The Yale Journal of Music & Religion (YJMR) announces the upcoming March 2016 publication of Vol. 2, No. 1, a general issue with articles on 17th-century Christian–Muslim dialogue over Davidic Psalms, the congregational masses of James MacMillan, and the Methodist hymn "And Can It Be.” YJMR is inviting papers for • Vol. 2, No. 2, a themed issue on … Continue reading Yale Journal of Music and Religion
Pedagogy and Practice. The volume features contributors from disciplines including Africana Studies, Business, English, History, Sociology, Women’s and Gender Studies (among others), outlining a fashion studies interdisciplinary exercise or assignment which they assign in their classrooms (offering background and guidance for instructors about how to best use this exercise, and reflecting on pedagogical best practices … Continue reading Fashion Studies Proposal Seeks Outside Reviewers
Museological Review (MR) is an online peer-reviewed journal, published annually, by the community of PhD students of the School of Museum Studies at the University of Leicester. Issue 20 will be a global platform – a microphone – to examine research on museums; their influence and agency, the people who work in them and the … Continue reading Museological Review Call for Volunteer Reviewers
The Essay Review is now accepting submissions for its 2016 issue. The Essay Review is a yearly online journal run out of the University of Iowa dedicated to providing lively criticism of the essay as an object of scholarly and aesthetic reflection. By approaching nonfiction with similar critical techniques as used in the analysis of fiction, poetry, and drama, we investigate the methods and … Continue reading Essay Review Call for Submissions
Participations, The Journal for Audience and Reception Studies has published its latest issue online at http://www.participations.org Current contents include articles on the understanding of Frozen as an eating disorder film, an audience investigation into Breaking Bad viewers, an article discussing how to bridge the gap between commercial and academic research, and several other interesting studies … Continue reading New Issue and CFP: Participations
Origins: Current Events in Historical Perspective (http://origins.osu.edu) is pleased to announce its most recent article: “Top Ten Origins: The World Series:” http://origins.osu.edu/connecting-history/top-ten-origins-world-series by Russell Field It’s October, time for that great American pageant: The World Series. The championship series of “America’s pastime” has been played annually since 1903 (with two exceptions in 1904 and 1994). Debates over … Continue reading In Time for the World Series!
The Centre for Media and Celebrity Studies has released the July 2015 edition of Celebrity Culture and Social Inquiry as well an edited book Bridging Gaps: Higher Education, Media and Society. This book contains chapters authored by selected delegates at the inaugural CMCS international conference series that was held in Toronto in May. Published by WaterHill Publishing, the … Continue reading New Issue of Celebrity Culture & Social Inquiry Now Available
The International Association for Robin Hood Studies (IARHS) is pleased to announce the creation of a new, peer-reviewed, open-access journal, The Bulletin of the International Association for Robin Hood Studies. The journal will be published bi-annually beginning in Spring 2016 and will be available on the IARHS’ website, Robin Hood Scholars: IARHS on the Web: … Continue reading New Journal: The Bulletin of the International Association for Robin Hood Studies
The Centre for Media and Celebrity Studies announces that the 8th edition of Celebrity Culture and Social Inquiry has been published. You may now access the newsletter for printing or review here.
Just in time for Halloween, past Clues contributor Tim Prchal (under his pseudonym Tim Prasil) is compiling a "chronological bibliography of early occult detectives." Vol 30.2: Paranormal mysteries