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CFP: Xavier Review (no deadline; journal)

Wednesday, January 19, 2000 - 12:12am
Richard Collins


The XAVIER REVIEW (established in its present form in 1980) is
undergoing a process of self-reflection and refurbishment in keeping
with the spirit of the new millennium. Our sense is that, in addition
to publishing high quality works on any topic, we still have interests
in creative and critical works on Southern literature, literature and
religion, Latin-Caribbean literature, and African-American literature,
areas which reflect some of the Xavier library's collections.

CFP: South(ern) Africa and Postcolonial (journal)

Thursday, January 13, 2000 - 11:27pm
L De Kock

scrutiny2 is a scholarly journal, based in english studies, which is
seeking quality submissions from scholars in international contexts.
Submissions which touch on South(ern) Africa, whether directly, obliquely,
or by implication, and whose theoretical concerns are of interest to a
postcolonial context generally, are invited. scrutiny2 is indexed by the
MLA, among others, and is a peer-review journal.

Recent issues and their contents can be viewed online at

Queries to the Editor, Leon de Kock, at

CFP: Inclusive Pedagogy and Curriculum Transformation (journal)

Thursday, December 16, 1999 - 7:58pm
Juda Bennett

TRANSFORMATIONS: A Resource for Curriculum Transformation and
Scholarship, the New Jersey Project's national journal, is pleased to
announce the appointment of Elizabeth Paul and Juda Bennett as Editors
of the journal beginning with the Fall, 2000 issue.


CFP: Irish Studies (no deadline; book series)

Tuesday, January 12, 1999 - 6:45am
Eugene O'Brien

Eugene O'Brien,
University of Limerick.

CALL FOR BOOK PROPOSALS: *Ireland in Theory*: Irish Studies Series

This series of book-length studies, to be published by the Edwin Mellen
Press, is a new venture in the area of Irish Studies. Its thematic
approach will be interdisciplinary so that the developments in literary
and cultural theory can be brought to bear on issues concerned
with Irishness.

*Ireland in Theory* will imbricate the theoretical developments of the last
fifty years with a questioning of the epistemological status of Irish
writing, Irish culture and Irish identity, and their interaction.

CFP: Los Angeles and Marginalization (collection)

Saturday, September 12, 1998 - 4:25pm

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    _L.A. Times: Third Worlds and Peripheral Zones_ [is] "...
    where the blazing, hot sun meets the arid desert ... where
    the East meets the West, and all codes of ethnicity,
    religion, color, territory are scrambled ... third worlds
    and peripheral zones."
                                         ---Sebastian Melmoth