Post Script: Essays in Film & the Humanities

Areas of Interest

Submission Requirements

POST SCRIPT welcomes manuscripts on:

  • film as language and literature

  • acting

  • film music

  • film as visual art (painting and cinematic style, set design, costuming)

  • film and photography

  • film history

  • aesthetics

  • the response of film and the humanities to technology

  • interdisciplinary studies in theme and genre

  • film and American Studies

  • documentary production and ethics

  • reappraisals of seminal essays

  • book reviews and interviews

  • responses to articles appearing in POST SCRIPT

  • Articles offered for publication should be sent as an email attachment to 
        Gerald.Duchovnay@tamuc.edu                                                           
  • ​​Author identification and brief bio should appear on a separate cover page
  • The journal will accept manuscripts in MLA, APA, or Chicago style if this format is used in your scholarly discipline.
Peer Review
Correspondance
POST SCRIPT is a refereed publication. The interval between acceptance of an article and its publication is 4-24 months. The editors reserve the right to amend the phrasing and punctuation in articles and reviews accepted for publication. 

 

Questions about submissions may be directed to the editor:

     Gerald Duchovnay, General Editor POST SCRIPT 
 
   
Gerald.Duchovnay@tamuc.edu

  Updated September 2019