Zeteo: The Journal of Interdisciplinary Writing (CUNY) Spring Issue [Camouflage]
Call for Papers Date:
Zeteo is looking for intellectual essays and research papers that offer the fruits of interdisciplinary scholarship to our well-educated, reflective readers. We welcome exploratory pieces by established scholars, essays and papers by independent scholars and writers, and promising student work.
The theme of the Spring 2013 issue is Camouflage. We are living in a world in which people, corporations, governments, and political groups are disguising themselves (including, at times, from themselves). Come out of your hiding place and show your own take on our camouflaged world. (N.B.: Not all submissions have to speak to this theme.)
Complete texts, proposals, or informal queries should be sent to the Zeteo editorial collective at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please submit manuscripts in Word and include with your submission a brief bio and a short paragraph summarizing or introducing the piece. Deadline is February 15, 2013.
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