IDEYA: JOURNAL OF THE HUMANITIES Volume 11. Number 2 (March/April 2010).
Special Issue: Contemporary Writing in the Asia-Pacific
Deadline for submission: 10 December 2009
Ideya is a refereed journal publishing both scholarly articles on different fields in the humanities and creative works (poetry, fiction, drama, and nonfiction).
Ideya was conceived in 1999 to further critical exchange among eminent and upcoming scholars in the fields of humanities in the Philippines and in the Pacific; to disseminate new forms of knowledge about various literary, artistic, and cultural texts in the Philippines and in the southeast Asian region; and to provide an avenue for the publication of the works of established and young creative writers.
Ideya is one of the Philippine journals listed in the MLA International Bibliography.
Members of the editorial advisory board include:
§ Dr. Edith L. Tiempo, National Artist for Literature
§ Dr. Bienvenido Lumbera, National Artist for Literature
§ Dr. Cirilo F. Bautista, Professor Emeritus, De La Salle University
§ Dr. E. San Juan, Jr., Director, Philippines Cultural Studies Center
§ Dr. J. Neil C. Garcia, University of the Philippines-Diliman
§ Dr. Philip Holden, National University of Singapore
§ Dr. Dennis Haskell, The University of Western Australia
§ Dr. Nor Faridah Abdul Manaf, International Islamic University Malaysia
For issue 11.2 (March/April 2010), Ideya is publishing a special issue on creative writing in the Asia-Pacific. Literary works—fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and short plays—are accepted and may be in other languages provided the work is accompanied by a translation in either English or Filipino.
Articles on history, criticism, and theory that are related to any field of the humanities will still be considered, though the bulk of the issue will be devoted to creative writing.
All contributions—creative work or research—are blind refereed. Creative works and articles should not exceed 30 typewritten or computer-encoded pages, double-spaced on short bond paper (8.5” x 11”). Scholarly articles should include an abstract and a complete list of works cited using the style prescribed by the Modern Language Association (MLA, 6th ed.).
All contributions should be accompanied by the author's curriculum vitae on a separate electronic file. Contributions can be submitted by email as an MSWord attachment in rich text format (.rtf) or by snail mail in triplicate with an accompanying soft copy in a CD. Deadline for the submission of creative works & articles is 10 December 2009.
Send your contributions to:
Editor, Ideya, Journal of the Humanities
Department of Literature
College of Liberal Arts
De La Salle University
2401 Taft Avenue,
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
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