NABOKV-L post 0014334, Sun, 10 Dec 2006 21:32:16 -0500

Announcement of a new Nabokov e-journal
Dear colleagues, Nabokovians and Nabokophiles,

We are pleased to announce the launch of a new electronic edition in
Nabokov studies, "NOJ / NOZh: Nabokov Online Journal." We would like
to welcome your scholarly contributions!

Our vision is to make the "NOJ / NOZh" a vibrant and pluralistic
multilingual platform of high quality content, challenging and
technology-friendly at the same time.

Contributions to the journal may be in English, Russian, French or
German. All papers will be accompanied by an abstract in English and
Russian. "Nabokov Online Journal" has an ISSN number, and all
published materials will be indexed in the MLA Bibliography.

In a wide variety of academic disciplines, electronic journals
represent the leading edge of innovation in the presentation and
delivery of scholarship. While costs for traditional print serials
have risen sharply, the e-journals have great potential and can
reach enormous audiences. They are capable of supplementing
traditional text with images and multimedia, opening up new vistas of
inquiry and analysis with easy-to-use search and retrieval functions.

The NOJ is a peer-reviewed journal and it will be published two times
per year.
The first issue is scheduled to appear online in the spring of 2007.

Details will follow in a formal call for papers.

Yuri Leving (Dalhousie University)

Associate Editor for Reviews
Andrei Rogatchevski (University of Glasgow)

Editorial Board

Nassim W. Balestrini (Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz)
John Barnstead (Dalhousie University)
Stephen Blackwell (University of Tennessee)
Brian Boyd (The University of Auckland, New Zealand)
Alexander Dolinin (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Donald Barton Johnson (University of California, Santa Barbara)
Georgy Levinton (European University, St. Petersburg)
Maria Malikova (Russian Academy of Sciences (The Pushkin House), St.
Eric Naiman (University of California, Berkeley)
Akiko Nakata (Nanzan Junior College, Japan)
Tatiana Ponomareva (Vladimir Nabokov Museum, St. Petersburg)
David Rampton (University of Ottawa)
Thomas Seifrid (University of Southern California)
Savely Senderovich (Cornell University)

With very best wishes to everyone on the list,

Dr. Yuri Leving
Department of Russian Studies
Dalhousie University
6135 University Ave, Room # 3010
Halifax, NS B3M 4P9, Canada
Tel: (902) 494-3473 (office)

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