Call For Papers: ‘Transitions, Fractures, and Fragments’ in the Medieval and Early Modern – One Month Left

There is still one month to submit papers for the second issue of Ceræ: An Australasian Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies.

Submissions close on 1 October 2014 and the theme is ‘Transitions, Fractures, and Fragments’, to be interpreted in any way the author sees fit. We are also accepting non-themed submissions for publication.

As if such a great theme like that alone is not enticement enough, we are also please to offer a prize of $400 for the best article by a graduate student or early career researcher published in the issue, thanks for the generosity of the Centre for Medieval and Early Modern Studies at the University of Western Australia.

About Ceræ

Ceræ is a peer-reviewed Australasian journal of medieval and early modern studies. Administered from the University of Western Australia with the generous support of faculty and staff, the journal is directed by a committee of Australian and international graduate students and early career researchers united in our commitment to open-access publishing, the possibilities of the digital humanities, and to forging a strong community of medieval and early modern scholars in the region. Ceræ accepts manuscripts from any discipline related to medieval and early modern studies, including submissions with accompanying audio-visual material.

Submission requirements

Articles should be approximately 5000-7000 words and are due by 1 October 2014. They should be formatted according to the Ceræ Style Sheet. Submissions should be made online at: http://openjournals.arts.uwa.edu.au/index.php/cerae/about/submissions

For further information, please contact editorcerae@gmail.com.

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One comment on “Call For Papers: ‘Transitions, Fractures, and Fragments’ in the Medieval and Early Modern – One Month Left

  1. […] 1 October 2014 is also the deadline to submit an article for the second issue of Ceræ: An Australasian Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies. The theme for this volume is ‘Transitions, Fractures, and Fragments’, and you can read the full call here. […]

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