Submissions to Stanislavski Studies Journal
13 April, 2023 by Stefan Aquilina | 0 comments
The Routledge journal STANISLAVSKI STUDIES is now accepting essay submissions online.
Many of you would be familiar with Stanislavski Studies, an international, peer-reviewed journal that focuses on Stanislavski’s work as actor, director, teacher and theoretician, and its impact on contemporary theatre and performance. Closely associated with the work of the Stanislavsky Research Centre and The S Word project, the journal certainly has Stanislavsky research at its core, but is also interested in broader performance discussions on actor training, theatre historiography, performance and politics, and Practice as Research, among others. The journal is also interested in adaptations of Stanislavsky’s ideas in new contexts, be they geographical, cultural, or disciplinary.
Kindly consider submitting your work to Stanislavski Studies. We have a "rolling " submission process, with no fixed deadlines, and papers are published online first and then in print with two issues a year. Typical essays range between 5-7000 words.
More information about the submission process can be accessed here, but in the meantime do get in touch with me if you have an idea you want to discuss. Please use the following email: email@example.com.
Editor-in-Chief, Stanislavski Studies
Director, School of Performing Arts
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