Journal of Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian Crypto-Jews

The Journal of Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian Crypto-Jews is calling for submissions to what I believe is its second volume. Following is the call for papers:

The Journal of Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian Crypto Jews (JSPIC-J),
an academic peer-reviewed publication of Florida International
University, welcomes article submissions and books for review for its
spring 2010 volume. The journal disseminates research and developments
in the study of crypto Jews and their descendants in past and present
manifestations, through articles, papers, reports, and other

We review submissions in all disciplines relevant to the subject area.
Submit four hard copies of the manuscript and an abstract of up to 150
words with one disk copy (either a Microsoft Word or Rich Text Format
document). Use 8.5 x 11 inch white paper with one-inch margins on all
sides. Contact the editor-in-chief regarding electronic submissions.
Use APA style in 12 point Times New Roman double spaced, with three
modifications: (1) Endnotes are accepted, but moderation is encouraged
(footnotes are not accepted); (2) First names of authors are not
required, but are preferred; (3) Italicizing of non-English words as a
general practice is acceptable, but is not required. Submissions
should be 6,000 to 10,000 words. Mail queries and submissions to Dr.
Abraham D. Lavender
, Editor-in-Chief, JOSPIC-J, Department of Global
and Socio-cultural Studies, FIU, Miami, FL 33199 USA.  All submissions
are referred.  Email is: lavender@fiu.edu. To be considered for
inclusion in the spring 2010 volume, please submit your article by
January 31, 2010.

For review, send books and media (films, electronic materials, etc.)
to Dr. Roger L. Martínez, Department of History, B/L 112, Saint
Joseph’s University, 5600 City Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19131 USA.
Contact Dr. Martínez (rogerlmartinez@gmail.com) if you are interested
in sending materials or books for consideration.


About emspanishhistorynotes

Scott Taylor is an associate professor in the history department at the University of Kentucky.


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