(After February 14, when the site "goes live", Submission Guidelines will be available on-line here: http://coreopsis.concrescent.sophicarts.org/submissions/)
After a hiatus, the Coreopsis Journal of Myth & Theatre editorial staff is please to announce that the Journal will be published once again on a new site. There will be two issues in 2013: Spring/Summer, April 29 and Fall/Winter, October 29. Paper Calls follow. We are very excited about coming under the wing of Concrescent Press' academic scholarship imprint and look forward to a long and happy relationship. We are looking forward to hearing from all of you as well. Thank you, Lezlie A. Kinyon, Ph.D. Ed. on behalf of the editorial staff of Coreopsis Journal of Myth & Theatre.
Queries & Full manuscripts, and letters to the editors: coreopsisjournalofmyththeatre_at_ gmail(dot)com. For conference & festival announcements, CFPs, and other correspondence, please place "correspondence" in the subject line. (Remember that, when sending your announcements for publication, that brevity is a golden quality.)
Coreopsis is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal dedicated to humanistic scholarship in the arts of sacred performance in areas of interest that include - but, are not limited to - ritual studies, liturgical considerations, musicology and composition, dance, folklore, mythology, historical research, theatre arts (including technical aspects), mythopoetics, ethnography and selected areas of psychology, brain science, neuraesthetics, cybernetics and the science of thought, shamanic studies, and consciousness.
CFP Spring/Summer 2013: Vol 2 # 4: Musing upon Euterpe: Electric and Acoustic Music of Our Times. Suggested subjects include, but are not limited to, music of the ancients, music and mythology, music in myth and theater, Pagan and traditional music, and modern mythical topic within popular and folk music. Please submit drafts of between 3,000 and 10,000 words to: coreopsisjournalofmyththeatre_at_ gmail(dot)com by February 28. Publication date: April 29. Peer reviewers for this issue are also being sought. Musicologist and Music Editor for Coreopsis, Dr. Reba Alaina Wissner will be guest editing this issue.
CFP Fall/Winter 2013: Vol 2 # 4: Vol. 3; Number 4 Fall/Winter 2013. Deadline for submissions: July 1. (Announcements and reviews can a be a bit more flexible.) Theme: Penny tae th’ Guisers: An examination of medieval performance before 1400. Suggested subjects include, but are not limited to, mummers and guisers; sagas, eddas, and lays: troubadours and trouveres, bards and the Bardic tradition; passion plays, folk plays. Of particular interest is the theatre of the Beguine mystics of the 12-13th centuries. As Example: Hildegard von Bingen Ordo Virtutum and Mechtild von Magdeburg Das fließende Licht der Gottheit, with some discussion of revivals and re-enactors. Preference given to papers examining the areas of folk magic, magico-religious elements, and the sacred performance of monastic orders and/or Beguine traditions of the era. Peer reviewers for this issue are also being sought. Please submit drafts of between 3,000 and 10,000 words to: coreopsisjournalofmyththeatre_at_ gmail(dot)com by August 15. Publication date: October 29.
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