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Studies in American Jewish Literature
Special Issue on Jewish Women and Popular Culture
For a special issue on the representational crossings of Jewishness, Women, and Popular Culture, SAJL invites proposals on film, television, popular literature, and social media, not limited to the United States or to the 21st century. We encourage expansive imagination of place, time, and methodology, and we especially welcome theoretical and comparative studies that venture across borders and eras in history. Critical consideration of the relation of such inquiry to the traditional disciplines is of particular interest to the journal. Please send focused and argument-driven proposals (of up to 500 words) to guest editor Hilene Flanzbaum (Butler University) at firstname.lastname@example.org by January 1, 2021. Complete essays will be due September 1, 2021.
Hilene Flanzbaum, email@example.com