CFP: Journal of Russian Icons

Deadline: December 1, 2019

The Journal of Icon Studies is now accepting submissions for its third issue, scheduled for online publication in December 2020. We welcome contributions from scholars working across a wide disciplinary range, including art history and material culture, literature and film, religious studies, gender and cultural studies, history and anthropology, conservation and museum studies. Volume 2 may be accessed here:

The Journal of Icon Studies is an online, open-access, peer-reviewed publication dedicated to the interdisciplinary study of icons around the globe, from the Byzantine period to the modern era. It serves as an international forum for new scholarship on the theoretical, theological and historical significance of icons, their place within a broad cultural and artistic context, as well as their conservation, collecting, and exhibiting. In addition to longer scholarly articles, we welcome reviews of books and exhibitions, archival discoveries, and translations of primary documents.

The submission deadline for vol. 3, to appear in Fall 2020, is December 1, 2019. All submissions will receive a double-blind peer review. For further information on publication guidelines see

Please send all questions and inquiries to Wendy Salmond at

Call for Submissions: “All the Russias” Blog (NYU)

Deadline: Ongoing

All the Russias, the official blog of NYU’s Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia, is calling for submissions. We welcome short pitches and/or completed drafts of 500-1200 words on any topic relating to Russian, East European, and Eurasian politics and culture. As always, pieces may belong to any number of different genres, including, but not limited to:

  • Cultural criticism
  • Political analysis
  • Reviews of…
    • …recently released or upcoming films or books, fictional or non-;
    • …ongoing or upcoming exhibitions, performances, or events;
  •  Exposés of recent research within Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies, broadly defined
  • Essays on disciplinary matters
  • “Explainers” offering insight into perplexing contemporary cultural phenomena or current events

Please send ≤200-word proposals/ pitches (in the body of your email) or 500-1200-word drafts (as .docx’s or Google Drive attachments) to Maya Vinokour at, along with your one-line bio. Our detailed submission and style guidelines may be found here.