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CFP: Religion and Politics (3/15/06; journal issue)

updated: 
Thursday, March 24, 2005 - 1:56pm
Duane Corpis

Radical History Review invites submissions of abstracts for a forthcoming thematic issue exploring the subject of religion and its historical relations to politics, culture and society. We especially encourage proposals for articles with interdisciplinary and transnational perspectives.

CFP: Religion and Politics (3/15/06; journal issue)

updated: 
Thursday, March 24, 2005 - 1:56pm
Duane Corpis

Radical History Review invites submissions of abstracts for a forthcoming thematic issue exploring the subject of religion and its historical relations to politics, culture and society. We especially encourage proposals for articles with interdisciplinary and transnational perspectives.

CFP: Religion and Politics (3/15/06; journal issue)

updated: 
Thursday, March 24, 2005 - 1:56pm
Duane Corpis

Radical History Review invites submissions of abstracts for a forthcoming thematic issue exploring the subject of religion and its historical relations to politics, culture and society. We especially encourage proposals for articles with interdisciplinary and transnational perspectives.

CFP: Religion and Politics (3/15/06; journal issue)

updated: 
Thursday, March 24, 2005 - 1:56pm
Duane Corpis

Radical History Review invites submissions of abstracts for a forthcoming thematic issue exploring the subject of religion and its historical relations to politics, culture and society. We especially encourage proposals for articles with interdisciplinary and transnational perspectives.

CFP: Religion and Politics (3/15/06; journal issue)

updated: 
Thursday, March 24, 2005 - 1:56pm
Duane Corpis

Radical History Review invites submissions of abstracts for a forthcoming thematic issue exploring the subject of religion and its historical relations to politics, culture and society. We especially encourage proposals for articles with interdisciplinary and transnational perspectives.

CFP: Global Eighteenth Century (5/10/05; journal issue)

updated: 
Thursday, March 24, 2005 - 1:56pm
Vlatka Velcic

CALL FOR PAPERS

_genre: An International Journal of Literature and the
Arts_

_genre_ is the annual scholarly journal of the CSULB
Comparative Literature and Classics Department. It has
published 24 issues since the first volume in 1967. The
theme for this year's journal is

THE GLOBAL EIGHTEENTH CENTURY

Essays might deal with any aspect of eighteenth-century
studies, but we are particularly interested in essays
which utilize an interdisciplinary methodology, use
critical theory to analyze traditional texts, or work
outside the traditional European nexus.

We welcome graduate student submissions.

CFP: Sirena: Poetry, Art, and Criticism (no deadline; journal)

updated: 
Wednesday, March 23, 2005 - 12:43am
Jorge Sagastume

CALL FOR PAPERS

Sirena: Poetry, Art, and Criticism

Dickinson College and the Johns Hopkins University Press

Published biannually in March and October by Johns Hopkins University Press for Dickinson College, Sirena is an international and multilingual journal of poetry, art and criticism, publishing the original work of poets and artists from around the globe. In the case of poetry, each work appears in its original language as well as in translation into Spanish and English. Poets such as Günter Grass, Günter Kunert, Robert Creeley, Eleanor Wilner, Pablo García Baena, Adrian Mitchell, Sujata Bhatt and others, are contributors to this journal.

UPDATE: Graphic Novels as Complements to the Classics (6/15/05; collection)

updated: 
Wednesday, March 23, 2005 - 12:42am
James Bucky Carter

3.21.05

The investigative period that usually accompanies initial
CFP's has been quick and fruitful. Thanks to all who sent
in queries that led to the below update. Note the addition
of a deadline and other suggestions.

Sincerely,
James "Bucky" Carter,
General Editor

UPDATE: Graphic Novels as Complements to the Classics (6/15/05; collection)

updated: 
Wednesday, March 23, 2005 - 12:42am
James Bucky Carter

3.21.05

The investigative period that usually accompanies initial
CFP's has been quick and fruitful. Thanks to all who sent
in queries that led to the below update. Note the addition
of a deadline and other suggestions.

