2nd Series, Nº 6: 2017
CALL FOR PAPERS – OPEN
Op.cit: A Journal of Anglo-American Studies (the Journal of APEAA – Associação Portuguesa de Estudos Anglo-Americanos / Portuguese Association for Anglo-American Studies) is now calling for papers for its next issue, 2nd Series, Volume 6, which will be published in 2017.
This issue will continue to devote attention to the ongoing public and academic commemoration of the centenary of the First World War in an attempt to explore the diversity of the war experience in its aesthetic and social representations and interpretations.
Proposals along the journal’s usual fields, disciplines and areas of research will also be accepted.
1. POSITION PAPERS
(10,000 to 20,000 characters, without spaces, including notes and bibliographic references);
2. FULL PAPERS
(30,000 to 40,000 characters, without spaces, including abstract, notes and bibliographic references).
All articles should include an abstract (900 characters, without spaces) in English (and in Portuguese if the text is in Portuguese), and a number of keywords (up to 6). The article and the abstract(s) should be in a single document
3. REVIEWS of recent books or essays, as well as NOTES and NOTICES about Journals are also welcome.
4. We also welcome brief ABSTRACTS of MA and PhD dissertations that have been submitted to public discussion in Portugal from 2014 to the present. Abstracts in English and Portuguese should be c.1,600 to 2,000 characters, without spaces, in each language. Please don't forget to include complete name, complete title (if the dissertation is in Portuguese, you can add a translation of the title), degree, university and date (you can add the name/s of the supervisor/s).
Being a peer-reviewed journal all contributions are sent out anonymously to experts for evaluation; it is therefore required that the author’s name, affiliation, and address should appear only on the cover sheet of the manuscript.
The email "subject" should read "Op.Cit.-2017-Proposal-Author’s surname".
The author should also send a short bio (600 characters).
The following address of the current editor-in-chief (Luísa Flora)
should be used for mail exchange between the authors and the Journal.
Deadline for the submission of proposals: 17 April 2017.