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UPDATE: [Collections] E-Journal: NOVEL SCHOLARSHIP

updated: 
Tuesday, October 23, 2007 - 2:11am
Damian Ward Hey

NOVEL SCHOLARSHIP (novelscholarship.org), a refereed academic electronic
journal, seeks scholarly essays and reviews for its first issue.

NOVEL SCHOLARSHIP is devoted to publishing scholarly essays and reviews
that present or reflect innovative theoretical approaches to the novel as
a literary genre. All submitted pieces undergo a double-blind process of
peer-review by two members of the editorial board. Publication of any
particular submission is dependent upon the approval of the piece by two
readers.

Contributors should follow MLA style guidelines as described in the most
recent edition of the MLA Handbook. All inquiries and submissions should
be sent, via e-mail, to:

CFP: [Graduate] Anatomy of Passions

updated: 
Tuesday, October 23, 2007 - 1:42am
Bassel Atallah

Concordia University - Department of English - Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Sixth Annual Graduate Colloquium
March 28 & 29, 2008
Theme: Anatomy of Passions

CFP: [Gender Studies] [Graduate] Gender & Technology

updated: 
Monday, October 22, 2007 - 6:58pm
Kris Wright

The Women’s and Gender Studies Program at UT (Austin) invites proposals for

EMERGING SCHOLARSHIP IN WOMEN’S AND GENDER STUDIES

Fifteenth Annual Graduate Student Gender Studies Conference
Thursday April 3rd, 2008 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Now in its fifteenth year, this conference provides an unparalleled
opportunity to share research with undergraduates, graduate students and
faculty in women’s and gender studies across campus. The center’s theme
this year is “Gender and Technology,” but research on any aspect of the
study of gender and/or sexuality is welcome.

UPDATE: [Theatre] War & the (Re)Invention of Communications & Communities (11/01/07; 2/29/08-3/1/08) Arizona State U.

updated: 
Monday, October 22, 2007 - 6:26pm
C. Stamper

War & the (Re)Invention of Communications & Communities (11/01/07;
2/29/08-3/1/08) Arizona State U.

Paper Submission Deadline Extended to Nov. 1, 2007

How does the (re)invention of communications and communities intersect with
issues of war? How can war, totalitarianism, or torture be reconsidered
regarding transmission, translation, and transgression? Examples could
include transmission of information to communities about war via media and
visual images; translation of trauma to the body into writing or speaking;
how literature, art, creative writing, rhetoric, etc. might translate war;
and transgressions against the nation-state, religion, gender, violence, etc.

UPDATE: [Graduate] War & the (Re)Invention of Communications & Communities (11/01/07; 2/29/08-3/1/08) Arizona State U.

updated: 
Monday, October 22, 2007 - 6:24pm
C. Stamper

War & the (Re)Invention of Communications & Communities (11/01/07;
2/29/08-3/1/08) Arizona State U.

Paper Submission Deadline Extended to Nov. 1, 2007

How does the (re)invention of communications and communities intersect with
issues of war? How can war, totalitarianism, or torture be reconsidered
regarding transmission, translation, and transgression? Examples could
include transmission of information to communities about war via media and
visual images; translation of trauma to the body into writing or speaking;
how literature, art, creative writing, rhetoric, etc. might translate war;
and transgressions against the nation-state, religion, gender, violence, etc.

UPDATE: [Rhetoric-Composition] War & the (Re)Invention of Communications & Communities (11/01/07; 2/29/08-3/1/08) Arizon

updated: 
Monday, October 22, 2007 - 6:24pm
C. Stamper

War & the (Re)Invention of Communications & Communities (11/01/07;
2/29/08-3/1/08) Arizona State U.

Paper Submission Deadline Extended to Nov. 1, 2007

How does the (re)invention of communications and communities intersect with
issues of war? How can war, totalitarianism, or torture be reconsidered
regarding transmission, translation, and transgression? Examples could
include transmission of information to communities about war via media and
visual images; translation of trauma to the body into writing or speaking;
how literature, art, creative writing, rhetoric, etc. might translate war;
and transgressions against the nation-state, religion, gender, violence, etc.

UPDATE: [Computing-Internet] War & the (Re)Invention of Communications & Communities (11/01/07; 2/29/08-3/1/08) Arizona

updated: 
Monday, October 22, 2007 - 6:23pm
C. Stamper

War & the (Re)Invention of Communications & Communities (11/01/07;
2/29/08-3/1/08) Arizona State U.