Sincerely,
James "Bucky" Carter,
General Editor

CFP: AEQ: Information Literacy (8/31/05; journal issue)

updated: 
Wednesday, March 23, 2005 - 12:42am
Beth Lindsay

Academic Exchange Quarterly is featuring information literacy as one of
the topics for the Winter 2005 issue. The deadline for submitting an
article is August 31, 2005. More information can be found at
http://rapidintellect.com/AEQweb/win022.htm

AEQ is an independent peer-reviewed journal and issues are available in
Gale's Expanded Academic ASAP database. Thanks for your interest in AEQ.

CFP: Comparatively Queer: Crossing Time, Crossing Cultures (6/15/05; collection)

updated: 
Wednesday, March 23, 2005 - 12:42am
Higonnet, Margaret

Title: "Comparatively Queer: Crossing Time, Crossing Cultures"

This collection seeks to queer the field of comparative studies as well as
demonstrate how a comparative component might be considered central to
"queering queer studies" itself. Papers are therefore sought that take a
comparative approach to queer projects by interrogating the usual national
limits of study as well as the nexus of comparison where traditional boundaries
break down. Especially welcome will be work that crosses historical periods,
cultures, and linguistic contexts.

CFP: Comparatively Queer: Crossing Time, Crossing Cultures (6/15/05; collection)

updated: 
Wednesday, March 23, 2005 - 12:42am
Higonnet, Margaret

Title: "Comparatively Queer: Crossing Time, Crossing Cultures"

This collection seeks to queer the field of comparative studies as well as
demonstrate how a comparative component might be considered central to
"queering queer studies" itself. Papers are therefore sought that take a
comparative approach to queer projects by interrogating the usual national
limits of study as well as the nexus of comparison where traditional boundaries
break down. Especially welcome will be work that crosses historical periods,
cultures, and linguistic contexts.

CFP: 49th Parallel: Interdisciplinary Journal of North American Studies (6/30/05; journal issue)

updated: 
Wednesday, March 23, 2005 - 12:41am
eva rus

CFP: 49th Parallel: An Interdisciplinary Journal of
North American Studies (6/30/05; journal issue)

Call for journal submissions

Summer 2005: Open Issue

49th Parallel is an interdisciplinary e-journal of the
University of Birmingham (UK) devoted to American and
Canadian studies that looks to promote innovative and
challenging academic work. The journal takes its name
from the 1,270 mile border separating USA and Canada,
and in this sense is keen to encourage dialogues and
debates which transcend the boundaries of customary
theoretical approaches to the culture, history, and
politics of the North American continent.

CFP: Anglophone Arab Literature (5/15/05; collection)

updated: 
Wednesday, March 23, 2005 - 12:41am
Laila Almaleh

CFP. Anglophone Arab Literature. 05/ 15/2005 (collection)

Contributions are invited for a collection of scholarly articles on Anglophone Arab literature (Literature written in English by writers of Arab origin, no translations) which address various aspects of Anglo-Arab writing. Questions pertaining to (though not limited to) issues of identity, ethnicity, hybridity, gender, reception, etc. are encouraged. Creative writing by Anglophone authors (short stories, excerpts from novels, poems, scenes or acts from plays, autobiography) are also most welcome.
Editor: Layla Al Maleh, Associate Professor of English Literature.
visiting scholar, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, USA
Email address: lalmaleh_at_yahoo.com

CFP: Anglophone Arab Literature (5/15/05; collection)

updated: 
Wednesday, March 23, 2005 - 12:41am
Laila Almaleh

CFP. Anglophone Arab Literature. 05/ 15/2005 (collection)

