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Call for Papers: Southern culture and hospitality (IJCTHR)

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  • Amos J Wright
    ... From: H-NET List for Southern History [mailto:H-SOUTH@H-NET.MSU.EDU] On Behalf Of Herr, David Sent: Monday, January 29, 2007 11:16 AM To:
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      From: H-NET List for Southern History [mailto:H-SOUTH@...] On
      Behalf Of Herr, David
      Sent: Monday, January 29, 2007 11:16 AM
      To: H-SOUTH@...
      Subject: FW: Southern culture and hospitality (IJCTHR)

      From: Matthew Gilmore [mailto:vp-net@mail.h-net.msu.edu]
      Subject: CFP: Southern culture and hospitality (IJCTHR)

      Call for Papers: Deadline 12 March 2007 SPECIAL ISSUE ON DECODING
      SOUTHERN CULTURE AND HOSPITALITY International Journal of Culture,
      Tourism and Hospitality Research
      http://www.emeraldinsight.com/info/journals/ijcthr/ijcthr.jsp


      Objectives. This special issue of International Journal of Culture,
      Tourism and Hospitality Research (IJCTHR) will be devoted to research on
      culture, tourism and hospitality in the U.S. Southern States. All
      Southern-relevant culture and tourism-related topics are welcome.
      Southern culture, and in particular Southern hospitality, has a long
      tradition as a driving force in tourism and distinguishing this region
      from other areas of the United States. Tourism in the South is
      multi-faceted and includes destination-based, ritual-based,
      heritage-based, and experiential-based attractions. This IJCTHR Special
      Issue on Decoding Southern Culture and Hospitality is to serve as an
      invaluable source of cultural and tourism knowledge/insights relating to
      the U.S. South. This special issue of IJCTHR will be published in 2008.
      March 12, 2007 is the deadline for submissions.

      Possible topics include the following subjects:
      * African-American travel in the South before and/or after Dr.
      Martin
      Luther King, Jr.
      * Southern rituals of courtship, marriage or death
      * New South versus Old South: The vanishing traditions of the
      South
      * Southern hospitality: Real or imagined
      * Understanding religion and community social life in the South
      * Back road trips through the Southern states
      * Cajun life and culture
      * An interpretive photo essay of a Southern family gathering or
      travel
      * Latin-American life in the U.S. South
      * Southern beauty pageants or the making of a Southern belle
      * Mardi Gras and other Southern rituals
      * Southern language and culture
      * Heritage-based Southern tourism
      * Southern stereotypes and icons
      * Southern lifestyle and self-image: What you eat, what you wear,
      and what you own.

      Editorial scope. The International Journal of Culture, Tourism and
      Hospitality Research focuses on building bridges in theory, research,
      and practice across the fields of culture, tourism, and hospitality.
      The journal has an interdisciplinary mission to replace silo-thinking
      research paradigms. International in scope and grounded in
      theory-into-practice, the journal provides breadth, depth, provocation
      and passion in reporting the nuances of humans' lived experiences
      relating to culture, tourism and hospitality. Co-Editors of the special
      issue: Carol M. Megehee, Division of Business, Spring Hill College
      (c_megehee@...) and Deborah F. Spake, Mitchell College of
      Business, University of South Alabama (debspake@...).

      Manuscript requirements
      * Manuscripts should be created using Microsoft Word and submitted
      as an e-mail attachment to both Carol M. Megehee and Deborah F. Spake on
      or before March 12, 2007
      * Include all authors and their full addresses on the cover page;
      Include a separate abstract page
      * Article length should be limited to 20 text pages, not counting
      The cover page, abstract and reference pages
      * A brief autobiographical note should be supplied, including full
      name, affiliation, e-mail address, and full international contact
      details for all authors
      * A structured abstract must be supplied and should be set out
      under 4-6 sub-headings:
      Purpose; Method/Approach; Findings; Research Limitations/Implications
      (if applicable); Practical Implications (if applicable); and, the
      Originality/Value of Paper. Maximum is 250 words. For more information
      and guidance on structured abstracts
      visit:
      http://www.emeraldinsight.com/structuredabstracts
      * Six keywords on the abstract page should be provided which
      Encapsulate the principal topics of the paper
      * Submissions must be in American-English--please have a native or
      near-native American-English speaker review document before submission
      * Send one WORD file attachment of the complete manuscript (send
      One additional file of exhibits in POWERPOINT if appropriate for the
      manuscript).

      Copyright. Articles submitted to the journal should be original
      contributions and should not be under consideration for any other
      publication at the same time.
      Authors submitting articles for publication warrant that the work is not
      an infringement of any existing copyright and will indemnify the
      publisher against any breach of such warranty.
      Emerald Literati Editing Service. The Literati Club can recommend the
      services of a number of freelance copy editors (all copy editors are
      experienced authors) to contributors who wish to improve the standard of
      English in their paper before submission.
      This service is particularly useful for those whose first language is
      not English. Please see the link
      (http://www.emeraldinsight.com/editingservice) for more information.

      --
      Prof. Richard Wilk Gender Studies and Anthropology ---- Indiana
      University And the people would eat up all the food, gobble, gobble,
      yum, yum, and it would become excrement and memories. What then for
      little Ecuador?
      - Kurt Vonnegut, "Galapagos"
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