[csaa-forum] CFP: Animating interior worlds: spaces, objects and selves
nicole.matthews at mq.edu.au
Fri Feb 1 15:20:13 ACST 2019
Special issue of “Life Writing” for publication 2020, edited by Jane Simon and Nicole Matthews
Deadline for submission of abstracts: Thursday Feb 28, 2019
Full manuscripts for submission by Friday June 14, 2019
This special issue will map interiors and the way they are shaped by institutions, histories, architectures and objects. We are interested to explore a range of types of interiors including domestic spaces, intimate relationships, subjectivities and bodily experiences. Our aim is to foreground connections between material, visual and performance cultures and selves.
Contributions will explore the way interiorities might be traced and articulated through archives, performances, artefacts and images as well as more familiar forms of literary life narratives. Interdisciplinary perspectives are welcomed, and we anticipate contributions emerging from or bringing together multiple disciplinary perspectives.
Life Writing publishes both “essays” and “articles”; essays allow for a more self-reflexive or creative approach to scholarship while articles are more conventional academic works. A large part of this special issue will be devoted to essays. Life Writing’s guidelines on the essay form should be consulted before completing your submission. They can be found at: https://www.tandfonline.com/action/journalInformation?show=aimsScope&journalCode=rlwr20
Abstracts of 300-500 words, plus a short bio of less than 150 words by Thursday Feb 28, 2019 to nicole.matthews<mailto:jane.simon at mq.edu.au>@mq.edu.au with the subject line “Animating interior worlds”.
If you plan to submit an essay to the special issue please include as part of your 300-500 word abstract a rationale for your choice of this form. Conventional academic papers are also welcomed.
Feel free to contact me for more info.
Nicole Matthews and Naomi Sunderland (2017) Digital storytelling in health and social policy: listening to marginalised voices (Routledge)
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