Contributions are invited for a collection of scholarly articles on Anglophone Arab literature (Literature written in English by writers of Arab origin, no translations) which address various aspects of Anglo-Arab writing. Questions pertaining to (though not limited to) issues of identity, ethnicity, hybridity, gender, reception, etc. are encouraged. Creative writing by Anglophone authors (short stories, excerpts from novels, poems, scenes or acts from plays, autobiography) are also most welcome.
Editor: Layla Al Maleh, Associate Professor of English Literature.
visiting scholar, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, USA
Email address: lalmaleh_at_yahoo.com

CFP: Anglophone Arab Literature (5/15/05; collection)

updated: 
Wednesday, March 23, 2005 - 12:41am
Laila Almaleh

CFP. Anglophone Arab Literature. 05/ 15/2005 (collection)

Contributions are invited for a collection of scholarly articles on Anglophone Arab literature (Literature written in English by writers of Arab origin, no translations) which address various aspects of Anglo-Arab writing. Questions pertaining to (though not limited to) issues of identity, ethnicity, hybridity, gender, reception, etc. are encouraged. Creative writing by Anglophone authors (short stories, excerpts from novels, poems, scenes or acts from plays, autobiography) are also most welcome.
Editor: Layla Al Maleh, Associate Professor of English Literature.
visiting scholar, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, USA
Email address: lalmaleh_at_yahoo.com

CFP: Anglophone Arab Literature (5/15/05; collection)

updated: 
Wednesday, March 23, 2005 - 12:41am
Laila Almaleh

CFP. Anglophone Arab Literature. 05/ 15/2005 (collection)

Contributions are invited for a collection of scholarly articles on Anglophone Arab literature (Literature written in English by writers of Arab origin, no translations) which address various aspects of Anglo-Arab writing. Questions pertaining to (though not limited to) issues of identity, ethnicity, hybridity, gender, reception, etc. are encouraged. Creative writing by Anglophone authors (short stories, excerpts from novels, poems, scenes or acts from plays, autobiography) are also most welcome.
Editor: Layla Al Maleh, Associate Professor of English Literature.
visiting scholar, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, USA
Email address: lalmaleh_at_yahoo.com

CFP: Ethics of Anonymity: Violence of the Peer Review: (12/31/05; book/website/exhibition)

updated: 
Wednesday, March 23, 2005 - 12:41am
Al Planet

Ethics of Anonymity: Violence of the Peer Review
Imagine if scholars applying for promotion, instead of strutting their
stuff - publications, praise from various quarters - were obliged to show
their betters and/or peers all the worst things that had ever been
written or said of them, whether anonymously or otherwise. What would
happen to academic culture if failures to publish and present were given
equal weight with success? Or greater weight? Better still, imagine if all
the vitriol the aspiring had - under the cover of anonymity - themselves
delivered their peers, were to come back to bite them in this manner.
Imagine if scholars were judged on what they had said of others

UPDATE: Thresholds: Unlocking Intimacies (4/18/05; journal issue)

updated: 
Wednesday, March 23, 2005 - 12:41am
Sean Michael Dummitt

Deadline extended:

Call for Papers
disClosure
a journal of social theory
Issue 15: Intimacy

In recent years, scholars from a broad range of disciplines have engaged the issue of intimacy. From these various efforts, at least one fact is clear: There is not one intimacy, but many. How do we describe these intimacies, and what complicates our descriptions? Intimacy is not simply synonymous with love, but it is different from friendship, and often quite different from sex. Or is it? Moreover, once we have discovered what intimacy is, where do we find it: in communities and nations, between or among friends, between or among lovers? How is intimacy negotiated and produced, maintained, or, often, lost?

UPDATE: Thresholds: Unlocking Intimacies (4/18/05; journal issue)

updated: 
Wednesday, March 23, 2005 - 12:41am
Sean Michael Dummitt

Deadline extended:

Call for Papers
disClosure
a journal of social theory
Issue 15: Intimacy

In recent years, scholars from a broad range of disciplines have engaged the issue of intimacy. From these various efforts, at least one fact is clear: There is not one intimacy, but many. How do we describe these intimacies, and what complicates our descriptions? Intimacy is not simply synonymous with love, but it is different from friendship, and often quite different from sex. Or is it? Moreover, once we have discovered what intimacy is, where do we find it: in communities and nations, between or among friends, between or among lovers? How is intimacy negotiated and produced, maintained, or, often, lost?

