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2.06.2012

call for submissions: "the future of ethnic studies"

This one's for my ethnic studies scholars... nineteen sixty nine (NSN), the official student journal of the Department of Ethnic Studies at the University of California, Berkeley, have the put the call out for submissions for its inaugural issue. They're accepting creative works, scholarly essays and book reviews for publication. Here are some more details on what they're looking for:
"nineteen sixty nine" (NSN) is the official student journal of the Department of Ethnic Studies at the University of California, Berkeley. It is published electronically once per academic year, and is available through the University of California's eScholarship open access e-publishing initiative and the California Digital Library.

NSN accepts and encourages submissions from all segments of the activist, creative, and scholarly communities. As such, true to its namesake, this journal is emblematic of how Ethnic Studies critically redefines what it means to study race, and how the field engages with and is enriched by the multiplicity of knowledge-makers that work within it.

The journal is accepting creative works (images, film, sound, and
text), scholarly essays, and book reviews for publication. Submissions
may address the volume’s main theme or address another topic (see
below).
The deadline for submissions is March 23. For further information on the first issue's main theme ("The Future(s) of Ethnic Studies"), and to see the submission guidelines, go to the nineteen sixty nine website here.

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