15 years after 9/11 there are many conspiracy theories related to the events that have been discussed in films, literature and social media. However, this is not the only conspiracy theory of such long endurance. Many more, like the Jewish world conspiracy, the survival of Nazi Germany on the dark side of the moon, Area 51, the assassination of John F. Kennedy and many more have led to a large production of films, literature and social media (blogs or vlogs). For the second volume of Entertainment we are interested in papers that analyze these conspiracy theories and in how far they are created, stimulated or re-defined by these media.
Articles should range between 5000 and 8000 words and use footnotes (following the latest Chicago Manual of Style).
For detailed information on the journal and the submission procedure, check: http://ejournals.epublishing.ekt.gr/index.php/entertainment/about
The deadline for an initial proposal (250 words and a short CV) that allows the editor a better planning of the volume is: November 30, 2016.
The deadline for the submission of full papers is: January 31, 2017.
All papers will go through double-blind peer review.
For submission of the proposal and final paper or initial questions, contact: email@example.com
Frank Jacob, History Department, CUNY-QCC, 22205 56th Ave, Bayside, 11364 New York