UPDATE: Thresholds: Unlocking Intimacies (4/18/05; journal issue)

updated: 
Wednesday, March 23, 2005 - 12:41am
Sean Michael Dummitt

Deadline extended:

Call for Papers
disClosure
a journal of social theory
Issue 15: Intimacy

In recent years, scholars from a broad range of disciplines have engaged the issue of intimacy. From these various efforts, at least one fact is clear: There is not one intimacy, but many. How do we describe these intimacies, and what complicates our descriptions? Intimacy is not simply synonymous with love, but it is different from friendship, and often quite different from sex. Or is it? Moreover, once we have discovered what intimacy is, where do we find it: in communities and nations, between or among friends, between or among lovers? How is intimacy negotiated and produced, maintained, or, often, lost?

UPDATE: Thresholds: Unlocking Intimacies (4/18/05; journal issue)

updated: 
Wednesday, March 23, 2005 - 12:41am
Sean Michael Dummitt

Deadline extended:

Call for Papers
disClosure
a journal of social theory
Issue 15: Intimacy

In recent years, scholars from a broad range of disciplines have engaged the issue of intimacy. From these various efforts, at least one fact is clear: There is not one intimacy, but many. How do we describe these intimacies, and what complicates our descriptions? Intimacy is not simply synonymous with love, but it is different from friendship, and often quite different from sex. Or is it? Moreover, once we have discovered what intimacy is, where do we find it: in communities and nations, between or among friends, between or among lovers? How is intimacy negotiated and produced, maintained, or, often, lost?

UPDATE: Thresholds: Unlocking Intimacies (4/18/05; journal issue)

updated: 
Wednesday, March 23, 2005 - 12:41am
Sean Michael Dummitt

Deadline extended:

Call for Papers
disClosure
a journal of social theory
Issue 15: Intimacy

In recent years, scholars from a broad range of disciplines have engaged the issue of intimacy. From these various efforts, at least one fact is clear: There is not one intimacy, but many. How do we describe these intimacies, and what complicates our descriptions? Intimacy is not simply synonymous with love, but it is different from friendship, and often quite different from sex. Or is it? Moreover, once we have discovered what intimacy is, where do we find it: in communities and nations, between or among friends, between or among lovers? How is intimacy negotiated and produced, maintained, or, often, lost?

CFP: Environmental Approaches to the Classroom (11/30/05; journal issue)

updated: 
Wednesday, March 23, 2005 - 12:41am
fred waage

For a special topics section in the Spring 2006 issue of Academic
Exchange Quarterly, submissions are being sought on the topic
"Environmental Approaches in the Classroom." Manuscripts are sought
from those whose experiences, methods, and assessments in either a high
school or college classroom have produced meaningful ways to teach
different disciplines environmentally. Cross-disciplinary approaches
are encouraged. Deadline for submissions is November 30, 2005. Online
submissions should be sent to
http://rapidintellect.com/AEQweb/rufen1.htm or

CFP: Environmental Approaches to the Classroom (11/30/05; journal issue)

updated: 
Wednesday, March 23, 2005 - 12:41am
fred waage

For a special topics section in the Spring 2006 issue of Academic
Exchange Quarterly, submissions are being sought on the topic
"Environmental Approaches in the Classroom." Manuscripts are sought
from those whose experiences, methods, and assessments in either a high
school or college classroom have produced meaningful ways to teach
different disciplines environmentally. Cross-disciplinary approaches
are encouraged. Deadline for submissions is November 30, 2005. Online
submissions should be sent to
http://rapidintellect.com/AEQweb/rufen1.htm or

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