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CFP: Eighteenth-Century Music (new journal)

Sunday, January 19, 2003 - 6:15pm

Cambridge University Press is pleased to announce a new journal,
Eighteenth-Century Music, edited by Cliff Eisen (King's College London) and
W. Dean Sutcliffe (St Catharine's College, Cambridge). The reviews editor is
Simon Keefe (Queen's University, Belfast). The editorial board and advisory
panel for the journal will be found below.

CFP: Mary Manley (5/1/03; collection)

Monday, October 28, 2002 - 5:15pm
joni goddard

Call for Contributors for a forthcoming text entitled:
‘Scandalosissima Scoundrelia:’ A Collection of Critical Essays on Mary de la
Riviere Manley

Edited by Joni Goddard, Mills College, Oakland CA

CFP: Thomas Traherne (no deadline noted; collection)

Saturday, October 5, 2002 - 2:59pm

I would like to invite submissions to a collection of new essays on the
seventeenth-century writer, Thomas Traherne. 2003 will mark the 100 year
anniversary of Dobell's first edition of Traherne's poetry, so the timing is
right for such a collection. The general theme is "new approaches to
Traherne," and that can be interpreted broadly. All scholarly ranks are
encouraged to submit. Major university presses have already expressed
initial interest in the project. Begin by sending a detailed
prospectus/abstract and a brief C.V. to:

Jacob Blevins
Department of Languages
McNeese State University
Lake Charles LA 70609-2655

Questions can be emailed to

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

Thursday, April 11, 2002 - 12:22pm

Could you please update the contact information for this ongoing call for
contributors? Correct contact info is as follows:

Dr. Solveig C. Robinson
RSVP Bibliographer
Asst. Professor of English and Publishing & Printing Arts
Pacific Lutheran University
Tacoma, WA 98447
tel: 253-535-7241

Thanks very much. Solveig

Solveig C. Robinson
Dept. of English
Pacific Lutheran University

CFP: Restoration: Studies in English Literary Culture, 1660-1700 (journal)

Wednesday, August 29, 2001 - 4:27pm
J D Canfield

The editorship of _Restoration: Studies in English Literary Culture,
1660-1700_ is passing from the capable hands of Jack Armistead
at Tennessee Tech to J. Douglas Canfield at the University of Arizona
beginning with vol. 26, no. 1 (Spring 2002).

CFP: Form and Persuasion in Women's Informal Letters, 1400-1700 (no deadline noted; collection)

Monday, June 18, 2001 - 10:41pm


for "Form and Persuasion in Women's Informal Letters, 1400-1700," a
collection of essays to be published as a book.

Essays are sought on women's letters from any part of Europe EXCEPT
England, France and Italy, which are already well represented. Essays
on Spain, Germany and Central Europe are particularly needed. Essays on
letters by French or English women may be considered if they come from
mercantile, artisan, or other non-elite backgrounds.

CFP: Contemporary Editions of Works by or for Early Modern Englishwomen (no deadline noted; book series)

Monday, February 5, 2001 - 9:32pm
Erika Gaffney

With apologies for cross posting --

Announcing a new series from Ashgate-

The Early Modern Englishwoman, 1500-1750: Contemporary Editions

Series Editors: Betty S. Travitsky and Patrick Cullen

Designed to complement The Early Modern Englishwoman: A Facsimile
Library of Essential Works, this series presents both modernized and
old-spelling editions of texts not only by women but also for and about
women. The contents of a volume can range from a single text to an
anthology, and editorial methodology is also flexible, the choice
depending on the subject and audience.

Proposals should take the form of either

CFP: Augustan Studies, 1700-1800 (new journal)

Tuesday, December 19, 2000 - 11:22pm


'Augustan Studies, 1700-1800', a new annual refereed journal is seeking
articles and notes for 1st first volume to be published late in 2002. The
editors are seeking contributions that deal with the literature of the 1740s.
Contributions on all genres are welcome in as far as they relate to this
decade. The editors take particular interest in the lyric poets of the period
(Collins, Akenside, the Wartons, etc.). Original findings could be
concentrated in a note. The journal attempts to publish as many notes as
possible since these might provide the basis for further critical reflection.