The Brazilian Journal of Irish Studies invites submissions for its 20th issue, “Contemplating Feminism(s): Women Writers and Women Critics”. You are encouraged to submit papers that approach feminism(s), women writers and criticism.
The ABEI Journal is a peer-reviewed, academic journal committed to establishing a dialogue between Brazil and Ireland. The journal is aimed at scholars, independent researchers and postgraduate students specialising in Irish studies. It is indexed by Cambridge Scientific Abstracts (CSA), Maryland, USA, and Modern Language Association (MLA) and is evaluated as A2 level by CAPES. It is published twice a year and co-edited with the support of Faculdade de Filosofia, Letras e Ciências Humanas from University of São Paulo.
Submissions are welcomed in all interdisciplinary fields of Irish Studies and can be made in two categories: articles and reviews. Articles should not exceed 6,000 words and reviews 1500 words. They should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org, in Word format (.doc), Times New Roman 12, space 1,5. Previous issues of the journal are available at www.abei.og.br. The deadline for submissions is 20 August 2018.
1. The journal accepts manuscripts in English only. Manuscripts should be from 8 to 15 pages long, Times New Roman 12, space 1,5, and be in Microsoft Word (.doc, .docx). Reviews should follow the same format and be 2-3 pages long.
2. A 150-word Abstract must be included.
3. Information about the author's affiliation, institution, city and country must also be supplied as a separate file, and not within the text.
4. Illustrations, graphs, and tables, with their numbers and captions, must also be supplied as a separate file in print quality (include their source information whenever they have not been created by the author of the manuscript). Authors must have permission to use any element that they have taken from another source.
5. Endnotes should be numbered consecutively and placed at the end of the manuscript.
6. Quotes in a different language from the text should be followed by their translation as an endnote.
10. The reference list should appear at the end of the manuscript, alphabetized by authors’ last name in MLA style.
The Guest Editors,
Mariana Bolfarine and Marisol Morales-Ladrón