Paper Submission Deadline Extended to Nov. 1, 2007

How does the (re)invention of communications and communities intersect with
issues of war? How can war, totalitarianism, or torture be reconsidered
regarding transmission, translation, and transgression? Examples could
include transmission of information to communities about war via media and
visual images; translation of trauma to the body into writing or speaking;
how literature, art, creative writing, rhetoric, etc. might translate war;
and transgressions against the nation-state, religion, gender, violence, etc.

UPDATE: [Travel] War & the (Re)Invention of Communications & Communities (11/01/07; 2/29/08-3/1/08) Arizona State U.

updated: 
Monday, October 22, 2007 - 6:22pm
C. Stamper

War & the (Re)Invention of Communications & Communities (11/01/07;
2/29/08-3/1/08) Arizona State U.

Paper Submission Deadline Extended to Nov. 1, 2007

How does the (re)invention of communications and communities intersect with
issues of war? How can war, totalitarianism, or torture be reconsidered
regarding transmission, translation, and transgression? Examples could
include transmission of information to communities about war via media and
visual images; translation of trauma to the body into writing or speaking;
how literature, art, creative writing, rhetoric, etc. might translate war;
and transgressions against the nation-state, religion, gender, violence, etc.

UPDATE: [Science] War & the (Re)Invention of Communications & Communities (11/01/07; 2/29/08-3/1/08) Arizona State U.

updated: 
Monday, October 22, 2007 - 6:21pm
C. Stamper

War & the (Re)Invention of Communications & Communities (11/01/07;
2/29/08-3/1/08) Arizona State U.

Paper Submission Deadline Extended to Nov. 1, 2007

How does the (re)invention of communications and communities intersect with
issues of war? How can war, totalitarianism, or torture be reconsidered
regarding transmission, translation, and transgression? Examples could
include transmission of information to communities about war via media and
visual images; translation of trauma to the body into writing or speaking;
how literature, art, creative writing, rhetoric, etc. might translate war;
and transgressions against the nation-state, religion, gender, violence, etc.

UPDATE: [Postcolonial] War & the (Re)Invention of Communications & Communities (11/01/07; 2/29/08-3/1/08) Arizona State

updated: 
Monday, October 22, 2007 - 6:21pm
C. Stamper

War & the (Re)Invention of Communications & Communities (11/01/07;
2/29/08-3/1/08) Arizona State U.

Paper Submission Deadline Extended to Nov. 1, 2007

How does the (re)invention of communications and communities intersect with
issues of war? How can war, totalitarianism, or torture be reconsidered
regarding transmission, translation, and transgression? Examples could
include transmission of information to communities about war via media and
visual images; translation of trauma to the body into writing or speaking;
how literature, art, creative writing, rhetoric, etc. might translate war;
and transgressions against the nation-state, religion, gender, violence, etc.

UPDATE: [Ethnic] War & the (Re)Invention of Communications & Communities (11/01/07; 2/29/08-3/1/08) Arizona State U.

updated: 
Monday, October 22, 2007 - 6:19pm
C. Stamper

War & the (Re)Invention of Communications & Communities (11/01/07;
2/29/08-3/1/08) Arizona State U.

Paper Submission Deadline Extended to Nov. 1, 2007

How does the (re)invention of communications and communities intersect with
issues of war? How can war, totalitarianism, or torture be reconsidered
regarding transmission, translation, and transgression? Examples could
include transmission of information to communities about war via media and
visual images; translation of trauma to the body into writing or speaking;
how literature, art, creative writing, rhetoric, etc. might translate war;
and transgressions against the nation-state, religion, gender, violence, etc.

UPDATE: [General] War & the (Re)Invention of Communications & Communities (11/01/07; 2/29/08-3/1/08) Arizona State U.

updated: 
Monday, October 22, 2007 - 6:18pm
C. Stamper

War & the (Re)Invention of Communications & Communities (11/01/07;
2/29/08-3/1/08) Arizona State U.

Paper Submission Deadline Extended to Nov. 1, 2007

How does the (re)invention of communications and communities intersect with
issues of war? How can war, totalitarianism, or torture be reconsidered
regarding transmission, translation, and transgression? Examples could
include transmission of information to communities about war via media and
visual images; translation of trauma to the body into writing or speaking;
how literature, art, creative writing, rhetoric, etc. might translate war;
and transgressions against the nation-state, religion, gender, violence, etc.

UPDATE: [Gender Studies] War & the (Re)Invention of Communications & Communities (11/01/07; 2/29/08-3/1/08) Arizona Stat

updated: 
Monday, October 22, 2007 - 6:18pm
C. Stamper

War & the (Re)Invention of Communications & Communities (11/01/07;
2/29/08-3/1/08) Arizona State U.

