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Annual review Martor 21/2016






The Museum of the Romanian Peasant Anthropology Review
Revue d’anthropologie du Musée du Paysan Roumain


The Museum of the Romanian Peasant is seeking contributions for its annual review Martor 21/2016. The Martor review is a peer reviewed academic journal, established in 1996, indexed by EBSCO and CEEOL, with a focus on cultural and visual anthropology, ethnology and museology.

(Please see contents here http://www.muzeultaranuluiroman.ro/journals.html and full articles here http://goo.gl/u7Bbn1).

The theme of our 21st issue is A PLACE FOR HAY. FLEXIBILITY AND CONTINUITY IN HAY-MEADOW MANAGAMENT. During the last century, landscapes in Europe have changed dramatically, due to socio-political and economic developments that led to a decreasing number of areas managed in a traditional manner, such as the highly rich in biodiversity semi-natural hay-meadows. Institutions in Europe are increasingly considering the heritage dimension of land management practices and policies. The Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) claims a commitment to the preservation of biodiversity and traditional landscapes and their custodians, peasants and farmers. Policies built around the concept of cultural landscape connect an increasing concern for the loss of biological diversity with a concern for the loss of local and traditional land management knowledge. A new role, provider of ecosystem services, is proposed to the small-scale, unindustrialized land management actors, hay-makers included. At the same time, technology makes its way into hay work and becomes visible in both the nature of this work and the management of landscape: haystacks are replaced by round hay-bales; scythes are replaced by mechanical mowers; fodder crops (alfalfa) replace semi-natural hay meadows.
These challenge the use and transmission of local and traditional knowledge of how hay is produced. Nevertheless, a vulnerable category of stakeholders, the semi-subsistence farmers of post-socialist Europe and the inhabitants of highland areas are still guiding their hay work and hay-meadow management by traditional ecological knowledge: agricultural calendar, crop rotation, mowing and hay-making times and techniques, grazing and pasture management, husbandry and herding. Even as there is growing consensus in ecology scholarship on the importance of these traditional techniques in biodiversity management as well as on their dependence on the survival of the small-scale (often subsistence and semi-subsistence) farm households, much of this knowledge is not integrated or legitimized by agro-environmental policies. The homogenizing pressure of EU policies paired with the flexible pressure of neoliberal market forces gave rise to a new, post-modern rurality, where processes of de-peasantisation and re-peasantisation run side by side as livelihood strategies.
The current number of the journal will focus on the social history of hay, aiming to collect contributions regarding the bio-cultural heritage of hay; the roles and different understandings attributed to traditional hay knowledge; the role of policies and public incentives in reshaping farmers’ vision of nature and land management practices; the moralities behind hay production; biodiversity and hay production; hay as cultural landscape; hay in art and museology.
The volume is seeking a multi-disciplinary approach on the topic, thus, we encourage contributions from different fields of anthropology, sociology, history, biology, ecology, historical ecology etc.

We encourage early submission in the form of abstracts and expressions of interest, by 1st of November 2015.

We are expecting texts, in either English or French of 7.000 to 10.000 words by February 1th, 2016. High quality images supporting the argument are a plus in the selection process.

Please e-mail your submissions and any inquiries (e.g. editorial guidelines) to revistamartor@gmail.com

The editorial board of this issue:

Anamaria Iuga and Bogdan Iancu
(National Museum of the Romanian Peasant, Bucharest);
Monica Stroe
(National School for Political Science and Public Administration, Bucharest);
Anna Westin and Tommy Lennartsson
(Swedish Biodiversity Centre, Uppsala).




 
Indications aux auteurs pour la présentation de leurs manuscrits


1. Les manuscrits

feront entre 7000 et 10 000 mots, Times 12, notes, bibliographie, résumés (et espaces) compris. Ne pas oublier de joindre le résumé en français (ou en anglais) de 8-10 lignes maximum, et les 5 mots-clefs.
Le résumé doit être suivi de votre affiliation (exemple: Ana Ionescu est chercheuse postdoctorale à l'Université de Sherbrooke et coordonnatrice du Comité d'éthique de la recherche du CHAUQ) et votre adresse (institutionnelle ou personelle) complète (à laquelle vous recevrez l’exemplaire justificatif, avec votre adresse e-mail.

2. Disposition d’un article

 L’italique est réservée aux citations, aux dialogues ou aux mots que vous souhaitez mettre en évidence.
 Ne pas utiliser de gras.
 Travailler sans feuille de style.
 Insérer des intertitres dans votre texte.
 Appels de notes
Les notes (au maximum 5 lignes de texte) sont appelées dans le texte et réunies en fin d’article. Elles figurent dans l’article en numérotation continue (les saisir en numérotation automatique : 1. 2. 3. 4. etc…).

