Call for Papers : Genealogy and Multiracial Family Histories


*Journal: Genealogy
*Submission deadline: 15 June 2018

The journal Genealogy is running a special issue “Genealogy and
Multiracial Family Histories”, of which Dr. G. Reginald Daniel is guest
editor, Ms. Jasmine Kelekay, Mr. Joseph Loe-Sterphone and Ms. Alyssa
Newman are assistant editors.

This Special Issue of Genealogy invites essays on the topic, “Genealogy
and Multiracial Family Histories.” Manuscripts may focus on families
with spouses of different designated racial groups who may also have
children who are understood to be multiracial as well as
multigenerational mixed-race families that celebrate the multiraciality
in their genealogy…” For more information, you may refer to the
Special Issue Website
http://www.mdpi.com/journal/genealogy/special_issues/Family_Histories

The submission deadline for this special issue is 15 June 2018. You may
send your manuscript now or up until the deadline. Submitted papers
should not be under consideration for publication elsewhere. We also
encourage authors to send a short abstract (approximately 200 words) and
a tentative title to the Editorial Office in advance (genealogy@mdpi.com).

Genealogy (ISSN 2313-5778) is an international, scholarly, open access
journal devoted to the analysis of genealogical narratives, published
quarterly online by MDPI. Currently, no APC is applied for processed and
published papers.

For further details on the submission process, please see the journal’s
instructions for authors:
http://www.mdpi.com/journal/genealogy/instructions
A writing template can also be downloaded there.

References List and Citations Style Guide for MDPI Social Sciences and
Humanities Journals is adapted from the Chicago style. For more details
and more examples, see Chapter 14 of The Chicago Manual of Style.

Given the digital nature of the journal, there is no restrictions on the
length of manuscripts, provided that the text is concise and comprehensive.

About Travis

I am a scholar of Japanese & Okinawan history with a particular interest in the history of arts and culture, and inter-Asia interactions, in the early modern period. I have been fortunate to enjoy the opportunity to live in Okinawa for six months in 2016-17, and in mainland Japan on multiple occasions, including from Sept 2019 to now.
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