Currently Accepting Submissions: Spectral Mexico

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    Alberto Ribas-Casasayas
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    The peer reviewed journal iMex. Interdisciplinary Mexico, ISSN 2193-9756 is currently accepting original, unpublished articles on the subjects of haunting and spectrality in contemporary Mexican cultures for its special issue Spectral Mexico.  Original call for papers available here: https://www.imex-revista.com/wp-content/uploads/CfP-iMex-XV_EN.pdf  Special consideration will be given to articles about death, the ghostly, and the spectral in contemporary indigenous cultures.  Articles dealing with these topics in popular religious and funeral practices, mass media, and contemporary literature will also be given consideration.

    The articles, written in Spanish or in English, ought to be in publishable or near publishable condition, and can be submitted via email, in Microsoft Word format (Times New Roman, 12pts., double-spaced), following MLA style (8th edition), to the following email addresses:

    Prof. Dr. Alberto Ribas-Casasayas: aribascasasayas@scu.edu

    Jun.-Prof. Dr. Yasmin Temelli: yasmin.temelli@rub.de

    iMex is a selective, peer-reviewed journal that publishes scholarship adhering to solid theoretical and methodological standards.  Submissions will be subject to a peer review process.  The articles must be original, unpublished, and not under consideration at another venue. Manuscripts should have an extension of 15 to 18 pages (notes and bibliography included), approximately 5,000 to 6,000 words. They must be accompanied by a 200-word abstract as well as a 10-line bio including academic appointment, research areas, recent publications, and 5 keywords to identify the article.

    This special issue of iMex is edited by Alberto Ribas-Casasayas. He holds a Ph.D. in comparative literature from Harvard University and is currently a professor of Spanish and Latin American Studies at Santa Clara University, California. Prof. Ribas-Casasayas has co-edited the academic collection Espectros. Ghostly Hauntings in Contemporary Transhispanic Literatures with Bucknell University Press and published articles about contemporary literature and cinema in prestigious peer-reviewed venues.

    iMex is edited by: Prof. Dr. Vittoria Borsò, Prof. Dr. Frank Leinen, Prof. Dr. Guido Rings, Jun.-Prof. Dr. Yasmin Temelli

    For questions and concerns, please contact special issue editor Alberto Ribas-Casasayas.

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