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CFP: Student Perceptions, Beliefs and Attitudes (no dealinde noted; journal issue)

updated: 
Monday, October 27, 2003 - 4:01am
Panayiotis Zaphiris

Colleagues--

Please excuse the cross-posting. If you know of anyone who would be
interested in the following CFP, please forward it.

Academic Exchange Quarterly, one of the fastest-growing peer-reviewed print
journals in the U.S., encourages submissions for its Spring 2004
issue's special theme on
"Student Perceptions, Beliefs, or Attitudes".

http://www.higher-ed.org/AEQ/ontstu.htm

CFP: Student Perceptions, Beliefs and Attitudes (no dealinde noted; journal issue)

updated: 
Monday, October 27, 2003 - 4:01am
Panayiotis Zaphiris

Colleagues--

Please excuse the cross-posting. If you know of anyone who would be
interested in the following CFP, please forward it.

Academic Exchange Quarterly, one of the fastest-growing peer-reviewed print
journals in the U.S., encourages submissions for its Spring 2004
issue's special theme on
"Student Perceptions, Beliefs, or Attitudes".

http://www.higher-ed.org/AEQ/ontstu.htm

CFP: Women, Culture, and Sports (6/1/04; journal issue))

updated: 
Monday, October 27, 2003 - 3:57am
Carol J. Pierman

Call for Papers
Women's Studies Quarterly
General Editor, Diane S. Hope, Rochester Institute of Technology
Guest Editor, Carol J. Pierman
Special Issue on Women and Sports
    WSQ seeks submissions on the topic of women and sports. Essays are
invited on all related topics, including those that focus on the
participation of sports in the cultural processes of gender
construction; connections between sport and social class, educational
opportunity, and economic markets; the role of sports institutions in
manufacturing and enforcing sexual stereotypes; depictions of race,
ethnicity, and national origin in women's sports; sports and the

CFP: Antisemitism and Philosemitism (5/15/04; collection)

updated: 
Monday, October 27, 2003 - 3:57am
Lara Trubowitz

We invite essays and/or proposals for an edited collection on
interconnections between Philosemitism and Antisemitism in
twentieth-century American and British literature and culture. This volume
will focus on the use of the figure of the Jew and Jewishness in such
cultural expressions as literary and non-literary writing, art and museum
exhibitions, film, music, and theater. We expect these essays to question,
challenge, and redefine the terms philosemitism and antisemitism and to
complicate what are commonly assumed to be inherent tensions between them.
Essays might consider historical, political, or cultural intersections
between the terms, discuss the impact of antisemitic thinking on the

CFP: Antisemitism and Philosemitism (5/15/04; collection)

updated: 
Monday, October 27, 2003 - 3:57am
Lara Trubowitz

We invite essays and/or proposals for an edited collection on
interconnections between Philosemitism and Antisemitism in
twentieth-century American and British literature and culture. This volume
will focus on the use of the figure of the Jew and Jewishness in such
cultural expressions as literary and non-literary writing, art and museum
exhibitions, film, music, and theater. We expect these essays to question,
challenge, and redefine the terms philosemitism and antisemitism and to
complicate what are commonly assumed to be inherent tensions between them.
Essays might consider historical, political, or cultural intersections
between the terms, discuss the impact of antisemitic thinking on the

CFP: Europe in Cinema (12/1/03; e-journal issue)

updated: 
Monday, October 27, 2003 - 3:57am
delphine_benezet

CALL FOR PAPERS AND PARTICIPATION

The electronic journal www.post-scriptum.org is is inviting =
contributions to an issue on Europe in Cinema.

Deadline for one-page proposal : 1 December 2003

Contacts: d.benezet_at_umontreal.ca and v.bouchard_at_umontreal.ca

=20
Europe in cinema.=20

Questions of the production and the reception of European cinema

Under the Editorship of Delphine B=E9n=E9zet and Vincent Bouchard

CFP: Reviews for "Extreme Mainstream" (12/1/03; journal issue)

updated: 
Monday, October 27, 2003 - 3:57am
Douglas Dowland

Deadline for Submissions: December 1, 2003

The Iowa Journal of Cultural Studies, a refereed academic journal produced
at the University of Iowa, is dedicated to publishing the best work in
cultural studies from both established scholars and emerging critics. We
hope to avoid rigid orthodoxies and publish the best of both theoretical
work and applied criticism on a range of issues. Our goal is to present
the best in contemporary criticism while fostering conversations across
disciplinary and ideological divides.

