Special Journal Issue: New Feminist Voices in the Heroic Age–Call for Papers

This is a reminder that The Heroic Age special issue: “New Feminist Voices in the Heroic Age,” is still accepting submissions!

We are accepting submissions from graduate students, postdoctoral, and junior or early-stage scholars (pre-tenure or equivalent NTT faculty experience) working in any discipline with a focus on Northwestern Europe in the period covered by the journal, c. 300–1200 CE.; we will also very happily consider comparative approaches that examine a Northwestern European topic against another geographical area. We welcome articles of 7,000 words (inclusive of bibliography and endnotes) and essays of 3,000 words. Submissions do not necessarily have to focus on feminist issues, although they should demonstrate a feminist approach (women’s studies, gender/queer studies, etc.) to the question(s) being addressed.

This issue is being edited on a rolling submissions basis, and we are accepting submissions through the early Fall.

The Heroic Age is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal. This special issue is being edited by Melissa Ridley Elmes and Carla María Thomas.

Submission guidelines and style requirements for The Heroic Age can be found under “Submission Instructions”: http://www.heroicage.org/authors.php

Send submissions to Melissa Ridley Elmes at MElmes@lindenwood.edu

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About Melissa Ridley Elmes

I am a medievalist, wife and mother of two who spends her days researching, writing, teaching, painting, singing, dancing, acting and trying to find more hours in a day.
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