Studies in Slavic Cultures: CFP: Performance and Culture
Call for Papers Date:
Studies in Slavic Cultures VII
University of Pittsburgh, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures
Call for Papers: PERFORMANCE
How can gender, nationality or identity be performed? What separates the performance of an idea from its reality? How do more traditional performances—on stage or in film—reflect cultural tropes?
Studies in Slavic Cultures is now accepting submissions for the 2008 issue. The theme of this issue is “Performance,” and we welcome graduate student submissions investigating any aspect of this topic in relation to theatre, film, literature, music, or other areas of contemporary or non-contemporary culture in Russia and Eastern Europe.
The deadline for submissions is DECEMBER 1, 2007. Queries and submissions should be sent to Alyssa DeBlasio and Julie Draskoczy firstname.lastname@example.org
Please visit the following link for detailed submission and formatting guidelines: www.pitt.edu/~slavic/sisc
SISC is published by members of the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures at the University of Pittsburgh, with support from the Center for Russian and East European Studies. The journal consists entirely of analytical articles by graduate students, appears annually, runs to approximately 120 pages, and is devoted to Slavic culture. SISC is an image-friendly publication, and the editors encourage applicants to submit visuals to accompany their work. SISC is indexed in ABSEES.
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