Nomenclatura: aproximaciones a estudios hisp nicos Volume 1, Fall 2010 CALL FOR PAPERS: Acts of remembering The inaugural issue of Nomenclatura: aproximaciones a estudios hispánicos, the journal published by the graduate students of the Department of Hispanic Studies at the University of Kentucky, seeks to explore representations of memory in literature, film, and other forms of cultural production, such as graphic novels, photography, architecture, etc. Current and upcoming bicentennial celebrations throughout Latin America have contributed to a transatlantic discourse on memory. These acts of remembering and others impact the creation and analysis of culture. The editorial staff of this edition of Nomenclatura welcomes submissions using interdisciplinary approaches that explore the connection between memory and culture in the Hispanic world throughout the ages.
Acts of remembering include but are not limited to the following: Monuments and memorialization
Nomenclatura seeks original manuscripts of 15-25 pages in English or Spanish. Please submit an electronic copy of the manuscript as a Microsoft Word attachment to email@example.com by September 5, 2010. The document should be in 12-point, Times New Roman font and double spaced. For other formatting questions, please consult the MLA STYLE MANUAL. The manuscript should not contain identifying information. Please include a separate cover sheet with the title of the article and the author’s name, email address, and institutional affiliation.
Trauma and haunting
Nomenclatura: aproximaciones a estudios hispánicos is an annual online academic journal dedicated to interdisciplinary scholarship on the literary and cultural traditions of the Hispanic world. The journal is a graduate-student production of the Department of Hispanic Studies at the University of Kentucky and publishes original research in both English and Spanish on diverse aspects of the Hispanic world, ranging from the medieval period to the present.
Power and memory
Rewriting / revising history Resisting oblivion Testimonial literature and film Official vs. unofficial memory
Absence Palimpsests of memory Graphic memory Bicentennial celebrations