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CFP: Shakespeare and Japan

March 20, 2012

Call for Papers: Shakespeare and Japan

Contributions are invited for a special issue of the international journal, Shakespeare, edited by Dominic Shellard.

Submissions will be considered on all aspects of Shakespeare and Japan, ranging from performances, and film and television adaptations to translations and accounts of the plays’ and poems’ critical reception in Japan.

Submissions (marked “Shakespeare and Japan Special Issue”) should be sent via the journal’s online submission site at: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/rshk

Deadline: 28th January 2013

Find out more here.

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