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November 2014, Week 4


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FRYER PAUL <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Fri, 21 Nov 2014 13:05:52 +0000
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Dear Colleagues,
Some of you may be interested in the following.
Our journal is interested in work in all media and in shorter articles that
explore research resources.

I am delighted to announce that *Bloomsbury Publishing* have taken over the
publication of *Stanislavski Studies: Practice, Legacy
and Contemporary Theater,* and the first edition to appear under the new
management will be published in both a print and an electronic version in
April/May 2015.
A new subscription service will also be available from this next edition.
Full details are available from Bloomsbury at:
We are now inviting further *proposals and submissions for the Autumn 2015
edition,* which will appear in October 2015. Detailed notes for
contributors are available from the new web-site. The deadline for receipt
of final versions of submissions for this edition will be 23rd February
Please address any inquiries to me in the first instance (
[log in to unmask]).
On behalf of my editors, Julia Listengarten and Sergei Tcherkasski, our
reviews editor David Matthews and our Editorial Advisory Board, I invite
you all to join us in this exciting new development for our journal.

Dr Paul Fryer
Associate Director of Research
Head of The Stanislavski Centre
Editor, Stanislavski Studies (Bloomsbury Publishing)
Rose Bruford College (UK)

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