C47: A Film Journal
Deadline: Rolling, with first reviews 2/15/2015
C47: A Film Journal, is a new journal of film and media studies published by Portland State University and Ooligan Press, requests submissions for its inaugural issue. The journal will be published twice annually, in both hard copy and online format. The journal is refereed. The projected publication date for the first issue is late spring, 2015.
The first issue will focus on Portland filmmaker Gus Van Sant. Papers fare sought from a variety of theoretical and critical perspectives on any aspect of Van Sant’s work, including essays on cinematography and style, music, the socio-critical elements of his work, and the like. The incorporation of contemporary critical modes of analysis is encouraged, including (but not limited to) psychoanalytic, structural, post-structural, gender, feminist, queer theory, and pro- and anti-auteurist perspectives.
Essays should run from 5,000 to 9,000 words (lengths are flexible), and should follow theChicago Manual of Style.
While our journal is of an academic nature, we encourage the submission of mainstream, in-depth essays of any kind. Cross-disciplinary approaches are encouraged.
Michael J. Clark, J.D., Ph.D.
Director, Humanities Center
Portland State University
NH 405 – ENG
Portland, OR 97207-0751
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