ANSTHRLD - Fwd: KWHS 2001 Needs Submissions!
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Tue Feb 13 06:07:17 PST 2001
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Date: Mon, 12 Feb 2001 20:12:39 EST
From: GrnJenny at aol.com
Reply-To: GrnJenny at aol.com
Subject: KWHS 2001 Needs Submissions!
The Knowne World Heraldic Symposium 2001 still needs
submissions for the Proceedings!
Please forward this message to your regional, local,
and commenting heralds....
Guenievre, co-Event Steward
2001 Known World Heraldic Symposium Proceedings
The Proceedings book of the Known World Heraldic
Symposium collects articles and papers related to the
study of Heraldry within the SCA, as well as notes and
outlines from those gentles teaching courses at the
Symposium. The Proceedings will be available for
purchase at the event, and a limited number of extra
copies will be printed for sale by the [office
of…] afterward. An index of past topics in the
Proceedings is available at
The Symposium explores all five branches of the
heraldic arts—Armory, Onamastics (naming), Field&
Court Heraldry and Protocol, Calligraphy, and
Illumination—and the contents of the Proceedings
reflect the diverse aspects of the field. Researchers
are encouraged to submit short or longer articles,
annotated bibliographies, practical and theoretical
guides, checklists, glossaries, and other research on
appropriate topics, as well as artwork and cover
submissions. Cover submissions may be in color, but
clip art, illustrations, and other interior artwork
should be black and white. Past volumes have also
included many humorous poems, songs, and cartoons, and
such will be most heartily welcomed!
There are no restrictions on time period, culture, or
scope of submitted articles, except that they relate to
the study of heraldry in the SCA. Articles may focus on
very specific times or places or pull back for the
wider cultural or chronological picture; both the range
of the SCA period and these Current Middle Ages are
open to discussion.
SUBMITTING YOUR WORK:
If you intend to submit your work for the Proceedings,
please send a brief notice of interest to the
Proceedings Coordinator as soon as possible. Contact
information is listed below. Please list your mundane
and SCA names, contact information (address, telephone,
email), and a short description of your proposed work
(topic, type of article, length if possible).
Final confirmations for articles are due by APRIL 1ST,
As you complete your paper, please attend to the basic
courtesies of research publication. Write carefully and
concisely, and be sure to proofread for spelling and
grammar. Above all, cite your references honestly and
thoroughly. A good bibliography is often as useful as
the article itself. Guidelines for academic citations
can be found online and in the Chicago Manual of Style,
as well as in many other writers’ references.
Please contact the Proceedings Coordinator if you have
any questions. We reserve the right to reject any
submission that fails to adhere to standard authorship
The final submission deadline is APRIL 15th, 2001.
Submissions will be accepted via U.S. Mail and
electronically in both PC and Macintosh formats.
The file format of choice is Microsoft Word. If you
wish to submit your paper in a format other than
MSWord, please save it as a Text Only file. If you wish
to ensure that formatting within your text—font
sizes, italics, boldface, etc.—remains intact,
please send a hard copy of the article, formatted as
you choose. A hard copy would also be beneficial to
ensure proper placement of illustrations, charts, and
tables. Artwork may be submitted as .jpg, .gif, or
PICT files, but hard copies would be appreciated.
If you would like to request the return of your
manuscript or artwork, include a self-addressed,
stamped envelope with adequate return postage.
Submissions without a SASE will be recycled, so please
do not submit the only copy of your work unless it is
Finally, if you have any questions regarding the
preparation and submission of your paper, please
contact the Proceedings Coordinator at the address
The SCA is built upon the curiosity and hard work of
dedicated scholars. Share your knowledge with the
Lady Caoilfhionn inghen Cheallaigh
m.k.a. Kellie Hultgren
732 Polk St. NE #9
Minneapolis, MN 55413
(612) 623-0137 before 10pm Central
keelin at fredcorp.com
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