The magazine L’Atalante prepares an issue linked to the Research Project on the post-war Spanish Cinema
The 20th issue of L’Atalante will address a reflection on Spanish Cinema of the post-war period, in a monographic issue linked to the Research Project Towards a reconsideration of post-war culture: analysis of the Modes of Representation in Spanish cinema (1939-1962) from Wenceslao Fernández Flórez’s mark (CSO2012-34648, Plan Nacional de I+D+i 2013-2015, Mineco – Gobierno de España). It will be released in July, 2015, with the title Heridas, pervivencias, transformaciones: hacia la definición de unos modelos de estilización en el cine posbélico español (1939-1962).
L’Atalante. Revista de estudios cinematográficos is a biannual journal published in Valencia with the collaboration of various universities and it is indexed in prestigious catalogues, summaries and databases of scientific journals.
Several members of the Project will take part, but the edition is open to those who wish to collaborate with articles related to the subject of the investigation, written in Spanish or English, and with an extension of between 4000 and 4500 words. The deadline for the receipt of proposals will conclude on July 22.
More detailed information can be found in the section call for papers of the website of the magazine:
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