International Research in Children’s Literature, Volume 2.2 is now available online – well ahead of schedule, I’m delighted to say.
We’re confident readers will find this rich and varied collection of essays of enormous interest – indeed, there are ideas and approaches here which will shape directions in future research. If you aren't subscribing, you are falling behind the field.
Issue 3.1 is now closed, but you are reminded that the deadline for issue 3.2 is drawing near. Details below.
On behalf of the editors
IRCL volumes 3.2 and 4.1 (December 2010/July 2011) These issues will largely feature articles on the theme of the 19th Biennial Congress of IRSCL: ‘Children’s Literature and Cultural Diversity in the Past and the Present’.
Articles may be submitted at any time, but the last date for consideration for volume 3.2 is January 31, 2010. Articles received after that date will be considered for volume 4.1.
This is an open submission, and articles need not have been previously presented at the Congress. Any submissions arising from oral congress presentations should be fully reworked as appropriate for a scholarly research article. The editors invite articles that focus on topics such
• Migration experiences
• Multiculturalism and multilingualism
• Religious Diversity
• Gender issues
• Cultural hybridism
• Literary exchange and genre mix
• National and trans-national narratives • Global media and local productions
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