Expositions is an on-line journal where scholars from various disciplines gather as colleagues to converse about common texts and questions in the humanities. We seek to publish two types of contribution:
* Excellent papers that either have an inter-disciplinary character and appeal or are exemplary in their respective disciplines while being of interest to those from other disciplines.
* Briefer “notes, insights, and flashes” that benefit teaching, research, and the life of the academy. These contributions include: “notes” that reflect upon or challenge existing scholarship; “insights” that provide intriguing new paths of interpretation and close analysis of a text; and “flashes” that are just too exuberant, provocative, or risky to fit in an ordinary article. Perhaps hard to classify within conventional categories, these “Notes, Insights, and Flashes” should make us stop and think, entice us to re-read passages we thought we knew, spark conversations, or otherwise enrich our lives as interdisciplinary teachers and scholars.
Word-length will typically be 1,000 to 3,000.
Our next issue will appear in Fall 2010.
For more information, please see the journal’s website or contact the managing editors.
Expositions, SAC 104
Villanova, PA 19085
Phone: (610) 519-8100; Fax: (610) 519-5410
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