CFP: JEWISH CYBERCULTURE
Fifth volume in book series on Jewish Cultural Studies, edited by Andrea Lieber, Sophia Ava Asbell Chair in Judaic Studies, Dickinson College, USA, (email@example.com) and Simon J. Bronner, Distinguished University Professor of American Studies and Folklore, The Pennsylvania State University, USA (firstname.lastname@example.org) Format and Guidelines: 7,000-9,000 word essays in English, prepared electronically in Word, following Oxford Guide to Style (in-text citation with reference list at the end) Deadline for submissions: August 1, 2012 The Jewish Cultural Studies series, published by Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, invites original papers for a volume on Jewish Cyberculture. Topics of interest for the fifth volume in the series include effects of social media on Jewish identity, perceived conflicts and integration of the Internet with religious values, adaptation of technology such as cell phones and webcams for religious purposes, marketing and consumption of Jewish books and products in cyberspace, rise of virtual Judaism and Jewishness, changes to oral and social genres such as humor and ritual in digital cultural contexts, effects of the Internet on Jewish/non-Jewish relations, and the use of technology to challenge or redefine traditional structures of authority in the Jewish community. For inquiries and proposals, contact Simon J. Bronner at email@example.com. For more information on the Jewish Cultural Studies series, see http://littman.co.uk/jcs.