Iperstoria

Iperstoria is a Class A multilingual, international, blind peer-reviewed biannual journal focusing on English and American Studies with a multidisciplinary / transdisciplinary approach.

Announcements

 

Call for Abstracts - Spring 2022

 

Iperstoria is currently accepting abstract submissions for the general sections of our Spring 2022 issue.

The contributions should be in the field of American studies or English language studies.

Abstracts of about 250 words (either in English or Italian) must be submitted by email to redazione.iperstoria@gmail.com by November 15th, 2021. The essays will be due at the end of January 2022.

We recommend adding a short bio note to your submission.

 
Posted: 2021-10-07
 

CALL FOR PAPERS SPRING 2022

 

Iperstoria welcomes submissions for a new special issue to be published in Spring 2022.

Editors 
Sonia Di Loreto, University of Turin
Andrea Carosso, University of Turin

With this special issue, tentatively entitled “Coastlines, Oceans, Rivers of North America” we will probe how the land/water boundaries of North America are home to complex cultural dynamics, and can be seen as laboratories of cultural and social experimentation.

We would like to expand on this idea, and address the historical formation of North-American coastal and waterway cultures as sites where encounter, exploration, exploitation, and experiment in integration have constantly been shaped by impending crisis and threats of environmental disaster. The shorelines and waterways of North America, inhabited by more than a half of that continent’s population and for many centuries a focal point in the continent’s historical, social and economic transformations, now find themselves at the forefront of the unfolding climate crises, that are both re-shaping geographies and re-inventing cultural practices.

DEADLINE & HOW TO APPLY

The publication date has been set for May/June 2022. With this date in view, we envisage the submission of 4,500-8,000 word articles by early January 2022. Articles submitted may be part of a larger work in progress to be published at a later date. We are unable to accommodate previously published work, though we are open to newly commissioned articles on any of the topics above.

If you would like to submit a proposal, please send a 300 word abstract to sonia.diloreto@unito.it and andrea.carosso@unito.it NO LATER THAN OCTOBER 4, 2021.

 
Posted: 2021-09-19
 
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Current Issue

No 18 (2021): Tourism Discourse in the 21st Century: Challenges and New Directions

Table of Contents

Articles: Special Section

Valeria Franceschi, Sharon Hartle
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Stefania Gandin
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Marina Bondi, Annalisa Sezzi
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Ida Parise
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Valeria Franceschi
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Daniela Cesiri
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Ida Ruffolo, Jean Marguerite Jimenez
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Laura Tommaso
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Erik Castello
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Michael Joseph Ennis
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Reviews - special section

Elena Mattei
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Articles (general section) - American language, literature, and culture

Enrico Botta
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Antonio Di Vilio
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Simona Porro
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Francesca Razzi
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Articles (general section) - English language and linguistics

Marco Bagli
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Isabella Martini
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Reviews

Elisa Bordin
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Alice Crescini
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Serena Demichelis
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Beatrice Melodia Festa
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