Paper Submission Deadline Extended to Nov. 1, 2007

How does the (re)invention of communications and communities intersect with
issues of war? How can war, totalitarianism, or torture be reconsidered
regarding transmission, translation, and transgression? Examples could
include transmission of information to communities about war via media and
visual images; translation of trauma to the body into writing or speaking;
how literature, art, creative writing, rhetoric, etc. might translate war;
and transgressions against the nation-state, religion, gender, violence, etc.

UPDATE: [Film] War & the (Re)Invention of Communications & Communities (11/01/07; 2/29/08-3/1/08) Arizona State U.

updated: 
Monday, October 22, 2007 - 6:17pm
C. Stamper

War & the (Re)Invention of Communications & Communities (11/01/07;
2/29/08-3/1/08) Arizona State U.

Paper Submission Deadline Extended to Nov. 1, 2007

How does the (re)invention of communications and communities intersect with
issues of war? How can war, totalitarianism, or torture be reconsidered
regarding transmission, translation, and transgression? Examples could
include transmission of information to communities about war via media and
visual images; translation of trauma to the body into writing or speaking;
how literature, art, creative writing, rhetoric, etc. might translate war;
and transgressions against the nation-state, religion, gender, violence, etc.

UPDATE: [Bibliography] War & the (Re)Invention of Communications & Communities (11/01/07; 2/29/08-3/1/08) Arizona State

updated: 
Monday, October 22, 2007 - 6:17pm
C. Stamper

War & the (Re)Invention of Communications & Communities (11/01/07;
2/29/08-3/1/08) Arizona State U.

Paper Submission Deadline Extended to Nov. 1, 2007

How does the (re)invention of communications and communities intersect with
issues of war? How can war, totalitarianism, or torture be reconsidered
regarding transmission, translation, and transgression? Examples could
include transmission of information to communities about war via media and
visual images; translation of trauma to the body into writing or speaking;
how literature, art, creative writing, rhetoric, etc. might translate war;
and transgressions against the nation-state, religion, gender, violence, etc.

UPDATE: [Cultural-Historical] War & the (Re)Invention of Communications & Communities (11/01/07; 2/29/08-3/1/08) Arizona

updated: 
Monday, October 22, 2007 - 6:16pm
C. Stamper

War & the (Re)Invention of Communications & Communities (11/01/07;
2/29/08-3/1/08) Arizona State U.

Paper Submission Deadline Extended to Nov. 1, 2007

How does the (re)invention of communications and communities intersect with
issues of war? How can war, totalitarianism, or torture be reconsidered
regarding transmission, translation, and transgression? Examples could
include transmission of information to communities about war via media and
visual images; translation of trauma to the body into writing or speaking;
how literature, art, creative writing, rhetoric, etc. might translate war;
and transgressions against the nation-state, religion, gender, violence, etc.

CFP: [Theory] War & the (Re)Invention of Communications & Communities (11/01/07; 2/29/08-3/1/08) Arizona State U.

updated: 
Monday, October 22, 2007 - 6:15pm
C. Stamper

War & the (Re)Invention of Communications & Communities (11/01/07;
2/29/08-3/1/08) Arizona State U.

Paper Submission Deadline Extended to Nov. 1, 2007

How does the (re)invention of communications and communities intersect with
issues of war? How can war, totalitarianism, or torture be reconsidered
regarding transmission, translation, and transgression? Examples could
include transmission of information to communities about war via media and
visual images; translation of trauma to the body into writing or speaking;
how literature, art, creative writing, rhetoric, etc. might translate war;
and transgressions against the nation-state, religion, gender, violence, etc.

UPDATE: [African-American] War & the (Re)Invention of Communications & Communities (11/01/07; 2/29/08-3/1/08) Arizona St

updated: 
Monday, October 22, 2007 - 6:14pm
C. Stamper

War & the (Re)Invention of Communications & Communities (11/01/07;
2/29/08-3/1/08) Arizona State U.

Paper Submission Deadline Extended to Nov. 1, 2007

How does the (re)invention of communications and communities intersect with
issues of war? How can war, totalitarianism, or torture be reconsidered
regarding transmission, translation, and transgression? Examples could
include transmission of information to communities about war via media and
visual images; translation of trauma to the body into writing or speaking;
how literature, art, creative writing, rhetoric, etc. might translate war;
and transgressions against the nation-state, religion, gender, violence, etc.

