NANO: New American Notes Online. A new interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed, humanities journal
NANO: New American Notes Online
Brief, unpublished notes are sought for NANO: New American Notes Online—A new interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed, academic journal. The goal at NANO is to invigorate humanities discourse by publishing brief, peer-reviewed reports with a fast turnaround enabled by new technologies. NANO welcomes original notes from all fields in the humanities, particularly literature, film, history, music, rhetoric, philosophy, and art. Each issue focuses on a special topic designed to encourage new interpretations and new possibilities. NANO is currently accepting notes for our 2011 issues. Our average article length is approximately 8 pages, or about 2,000 words. Maximum submission length: 2,500 words (sound/film projects should be shorter than 10 minutes in duration). Issue 1.2 Special Theme: Mystery, the Unknown, Surprise, deadline: 18 March 2011. Issue 1.3 Special Theme: In Your Face: Aggressive Art, Design, and Architecture, deadline: 1 July 2011. For details and to read Issue 1.1: Navigation, please go to http://www.nanocrit.com. Send queries or completed notes to firstname.lastname@example.org. Editor: Sean Scanlan, Assistant Professor of English, New York City College of Technology.
Sean Scanlan, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of English
New York City College of Technology
The City University of New York
300 Jay Street, Namm 520
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Editor: NANO: New American Notes Online
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