Call for Papers: Convocatoria Revista de Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos

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    Maria Lujan Figueredo
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    @91320maria

    REVISTA CANADIENSE DE ESTUDIOS HISPANICOS

     

    Proposals are sought in Spanish or English for one issue 2018 of the Revista de Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos, to be devoted to the study of manifestations of literary suicides in Hispanic Literature (Spain and Spanish America). In the case of authors committing suicide, we welcome proposals emphasizing the links between suicide, reality and the author’s literary production: ¿How is an author’s work contemplated from the perspective of suicide? From a gender point of view, the differences between female and male suicidal authors may also be explored. Likewise, we are interested in an approach to the way the author’s death by own hand affects the reception of published works: ¿What ideas on suicide prevail at different times and in different spaces, influencing textual interpretation? In Spain, the voluntary deaths of Mariano José de Larra and Angel Gavinet and, more recently, that of poet Paula Sinos, show the close relation between suicide and literary creation. In Spanish America, among other authors, the cases of José María Arguedas, Alejandra Pizarnik, José Asunción Silva and Alfonsina Storni are well known, as well as the deaths of characters such as Allende (in Sábato’s The Tunnel) and Cuéllar (in Vargas Llosa’s “The Cubs”).

     

    The Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos is a scholarly, peer-reviewed journal, published by the Canadian Association of Hispanists. We welcome submissions that consider, among other topics, the following:

     

    • Original textual interpretations on literature and suicide.
    • Characters, plots, figures, tropes, influences.
    • Gender issues, regarding authors as well as characters.
    • Critical and theoretical approaches to the reception of literary works, which consider the circulation of ideas on suicide at the time of publication.
    • Impact of the awareness of the author’s suicide on reading.

     

    For the full editorial guidelines 

    https://uottawa.scholarsportal.info/ojs/index.php/rceh/about/submissions#authorGuidelines

    Proposals should be submitted by October 1, 2016 to the issue’s guest editors rita.degrandis@ubc.ca y mgrilloarbulu@mtroyal.ca

     

     

    #11587
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    Cesar Braga-Pinto
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    @cbpinto

    So, should I assume that Brazil/ Portuguese is not be included?

     

     

    #11588
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    Maria Lujan Figueredo
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    @91320maria

    Yes, that is correct, unless it would be in comparative view with an Hispanic author.

    #11593
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    Carlos Abreu Mendoza
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    @mrarkadin81

    Hi, really interesting CFP. What is the page limitation/word count for the proposals?

    #11594
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    Maria Lujan Figueredo
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    @91320maria

    Hello,

    The proposals should be about a page, including a provisional title, author’s name and institutional affiliation and email address.

    The final article, to be submitted by April 31 2017, will be 8,000 – 10,000 words in length, including notes and works cited (MLA style).

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