Robert Heasley, President of AMSA and Associate Professor of Sociology at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, joined Tom Ashbrook on National Public Radio’s “On Point” in April to discuss the changing nature of male friendships in response to the film “I Love You Man.” Listen to the broadcast discussing “The Age of ‘Bromance.’“
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
American Men’s Studies Annual Review, Volume III (Men, Masculinities and the Common Good in an Era of Economic Uncertainty, Selected Papers from the 19th Annual Conference on Men & Masculinities American Men’s Studies Association – 2011), is a blind refereed, published & online collection of manuscripts representative of the scholarship presented at our conference in book format. This is a project creates a scholarly archive of selected work presented at AMSA conferences and allows for public access to this scholarship. Presenters, please consider either submitting your work and/or joining the reading committee (blind referee process; see call for readers below).
- Before sending a digital copy of your manuscript make sure that it complies with the guidelines described in the most recent edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (2009, 6th edition—don’t use 1st printing—too many errors) for text, references, and tables/figures.
- Manuscripts over 8,500 words will not be accepted.
- References must be in APA format.
- Submit two copies of your manuscript. One containing all author information and biographical data on the title page with the file label as corresponding author last name and biodata (i.e. Schnarrs+biodata). The second copy should not contain ANY identifying information and should be labeled with only the corresponding authors last name (i.e. Schnarrs). If you are submitting more than one manuscript the files should be labeled with a corresponding number (i.e. Schnarrs+biodata+1, Schnarrs+1, respectively).
- Biographical data includes: Affiliations, Degrees, Email Address (we do not need biographies) of all authors.
- Corresponding Author must provide contact information on the bottom left side of the title page (include: full name, address, phone number, fax number and email address).
- On the title page provide keywords (max 6)
- On the second page provide and abstract of 150 words or less.
- Make sure to number all pages.
Submissions not meeting these guidelines will not be accepted.
Please be mindful that your audience is both international and cross-disciplinary and may not be familiar with discipline- or culture-specific terminology.
Please send your full APA formatted submission BY May 15, 2011 (word format only) to this email. In the subject line of your email, please type “2011 PROCEEDINGS SUBMISSION”.
CALL FOR REVIEWERS
Interested in being on the editorial committee of readers for this book project? Email us a one paragraph bio statement that reflects your suitability along with a copy of a graduate transcript reflecting your educational background to the editors by May 15th, 2011. In the subject line of your email, please type “2010 READER”. Scholars with a graduate degree and research background in Men’s Studies, Gender Studies, and/or related fields will be given preference. Additionally please provide us with a list of 5 words (or phrases) that best describe areas you are comfortable being a reviewer.