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Michele Hilmes <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 23 Dec 2004 14:31:27 -0600
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>The Radio Journal:
>International Studies in Broadcast and Audio Media
>Call for contributions
>The three numbers of Volume 3 of The Radio Journal will appear throughout
>The Editorial and International Advisory Board specifically invite
>contributions for this Volume on the theme of:
>Community radio, Radio in development and Radio for social purposes
>Contributions are particularly welcome from regions of the world not so
>far represented in the Journal's contents -  Africa, Asia, The Caribbean,
>Latin-America - and those European countries not previously represented in
>the Journal.
>Articles should preferably be written in English and between 4000 and 6000
>words in length, complete with a 250-word abstract and up to six key words
>for indexing purposes. They should be submitted by e-mail MS word
>attachment by January 31, 2004, to Associate Editor, Peter Lewis,
>[log in to unmask] - or, if preferred, any member of the Editorial or
>International Advisory Board, who will forward it to Peter Lewis. We would
>also be interested to receive by the deadline abstracts of proposed
>articles on this theme, which could then be submitted as complete articles
>no later than 31 March 2005. All articles will be blind peer-reviewed by
>members of the board(s). Please follow the Harvard or included style of
>referencing. Numbered notes may be used in addition where necessary, for
>example for archival sources and radio broadcasts not readily accessible
>following original broadcast.
>The Radio Journal: International Studies in Broadcast and Audio Media is
>published in association with the Radio Studies Network, the UK's
>association for researchers and teachers of sound broadcasting, and is an
>academic, peer-reviewed publication for all those interested in research
>into the production, reception, texts and contexts of radio and audio
>media; including all structures, forms and genres of radio broadcasting,
>while also embracing net distribution and audio streaming of radio
>services and texts, CD-ROMs, books-on-tape, and sound art. The Journal
>welcomes individual contributions from established and new scholars around
>the world, including work and research in progress. Critical approaches
>are invited from a range of scholarly disciplines across the humanities
>and social sciences. Joint and/or inter-disciplinary submissions are also
>encouraged. Original work on practice and production in the radio
>industries is as welcome as theory formation. Pedagogical issues will be
>covered in an annual feature on the teaching of radio studies.
>Ken Garner                      Glasgow Caledonian University
>Editorial Board
>Carin Åberg                   Caricomm Konsult (Internet Agency)
>Andrew Crisell                  University of Sunderland
>David Goodman           University of Melbourne
>Michele Hilmes          University of Wisconsin-Madison
>Kate Lacey                      University of Sussex
>Peter Lewis                     LSE (Associate Editor)
>Enrico Menduni          University of Siena
>Caroline Mitchell               University of Sunderland
>Gail Phillips                   Murdoch University
>Eric Rothenbuhler               Texas A&M University
>Sean Street                     Bournemouth University
>International Advisory Board
>Aggrey Brown                    University of the West Indies
>Manuel Chaparro Escudero        University of Malaga
>Jean-Jacques Cheval             University Michel de Montaigne - Bordeaux 3
>Hugh Chignell                   Bournemouth University (Reviews Editor)
>David Hendy                     University of Westminster
>Stanislaw Jedrzejewski  Lublin University and Polish Radio SA
>Michael C. Keith                Boston College
>Jason Loviglio                  University of Maryland
>Paul Moore                      University of Ulster
>Paddy Scannell          University of Westminster
>Jo Tacchi                       Queensland University of Technology
>Tim Wall                        University of Central England

Michele Hilmes
Professor of Media and Cultural Studies
Director, Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research
Department of Communication Arts
University of Wisconsin-Madison

6040 Vilas Hall
821 University Ave.
Madison, WI  53706

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