CFP: Europe in Cinema (12/1/03; e-journal issue)

updated: 
Monday, October 27, 2003 - 3:57am
delphine_benezet

CALL FOR PAPERS AND PARTICIPATION

The electronic journal www.post-scriptum.org is is inviting =
contributions to an issue on Europe in Cinema.

Deadline for one-page proposal : 1 December 2003

Contacts: d.benezet_at_umontreal.ca and v.bouchard_at_umontreal.ca

=20
Europe in cinema.=20

Questions of the production and the reception of European cinema

Under the Editorship of Delphine B=E9n=E9zet and Vincent Bouchard

CFP: NEMLA Graduate Student Caucus Paper Prize (grad) (12/15/03; journal)

updated: 
Friday, October 24, 2003 - 2:00pm
Darcie Rives

NEMLA Graduate Student Caucus Paper Prize

NEMLA awards an annual prize to the best graduate
student paper presented at any of the conventions
sections. The winning paper, as determined by a
committee of peers, is published in the NEMLA journal
Modern Language Studies.

To submit a paper delivered at the NEMLA Boston 2003
conference, please send an article-length (20-25
pages) version of your essay by December 15, 2003 to:

Darcie Rives, Graduate Caucus President
Andrews Hall 202
Lincoln, NE 68588-0333

or email as an attachment to:
darcierives_at_yahoo.com

Again, please submit only article length versions of
papers delivered at the 2003 NEMLA conference.

CFP: NEMLA Graduate Student Caucus Paper Prize (grad) (12/15/03; journal)

updated: 
Friday, October 24, 2003 - 2:00pm
Darcie Rives

NEMLA Graduate Student Caucus Paper Prize

NEMLA awards an annual prize to the best graduate
student paper presented at any of the conventions
sections. The winning paper, as determined by a
committee of peers, is published in the NEMLA journal
Modern Language Studies.

To submit a paper delivered at the NEMLA Boston 2003
conference, please send an article-length (20-25
pages) version of your essay by December 15, 2003 to:

Darcie Rives, Graduate Caucus President
Andrews Hall 202
Lincoln, NE 68588-0333

or email as an attachment to:
darcierives_at_yahoo.com

Again, please submit only article length versions of
papers delivered at the 2003 NEMLA conference.

CFP: Creolistics and Creole Exceptionalism (12/29/03; journal issue)

updated: 
Friday, October 24, 2003 - 1:43pm
Don Walicek

CALL FOR PAPERS (Deadline Extended: 12/29/03)

SARGASSO, a Journal of Caribbean Literature, Language, and Culture
Edited at the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras; Department of English
Deadline: December 29, 2003

SARGASSO is now accepting submissions and book reviews for an upcoming issue
to be entitled “Creolistics and Creole Exceptionalism: Linguistics and
Caribbean Languages.”

CFP: Creolistics and Creole Exceptionalism (12/29/03; journal issue)

updated: 
Friday, October 24, 2003 - 1:43pm
Don Walicek

CALL FOR PAPERS (Deadline Extended: 12/29/03)

SARGASSO, a Journal of Caribbean Literature, Language, and Culture
Edited at the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras; Department of English
Deadline: December 29, 2003

SARGASSO is now accepting submissions and book reviews for an upcoming issue
to be entitled “Creolistics and Creole Exceptionalism: Linguistics and
Caribbean Languages.”

CFP: Henry James: Leon Edel Prize (grad and beginning scholars) (11/1/03; journal)

updated: 
Friday, October 24, 2003 - 1:28pm
Service Account hjamesr

LEON EDEL PRIZE

The Leon Edel Prize is awarded annually for the best essay on Henry
James by a beginning scholar. The prize carries with it an award of
$150, and the prize-winning essay will be published in HJR.

The competition is open to applicants who have not held a full-time
academic appointment for more than four years. Independent scholars and
graduate students are encouraged to apply.

Essays should be 20-30 pages (including notes), original, and not under
submission elsewhere or previously published.

Send submissions (in duplicate, produced according to current MLA
style, and with return postage enclosed) to:

CFP: Henry James: Leon Edel Prize (grad and beginning scholars) (11/1/03; journal)

updated: 
Friday, October 24, 2003 - 1:28pm
Service Account hjamesr

LEON EDEL PRIZE

The Leon Edel Prize is awarded annually for the best essay on Henry
James by a beginning scholar. The prize carries with it an award of
$150, and the prize-winning essay will be published in HJR.

The competition is open to applicants who have not held a full-time
academic appointment for more than four years. Independent scholars and
graduate students are encouraged to apply.

