[Msa-discuss] CFP: NANO: New American Notes Online, Issue 6 (Deadline: 28 June 2013) Special Issues: Cartography and Narrative

Ruth Garcia RGarcia at citytech.cuny.edu
Wed Mar 27 21:06:22 EDT 2013


*Call for Papers: **NANO: New American Notes Online***

*Issue 6       ***

*Deadline: 28 June 2013***

*Special Issues: Cartography and Narrative***

* *

Building upon the extensive work on literary geography and cartographic
cinema, a range of scholars in the humanities have endorsed mapping as a
conceptual framework to improve our understating of narratives. Meanwhile,
geographers and cartographers have recognized the importance of mapping
personal stories and vernacular knowledge in order to better understand
their contribution to the production of places. Examples of this fusion
between maps and narratives range from GPS drawing to walking as a way of
addressing the performative nature of mapping and from the political
mapping of journeys and stories of illegal migrants crossing borders to
mapping of feelings and emotions.

In order to further explore these relationships between maps and
narratives, the commission on Art and Cartography of the International
Cartographic Association (ICA) organized and held a workshop
<http://cartonarratives.wordpress.com/>on
these themes in Zurich, Switzerland, in June 2012.

We are now seeking academic and artistic contributions to be published in
two special issues of two academic journals.

The first special issue will be published in *NANO – New American Notes
Online* (issue 6) and co-edited by Laurene Vaughan (laurenekv at gmail.com)
and Matthew Bissen (mbissen at gc.cuny.edu).  *NANO* is a peer-reviewed online
journal capable of publishing a full range of media and designed to
encourage new interpretations and new possibilities. We are particularly
interested in submissions that explore and articulate representations of
place via narrative structures, especially the different ways such places
and structures are recorded, communicated, and critiqued. We invite
submissions that address forms of these two broad questions:  how do
narratives traverse through a “somewhere”? And, equally important, how are
real and imagined places narrated? Acceptable formats, sizes and lengths
are listed below.

The second special issue will be published in *The Cartographic Journal* and
co-edited by Sébastien Caquard and William Cartwright. It will compile a
range of academic papers providing more of a cartographic perspective on
the relationships between maps and narratives.  Both of these issues will
be cross-referenced to give more visibility to the publications as well as
to support the interdisciplinary dimension of this project.

To view *The Cartographic Journal* CFP, click
here<http://artcarto.wordpress.com/2013/01/15/call-for-papers-special-issues-on-cartography-and-narratives/>
.

*Keywords*: Each author is asked to submit 5 keywords to accompany their
submission. The following are some suggestions: Cartography, Mapping,
Place, Space, Non-Fiction, Memoir, Critical, Documentary, Film,
Representation, Realism.

*Schedule*: Deadlines concerning the special issue to be published in *NANO*
:

            *Jan. 28th, 2013: Call for papers***

*             Jun. 28th, 2013: Deadline to submit full papers & works
to  Laurene
Vaughan <laurene.vaughan at rmit.edu.au> and Matthew Bissen<mdbissen at gmail.com>
***

*             Aug. 30th, 2013: Comments sent by the editors to the authors**
*

*             Oct. 18th, 2013: Final version of the papers & works
submitted by the authors to NANO for the review process (For the detailed
instructions to the authors, please refer to NANO's Submission page.)***

*             Nov. 15th, 2013: End of the review process***

*             Jan. 31st, 2014: Final versions of the selected papers sent
by the authors to NANO***

*             May 2014: Publication of the special issue in NANO***

* *

(This will coincide with the publication of work in the the parallel issue
on Cartographies and Narrative in *The Cartographic Journal)*

*Submission Guidelines*: Format Guidelines concerning the special issue to
be published in *NANO*: Papers with images –3,500 words maximum; 15 images
maximum in high resolution—JPEG format preferred; Film Shorts –5-10 minutes
maximum using .mov, .mp4, or .wmv formats (min res = 426 x 400, max res
1920 x 1080); Sound Essays – 10 minutes maximum using *.mp3 *encoding at
bitrates above 256 kbit/s (preferred). Electronic submission preferred.
Text submissions should be sent as an email attachment using MS Word (doc.)
or Rich Text Format (.rtf). Refer to the list above for multimedia
submissions. Do not include your name on the attached document, but do
include your name and the title of your note in the body of your email. All
manuscripts should follow MLA guidelines for format, in-text citations, and
works cited.  Please send any questions that you have to Laurene Vaughan
and Matthew Bissen (email addresses above).

*Copyright and Permissions*: *NANO *expects that all submissions contain
original work, not extracts or abridgements. Authors may use their
*NANO *material
in other publications provided that *NANO *is acknowledged as the original
publisher. Authors are responsible for obtaining permission for reproducing
copyright text, art, video, or other media. As an academic, peer-reviewed
journal, whose mission is education, Fair Use rules of
copyright<http://www.copyright.gov/fls/fl102.html>apply to
*NANO*. Send questions to the editor.

We would appreciate it if you could inform us in February if you plan to
submit a paper or work to one of these special issues. Please feel free to
contact Sébastien Caquard or William Cartwright concerning *The
Cartographic Journal*, and Laurene Vaughan and Matthew Bissen concerning *
NANO*.

We are looking forward to receiving your contributions for these special
issues.

Laurene Vaughan, Associate Professor Design and Communication, in the
School of Media and Communication, RMIT University, Melbourne; Neirenberg
Chair, School of Design, Carnegie Mellon University

Matthew Bissen, Architect; PhD candidate in Geography at The Graduate
Center (City University of New York); Part-time faculty at Parsons The New
School for Design and Hunter College

Sébastien Caquard, Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography,
Planning and Environment; Concordia University, Montréal

William Cartwright, Professor of Cartography and Geographical
Visualization, School of Mathematical and Geospatial Sciences; RMIT
University, Melbourne
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