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CFP: Aging, Ageism, and Old Age (1/15/05; journal issue)

updated: 
Friday, April 23, 2004 - 3:09am
Leni Marshall

CFP: National Women's Studies Association Journal (NWSA Journal)

Special Issue on Aging, Ageism, and Old Age, Spring 2006

Feminist theorists of old age, such as Baba Copper, Barbara Macdonald,
Cynthia Rich, and Margaret Cruikshank have charged that women's studies and
the feminist movement have, in large part, ignored the issue of aging. In a
field in which so many other aspects of body-based identity are recognized,
debated, de- and re-constructed, and challenged, the subject of old age
remains relatively unexamined and untheorized - nearly taboo.

CFP: Dress and Fashion in Literature (6/1/04; collection)

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Wednesday, April 14, 2004 - 1:26am
Cynthia G Kuhn

**CALL FOR PAPERS: DRESS AND FASHION IN LITERATURE**

We are currently accepting proposals for a proposed collection of
essays on dress/fashion in literature. We are interested in material
on a variety of periods and genres. Issues under consideration
include, but are not limited to, the following:

CFP: Nebula: Generalist/All Topics (5/15/04; online publication)

updated: 
Tuesday, April 13, 2004 - 1:36am
nebula_at_nobleworld.biz

-Nebula is an international, unique, first-class
publication. The project of Nebula is to provide an
interface between specialist and highly sophisticated ideas
and their articulation into a comprehensible medium of
layman’s terms. Unlike many academic publications, Nebula
is not limited to a specific school, faculty, or subject.
On the contrary we encourage diversity and multiplicity of
themes and topics presented in our issues. Nebula aims to
provide news and information about cutting edge research
(whether in Physics, History, Cultural Studies or
Microbiology etc.) in terms that anyone is able to
understand. We are also interested in providing an

CFP: Philological Quarterly (journal)

updated: 
Thursday, April 8, 2004 - 11:08pm
Philological Quarterly

Philological Quarterly would like to receive more submissions. We can
consider articles on all literary periods and and we interpret the
term "literary" rather broadly. Articles in MSWord format may be sent
to us at philquar_at_blue.weeg.uiowa.edu by attached file. We try to
decide on acceptance within two months.

CFP: MTV and Philosophy (5/30/04; collection)

updated: 
Thursday, April 8, 2004 - 11:08pm
Epiphanie Bloom

Do the philosophical implications of MTV really get you going?

If so, you are invited to submit an abstract for a collection of essays on
'MTV and Philosophy'. I seek to obtain the permission of Open Court Books in
publishing the result as part of their trendy Popular Culture and Philosophy
series. The series has spawned six successful volumes since its 2001 debut
with 'Seinfeld and Philosophy', including the best-selling 'The Matrix and
Philosophy', and is noted for revitalising philosophical narratives through
its celebration of pop culture as worthy of in-depth analysis.

CFP: Social Semiotics (journal)

updated: 
Friday, April 2, 2004 - 2:25am
Terry Threadgold

GENERAL CALL FOR PAPERS

Social Semiotics is a refereed journal and has been published continuously for
14 years. The journal invites work that explores relationships between Culture,
Meanings and Practices in a broad range of contexts. We invite contributions
from anyone who feels at home in the transdisciplinary conjunction which the
journal represents. We would be interested in papers which deal especially (but
not exclusively) with the following topics:

- asylum seekers
- cultural geography
- space and identity
- risk and communication
- surveillance

Papers should be 5-7 000 words in length and referenced in the Chicago Style.

CFP: Wizards in Western Culture (9/15/04; collection)

updated: 
Friday, April 2, 2004 - 2:25am
Michael Torregrossa

>> Call for Contributors <<

MASTERS OF MAGIC: ESSAYS ON WIZARDS IN WESTERN CULTURE
Deadline for Proposals: September 15, 2004

In J. R. R. Tolkien's THE LORD OF THE RINGS, the Hobbits are warned, "Do not
meddle in the affairs of wizards"; yet, few readers today, in a time when
the wizard features so prominently in both popular culture and scholarship,
would choose to follow this admonition. Accepting this as a given, proposals
are now being accepted for an essay collection co-edited by Charlotte A. T.
Wulf and Michael A. Torregrossa and investigating the figure of the wizard
in Western culture.

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