Call for Papers

Open Call for Submissions

Topics are particularly welcomed that address a scholarly examination of popular culture and pedagogy, such as:

  • Relationships between literature, culture, music, technology, gender, ethnicity, and media;
  • Theoretical, practical, pedagogical, and historical examinations of popular culture, including interdisciplinary discussions and those which examine the intersections between American and international cultures; and
  • Interviews, reviews of books, films, conferences, music, and technology.

Types of submissions:

    1. Articles/essays – theoretical or practical discussion of popular culture and/or pedagogy
      • MLA format.
      • 5,000-7,000 (inclusive of abstract, endnotes, and works cited).
      • Submit two manuscripts, one blinded for review. All manuscripts should be in Microsoft Word format, 12pt Times New Roman with:
      • 10 keywords;
      • abstract (250-300);
      • author bio (up to 100 words);
      • author contact information (email,  phone, and social media).
    2. Applications in the Classroom – direct discussion and/or practical suggestions and examples of using popular culture in teaching and learning
      • MLA format.
      • 4,000-6,000 (inclusive of abstract, endnotes, and works cited).
      • Submit two manuscripts, one blinded for review. All manuscripts should be in Microsoft Word format, 12pt Times New Roman with:
      • 10 keywords;
      • abstract (250-300);
      • author bio (up to 100 words);
      • author contact information (email,  phone, and social media).
    3. Reviews – essays reviewing books, films, games, conferences, etc. as they relate to popular culture and/or pedagogy
      • MLA format.
      • Length: 1,200-1,800 (inclusive of endnotes and citations).
      • Submit two manuscripts. One blinded for review. All manuscripts should be in Microsoft Word format, 12pt Times New Roman with:
      • 10 keywords;
      • abstract (250-300);
      • author bio (up to 100 words);
      • author contact information (email,  phone, and social media).

Submit articles to editors@journaldialogue.org

Lynnea Chapman King, PhD, Editor in Chief

A. S. CohenMiller, PhD, Managing Editor

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