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CFP _Shakespeare_
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 19.0179  Friday, 28 March 2008

From:		Gabriel Egan <
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Date:		Thursday, 27 Mar 2008 11:19:08 -0000
Subject:	CFP _Shakespeare_

The journal Shakespeare is the organ of the British Shakespeare 
Association (BSA).

Contributions are invited for future issues of the journal to be 
published by Routledge in 2009 and 2010. Academics working in the United 
Kingdom might want to return to pieces they did not manage to complete 
in time for the Research Assessment Exercize at the end of 2007, and to 
see if these can now be turned to account.

The journal aims to bring together Shakespeare scholarship and 
Shakespeare in performance in order to open newly emergent debates 
across disciplines. It is published online four times a year and in a 
bound paper volume comprising all four issues once a year.

Contributions on all topics and approaches to Shakespeare will be 
considered and the journal applies a rigorous principle of anonymous, 
double-blind peer review. (That is to say, the external readers won't 
know the identity of the writer and the writer won't know the identities 
of the external readers.) Contributors can normally expect a decision on 
publication within 3 months of submission.

Contributions should be about 6,000 words and should be emailed as Word 
documents to the journal editors:

    Deborah Cartmell (
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    Gabriel Egan (
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    Brett D. Hirsch (
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    Lisa Hopkins (
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Gabriel Egan
co-editor, Shakespeare

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