Special Double Issue Call for Papers: Health in the South
The Southern Quarterly solicits carefully documented essays on the history of disease, medical care, and medical institutions in the antebellum and post-bellum South; health care and race; the contributions of prominent 19th- and early to mid-20th-century health care practitioners in the South; health care and the Civil War; the rise of public health agencies in the South; health care and the environment; health care and 19th- and 20th-Century Southern literature—representation of nurses, doctors, and disease in plays, poems, and fiction; health care and the visual arts; health care and popular Southern culture and media.
Essays ranging from 20-30 pages (double-spaced) must be received before March 15, 2016 to be considered for this special issue. Proposals for submission, or questions about your submission, should be sent to the editor at Philip.Kolin@usm.edu.
SoQ does not consider multiple submissions or work that has been approved elsewhere. Please follow the SoQ guidelines, which are available online at: http://sites.usm.edu/southern-quarterly-literary-magazine/guidelines.htm
Email submissions of MSWord documents to SouthernQuarterly@gmail.com are preferred over postal delivery.
For More Information: http://sites.usm.edu/southern-quarterly-literary-magazine/
Posted: December 14, 2015
Tagged: Calls for Papers