[Msa-discuss] CFP: Modernism/modernity special issue on the Harlem Renaissance

Adam McKible adam.mckible at verizon.net
Tue Jan 31 13:51:36 EST 2012

CFP: Modernism/Modernity is currently seeking submissions for a  
special issue on new approaches to the Harlem Renaissance, guest- 
edited by Adam McKible and Suzanne W. Churchill. All topics related to  
the Harlem Renaissance are welcome, including those that address:

--its evolving relationship to modernism and modernity;

--regionalism, nationalism, and/or globalism;

--migration and/or urbanism;

--new genealogies or geographies;

--critical race theory;

--queer theory and gender studies;

--narrative studies;

--poetry and poetics;

--periodical culture;

--film, visual culture, the performing arts;

--celebrity culture;

--youth culture and/or children’s literature;

--anthropology, sociology, and/or psychology;

--science and pseudoscience;

--economies of production and consumption.

All submissions should follow the Manuscript Format outlined in  
Modernism/Modernity and will undergo a double-blind peer review. Send  
inquiries and submissions to Adam McKible: amckible at jjay.cuny.edu.  
Completed essays must be received by May 15, 2012.

Adam McKible
Associate Professor of English
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
619 W. 54th St., 7th Floor
New York, NY 10019
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