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Journal of the International Arthurian Society

Ed. by Radulescu, Raluca

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    Aims and Scope

    The Journal of the International Arthurian Society (JIAS) publishes articles on any aspect of Arthurian literature written in any language and in any period of time, medieval and post-medieval, including adaptations in modern media, as long as these draw on literary texts. JIAS complements the annual Bibliography of the International Arthurian Society (BIAS), and together these two components represent the main publications of the society, previously printed together under the title Bibliographical Bulletin of the Arthurian Society/ Bulletin Bibliographique de la Société Internationale Arthurienne (BBIAS / BBSIA). BBIAS / BBSIA has been published continuously by the society since 1949. The last combined volume of the bibliography and research articles was BBIAS/BBSIA LXIII, published in 2012, containing the bibliography for 2011.

    Supplementary Information


    Submission of Manuscripts

    Instructions for Authors


    Submissions from all categories of scholars, including postgraduate students, early career researchers and independent scholars are welcome, as are submissions from non-members of the society.

    Submissions are accepted in all three official languages of the Society (English, French and German). The recommended length for submissions is around 7,000 words (including endnotes), but shorter articles as well as longer ones of up to 10,000 will be considered. Anyone proposing to submit anything beyond these limits should contact the editor first. The journal does not publish notes.

    Survey chapters of the ‘état présent’ in one linguistic field of Arthurian literature are commissioned by the editor (in consultation with the editorial board) every year, and are in the region of 7,000-10,000 words.

    Submissions should be sent electronically to jias@bangor.ac.uk, with an identical hard copy sent to Dr Raluca Radulescu, Editor, Journal of the International Arthurian Society, School of English, Bangor University, College Road, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 2DG, Wales, UK. The subject line should read, in capitals, NEW SUBMISSION or RESUBMISSION (as appropriate). Enquiries about submissions are welcome, to the same address.

    Guidelines for Submission

    JIAS journal follows the MHRA (Modern Humanities Research Association) style guide, available freely online at http://www.mhra.org.uk/Publications/Books/StyleGuide/download.shtml (see chapters 10 and 11 in particular).

    For more information please visit the homepage of the International Arthurian Society: http://www.internationalarthuriansociety.com/publications/view/journal-of-the-international-arthurian-society/

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    Editorial Information

    Dr. Raluca Radulescu (Editor)
    University of Wales, Bangor
    English Dept.
    Bangor, Gwynedd LL57 2DG
    Great Britain

    Editorial Board:

    Bart Besamusca, Utrecht
    Frank Brandsma, Utrecht
    Keith Busby, Madison, WI
    Fabrizio Cigni, Rome
    Cora Dietl, Gießen
    Sian Echard, Vancouver
    Christine Ferlampin Acher, Rennes
    Norris Lacy, University Park, PA
    Carolyne Larrington, Oxford
    Ceridwen Lloyd Morgan, Bangor
    Andrew Lynch, Perth
    Martine Meuwese, Utrecht
    Matthias Meyer, Vienna
    Ad Putter, Bristol
    José Carlos Ribeiro Miranda, Porto
    Richard Trachsler, Zurich
    Juan Miguel Zarandona, Valladolid


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