The general editors of EJES are issuing calls for papers for the three issues of the journal to be published in 2021. Potential contributors are reminded that EJES operates a two-stage review process. The first is based on the submission of detailed proposals (up to 800 words) for full essays (7,500 words) as well as a short biography (max. 100 words). This results in invitations to submit full-length essays from which a final selection is then made. The deadline for proposals for Volume 25 was 31 October 2019 for Brexit and Academia, and is 31 December for Feminist Responses to Populist Politics and Disseminating Knowledge: The Effects of Digitalized Academic Discourse on Language, Genre and Identity. The delivery of completed essays will be in 2020.
The themes for Volume 25 are as follows. Please click on the titles to download the respective CFP.
- Brexit and Academia, eds Sibylle Baumbach (Stuttgart) and Andreas Maurer (Innsbruck) Closed
- Feminist Responses to Populist Politics, eds Mónica Cano Abadía (University of Graz), Sanja Bojanić (University of Rijeka), Adriana Zaharijević (University of Belgrade)
- Disseminating Knowledge: The Effects of Digitalized Academic Discourse on Language, Genre and Identity, eds Rosa Lorés Sanz (Universidad de Zaragoza), Giuliana Diani (Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia)
EJES operates a two-stage review process.
- Contributors are invited to submit proposals for essays on the topic in question.
- Following review of the proposals by the editorial board panel, informed by external specialists as appropriate, the guest editors will invite the authors of short-listed proposals to submit full-length essays for review with a 2020 deadline.
- The full-length essays undergo another round of review, and a final selection as well as suggestions for revisions are made. Selected essays are then revised and resubmitted to the guest editors in late 2020 for publication in 2021.
EJES employs Chicago Style (T&F Chicago AD) and British English conventions for spelling and punctuation.