chicago Manual of Style. The PSR “Instructions to Authors” are available in full at http://www.trentu.ca/psr/author.html and http://www.trentu.ca/psr/ins_aut.html.
The PSR is a refereed journal and follows a double blind review process.
The completed articles should reach the Guest Editor by January 15, 2007. The review process takes approximately two to three months. The authors will have approximately three weeks to revise their papers in response to the referees' comments.
Final versions of the papers should reach the PSR by May 15, 2007. The issue will be published in July 2007.
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