Deadline extended: Submissions to Ulbandus XV,
"Seeing Texts," due February 17, 2012.
Seeing Texts: Visuality in Slavic Literatures
Deadline: February 17, 2012
ULBANDUS, the Slavic Review of Columbia University, is now requesting
submissions for its next issue, which will focus on the visual in Slavic
literatures. We welcome papers which together will reveal the current
state of scholarship on intersections between the visual and the
literary in the field of Slavic studies. Possible topics include, but
are not limited to:
-intersections between literature and the visual arts, including
painting, sculpture, architecture, garden design, photography, film,
theater, and dance
-ekphrasis: what it is, how it is relevant to the study of Slavic literatures
-interactions between the science of optics and literature
-notions of imagination and the mind’s eye
-illustrations of literary (and non-literary) texts
-looking as a literary theme, for instance voyeurism, aggressive or
unauthorized glances, and transformative or aestheticizing gazes
In addition to scholarly articles, ULBANDUS encourages submission of
original poetry, fiction, translations, photography and artwork. The
deadline for submissions is FEBRUARY 17, 2012.
Manuscripts should follow Chicago style and not exceed 25
pages (double-spaced) in length. Electronic submissions are strongly encouraged and may
be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org in .doc or .rtf format. (Artwork should
be submitted in TIFF format at a resolution of at least 600 dpi.)
Alternatively, authors may submit 2 hard copies of their paper to:
1130 Amsterdam Avenue, Mail code 2839
New York, NY, 10027
See “How to Submit Work” link at the Ulbandus website
further details, including a style guide. For inquiries or questions,
please check our website, or write to email@example.com for more
Articles published in ULBANDUS XV will also appear on the JSTOR site.
ULBANDUS is a peer-reviewed journal. All articles and notes submitted
for publication are reviewed anonymously and should be prepared so that
the author's identity is not revealed either in the body of the
manuscript or in bibliographic references. Manuscripts are read by at
least two evaluators, who recommend acceptance or rejection.
We look forward to receiving your submissions!
Greta Matzner-Gore and Kelsey Rubin-Detlev
Co-editors, Ulbandus XV