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Call for Submissions to ROMARD: Research on Medieval and Renaissance Drama

Categories: Interdisciplinary, Popular Culture, Literary Theory, Rhetoric & Composition, Drama, Aesthetics, Anthropology/Sociology, Classical Studies, Cultural Studies, Environmental Studies, Film, TV, & Media, Food Studies, History, Philosophy, Miscellaneous
Event Date: 2023-01-01 Abstract Due: 2023-01-01

Call for Submissions to ROMARD: Research on Medieval and Renaissance Drama.

ROMARD is currently seeking submissions for publication in Volume 60. Anyone may submit original work to be considered for publication provided that they hold the authorized copyright for the work. ROMARD welcomes submissions of:

- Full-length articles (8,000-10,000 words, including notes)
- Emerging Scholarship, Work in Development, & New Voices (5,000-8,000 words, including notes)
- Performance Reviews (1,500-3,000 words, including notes)
- Census of Productions
- Translations or Critical Editions of Performance Texts and other Source Materials


ROMARD (ISSN 0098-647X, eISSN 2693-8472) is a peer-reviewed journal sponsored by the Medieval and Renaissance Drama Society (MRDS) and published by Medieval Institute Publications on an annual basis. With over three decades of operation, the journal is dedicated to the dissemination and discussion of bold interdisciplinary approaches, methodologies, and conceptualizations regarding the study of drama, performance, theatre, and theatricality from pre-modernity (500–1650). Additionally, ROMARD seeks work that expands the exploration of the dramatic impulses, theatrical phenomena, and performative material of the past, encompassing global cultures and histories. We invite full-length articles that challenge and/or re-examine established narratives, definitions, documentation, and ontologies concerning historical performance(s) and theatricality. Articles submitted may include—but are not limited to—archival research, historiographical analysis, literary criticism, performance theory, performance-as or performance-based research, historical dramaturgy, productions census, or efforts in translation of source materials.

https://wmich.edu/medievalpublications/journals/romard

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Kyle A. Thomas