SCENARIO: Announcement of 4th Issue and Call for Publications
We are delighted that SCENARIO, the bilingual online Journal for Drama and Theatre in Foreign and Second Language Education, is already going into its third year (despite a few technological hitches we keep working on). Drama and Theater Pedagogy are enjoying increased popularity, as attested by the Journal for Theatre Pedagogy, Korrespondenzen, which is reviewed in the fourth issue of SCENARIO.
The forth issue also features contributions by Nathalie Fratini (Luxembourg), Benedikt Kessler and Almut Küppers (Frankfurt, Germany), Bettina Matthias (Middlebury, Vermont), Jenny Passon (Upstadt-Weiher, Baden-Wüttemberg, Germany), Kristin Wardetzky and Christiane Weigel (Berlin, Germany), reviews by Joachim Beug (Kinsale, Co. Cork, Ireland) and Gert Hofmann (Cork, Ireland), as well as a text by Frank McCourt, Teacher Man: A Memoir. SCENARIO can be accessed via the journal’s website: http://scenario.ucc.ie.
Teachers, scholars, theatre professionals, drama educators, and drama education researchers involved with the teaching and learning of second and foreign languages are invited to submit papers for the fifth and sixth issues of SCENARIO. Contributors will shape and intensify the debate around the role of drama and theatre in the teaching and learning of second and foreign languages, literatures, and cultures.
Deadline for submissions / fifth issue: January 30, 2009
Deadline for submissions / sixth issue: July 30, 2009.
Both theoretical papers and reports on practical projects in line with the journal's profile are welcome. Please consult the journal’s website as to submission guidelines. Papers may be in English or German and should not exceed 15-18 pages (5000-6000 words). They should be preceded by an abstract of no more than 200 words. Please include a short author biography and 4-6 keywords.
Papers should be sent as email attachments to email@example.com and as hardcopy to
SCENARIO, Editorial Office,
Department of German,
National University of Ireland,
University College Cork,
Dept. of Germanic Studies
Bloomington, IN 47405
(812) 855.7562 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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