Academic Exchange Quarterly: Call for Manuscripts
Call for Papers; "Religion in American Literature"
AMERICAN@ is accepting paper submissions for its Winter issue of 2003
New submission deadline: December 15.
The Winter 2003 issue will have a special focus on the influence of =
Religion and the representation of religious practices on both American =
literature and culture. Contributions may focus on one of the main =
Contributors are needed to write short essays on topics related to Native American Literature. :
The essays are for a volume entitled The Encyclopedia of Native American Literature, to be published by Facts on File, Inc.
Information about the submissions as well as the complete list of entries may be found at
If you are interested in writing for this book, then please send a message to jamcclin_at_kings.edu including which entries you are interested in writing and a brief c.v.
Assistant Professor of English
Wilkes-Barre, PA 18711
Country Music Lyricists and the American Literary Canon
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: 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.
Call for Contributors
Contributors wanted to write entries for a new volume of
the Dictionary of Literary Biography: Early American Nature Writers:
As the editor for this series, I am calling for contributors
for the following names:
CFP: Xchanges (on-line journal)
From: Julianne Newmark, Editor (j.newmark_at_wayne.edu)
Date: 17 October 2003
Submission Due Date: December 1, 2003
***Call for Papers***
Issue 3.2: =93Multiple Literatures in America: Hybrid, Homogeneous, or=20=
I am proposing an edited collection on the issue of intellectual work and
certification in American fiction 1865-1910. Many realist writers of the
late nineteenth and early twentieth century were preoccupied with the value
of intellectual work, especially the profession of writing. This
preoccupation could be due to university reform which emphasized a more
practical education as opposed to the pre-Civil War moral education.
Essays in the collection should focus on the way "the culture of
professionalism" functions in the novels of the period.
Due to delays in submissions, and so as not to compromise the
geographical diversity of essays we are aiming for, the deadline for
article submissions to the volume Faulkner in the World has been
extended until 31st January 2004.
Faulkner In The World
Scholars from Europe, Asia, South America, Africa and Oceania are
invited to submit their proposals for a compilation of international
essays on the reception of William Faulkner’s fiction in specific
national, political and historical contexts, to be published
internationally in 2004.