CFP – Journal of Dramatic Theory and Criticism
The Journal of Dramatic Theory and Criticism seeks full-length article
submissions for future issues.
For almost 30 years, JDTC has dedicated its pages twice a year to a range ofarticles and essays related to paradigms useful in dramatic theory and
criticism; innovative explorations of praxis that raise questions about
theatre, drama, or performance; and reflective essays, interviews, or
dialogues that examine an author or a theoretical/ critical discourse within
our widening field of theatre and performance. As we move toward 2016, we
welcome scholarship that provides new, critical insight into theatre praxis,
past and present, particularly explorations that interrogate the relationship
between theatre, historiography, and cultural memory, including—but not
limited to—theatre practices in the Americas.
Manuscripts must conform to the 7th edition of the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers. All references must be contained in endnotes using Arabic numerals, and should not be followed by works cited or bibliographies. Because the Journal uses a double-blind review process, contributors are asked not to put their names on manuscripts; only the title should appear. All Inquiries may be directed to the managing editor (Jeanne Tiehen) at email@example.com.
Manuscripts must be accompanied by an abstract and a brief biography of the author (each approximately 100 words in length). To submit a manuscript,
please send an electronic copy as a Word attachment (including a cover pagewith name, address, e-mail, and phone number). For all inquiries regarding Book Reviews, please forward requests with a brief CV to Elizabeth Osborne at BethOsborne@gmail.com.
Visit our website, http://www.jdtc.ku.edu, for additional information,
including a link to digitally archived material. JDTC also may be accessed
though Project Muse.
Coming in mid-July: JDTC Volume XXIX.2, featuring a Special Section on
Performance and Consciousness (Guest Editors, Peter Zazzali and Daniel Meyer-Dinkgräfe), and more.