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Samar Habib <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Wed, 6 Oct 2004 04:24:21 -0500
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Nebula is currently inviting papers for its third and special
Dec2004/Jan2005 issue.

Nebula aims to represent as many diverse and various intellectual systems
of thought as possible in each issue. We encourage articles that represent
sound research and logical argumentation in any field of academic study,
provided that the article is written in non-specialist language and is
therefore accessible to an inter- disciplinary readership. Referencing
style is open, however both consistency and thoroughness are required.

In addition, Nebula aims to provide a platform for intellectual writing and
thought that is not always confined to the generic conventions of the
academic essay. Therefore we invite intellectual writing that is neither
strictly a reflection of research findings or simply based on opinion. We
encourage active reflection on and analysis of current military conflicts
worldwide as well as sound scrutiny of various political climates/contexts/
issues. We encourage writers to look beyond partisanship. Nebula also
accepts writing that is not politically motivated, but which may be attuned
to various other cultural, social or artistic concerns (including
television, film, media or music studies).

We also welcome literary and art pieces that can be viewed on the world
wide web such as cartoons, short dramatic pieces, poetry, painting, digital
images and fiction. With NEBULA 1.2 now ONLINE, this scholarly and literary
project is beginning to take shape as a unique international academic
publication. You can view our latest issue, as well as learn more about the
journal format @ . Please email your submissions,
enquiries or feedback to [log in to unmask]

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