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CFP: Humanities in the South (journal)

updated: 
Friday, October 13, 2000 - 3:02pm
Alan Jackson

Humanities in the South, a nonfiction journal, seeks essays on the
full-range of Humanities. Though the title implies a Southern flavor,
the journal welcomes essays on all disciplines and all cultures. In
recent years, we have published essays on film, art, culture, religion,
philosophy, history, and literature. Humanities in the South is
distributed to nearly 200 writers and scholars, plus over 25 libraries,
including Yale, Harvard, Princeton, UNC, Vanderbilt, and Rice.

Deadlines for the 2001 issues are: December 1 for Spring and May 1 for
Fall. To submit, please send the essay to:

CFP: The Mickle Street Review: Whitman Studies/American Studies (journal)

updated: 
Tuesday, August 8, 2000 - 8:13pm
Lhhtbh_at_aol.com

The Mickle Street Review
Call For Papers

Named for the street in Camden, New Jersey, on which Whitman lived at the end
of his life, The Mickle Street Review is an on-line journal published by the
Rutgers University-Camden English department in cooperation with the Walt
Whitman Program in American Studies at Rutgers University-Camden and the Walt
Whitman House and Visitor Center.

CFP: Experimental Fiction by American Women (no deadline noted; collection)

updated: 
Monday, February 28, 2000 - 5:46pm
Jeffrey DeShell

CALL FOR PAPERS
(Un)Sexing the Text: Experimental Fiction by American Women.
We are putting together a collection of essays on experimental fiction by
American Women, and need an essay on Rikki Ducornet and an essay on Kathy
Acker to complete the volume. A university press has expressed interest in
this project. Please email completed essays and vitae, or letters of
interest to:
jdeshel_at_ibm.com <mailto:jdeshel_at_ibm.com> or
elisasheffield_at_hotmail.com <mailto:elisasheffield_at_hotmail.com>

Jeffrey DeShell
Fulbright Lecturer
American Studies Department
Eötvös Loránd University
Budapest, H-1146
Hungary
+36-1-343-8760

CFP: Cormac McCarthy Journal Online (no deadline; e-journal)

updated: 
Friday, January 28, 2000 - 8:55pm
John Wegner

The Cormac McCarthy Journal Online invites scholarly submissions in current
MLA style on any aspect of Cormac McCarthy's works. Reviews, Notes up to
500 words, and articles up to 5,000 words are welcome.

The Journal is a peer reviewed scholarly journal and a Member of the
Council of Editors of Learned Journals.

Submit cover letter (with email address), three printed copies, and an SASE
for return of ms.

For submissions and inquiries contact

Dr. John Wegner, Editor
Department of English
Angelo State University
P.O. Box 10894, ASU Station
San Angelo, TX 76909

<John.Wegner_at_angelo.edu>
Regards,

CFP: Studies in American Humor (rolling deadline; journal)

updated: 
Monday, January 24, 2000 - 6:58pm
Professor Karen Kilcup

Founded in 1974, Studies in American Humor (ISSN 0095-280X) publishes
essays, review essays, and book reviews on all aspects of American humor.
Submissions of essay manuscripts of between 5000 and 8000 words are
welcome. The journal also invites individuals to send books for review;
books and essays for our feature, “The Year’s Work in American Humor
 Studies”; and primary texts with short analytical essays (such as those
found in the 1999 special issue) for “The Recovery Room.” Contributors
interested in submitting manuscripts should review the 1999 issue or contact
the editor if they have questions.

CFP: Cormac McCarthy (no deadline; e-journal)

updated: 
Thursday, June 3, 1999 - 2:21am
John Wegner

Call for Submissions:

The Cormac McCarthy Journal Online is a peer reviewed on-line journal,
modified or updated as events warrant. The Journal Online welcomes
article-length manuscripts (not to exceed 25 typewritten double-spaced
pages) or notes (not to exceed 500 words in length) on themes and issues
pertinent to the writings and literary environment of Cormac McCarthy.
Submissions must adhere to accepted rules of scholarship and be in current
MLA format. Please submit the article on one 3-1/2" high density floppy
disk (WordPerfect or .txt file preferred) plus three hard copies. Include
both an SASE and a stamped, addressed return postcard to confirm receipt of
your submission.

CFP: Victorian Periodicals, 1800-1914 (no deadline; journal)

updated: 
Thursday, May 6, 1999 - 5:44pm
Dr. Solveig C. Robinson

Contributors are needed for the RSVP Bibliography, which is published
biennially in Victorian Periodicals Review (VPR). Contributors monitor
assigned journals for articles dealing with periodicals published between
1800-1914 and submit annotated index entries for inclusion in the next
Bibliography. Contributors are acknowledged in VPR.

We currently have a large number of unassigned journals, and we thus need
many new contributors, especially ones with access to Canadian and Scottish
periodicals.

UPDATE: American Victorian Women Writers (Web Page and E-journal)

updated: 
Tuesday, February 23, 1999 - 3:41am
Kim & Andrew Wells

Announcing an updated call for papers to the Award Winning Website
E-Journal:
"Domestic Goddesses: AKA Scribbling Women." The URL for the site is
http://lonestar.texas.net/~kwells/dg1.htm check it out before you submit.
(Or even if you don't submit-- constructive comments welcome!)

I am looking for papers, from 3-40 pages, discussing any aspect of the
literature and/or lives of:

Louisa May Alcott, Kate Chopin, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Willa Cather,
Sarah Orne Jewett, Edith Wharton, Charlotte Perkins Gilman and, soon to be
added: Susan Warner.
Particularly useful are guides to research (see the Gilman guide for
examples)

CFP: American Popular Culture (no deadline; book series)

updated: 
Friday, February 12, 1999 - 2:43am
RollinsPC_at_aol.com

A CALL FOR AUTHORS:

AMERICAN CULTURE THOUGH HISTORY is a series of
books edited by Ray B. Browne and Larry Kreiser for The
Greenwood Press. The Editors hereby solicit suggested book
topics for the 16-book series. Authors will have 15 to 24 months
to complete their manuscripts.

The stated mission of the series is to provide an overview of American
popular culture through the eras and decades of our history so that teachers
and student will be able to observe trends in the many areas
listed below and to learn how each evolved into the popular culture
or our time.

Topics are by period:

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