CFP: Encyclopedia of Youth Cultures in America

The Encyclopedia of Youth Cultures in America to be published by M.E. Sharpe, seeks authors for the following entries: B-boy, Beat Generation,bobby-soxers, Bohemianism, Boys Towns, Candy Stripers, Central European Youth Groups in America, Deaf Culture, Factory Girls, Fetish Subcultures, Freak Scene, Greasers, Grunge, Gymnasts, Hackers and Hactivism, Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Youth Groups, Hipies, Hipsters, Homeless, Mod and Mod Revival, Muslim Youth Groups, Neo-Pagans, New Age, Otherkin, Pre-Schoolers, Psychobilly, Rednecks, Rockabilly, Rollerblading and Roller Derby, Runaways, Scandinavian American Youth Groups, Soldiers, Student Protest and Activism, Summer Camps, Tweeners, and Zoot Suiters.

Modest honoraria offered for entries from 500-3,000 words.

For information and inquiries, write Professor Simon Bronner at sbronner@psu.edu.