Call for articles: PSA XXVIII (2015)

PSA, the Pirandello Society Annual journal, invites articles from multiple disciplines for volume XXVIII (2015) of the publication. We welcome articles that engage Pirandello’s work and influence from perspectives including film, literature, theatre or the visual arts. We welcome comparative and interdisciplinary work that examines a range of topics including: the historical context of Pirandello’s work, the broader discourses in which his work and ideas can be read, theoretical perspectives that might enrich our understanding of his work and the work of his contemporaries, studies of the sources relevant to Pirandello’s work, studies of the reception and legacy of Pirandello in Italy and/or globally.

We also seek reviews of recent performances, adaptations, and publications on these and related topics.

PSA is a leading source of English-language research on Pirandello that regularly features work by both established and emerging scholars. In publication since 1985, it is committed to fostering both specialized research on Pirandello as well as comparative and interdisciplinary approaches; likewise, the Pirandello Society of America strongly supports not only the study but also the production of Pirandello’s theatrical work. All submissions to the journal are read by the issue editor(s), and all published articles go through a process of double-blind peer review. Volume XXVIII (2015) of the journal will be in print in early 2016.

PSA submission guidelines:

Use the current MLA Style Manual (references in the text, minimal endnotes, Works Cited following the endnotes) for articles (15-25 MS pages) and book or performance reviews (2-3 MS pages). Please, do not use automatic formatting. Any images included must be available in separate, high resolution files and the author will be responsible for securing permission if needed. Manuscripts will be peer reviewed.

Articles should be accompanied by a short abstract and bio.

Please, submit articles (MSword.doc) via email to editorpsa@gmail.com by July 31, 2015. Please provide a separate cover page giving the author’s name and contact information. Leave no self-identifying information in any portion of the text.  Submit via email attachment. Mark your subject line: PSA 28.

Please direct any inquires to the editor at the same address.

Call for Articles – PSA XXVII (2014)

PSA, the Pirandello Society Annual journal, invites articles from multiple disciplines for volume XXVII (2014) of the publication. We welcome articles that engage Pirandello’s work and influence from perspectives including film, literature, theatre or the visual arts. We are especially interested in papers that examine political themes and motivations throughout his corpus or comparative and interdisciplinary articles that examine the European and/or global resonance of Pirandellian themes, tropes, or images in the visual arts, film, or on stage.

PSA is a leading source of English-language research on Pirandello that regularly features work by both established and emerging scholars. In publication since 1985, it is committed to fostering both specialized research on Pirandello as well as comparative and interdisciplinary approaches; likewise, the Pirandello Society of America strongly supports not only the study but also the production of Pirandello’s theatrical work. All submissions to the journal are read by the issue editor(s), and all published articles go through a process of double-blind peer review.

PSA submission guidelines:

Use the current MLA Style Manual (references in the text, minimal endnotes, Works Cited following the endnotes) for articles (15-25 MS pages) and book or performance reviews (2-3 MS pages). Please, do not use automatic formatting. Manuscripts will be peer reviewed.

Articles must be accompanied by an abstract of approximately 250-300 words and a brief bio (100 words).

Please, submit articles (MSword.doc) via email to editorpsa@gmail.com by August 15, 2014. Please provide a separate cover page giving the author’s name and contact information. Give no self-identifying information in any portion of the text.  Submit via mail attachment. Mark your subject line: PSA 27.