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CFP: The Male as a Source of Gothic Horror (6/20/06; collection)

Saturday, May 20, 2006 - 2:08pm
Ruth Anolik

For a collection on the fear of sexual difference/otherness in the
Gothic, under contract. The essay should consider moments in which
Gothic horror is generated by a frightening male figure, rather than by
the supernatural. Essays that consider non-canonical texts are welcome.

Please submit 500 word abstract by June 20 to:

CFP: Gender Studies (11/15/06; SW/TX PC/ACA, 2/14/07-2/17/07)

Saturday, May 20, 2006 - 2:08pm
gypsey elaine teague

Dear Scholars and writers;

It's time again to plan for your jaunt to beautiful Albuquerque in
February to attend the SW/Texas Regional of the Popular Culture / American
Culture Association Conference. Held at a downtown hotel only minutes
from the heart of the city and a 4 minute bus ride to the Historic part of
Albq, the conference is a must have on your schedule.

UPDATE: The "F" Word: The Next Season (grad) (6/12/06; Women and Theatre, 8/1/06-8/2/06)

Monday, May 15, 2006 - 5:20pm
Jen-Scott Mobley

Deadline extended:

Graduate Student Working Group- The "F" Word: The Next Season

Call for Participants

2006 Women and Theatre Conference August 1-2, Chicago (Directly preceding
the ATHE Conference)

Deadline for Submission June 12th


The mission of this working group is to create a student-driven roundtable
as part of an effort to engage more grad students in the conversation
surrounding feminism, as well as to establish a stronger network, and an
ongoing discussion amongst graduate scholars in WTP related fields
surrounding the following questions:


CFP: Nineteenth-Century Literary Masculinities (1/31/07; journal issue)

Monday, May 15, 2006 - 4:35pm
Simon Avery

Call for Papers

Critical Survey: Special Edition on 'Nineteenth-Century Literary Masculinities'

Submissions are required for a special edition of the journal Critical
Survey on 'Nineteenth-Century Literary Masculinities' to be published
Winter 2007. Contributors many consider any aspect of nineteenth-century
masculinity as it is represented in literary works, including:

Romantic Masculinities
The Byronic hero
Masculinity and industrialisation
The gentleman figure
The dandy figure
Masculinity and war
Masculinity and imperialism
Masculinity and class

CFP: GLBTQ in Popular Culture (6/15/06; MAPACA, 10/27/06-10/29/06)

Monday, May 15, 2006 - 4:34pm

The Gay Lesbian Transgender and Queer area of the Mid Atlantic
American/Popular Culture Conference (Baltimore MD, October 27-29, 2006)
welcomes proposals on the representations of lesbian, gay, bisexual,
transgender, transsexual, and transvestite communities in popular culture.
 We encourage discussion of such issues in any medium of popular culture,
such as TV, movies, Internet and computer games, journalism, billboards
and advertising, comics and graphic novels, stand up comedy, novels,
nonfiction literature, music, theatre or politics and punditry.
Some topics such abstracts might explore include the following:
self-discovery, life phases, cross-group alliances, and family in LGBTQ

CFP: Cixous, Theatre, Death (5/10/06; journal issue)

Monday, May 1, 2006 - 12:46pm


Managing Director: Jon Collier
Editor: James Fox

Special Issue: "We Need a Dead (Wo)man to Begin" --Helene Cixous
Please submit by 10 May 2006
To: _Stonewriters_at_aol.com_ (
James Fox, Editor
The Stonewriters' Memorial
SUNY Albany
E-32022 Capital Hill
Empire Commons-7883
Albany, NY 12222
Submission Guidelines:

Photography, artwork, and photos of plastic art should be submitted in two
formats: an 8 x 10 B&W glossy or a professional quality photocopy, and a CD.
For written work, please submit no more than: