CONTRIBUTE TO ULBANDUS ONLINE
ULBANDUS ONLINE is always looking for smart, engagingly written commentary on the literature, history, culture, and people of the region. If you're interested in contributing to the site, write an e-mail to email@example.com, with "Ulbandus Online Contribution" in the subject line. Describe in a few sentences what you'd like to discuss. Tell us why your topic is interesting, why your take on it is unique, and why it would be relevant to publish now.
We're aiming for a writing a style that is both conversational and intelligent, engaging and thoughtful. Pieces should be inviting to non-specialists while still offering something of interest to those well grounded in the subject area. Tell us about something you've been researching, something you've read recently, or a curio you've run across in the archives. Online pieces can range from 500 to 2000 words, but if you've got something great outside that range, let us know. We look forward to adding your voice to ULBANDUS ONLINE.
SUBMIT AN ARTICLE TO ULBANDUS
CURRENT CALL FOR PAPERS:
ULBANDUS XVII - A Culture of Institutions / Institutions of Culture
Submission deadline: August 1, 2015.
Cultural production in Russia, Eastern Europe, and Eurasia has often been defined by the complex interactions between artists and the institutions that support and often seek to control them. From Pushkin’s fraught relationship with tsarist censorship to the peredvizhniki’s defiant break with the Imperial Academy of the Arts, from the Soviet state’s uneasy reception of the Nobel Prize to the market forces of the post-socialist publishing industry, institutions have loomed large over the cultural landscape of the region.
This issue of Ulbandus seeks to explore the various ties between artists and institutions, broadly construed, and the effect of these relationships on the ideology, distribution, and consumption of art and culture in Russia, Eastern Europe and Eurasia. We are seeking submissions on topics including, but not limited to:
Ulbandus is a peer-reviewed journal catalogued on JSTOR and the MLA International Bibliography. It is edited and published by the graduate students at Columbia University’s Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures. Since its founding in 1977, Ulbandus has published outstanding work from graduate students and established scholars. Ulbandus welcomes submissions of relevant new translations, original art, and reviews of relevant and recent books in the field as well as traditional scholarly articles from any related discipline.
Submissions should be no more than 8,000 words (book reviews: 1,000 words), including notes, and should follow the Chicago style guidelines.
All submissions and inquiries should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org (or use the form on the contact page). Submission deadline is August 1, 2015. Early submissions are encouraged.