3. Références bibliographiques

Martor utilise le Chicago Auteur-Date système de référence. Pour plus d’informations consultez le Chicago Manual of Style ou http://library.williams.edu/citing/styles/chicago2.php
Les références bibliographiques sont appelées dans le texte et développées à la fin de l’article (elles sont différenciées des notes) :
 dans l’article, insérer entre crochets le nom de l’auteur, la date de son ouvrage et, le cas échéant, la page de référence : (Foucault 1970, 56).
 dans les références bibliographiques :
Nairn, Tom. 1997. Faces of Nationalism: Janus Revisited. London: New York: Verso.
Geis, Gilbert, and Ivan Bunn. 1997. A Trial of Witches: A Seventeenth-Century Witchcraft Prosecution. London: Routledge.
Sarat, Austin and Stuart Scheingold, eds. 1998. Cause Lawyering: Political Commitments and Professional Responsibilities. New York: Oxford Univ. Press.
Roell, Craig H. 1994. "The Piano in the American Home." In The Arts and the American Home, 1890 - 1930, ed. Jessica H. Foy and Karal Ann Marling, 193-204. Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee Press.
Bondonski, Ilya. 1989. "Caring Among the Forgotten." Journal of Social Activism 14 (Fall): 112-34.
Liker, Andras and Tamas Szekely. 1997. "Aggression Among Female Lapwings, Vanellus vanellus. Animal Behaviour. 54 (3): 797-802.
Birnbaum, Jeffrey H. 1998. "How to Succeed at Damage Control." Fortune, March 30, 173-176.
Erlanger, Steven. 1998. "Pact on Israeli Pullback Hinges on Defining Army's Role." New York Times, May 8, sec. A.
Yetman, Norman R. 2001. "An Introduction to the WPA Slave Narratives."Born in Slavery: Slave Narratives from the Federal Writers' Project, 1936-1938. http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/snhtml/snhome.html.
Shrum, Robert. 1996. "Taxing Clinton's Character." Slate, June 25. http://slate.msn.com/id/.

4. Les documents photographiques

et les cartes et dessins au trait, peuvent être remis prêts à clicher, mais aussi être numérisés sur des fichiers Jpeg (définition : 300 dpi minimum).
Pour chaque photo, nous vous demandons de mentionner une légende précise : titre, lieu, date, auteur de la photo, et d’indiquer son emplacement dans votre texte.
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1. Manuscripts

Manuscripts must been between 7000 and 10000 words in Times 12, including footnotes, bibliography and abstract. Please include an abstract (in your language, in English or in French) of up to 5/6 lines and 5 keywords. Your professional affiliation (example: John Pearce is a PhD student in Anthropology at University College London) and e-mail should accompany the abstract.
The responsability for editing the manuscript according to the journal’s preffered style rests with the author.

2. Style

Italics must only be used for quotations, dialogues or the words which the author wishes to stress. Bold type should not be used. The word processor’s models must not be used.

3. System of reference

The journal uses the Chicago Author-Date system of reference. When in doubt consult the latest edition of the Chicago Manual of Style, or for a quick overview of the system see http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html
Footnotes should be kept at a minimum (maximum 5 lines).
Bibiographic references
References should follow this model: (Author(s) year, page number). (Foucault 1970, 56)
Only works cited in the text should be listed in the bibliography, according to this model:
Nairn, Tom. 1997. Faces of Nationalism: Janus Revisited. London: New York: Verso.
Oprescu, George. 1922. Arta ţărănească la români (Romanian Peasant Art). București.
Geis, Gilbert, and Ivan Bunn. 1997. A Trial of Witches: A Seventeenth-Century Witchcraft Prosecution. London: Routledge.
Sarat, Austin and Stuart Scheingold, eds. 1998. Cause Lawyering: Political Commitments and Professional Responsibilities. New York: Oxford Univ. Press.
Roell, Craig H. 1994. "The Piano in the American Home." In The Arts and the American Home, 1890 - 1930, ed. Jessica H. Foy and Karal Ann Marling, 193-204. Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee Press.
Bondonski, Ilya. 1989. "Caring Among the Forgotten." Journal of Social Activism 14 (Fall): 112-34.
Liker, Andras and Tamas Szekely. 1997. "Aggression Among Female Lapwings, Vanellus vanellus. Animal Behaviour. 54 (3): 797-802.
Birnbaum, Jeffrey H. 1998. "How to Succeed at Damage Control." Fortune, March 30, 173-176.
Erlanger, Steven. 1998. "Pact on Israeli Pullback Hinges on Defining Army's Role." New York Times, May 8, sec. A.
Yetman, Norman R. 2001. "An Introduction to the WPA Slave Narratives."Born in Slavery: Slave Narratives from the Federal Writers' Project, 1936-1938. http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/snhtml/snhome.html.
Shrum, Robert. 1996. "Taxing Clinton's Character." Slate, June 25. http://slate.msn.com/id/


4. Illustrations

The journal welcomes illustrative material to accompany articles. Each illustration, 300 dpi minimum (black and white photographs, colour photographs, slides and line drawings) should be supplied with a caption and it should also be specified, in a different document, on which page an illustration is to go (if its place is determined by the text).

 




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