Celtic Cultural Studies is an independently-published and
peer-reviewed interdisciplinary academic journal which is currently
seeking submissions. It was officially launched on 1st May 2000 and is
only available online, without subscription and free of charge. Its
aim is to publish papers on diverse subjects relating to all cultures
from the Celtic territories and their diasporas, from all historical
periods and geographical locations, within a broadly Cultural Studies
perspective. As such, the journal does not limit itself to traditions
specifically associated with Celtic languages per se but embraces
consideration of issues in Scottish Studies, Cornish Studies, Irish
Studies, Welsh Studies and so forth.
Within the limits of what can be or has been understood as Celtic
culture(s), there are no restrictions with regard to subject matter,
historical period, geographical provenance, or academic discipline.
Papers at Celtic Cultural Studies are grouped into themed issues and
published on a perennial, rather than periodical basis. As such, each
issue is an open-ended entity and contributions for any given issue
are always welcome. The currently-available issues are Cultural
Politics, Music and Identity, Early Literature, Celtic Science Fiction
and Fantasy, and Contemporary Issues in Manx Culture. We are always
interested in producing other themed issues with guest editors.
Academic papers in English of up to 20,000 words are invited for
inclusion in Celtic Cultural Studies. Papers are also invited in any
of the modern Celtic languages or Scots, provided that the author also
submits their own English translation for bilingual publication.
Queries and submissions can be sent to C.W. Sullivan III, at
, Amy Hale at hale.amy@...
, or Steve
Sweeney Turner at editorial@...
Please visit our website at www.celtic-cultural-studies.com for our
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