UPDATE: [American] War & the (Re)Invention of Communications & Communities (11/01/07; 2/29/08-3/1/08) Arizona State U.

updated: 
Monday, October 22, 2007 - 6:14pm
C. Stamper

War & the (Re)Invention of Communications & Communities (11/01/07;
2/29/08-3/1/08) Arizona State U.

Paper Submission Deadline Extended to Nov. 1, 2007

How does the (re)invention of communications and communities intersect with
issues of war? How can war, totalitarianism, or torture be reconsidered
regarding transmission, translation, and transgression? Examples could
include transmission of information to communities about war via media and
visual images; translation of trauma to the body into writing or speaking;
how literature, art, creative writing, rhetoric, etc. might translate war;
and transgressions against the nation-state, religion, gender, violence, etc.

UPDATE: [20th] War & the (Re)Invention of Communications & Communities (11/01/07; 2/29/08-3/1/08) Arizona State U.

updated: 
Monday, October 22, 2007 - 6:13pm
C. Stamper

War & the (Re)Invention of Communications & Communities (11/01/07;
2/29/08-3/1/08) Arizona State U.

Paper Submission Deadline Extended to Nov. 1, 2007

How does the (re)invention of communications and communities intersect with
issues of war? How can war, totalitarianism, or torture be reconsidered
regarding transmission, translation, and transgression? Examples could
include transmission of information to communities about war via media and
visual images; translation of trauma to the body into writing or speaking;
how literature, art, creative writing, rhetoric, etc. might translate war;
and transgressions against the nation-state, religion, gender, violence, etc.

CFP: [International] Contemporary science fiction dreams of tomorrows

updated: 
Monday, October 22, 2007 - 4:46pm
Danièle ANDRE

        CONTEMPORARY SCIENCE FICTION DREAMS OF TOMORROWS
Call for papers
July 25-August 3, 2009
        Science fiction may have been the only source of myths that were born with
our century. Indeed, under the guidance of its authors’ powerful
imaginations (whatever their fields), it has offered the broadest panel
of representations of our contemporary world ever. To understand the
reality of the world around us, science fiction has unceasingly put it to
the test by hunting down its possible futures. The genre has sought to
answer age-old questions about the origin of life and its place in the
universe by projecting the questioning on a scale that matched its

UPDATE: [General] Interactions: Literature and Culture

updated: 
Monday, October 22, 2007 - 4:04pm
Sebnem Toplu

"Interactions" is an international journal on British and American
Literature and Culture, published biannually in Fall and Spring by Ege
University Depts. of British and American Studies (Izmir/Turkey). It is
internationally refereed and indexed in MLA InternationalBibliography and
Thomson Gale, featuring essays, film and book reviews (ISSN 1300-574-X).
Articles (4000-7000 words) and reviews (2000-4000 words) should follow
MLA paranthetical citation format. General submission deadlines are July
1 for the Fall Issue and December 1 for the Spring Issue. Submissions
should be sent by email attachments (word doc.) to: Both: Assoc.Prof.Dr.
Sebnem Toplu and Dr. Secil Saracli, Editors.

CFP: [20th] ' Not Stopped Long'- seminar series at the ACLA Conference 2008 -

updated: 
Monday, October 22, 2007 - 7:35am
Richard House

"Not Stopped Long"
(Narratives of Arrival and Occupancy)

Seminar series for the ACLA Conference at Long Beach, April 24-27, 2008
Seminar leader: R. House

This seminar invites papers which consider narratives from all fields
(including: film, journalism, blogs, podcasts, novels, etc.) of occupation
from three perspectives:

The recent arrival, the immigrant, refugee, or asylum-seeker encountering
a host country,

The returning émigré, measuring past experience with present experience,
and,

The soldier, expeditionary force, external observer or occupier arriving
'at post'.

CFP: [Cultural-Historical] ' Not Stopped Long'- seminar series at the ACLA Conference 2008 -

updated: 
Monday, October 22, 2007 - 7:34am
Richard House

"Not Stopped Long"
(Narratives of Arrival and Occupancy)

Seminar series for the ACLA Conference at Long Beach, April 24-27, 2008
Seminar leader: R. House

This seminar invites papers which consider narratives from all fields
(including: film, journalism, blogs, podcasts, novels, etc.) of occupation
from three perspectives:

The recent arrival, the immigrant, refugee, or asylum-seeker encountering
a host country,

The returning émigré, measuring past experience with present experience,
and,

The soldier, expeditionary force, external observer or occupier arriving
'at post'.

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