Call for Publications: Arts and Humanities Section of Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine
The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine seeks manuscript submissions for its Arts and Humanities Section that deal with the intersections of biology, medicine, and the humanities. Articles may be either analytical or narrative
Analytical articles may be grounded in historical, policy, anthropological, or sociological methodologies. We welcome articles that span geographical and chronological boundaries. Examples include the impact of free clinics on diabetes care or the history of secret societies in medical education. Analysis pieces should be limited to 6,000 words.
Narrative articles should provide personal perspectives on medical or biomedical topics in a clear narrative voice – pieces might describe clinical or medical school experiences or interviews with important figures in biology and medicine, for example. Narratives should be limited to 3,000 words.
We welcome digital submissions. Email submissions as Word documents in attachment form to email@example.com. Images are welcome, and should be submitted as an individual file, in either high-resolution JPEG or TIFF formats.
For further information, or to submit via postal male, please contact the Arts and Humanities Editors, Julia Irwin (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Mary Ellen Leuver (email@example.com).
Submission deadline (for publication in September, 2007): July 15, 2007.
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