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Dear Colleagues, Please find below the CfP for the second issue of Diogenes, the PG Journal for the Centre of Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies at the University of Birmingham. Please circulate to any interested parties. Kind regards, Gemma Norman PhD Candidate Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies University of Birmingham http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/staff/profiles/bomg/pg/norman-gemma.aspx GEM - Gate to the Eastern Mediterranean http://gembirmingham.org/ Join us on Facebook!<https://www.facebook.com/groups/433848270012927/> Follow us on Twitter!<https://twitter.com/GEMcbomgsUoB> ________________________________ GEM – Gate to the Eastern Mediterranean – Society for the Students of the Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies, University of Birmingham – Call for Papers Diogenes After the successful launch of the first issue of Diogenes in January 2014<http://gembirmingham.org/gem-activities/online-journal/diogenes1/>, the editorial team is proud to announce a Call for Papers for the second issue, to be published in October 2014. We look forward to receiving contributions by postgraduate students in Byzantine, Ottoman and/or Modern Greek Studies, in the following forms: Article We welcome articles on topics of history, archaeology, anthropology or on any other field relating to the three areas of our Centre. Contributions should be between 3,000 and 7,000 words, may be written in English, Modern Greek, or Turkish, and must include a bibliography (excepted from the word count). Articles should follow the Chicago Manual of Style and should include a 150 word abstract written in English. Please note that consideration of articles in Modern Greek or Turkish is subject to the availability of our specialist editors. Book Review Reviews, in English, of between 700 and 1,000 words are welcomed on any work published in the last three years in the fields of Byzantine, Ottoman or Modern Greek Studies. If you are interested in contributing, please contact the general editor about the choice of book for review before submitting.Diogenes regrets that it is currently unable to supply books for review. Supplementum This section aims to present the diversity of postgraduate research activities and opportunities. Contributions, in English, of between 500 and 1,000 words are welcomed. Types of contribution may include, but are not limited to, archaeological reports, thesis summaries, conference reports, workshop reports, student society introductions, notices of events, etc. Calls for Papers, with deadlines after October 2014, are welcomed and are not subject to the word limit. For enquiries or submission, please contact the general editor Wei-sheng Lin: WXL183 [at] bham.ac.uk The deadline for contributions is 1 August 2014. Contributors will be informed by the general editor of the status of their submission(s) within four weeks of receipt. Download the Call for Papers here<http://gembirminghamdotorg.files.wordpress.com/2013/02/diogenes-cfp-deadline-20140801.pdf>. --