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Routledge Journal Shakespeare
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 20.0256  Wednesday, 27 May 2009

From:       Gabriel Egan <
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Date:       Thursday, 21 May 2009 12:32:12 +0100
Subject:    Routledge Journal Shakespeare

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

The journal has changed its system of submission. Instead of emailing 
essays to the editors, authors should point their web-browsers at

     http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/rshk

and follow the instructions for authors.

Contributions of about 6,000 words 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 three months of submission.

Gabriel Egan
Co-editor, Shakespeare

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