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Call for papers: The Irish Polish Society Yearbook is the official annual journal of the Irish Polish Society starting with the year 2013. It has been established to promote greater mutual interest, integration and understanding between the Irish and Polish communities. The Irish Polish Society Yearbook (IPSY) editorial policy is pluralist and interdisciplinary. The journal is dedicated to the publication of high-quality articles on the arts, society, history, cultural events, economic and political relationships between Poland and Ireland as well as reports on IPS activities. It will provide a forum for critical and creative writing in English and Polish for members of the IPS, academics, writers and other authors and organisations that work towards integration between the two communities in Ireland. It will be an annual record of events of the Polish Diaspora in Ireland that have a significant Polish and Irish content and will include events and activities that take place between IPS Annual General Meetings.
All proposals for papers relating to the above areas should be sent to the editor on e-mail address: and should include: the author(s) name, title and affiliation (if any), contact details, paper title and preliminary abstract of 150 – 250 words. The deadline for the receipt of proposals is 31 August 2014.
Full papers of no more than 6000 words (including notes and references) should begin with a short abstract of 250-400 words, describing the main thesis and conclusions of the article and finish with a bibliography at the end of the text and a short summary of max. 400 words (which will be translated). The number of notes, references, graphs and tables should be kept to a minimum. References need to be cited in the text (Harvard style) and then listed in the bibliography. The Editor reserves the rights to make any necessary changes in the papers or request the author to do so.

dr Jaroslaw Plachecki
editor of the Irish Polish Society Yearbook

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