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CFP: Undergraduate Literary e-Journal (undergrad) (3/27/04; e-journal)

updated: 
Tuesday, February 3, 2004 - 4:09am
Lydia Kualapai

 *PLEASE DISTRIBUTE WIDELY*=20
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Schreiner University is now accepting submissions for the Second Issue =
of ILLUMINATIONS: AN UNDERGRADUATE LITERARY E-JOURNAL. =20
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Illuminations, a peer-reviewed international literary e-journal, offers =
undergraduate students an opportunity to publish works both critical and =
creative. Submissions will be refereed by a panel of three undergraduate =
students. =20
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Submission Deadline: March 27, 2004
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Submission Categories: =20
=B7 Scholarly Critical Articles
=B7 Creative Non-Fiction=20
=B7 Book and Movie Reviews=20
=B7 Short Fiction=20
=B7 Poetry =20
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CFP: Philament: "Untitled" (grad) (4/16/04; e-journal issue)

updated: 
Thursday, January 29, 2004 - 4:02am
philament_at_arts.usyd.edu.au

CALL FOR PAPERS

Philament, an international online peer-reviewed journal of postgraduate
scholarship in the fields of cultural studies and the literary arts, now
invites contributors for its fourth edition, UNTITLED. After two consecutive
topic issues, UNTITLED is to be a break from theme, and yet a theme in itself.
Contributors are invited to put forward submissions that are of any nature and
on any subject, however we also hope to encourage the exploration of UNTITLED
as its own specific concept.

CFP: Multiple Literatures in America: Hybrid, Homogeneous, or Hegemonic? (grad) (1/9/04; e-journal issue)

updated: 
Sunday, December 7, 2003 - 6:18am
Julianne Newmark

UPDATE
***Call for Papers***
Issue 3.2: Multiple Literatures in America: Hybrid, Homogeneous, or
Hegemonic?

The third open issue of Xchanges, an electronic journal focusing on
interdisciplinary exchange between all areas of the humanities, will
appear in March 2004. Xchanges is a component of the Y/X Project of the
American Studies Program at Wayne State University and is made possible
by the Rushton Endowment. Xchanges solicits work from scholars on the
graduate level and is also eager to include exceptional papers by
upper-level undergraduate students. The editor of the journal is
Julianne Newmark and the technical editor and webmaster is Joy Burnett.

CFP: Critical Sense: Political or Cultural Theory: Open Call (grad) (1/15/04; journal)

updated: 
Sunday, December 7, 2003 - 6:16am
Padma Rangarajan

seeking innovative scholarship by graduate students
http://criticalsense.berkeley.edu

deadline: 15 January 2004
Critical Sense brings a high level of theoretical sophistication to
interdisciplinary and cross-cultural dialogue. It publishes innovative and
serious scholarship by graduate students and helps nurture a new generation of
scholars doing cutting-edge work in the humanities and social sciences.

—Lydia H. Liu, Professor of Comparative Literature & Helmut F. Stern Professor
of Chinese Studies, University of Michigan

CFP: Technology & Society (grad) (1/16/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Tuesday, December 2, 2003 - 4:23am
Kamal Fox

Call for Papers

"Special Issue on Technology and Society"

Deadline: January 16, 2004

GR, an interdisciplinary journal for graduate student researchers, is
now soliciting original critical essays for the 2004 "Special Issue on
Technology and Society."

Topics for this special issue include, but are not limited to:

CFP: Psychoanalysis and Violence (2/14/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Sunday, November 16, 2003 - 12:46am
aphukan_at_rci.rutgers.edu

Please post. Thank you.

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 EXIT 9: CALL FOR PAPERS

Exit 9: Call for Papers AND Artwork

"Reading Scars"

Exit 9 currently is accepting manuscripts and artwork for its next
issue, slated for publication in Summer 2004. The upcoming issue will
focus on themes concerning psychoanalysis and violence across
cultures/traditions, historic periods/eras, racial/ethnic lines, and
gender/sexual orientations. Topics may focus on, but are not limited
to, the following:

CFP: General Papers and Papers on the Status of the PhD (grad) (1/15/04; e-journal issue)

updated: 
Sunday, November 16, 2003 - 12:43am
Anita O'Connell

                          The University of Durham’s Online Journal

                                  POSTGRADUATE ENGLISH:
       A Journal and Forum for Postgraduates in English in the UK and Europe

Invites postgraduates studying in the UK and Europe to submit papers of not
more than 7000 words on a topic of YOUR CHOICE in the broad range of English
Studies for issue 9 (March 2004) of our refereed online journal. Papers
must conform to the MLA guidelines for presentation and be received no later
than

                                        JANUARY 15, 2004.

CFP: ecloga: All Topics (grad) (3/31/04; e-journal issue)

updated: 
Sunday, November 16, 2003 - 12:24am
Stephen Jones

Announcing the third issue of ecloga, the online working papers of the =
Department of English Studies at the University of Strathclyde.

http://www.strath.ac.uk/ecloga/
For the next issue of ecloga we are interested in receiving papers on =
any topic from the broad field of English Studies. Our aim in not =
providing a title or theme is to encourage a range of papers that =
reflect current research interests amongst postgraduates.=20

CFP: The Writer on Writing, The Artist on Art (grad) (3/8/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Sunday, November 9, 2003 - 2:35am
Equinoxes_at_brown.edu

Call For Proposals
Topic: “The Writer on Writing, The Artist on Art”

The Department of French Studies at Brown University announces the topic
of its Spring/Summer 2004 issue of Equinoxes: A Graduate Journal of French
and Francophone Studies

We invite graduate students to submit papers relevant to the theme of the
writer on writing, or the artist on art, as it pertains to literary and
artistic creation. While keeping the topic as broad as possible, we hope
to focus on the complex relationships between the artist-creator and her
or his work. We welcome submissions that treat French and Francophone
works, as well as broader cultural or theoretical issues, from the Middle
Ages to the present.

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