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Call for Papers – Resistance Studies Magazine

The second issue of the Resistance Studies Magazine – call for papers!

The editors are calling for:

* Papers (articles concerning resistance, power and social change; 2000-4000 words). We will accept original research, essays, and reports in English.

* Book reviews (500-4000 words).

* Relevant interviews (flexible word count)

For submission guidelines, please go to the Magazine page.

Dead Line: April 1st.

Estimated publication: Late April/early May.

The Resistance Studies Magazine is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed magazine distributed as an electronic publication (ISSN 1654-7063). The general aim is to promote research within the field of resistance studies, and to ground a global debate and a critique of contemporary issues on power and resistance. It is always available for free download.

If you have ideas, drafts, or just want to know more – please do not hesitate to contact Christopher Kullenberg (editor) at christopher.kullenberg@theorysc.gu.se (please also send to christopher.kullenberg@gmail.com for safe correspondence).

Christopher Kullenberg

Department for History of Ideas and Theory of Science

Box 200, 40530 Göteborg

Tel. +46(0)317865559

Fax. +46(0)317864548

http://www.hum.gu.se/~vetck/

christopher.kullenberg@theorysc.gu.se

Skype: christopher.kullenberg

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Call for Papers: E-pisteme

Call for Papers: E-pisteme
Theme: Voice

Deadline: 15 April 2008

Please circulate this CFP, below and attached in PDF.

E-pisteme, a postgraduate e-journal based in the Faculty of Humanities and
Social Sciences at Newcastle University, is dedicated to publishing fresh
and vibrant research of the highest quality from postgraduate students and
postdoctoral scholars.  The journal focuses on themes that reach across
disciplines, seeking to challenge traditionally defined ways of thinking
and doing research. E-pisteme is designed as a forum for international
academic exchange and aims to publish peer-reviewed scholarly articles by
new researchers, providing an opportunity for postgraduates to write in an
academic style for an interdisciplinary readership.

We are pleased to announce that E-pisteme is now accepting articles for its
inaugural issue on the theme of ‘VOICE’.  The issue aims to explore some
of the complexities of the concept ‘voice’ by bringing together
contributions of masters, doctoral and postdoctoral researchers working in
a variety of disciplines across the Humanities and Social Sciences.

Suggested areas for articles include, but are not restricted to:

Voice and Identity
Voice and Power
Marginalized voices (linguistic, cultural, political, etc.)
The ‘death of the author’?
Nationalism
Forbidden voices – Censorship
Translating Voices
Voice and the Media
e-voices

Please send article submissions as MS Word attachments via e-mail to:
e-pisteme@ncl.ac.uk

All submitted articles must contain the following information:

.       Name
.       Affiliation
.       Stage of study
.       E-mail address
.       Abstract (100-200 words)
.       3 to 5 Keywords

For more information about E-pisteme and our submission guidelines please
visit our
website:  http://research.ncl.ac.uk/e-pisteme/
<https://owa.ncl.ac.uk/exchweb/bin/redir.asp?URL=http://research.ncl.ac.uk/e-pisteme/>

Deadline for submissions:  15th April 2008

E-pisteme Editorial Board
Newcastle University
e-pisteme@ncl.ac.uk
ISSN 1756-8226

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