CFP: Collection of Essays

Call for papers : Miranda online journal is looking for an article in American Literature or a paper from a seminar or symposium for its Prospero’s Island (Varia) section. Click here for Miranda stylesheet.

2018

December

  •  By December 1st, 2018: Call for papers L’Ordinaire des Amériques journal, December 2019 issue, Transforming the city: the emergence of sustainable cities in the Americas. Please send an article of up to 11,000 words (including notes, tables, figures, and references) to Laurent Roesch (for articles on North America) and Pablo Ligrone (for articles on Latin America).

    September

  •  By September 1st, 2018: Call for papers IMAGINAIRES e-journal , Lieux de rupture / Places of Rupture. Articles of 6,000-10,000 words to send to catherine.chauche@sfr.fr and daniel.thomieres@univ-reims.fr.
  •  By September 15, 2018: Call for papers Revue LISA / LISA e-journal, Old and New Avenues in Paul Auster’s Work. Please send a 300-word abstract, in English or French, together with a brief bio-bibliographical note to François Hugonnier et I. B. Siegumfeldt.

    July

  •  By July 2, 2018: Call for papers Adaptation, The "Adaptation" Essay Prize 2018. Essays of up to 4,000 words to submit via the journal’s online submission system.

    June

  •  By June 1st, 2018: Call for papers Études Canadiennes / Canadian Studies, Canada, a refuge from the United States?. Proposals of 250-300 words (in English or French) including a working title and a brief overview of the article’s aims, and a 100-word bio to send to revueetudescanadiennes@gmail.com and laurence.cros@univ-paris-diderot.fr.
  •  By June 1st, 2018: Call for papers Revue Française d’Etudes Américaines, Joan of Arc through American Eyes. A 500-word abstract in English or French along with a short biographical notice to send to
    Ronald Jenn and Delphine Louis-Dimitrov.
  •  By June 15, 2018: Call for papers Messengers from the Stars: On Science Fiction and Fantasy, LIES, Inc. lies and “alternative facts” in Science Fiction. Abstracts in English (4,000-6,000 words) to send to mfts.journal@gmail.com.
  •  By June 30, 2018: Call for papers L’Atelier, Reference and Referentiality. Abstracts in English or French (300-500 words) to send to Isabelle Alfandary, Priyanka Deshmukh and Juliana Lopoukhine.

    May

  •  By May 14, 2018: Call for papers to an edited volume on the topic of student political action . Please send a 300-500-word abstract along with a 3-line bio and your institutional affiliation to Judith Bessant Analicia Mesinas and Sarah Pickard. Click here for more details.

    April

  •  By April 15, 2018: Call for papers Babel. Littératures plurielles, Memorial Minor Writings in the Americas. Abstracts (200 words max) in English or French (in .doc format), with a title, a list of key words and a short bio to send to anne.garrait-bourrier@uca.fr and christine.duale@ut-capitole.fr.
  •  By April 30, 2018: Call for papers Transatlantica Special Issue, American Women Writers Abroad. Full-length essays (45.000 signs max. with spaces and footnotes) and a short CV to send to Stéphanie Durrans. Click here for more details.

    March

  •  By March 15, 2018: Call for papers Transatlantica special issue, Creating the child audience: media and the invention of modern American childhood in the late 19th and 20th centuries. An abstract of up to 400 words and a short bio (in English or French) to send to thibaut.clement@paris-sorbonne.fr.
  •  By March 30, 2018: Call for papers Angles, Neoliberalism in the Anglophone world. Full papers in English to send to Simon Dawes and Marc Lenormand.
  •  By March 31, 2018: Call for papers Journal of Short Story in English, Special issue of the JSSE on the short stories of Ron Rash. A 200-300-word proposal and a short bio-bibliography to send to Frédérique Spill.

    February

  •  By February 1, 2018: Call for papers American Art, Economics, Money, and the Art Market. Abstracts of 250-500 words to send to americanartjournal@si.edu.].

    January

  •  By January 10, 2018: Call for papers Revue LISA / LISA e-journal, Le(s) chemin(s) de fer clandestin(s) : histoire, mythe, représentations / The Underground Railroad(s): History, Myth and Representations. Proposals of up to 500 words (abstract and bio) to send to Sandrine Ferré-Rode.

    2017

    December

  •  By December 22, 2017: Call for papers The journal InMedia, Documentary and Entertainment. Proposals of up to 300 words and a short bibliography to send to David Lipson and Zachary Baqué.

    September

  •  By September 15, 2017: Call for papers Revue LISA / LISA e-journal, The World of Trump / Trump and the World. A 300-500-word proposal (in English or French) and a short bio to send to Pierre Guerlain & Raphaël Ricaud.
  •  By September 25, 2017: Call for papers Miranda, Ariel’s Corner, Theatre. Theatre reviews, interviews with theatre people, essays (but not formal academic papers) on theatre (in English or French) to send to Emeline Jouve.