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News@Maney July 2013

This summer we are thrilled to announce the winner of the 2012 PEGS Prize Article, which is now freely available online! In other news you can read about new Impact Factors, how you can submit your paper to our journals, plus we are shining the spotlight on The Italianist Film Issue. You can also find out more about our exciting new platform which we will be launching later on this year! All this and more in our latest bulletin…

Kate
Language, Literature & Culture Team
k.smith@maneypublishing.com


 

Publications of the English Goethe Society

Linguistics Journals

Seventeenth-Century French Studies

PEGS Prize Article 
free to read

 

We are delighted to announce the winner of the 2012 PEGS Prize for an outstanding article in Publications of the English Goethe Society:

‘Faust, Part One and France: Stapfer’s Translation, Delacroix’s Lithographs, Goethe’s Responses’
Robert Vilain
Published in PEGS 81.2 (2012), 73-135.

To celebrate, this article is free to read online until 1st August 2013. 

> Read the article online

> Journal homepage

2012 Journal Citation Reports now released

Following the release of the 2012 Journal Citation Reports (JCR) from Thomson Reuters, a resource used to measure the influence and research impact of journals, we are pleased to announce impressive results for our linguistics journals.

The 2012 JCR for Names: A Journal of Onomastics shows a rise of 114% on its Impact Factor, now at 0.231.

> Journal homepage

Language & History has received its debut Impact Factor of 0.200 in 2012.

> Journal homepage

 

Submit a paper to 
Seventeenth-Century French Studies

Seventeenth-Century French Studies publishes original, high-quality articles in English and French on a broad range of literary, cultural, historical and theoretical topics relating to early modern France. 

Areas of interest include:
Body criticism - Economics - Gender - Costume history - Iconography - Poetics of memory

To submit, or suggest a topic, email contributions to the Editor, Katherine Ibbett.

> Email the Editor

> Journal homepage


Oxford German Studies

The Italianist Film

BASEES

News from Oxford German Studies

From Volume 43, 2014, Oxford German Studies (OGS) will be published four times a year!

 The Editors are currently considering proposals for themed issues to run in Volumes 43 (2014) and 44 (2015). 

> More about themed issues

The journal's policy is for half of the issues to be themed, with the other half being general, ranging from medieval literature to contemporary culture

Enquiries are welcome, preferably by email in the first instance. For topics ranging from medieval texts to early modern German, please contact Nigel Palmer. For modern and contemporary German, please contact 
Jim Reed.

> Read the full call for
   articles and issues

> Journal homepage

Spotlight on: 
The Italianist Film Issue

The Italianist 2013 Film Issue continues our work of setting the agenda for Italian screen studies worldwide.

This forthcoming issue contains two roundtables which we expect to be widely read: 'Italy's Other Mafias in Italian Film and Television' and 'The Politics of Italian Cinema: Genres, Modes and Scholarship'.

As ever, our intention is to encourage greater reflexivity and innovation in Italian studies, and the liveliness of this issue is designed to generate discussion.

> More about this issue

The Italianist has successfully brought together medieval philology and modern critical theory, history and gender studies, dialectology and cultural studies, history of art and the history of cinema, linguistics and economics.

> Journal homepage

The British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies
(BASEES) 

BASEES promotes the study of Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union in the humanities and social sciences through a variety of activities including organising an annual conference, supporting scholars in research, representing Slavonic and East European studies on the national and international stage, and providing news and information to members. 

> Visit the BASEES website

The BASEES Annual Conference will be held 5-7 April 2014 in Cambridge. Proposals are invited for panels and papers.

> Conference website

BASEES members are offered discounted subscriptions to:

> Slavonica
Central Europe
> Oxford German Studies


Atypon Conference stand

Maney's new online journal platform to launch later this year

Maney is excited to announce that we have signed an agreement with Atypon® for Literatum™ to power the future of our digital publications. It is anticipated that our new online platform will launch towards the end of 2013, bringing greater functionality and flexibility to the online publication of our journals. We will be working hard throughout the year to ensure a smooth and seamless transfer from ingentaconnect to the new platform with minimal disruption for our customers.

After the launch, subscribers can expect straightforward access to content and an intuitive user interface for searching and administration.

Follow @ManeyPublishing on Twitter or LinkedIn to keep up with the latest platform news and developments!

Look out for Maney at the following conferences

Society for Italian Studies Biannual Conference (SIS)
July 8-11th 2013, UK

37th Biannual Congress of the Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association (AULLA)
July 10-12th 2013, Australia

Asociación Internacional de Hispanistas (XVIII Congress)
July 15-20th 2013, Argentina

British Association for Romantic Studies (BARS) 13th International Conference
July 25-28th 2013, UK

Henry Sweet Society for the History of Linguistic Ideas Annual Colloquium 2013
August 29-30th 2013, Germany

Society for Seventeenth-Century French Studies Annual Conference
September 5-7th 2013, UK

New Collection: Philosophy & Religious Studies

We’re extremely pleased to announce our new Philosophy & Religious Studies e-journal Collection. The collection includes nineteen highly-regarded, peer-reviewed, international philosophy and religious studies publications. 14 of these journals are brand new to us in 2013.

Topics covered include bioethics, practical and political theology, sexuality, and spirituality.

Highlights include:

> Medieval Mystical Theology

Practical Theology

Critical Horizons

 Journal of Critical Realism 

 Discover the collection