CFP: Eolas 7

Closing date for papers: 30th November 2013

Eolas: The Journal of the American Society of Irish Medieval Studies
Eolas: The Journal of the American Society of Irish Medieval Studies is an interdisciplinary journal dedicated to the study of Ireland in the Middle Ages, including Irish intersections with other medieval cultures and societies. Eolas look forward submissions on a range of subjects dealing with all aspects of medieval Ireland, including but not limited to: archaeology, philology, theology, literature, history, and art history. The journal includes a Book Reviews section and is available to ASIMS members on JSTOR.

Papers should be based on original research, and be between 4,000 and 12,000 words in length. Please submit your papers electronically as Word files to the General Editor. Illustrations must be completed to publication standard and submitted electronically at not less than 600dpi resolution; line drawings must not be less than 1200 dpi. Contributors are responsible for securing all rights and permissions for images upon acceptance.

Please follow the style sheet on our website.

The deadline for submission of manuscripts for consideration in Eolas is Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013. Earlier submissions are encouraged.

Submissions will be peer-reviewed and assessed by the editorial committee and an outside double-blind reviewer, and returned within three months.

Please submit articles electronically as Word files to the General Editor, Larissa Tracy, at: kattracy@comcast.net

Book reviews, or request for reviews, should be sent to Cathy Swift: Catherine.Swift@mic.ul.ie

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