Essays should be 20-30 pages (including notes), original, and not under
submission elsewhere or previously published.

Send submissions (in duplicate, produced according to current MLA
style, and with return postage enclosed) to:

CFP: Henry James: Leon Edel Prize (grad and beginning scholars) (11/1/03; journal)

updated: 
Friday, October 24, 2003 - 1:28pm
Service Account hjamesr

LEON EDEL PRIZE

The Leon Edel Prize is awarded annually for the best essay on Henry
James by a beginning scholar. The prize carries with it an award of
$150, and the prize-winning essay will be published in HJR.

The competition is open to applicants who have not held a full-time
academic appointment for more than four years. Independent scholars and
graduate students are encouraged to apply.

Essays should be 20-30 pages (including notes), original, and not under
submission elsewhere or previously published.

Send submissions (in duplicate, produced according to current MLA
style, and with return postage enclosed) to:

CFP: Composing and Revising the Professional/Technical Writing Program (1/10/04; collection)

updated: 
Friday, October 24, 2003 - 1:09pm
Alex Reid

As Professional and Technical Writing grows at the undergraduate level from
a narrow pre-professional track to a discipline, complete with its own
undergraduate degree and certificate programs, faculty administrators often
seek grounded and detailed descriptions of how to picture, develop, promote
and sustain their programs. A strong need exists for a volume of reflective
discussion aimed at explaining the context and specifics of running a PWT
program, one grounded in specific institutional contexts and yet ³portable²
to other sites and situations.

CFP: Women in U. S. Race Riots (12/22/03; collection)

updated: 
Friday, October 24, 2003 - 1:09pm
Julie Cary Nerad

CFP: Rage, Resistance, and Representation: Women in U. S. Race Riots

Atlanta, GA. Washington, DC. Wilmington, NC. Chicago, Philadelphia,
Ocoee, New York, Tulsa: cities – among many others – that have been home
to race riots in the United States over the nineteenth and twentieth
centuries. This collection of essays will investigate the various active
roles women, and particularly minority women, played in such riots,
paying specific attention to exposing the cultural fallacy of women’s
passivity in the public realm of violence, especially in relation to the
construction of racial identity and cultural race relations.

CFP: Women in U. S. Race Riots (12/22/03; collection)

updated: 
Friday, October 24, 2003 - 1:09pm
Julie Cary Nerad

CFP: Rage, Resistance, and Representation: Women in U. S. Race Riots

Atlanta, GA. Washington, DC. Wilmington, NC. Chicago, Philadelphia,
Ocoee, New York, Tulsa: cities – among many others – that have been home
to race riots in the United States over the nineteenth and twentieth
centuries. This collection of essays will investigate the various active
roles women, and particularly minority women, played in such riots,
paying specific attention to exposing the cultural fallacy of women’s
passivity in the public realm of violence, especially in relation to the
construction of racial identity and cultural race relations.

CFP: Women in U. S. Race Riots (12/22/03; collection)

updated: 
Friday, October 24, 2003 - 1:09pm
Julie Cary Nerad

CFP: Rage, Resistance, and Representation: Women in U. S. Race Riots

Atlanta, GA. Washington, DC. Wilmington, NC. Chicago, Philadelphia,
Ocoee, New York, Tulsa: cities – among many others – that have been home
to race riots in the United States over the nineteenth and twentieth
centuries. This collection of essays will investigate the various active
roles women, and particularly minority women, played in such riots,
paying specific attention to exposing the cultural fallacy of women’s
passivity in the public realm of violence, especially in relation to the
construction of racial identity and cultural race relations.

CFP: Women in U. S. Race Riots (12/22/03; collection)

updated: 
Friday, October 24, 2003 - 1:09pm
Julie Cary Nerad

CFP: Rage, Resistance, and Representation: Women in U. S. Race Riots

Atlanta, GA. Washington, DC. Wilmington, NC. Chicago, Philadelphia,
Ocoee, New York, Tulsa: cities – among many others – that have been home
to race riots in the United States over the nineteenth and twentieth
centuries. This collection of essays will investigate the various active
roles women, and particularly minority women, played in such riots,
paying specific attention to exposing the cultural fallacy of women’s
passivity in the public realm of violence, especially in relation to the
construction of racial identity and cultural race relations.

CFP: Studies about Languages (11/20/03; journal)

updated: 
Friday, October 24, 2003 - 1:07pm
Ruta Veteryte

STUDIES ABOUT LANGUAGES

Kalbu studijos/Studies about Languages: a biannual journal for
all involved in the field of theoretical and empirical languages studies. It
is released in two versions (paper and electronic (URL:
http://www.kalbos.lt)).

