Journal For The Academic Study Of Magic: Call For Papers

I’m happy to reproduce this “call for papers”, on behalf of the invariably excellent Journal For The Academic Study Of Magic:

Issue 4 of the JSM, due to appear late in 2006, is now seeking contributions. Scholarly articles in English about any aspect of magic/occultism are welcome up to 8000 words in length.

After a brief hiatus – JSM 3 should be appearing early 2006 – Drs Dave Green (University of the West of England, UK) and Susan Johnston Graf (Penn State, Mont Alto, USA) are taking over as co-editors of the journal.
The Journal for the Academic Study of Magic (JSM)

Call For Papers for Issue 4, deadline 21-6-2006

Apologies for cross-posting:

Issue 4 of the JSM, due to appear late in 2006, is now seeking contributions. Scholarly articles in English about any aspect of magic/occultism are welcome up to 8000 words in length.

After a brief hiatus – JSM 3 should be appearing early 2006 – Drs Dave Green (University of the West of England, UK) and Susan Johnston Graf (Penn State, Mont Alto, USA) are taking over as co-editors of the journal.

We wish to thank Dave Evans, founding editor, for all his wonderful work in getting the journal up and running and establishing its reputation. The new editors are also pleased to announce that The Mandrake Press is continuing its involvement with the journal as publishers.

Submission to the journal is by Email attachment, in Rich Text Format documents using Harvard Citation Style. Full submission details, an outline style guide can be found here http://www.sasm.co.uk/styleguide.html

Could all submissions now be sent to Dave Green David2.Green@uwe.ac.uk

Please feel free to contact Dave or Susan – sjg9@psu.edu – about the suitability of any proposed article, but in principle we aim to be as inclusive as possible, welcoming submissions from any academic discipline concerning any aspect of magic/occultism from any geographic region in any historical period. Academic articles from magical practitioners are also encouraged.

Deadline for submissions is 21st June 2006, with early submissions welcome.

Just a reminder that The Academic Study of Magic discussion e-list has also been re-established.
More details and how to join the list can be found here:

http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/lists/ACADEMIC-STUDY-MAGIC.html

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