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Call for Papers: 452 Degrees F
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7/31/2011
When: 7/31/2011
Where: Spain
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Call for Papers #06

On January 31st 2011, we start the CFP for the sixth issue of 452ºF Journal of Literary Theory
and Comparative Literature, to be published in January 2012. This CFP is open and addressed
to anyone who wishes to collaborate and holds at least a BA degree. The fifth issue, which will
be published in July 2011, will consist of a selection of guest articles written by authors
previously published in the Journal, and from members of the Advisory board who have
decided to participate. Visit http://www.452f.com/ for more information.

The bidding terms, which are exposed below and that regulate the reception and publication
of the different articles are subject to the content of the Peer review System, the Style-sheet
and the Legal Notice. These can be consulted in the Procedures area of the web page.

- The deadline is on July 31st 2011, all articles received after this date will be rejected.
- The number of articles corresponding to this sixth issue will be between 8 and 12.
40% of these will be reserved to researchers without PhDs, and the Editorial board
can only represent 20% of the total.
- The articles will be placed, according to their field of interest, in the corresponding
section of the Journal (monographic or miscellaneous).
- The monographic part will be restricted to 4 to 6 articles and, in this sixth issue, will
approach the relation between violence and identity representations in Latin
America, without rejecting nor excluding other scopes of investigation, both
theoretical and practical:
a) Social imageries and urban violence;
b) Gender violence and representations of femininity and masculinity;
c) Social exclusion, racial violence and national identity.
d) State violence, economic policies and globalization;
e) Historical violences and identity fictions;
f) Cultural practices, power technologies and body discipline.
- All other articles will constitute the miscellaneous section and, placed within the
margins of Literary Theory and Comparative Literature, the choice of the theme and
approach is free.
- The articles will be sent to the email redaccion@452f.com. The "subject” of the
email should state what section the article belongs to ("monographic” or
"miscellaneous”), the name of the author and the title of the article.

Visit http://www.452f.com/ for more information.

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