Papers are invited for issue no. 5 of this journal (January 2004) for a
deadline of 20 November 2003.

Researchers are welcome to submit papers concerning any aspect of the
problems of linguistics, sociolinguistics and other types of language
research.
All papers are refereed by members of our editorial board before being
accepted for publication, and should conform to MLA guidelines in
presentation.

CFP: Sound/Music in TV & Multimedia (11/15/03; collection)

updated: 
Friday, October 24, 2003 - 1:01pm
G.E.Harper

Major international volume:

'The Continuum Companion to Sound in Film and the Visual Media'
                                                   (Continuum)

seeks proposals from scholars and/or practitioners for chapters of between
4,000 and 10,000 words on topics relating to sound and/or music for
television and/or multi-media.

Chapters can be technical, historical, theoretical, textual, cultural . ..
As this is a 'Companion' the main criteria for proposals is that the
chapter topic is essential to students/researchers working in the area.
Needless to say, the volume seeks expert input from lively informed
writers.

CFP: Sound/Music in TV & Multimedia (11/15/03; collection)

updated: 
Friday, October 24, 2003 - 1:01pm
G.E.Harper

Major international volume:

'The Continuum Companion to Sound in Film and the Visual Media'
                                                   (Continuum)

seeks proposals from scholars and/or practitioners for chapters of between
4,000 and 10,000 words on topics relating to sound and/or music for
television and/or multi-media.

Chapters can be technical, historical, theoretical, textual, cultural . ..
As this is a 'Companion' the main criteria for proposals is that the
chapter topic is essential to students/researchers working in the area.
Needless to say, the volume seeks expert input from lively informed
writers.

CFP: Philament: Offbeat (grad) (1/9/04; e-journal)

updated: 
Friday, October 24, 2003 - 1:01pm
hyou8915_at_mail.usyd.edu.au

CALL FOR PAPERS

Philament, an online peer-reviewed journal of postgraduate scholarship in the
fields of cultural studies and the literary arts, now invites contributors for
its third edition, to be themed off-beat.

Submissions should be sent to philament_at_arts.usyd.edu.au and must be received
by Friday 9 January 2004. Earlier submissions are encouraged.

Included below are dictionary and textual ideas for how off-beat might be
incorporated into a creative or academic piece. These lists are by no means
exhaustive.

CFP: Philament: Offbeat (grad) (1/9/04; e-journal)

updated: 
Friday, October 24, 2003 - 1:01pm
hyou8915_at_mail.usyd.edu.au

CALL FOR PAPERS

Philament, an online peer-reviewed journal of postgraduate scholarship in the
fields of cultural studies and the literary arts, now invites contributors for
its third edition, to be themed off-beat.

Submissions should be sent to philament_at_arts.usyd.edu.au and must be received
by Friday 9 January 2004. Earlier submissions are encouraged.

Included below are dictionary and textual ideas for how off-beat might be
incorporated into a creative or academic piece. These lists are by no means
exhaustive.

CFP: Zombie Culture (12/1/03; collection)

updated: 
Friday, October 24, 2003 - 1:01pm
Marc Leverette

CALL FOR PAPERS: Zombie Culture: Studies of the Monster that Won't Go =
Away edited by Shawn McIntosh and Marc Leverette.

We are seeking proposals for a collection tentatively entitled Zombie =
Culture: Studies of the Monster that Won't Go Away.

Zombies have held a unique place in popular culture throughout most of =
the 20th century. Rare in that this enduring monster type originated in =
a non-European folk culture rather than the Gothic tradition from which =
monsters such as vampires, werewolves, and Frankenstein have emerged, =
zombies nevertheless have in many ways superseded these Gothic monsters =
in popular entertainment.=20

CFP: Zombie Culture (12/1/03; collection)

updated: 
Friday, October 24, 2003 - 1:01pm
Marc Leverette

CALL FOR PAPERS: Zombie Culture: Studies of the Monster that Won't Go =
Away edited by Shawn McIntosh and Marc Leverette.

We are seeking proposals for a collection tentatively entitled Zombie =
Culture: Studies of the Monster that Won't Go Away.

Zombies have held a unique place in popular culture throughout most of =
the 20th century. Rare in that this enduring monster type originated in =
a non-European folk culture rather than the Gothic tradition from which =
monsters such as vampires, werewolves, and Frankenstein have emerged, =
zombies nevertheless have in many ways superseded these Gothic monsters =
in popular entertainment.=20

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