CFP: Comics as Scholarship: DHQ Special Issue

Comics as Scholarship: Special Issue CFP.

Timeline and Submission Guidelines

January 1st, 2013 — Abstracts due! Submit a 300-500 words abstract to asalter – at – and roger.whitson – at – Your summary should include your intended medium and any technical requirements to display your work (server-side technology, HTML5 or Javascript, Flash, etc.). Feel free to contact us in advance with ideas and review the guidelines for interactive submissions at Digital Humanities Quarterly.

May 1st, 2013 — Peer review ready submissions due, including:

  • 1 to 5 page Statement of Purpose that identifies the creators, provides an overview of the work, discusses the original contribution of the work, and discusses its reception or evaluation, where suitable. The Statement should place the work in a theoretical, technical and historical context.
  • 1 to 5 sample images of the finished work
  • Storyboard of the complete comic or interactive sequential art
  • Script of the complete work

Finished versions of accepted works will be requested based on the peer review timeline for DHQ